Black cohosh has an oestrogen-like action, suppressing the activity of the luteinizing hormone: Controlled studies have indicated efficasy in the treatment of menopausal symptoms in women, Skullcap balances chemical reactions in the body via the hypothalamus. Jasmine calms the human body and forms extra oestrogen . Supportive herbs inckude Dandelion and sceletium
Lowers stress, improves focus, boosts libido and elevates mood.
Helps kill worms, combats tuberculosis, rheumatic disorders and gout, muscular pain, menstrual disorders and diabetes.
Helps with cell-regeneration.
Warning: May cause nausea, abdominal bloating and insomnia.
For an underactive Thyroid.
Bladderwrack stimulates the Thyroid gland and helps with mineral absoprption.
Warning: not to be taken during pregnancy or lactation
Use for injured nerves, depression and anxiety caused by menopausal changes.
Stimulates gastric and bowel secretions.
May have sedative and pain relieving properties for sciatica and rheumatism.
Warning: Do not use for longer than 10 days at a time.
Do not use with any other medication.
Do not use with warfarin, digoxin and anticonvulsants or other anti-depressant medication.
Tonic effect on the neck of the bladder and helps treat an enlarged prostate.
Boost to the male sex hormones and improves libido.
May alleviate asthma and helps with all sorts of throat problems.
Beneficial for treating cold and bronchitis associated with an excess of mucous discharge from the nose and sinuses.
Beneficial for diseases of the ovaries in women.
Combats Bright's disease and diabetes.
Support for an enlarged prostate gland. Saw palmetto alleviates the symptoms of an enlarged prostate. Several controlled clinical studies have shown significant improvement in the symptoms of prostate adenoma. Complimentary herbs include Broom and African potato.
For flatulence, digestive aid by stimulating bile and digestive juice secretion.
May be useful for colic, flatulent dyspepsia and irritable bowel syndrome, ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease.
Eases nausea and vomiting during pregnancy and travel sickness. May treat lack of appetite.
Alleviates rheumatism and supports underactive gall bladder.
Relieves Cold and flu symptoms, fever and nasal catarrh.
Beneficial in the treatment of painful periods during PMS and nervous headaches.
Eases exam-time nerves and keeps the mind and memory clear.
Warning: Peppermint may reduce milk flow in nursing mothers.
Do not give to children under 3 years.
For stress and nervous exhaustion.
May be helpful for recurring cold and flu.
Combats arthritic joint inflammation and high uric acid levels.
May also assist with an under active thyroid.
Warning: May trigger gluten sensitivity
Eases hayfever, asthma, eczema and allergig disorders.
Assists with poor kidneys and flood retention.
Improves breast milk production.
Reduces an enlarged and painful prostate.
May alleviate symptoms of gout and arthritis.
It improves urine flow.
Warning: Not to be taken during pregnancy or when taking other diuretic medication.
Source of Vitamin E.
Combats eczema, psoriasis and skin allergies,
Eye disorders and bloody nose, intestinal worms, stomach upset, low appetite.
Heart and blood vessels. Fever, diabetes and gingevitis and liver ailments.
Warning: Not to be used during pregnancy.
The main use of the herb is to treat nervous heart conditions.
May be supportive in the tratment of thyroid hyperactivity.
Excellent and effective remedy for epilepsy
Aids the metabolism and helps ease chronic metabolic disorders. Taken over a long period it may help for diabetes. Improves concentration and normalize hormonal imbalances.
May reduce hardening of the arteries and be helpful with the effects of a stroke.
Reduces heart rate and strengthens the wall of the peripheral capillaries. Balances high and low blood pressure.
Reduces buzzing in the ears. Helpful in uterine and menstrual disorders and menopause.
Assists with cell degeneration repair, particularly lung and ovarian cancer.
Warning: Not to be taken during pregnancy or lactation.