Red Clover for Skin Conditions plus

Red Clover for Skin Conditions plus

Red clover: Botanical name: Trifolium pratense. Red clover has been used in connection with cough, eczema, and menopause. Traditional Chinese Medicine and Western folk medicine used this plant as a...

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Horse Chestnut – Edema, Varicose Veins

Horse Chestnut – Edema, Varicose Veins

Does Horse Chestnut help with Edema or Varicose Veins? A clinical study compared Horse Chestnut extract to compression stockings and placebo for varicose veins. Both the herbal medicine and the...

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Yellow Dock – Rich Source of Iron

Yellow Dock – Rich Source of Iron

Why Yellow Dock? It does a body good! Yellow dock is a rich resource of iron, and even helps you absorb more iron from other sources. Combining with other iron-rich herbs, such as burdock,...

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Dandelion – Blood Purifier

Dandelion – Blood Purifier

Dandelion? Yep... the weed! Dandelion is closely related to chicory. And yes... It is a common plant worldwide and the bane of those looking for the perfect lawn. The plant grows to a height of...

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Dong Quai – The female ginseng

Dong Quai – The female ginseng

Dong Quai : (Angelica sinensis or Chinese angelica) What are the benefits? Traditional Use: Dong quai is believed to have a balancing or adaptogenic effect on the female hormonal system. Contrary to...

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Psyllium – Fiber, Laxative

Psyllium – Fiber, Laxative

Psyllium is a bulk laxative. The powdered seeds are taken with ample water, and once in the intestine they swell. This "bulk" encourages defecation, and the mucilage tends to soften the stool and...

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Witch Hazel

Witch Hazel

Witch hazel is a popular home remedy for cuts, bruises, hemorrhoids and sore muscles. More than a million gallons of witch hazel water are sold each year in the United States, making it one of the...

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Eyebright for Eye Inflamations

Eyebright for Eye Inflamations

Historical or traditional use of Eyebright: Eyebright was and continues to be used primarily as a poultice for the topical treatment of eye inflammations, including blepharitis, conjunctivitis, and...

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Lavender

Lavender

Lavender: In the Middle Ages, lavender was considered the herb of love. The name, Lavender, was derived from the Latin verb "to wash" and both the Romans and Greeks scented their soaps and bathwater...

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Gotu Kola – Nervous Disorders, HBP

Gotu Kola – Nervous Disorders, HBP

Gotu Kola Uses include: Gotu kola is traditionally used for high blood pressure and to treat nervous disorders. Chinese research suggests that it slows heart rate as well as lowers blood pressure....

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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 – Immunity, Energy, Brain

Ginseng – Immunity, Energy, Brain

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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