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Schisandra Berry

Used in different combinations for thousands of years in Chinese medicine as an herb capable of promoting general well-being and enhancing vitality. Contemporary research has focused on Schisandra's very strong anti-oxidant characteristics.

Siberian Ginseng

Ginseng has been found to be helpful in both physical and mental stress control. Ginseng is also known as a tonic that supports healthy energy production in the body. Many people use ginseng to support normal memory and concentration. However, the most common reasons people use ginseng is for increased energy and stamina, improved mental alertness and overall health. Siberian ginseng is also being studied as an natural way to support the immune system.

Astragalus Root

Considered one of the superior botanicals. Many experts consider it superior even to ginseng in various aspects.

German Chamomile

Used widely for calming purposes and to promote healthy sleep. Chamomile tea is brewed to calm the stomach and support healthy digestion.

Reishi Mushroom

Reishi mushroom has been used for many years as a natural way to support a healthy immune system. High in antioxidants, it is also useful for supporting the joints. Reishi mushroom is also used by many athletes as an overall tonic for good health and performance enhancer.

Dandelion

Traditionally used to support healthy digestive function, stomach function and as an overall tonic. This slightly bitter herb has also show promise in helping the joints of the body function optimally.

Licorice Root

Chinese healers have used licorice for many uses as it exhibits very strong antioxidant characteristics. Licorice helps support a healthy immune system, digestive system and is know as an overall tonic. Externally, licorice can be used to treat various skin problems.

Juniper Berries

Native to Eastern Europe, some specimens of Juniper are over 1000 years old. The resinous aromatic berry-cones were highly valued by early Europeans who believed the evergreen Juniper to represent lifepower. Used in the preparation of the classic flavoring ingredient.It also has been used to treat the number of various skin conditions as well as urinary tract infections, kidney disease, cancer, indigestion, gout and warts.

Chinese Rose Hips

Used to maintain urinary health and to support healthy immunity throughout the year. A natural way to assist the cleansing processes of the body.

Alfalfa

Rich in vitamins, minerals, flavonoids, amino acids, and protein. Used traditionally to support energy in the body and to maintain a healthy appetite. And proper digestion. Alfalfa assists the natural cleansing processes of the body and assists the functioning of a healthy liver.

Pipsissewa

Used by North Americans to support healthy functioning of the urinary tract. Also know to help maintain healthy kidneys and bladder. Pipsissewa is also helpful in maintaining healthy, vibrant skin.

Chicory

Used as a natural way to support a healthy digestive system as well as being considered a tonic. Externally, chicory has been used for inflammations.

Passion Flower

Passion flower is known to be �nature�s best natural tranquilizer�. As a result it has the ability to support healthy sleep patterns especially in cases where the individual may experience nervousness; muscle tension and other types of anxiety.

Bee Pollen

Traditionally, most noted for its ability to support energy in the body as well as maintain a healthy immune system. Athletes often use bee pollen to enhance stamina, endurance, speed and to strengthen the body. It can provide essential nutrients for the brain allowing the individual to work long and concentrate effectively. Bee pollen has the ability to replace vitamins that have been lost through stress.

Aloe Vera

Commonly mentioned in Western folklore. Now widely used in the health food and cosmetic industries.

Thyme

Used to support a healthy bronchial system Due to its low toxicity, thyme has become a widely used for coughs in young children. It is also used to support the gastrointestinal tract.

Chinese Pearl Barley

With a use history of over 2000 years, it possesses qualities similar to oriental ginseng, but in a milder form. Also known as Job�s Tears. Diuretic and anti-spasmodic agent.

Fenugreek

It is said to impart �fire and vigor�. Fenugreek is one of the oldest medicinal plants, dating back to the ancient Egyptians and Hippocrates. This herb was also used in religious rites. Today, it is still taken by Egyptian women for menstrual support, and in tea form, hiba tea, to ease the stomach problems of tourists.

Ginger

Traditionally believed to support the natural cleansing of the body as it contains anti-oxidant properties. Ginger is well known to support healthy digestion and calm the stomach. Some individuals take ginger at the onset of a cold or flu to help ease symptoms.

Celery Seed

In Ancient times, Ayurvedic physicians (vaidyas) used celery seed to support the immune system, digestive system, and the health of the joints of the body. Today, celery seed is mainly used as a diuretic, which is why it is useful in supporting the urinary tract . Studies have found that celery seed may have a mild calming effect on the body. There is also promising research of celery seed as it contains a significant amount of lutein.

Capsicum Fruit

Traditionally used to support healthy metabolism, digestion and circulation. Since Capsicum is high in Vitamin C, it is important to take it at the beginning of a cold, so that it helps build the body�s resistance. Capsicum is also used to enhance other botanicals in herbal formulas.

Sarsaparrilla

Sarsaparilla has been used to maintain healthy energy levels, clear healthy skin and is know as an overall tonic for the body. The bark and root of sarsaparilla help the body balance hormone systems to a normal, healthy level.

Cascara Bark

The bark is mainly used for constipation and offering support to the digestive and cleansing systems of the body.

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