This gentle combination of Valerian and Feverfew is based on several studies showing these two herbs to be extremely effective in preventing and treating Migraine. Valerion is also well-known for its non-addictive sedating and tranquilising actions and is also highly recommended in cases of restlessness, sleeplessness, menopause and premenstrual syndrome.
Assist the body in cases of low male libido. Skullcap helps balance the entire endocrine system, regulating the hormonal imbalances. Saw palmetto tones and strengthens the male reproductive system and helps boost testosterone levels. Together with horny goats wheat and Chinese foxclove, it is a powerful combination
GOODMood contains Skullcap - used for centuries in Western and Chinese herbal medicine - several studies have linked it to the effective treatment of nervous conditions, tension, anxiety and insomnia. GOODMood also contains Kanna - used for centuries by the Bushmen, this herb contains an active alkaloid called mesembrine - a confirmed serotonin (re)-uptakeinhibitor which allows the brain to function on low levels of serotonin while it builds up its own levels again... in so doing it's an invaluable aid against depression, mental fatigue and the stresses of modern living.
For an underactive Thyroid.
Bladderwrack stimulates the Thyroid gland and helps with mineral absoprption.
Warning: not to be taken during pregnancy or lactation
Use in conjunction with Black walnut 82 and a controlled Gallbladder diet.
Golden seal assists the body with severe inflammation.
Peppermint speeds upcirculation of the bile duct in the Gallbladder.
Myrrh is an astringent antipyretic with strong anti-inflammatory properties.
Supporting herbs are Bearberry and Dandelion.
Warning: Not to be taken during pregnancy or lactation. Myrrh should not be taken when on medication for heart conditions or diabetes. Consult a Healthcare Practitioner.
Angelica alleviates cramps and muscle tension. Jasmine normalises hormonal imbalances. Lavender calms down nervous system pains. Bladderwrack assists with mineral uptake and helps restore hormonal levels. Black cohosh may be beneficial towards premenstrual and menopausal problems.
A blend of 14 (fourteen) different herbs.
Warning: Not to be taken during pregnancy or lactation. Not to be taken longer than 10 (ten) days at a time. Angelica may provoke photosensitivity reactions. Avoid exposure to strong UV radiation. High dosages may interfere with anticoagulant drugs.
Ginseng improves endurance, oxygen, immune competence and stress resistance and counteracts fatigue.
Sarsaparilla is used in Mexico as a tonic and aphrodisiac. Lavender is a calming herb with lipophilic monoterpenes to interact with biomembranes and modify the activity of ion channels, transporters and receptors.
Skullcap widens blood vessels and lowers blood pressure. Skullcap also balances chemical processes in the body.
Warning: Not to be taken during pregnancy or lactation.
Barberry is used for liver ailments and disorders of the kidneys. Both organs help rid the body of toxins that clutter the lymphatic system. Protobarberine alkoloids in Barberry intercalate DNA and inhibits various enzymes and neuroreceptors. These alkaloids show broad anti-bacterial, anti-fungal amoebicidal and cytotoxic activities.
Ginger speeds up circulation in the lymph nodes and Dandelion assists the liver in getting rid of bad toxins, supporting the lymphatic system.
Warning: Not to be used during pregnancy or lactation. Not to be used continuously for more than 30 (thirty) days.
Support for hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid).
Yarrow, Barberry, Black cohosh, Parsley, Nettle and Valerian balances the thyroid gland.
Warning: Not to be used during pregnancy or lactation. Do not use together with other sedatives.
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.