Schisandra Chinensis

Schisandra Chinensis

Schisandra Chinensis: Also Known As: Magnolia Vine, Wu Wei Zi, O Mi Cha. In China, in the days of the Dynasties, these berries were highly valued for their ability to preserve a youthful appearance....

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Asparagus Root

Asparagus Root

Asparagus Root is used to treat a variety of ailments Such ailments include heartburn, stomachache, diarrhea, and constipation. Asparagus root is also used as a diuretic and to treat urinary tract...

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Guaraná

Guaraná

Guaraná is well-known for its ability to alleviate exhaustion, increase energy, and improve learning and memory. It's also connected to improved heart health, weight loss, pain alleviation, clearer...

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Ginseng

Ginseng

Ginseng : The root that promises wisdom and long life, not to mention its reputation as an aphrodisiac. Used for more than two millennia in China. Originally it was recommended for "repairing the...

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Fenugreek

Fenugreek

Fenugreek - From ancient times through the late 19th century, it played a major role in herbal healing but its use fell aside until recently. Modern scientific research has found that it can help...

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Bilberry

Bilberry

Bilberry: For centuries Bilberry / Huckleberry has been used as a circulatory enhancer and diabetic aid. One of the most beneficial aspects to Bilberry's circulatory effects is the fact that the...

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Agrimony Herb

Agrimony Herb

Agrimony - (Vaccinium myrtillus)  aka: Bilberry, Huckleberry, Whortleberry, to name a few. Its Greek name, Argemone, meaning "that which heals the eye" The herb was used by the Kashaya Pomo in...

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Cleavers

Cleavers

Cleavers (aka Clivers) is a versatile and valuable plant. It is one of the most powerful restorative herbs for the lymphatic system, cleavers is beneficial in treating swollen glands, tonsillitis...

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Arnica

Arnica

An arnica ointment or salve relieves the pain and reduces inflammation of sprains and bruises. A tincture is used to treat wounds. Studies have found it contains helenalin and dihydrohelenalin which...

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Borage

Borage

In days of old, borage was sometimes added to a drink and given to prospective husbands to give them the courage to propose marriage and it's reputation for invoking courage goes back a long way. It...

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Damiana

Damiana

Damiana (Turnera diffusa) has been hailed as an aphrodisiac since ancient times. Other folk uses include asthma, bronchitis, neurosis, and various sexual disorders. It has also been promoted as a...

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Chamomile

Chamomile

Chamomile has small, white daisylike flowers with a yellow center. The flower is the part of the herb that is used. Two different plants carry the common name. One of them, M. chamomilla, is...

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Astragalus

Astragalus

Astragalus : A Chinese immune system booster is purported to heal burns and abscesses, offset adverse effects of cancer therapy, and protect the heart against viral damage. It is considered an...

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Evening Primrose

Evening Primrose

Evening Primrose Oil: Recently a pharmaceutical firm in Canada invested a $80 million in research with incredible findings regarding the use of Evening Primrose Oil as a Natural Menopause and PMS...

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Kava Kava

Kava Kava

Kava Kava : An anti-anxiety herb, stress reliever, muscle relaxer. A robust and attractive perennial shrub with smooth, heart-shaped green leaves, kava is a member of the Piperaceae (pepper) family....

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