Active against bacteria, fungi and viruses (including herpes).
Relaxation and stress relief.
Eases spasm in the digestive tract.
Warning: Avoid when on thyroid medication because it inhibits the absorption of thyroid medication.
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Used to treat menstrual disorders.
Combats digestive problems like dyspepsia and flatulence.
Used as an expectorant for chronic coughs and to break down catarrh of the upper respiratory tract.
Anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial.
Warning: May be tumor inducing when used in large quantities.
Not to be taken during pregnancy or lactation.
Source of copper and amino fatty acids, pantothenic acid, selenium and zinc.
Contains Vitamin B2, B5 and B6.
The main use of the herb is to treat nervous heart conditions.
May be supportive in the tratment of thyroid hyperactivity.
Anti-inflammatory properties. Used as an emulcent and expectorant. Properties as a mild sedative and anti-depressant. High content of Vitamin E.
Also used as a diuretic.
Assists in fighting hepatitis and cirrhosis of the liver by help forming new liver cells.
Promotes flow of bile from the liver and gall bladder.
Silymarin prevents liver toxins from entering the liver cells and also stimulates regeneration and the formation of new liver cells.
Warning: If pregnant, consult with a health care professional before use.
Support for digestive disorders and upsets.
Ginger relieves bloatedness and flatulence while Peppermint alleviates spastic complaints like irritable bowel syndrome and gallbladder and bile duct ailments.
Cancerbush is a bitter tonic that combats indigestion and lowers stress and anxiety.
Marshmallow root lubricates the mucous membranes and linings of the colon while relieving inflammation.
Warning: May interfere with anti-retroviral drugs. Not to be taken by pregnant or nursing mothers. Overdoze may cause a dry mouth and mild diarrhoea and slight dizziness.
Myrrh is mainly used as an antiseptic and anti-inflammatory for the topical treatment of mouth and throat infections (gingivitis and other gum diseases, tonsillitis and mouth ulcers.
Relief of nasal congestion and cough.
Excellent immune booster.
Helps the body get rid of parasites.
Broad spectrum antibacterial. Treats bronchitis, catarrh, cold and flu and dyspepsia. Even used as a gargle for sore throats.
Anti-fungal, antiviral, anti-inflammatory.
Contains 12 minerals and 18 vitamins as well as amino acids apart from the complex polysaccharides (glucomannans) also referred to as proteien sugars.
Warning: Avoid prolonged use because it may cause acidity in the body especially O-Blood types. Do not overdose due to the laxative effects of Aloe vera. Not to be taken during pregnancy or lactation.
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.
Relaxing herb that combats flatulent nervous dyspepsia. Combats gastritis, diarrhoea and travel sickness. May alleviate mild anxiety and headaches.
Calms hyperactive children. Assist with insomnia.
Anti-inflammatory properties may help alleviate rheumatism and arthritis and painful swellings.
May help for menstrual pains and inflammation of the testicles.
Carminative, eases indigestion and gastritis and reduces flatulence and dyspeptic pain.
Support in cases of constipation and flatulence. Ginger aids gastric secretion, assisting dyspepsia, colic and flatulence. Parsley adds flexible membranes due to its valuable vitamin C content. supporting herbs include Peppermint and Anise.
Warning: not to be taken during pregnancy or lactation
Support for lowering high blood cholesterol.
Active phyto-estrogens, fibre and saponins of Alfalfa is known to lower circulating levels of blood cholesterol.
Garlic has lipid lowering effects because of Allicin and Aljoene that act as platelet aggregation inhibitors.
Combined with Artichoke (Cynara), Ginger, Skullcap, Hawthorn, Ginseng and Cancerbush that stimulates lowering cholesterol in the body.
Warning: Do not use when lactating or breastfeeding. Verify with single herb warnings on this website.
Helpfull against pain. A powerful combination of Valerian and Feverfew (one of the most famous herbs to combat headaches.
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.
Combats bronchitis and whooping cough. Stimulates digestion and improves poor appetite.
Increases liver functioning.
Marrubiin may assist in normalizing an irregular heartbeat.
Warning: Not to be taken during pregnancy or lactation.