May normalize the reproductive organs and infertility in women. Used for progesterone deficiency and acne (especially with pre menstrual flare up).
Men may also use this herb for acne. This herb has pain relieving properties.
May be used for hormonal complaints and imbalances such as Fibrocystic breast disease, menopause, menorrhagia (heavy menstruation), menstrual difficulties (secondary amenorrhea), menstrual pain and premenstrual syndrome.
Useful in treating endometriosis.
Warning: Not to be taken with any drug or product that affects the female hormone system such as HRT or the contraceptive pill.
Not to be taken during pregnancy.
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Australian cow plant. Assists blood sugar balance. Increases insulin production.
Improves cholesterol and triglyceride levels, reducing heart disease risk.
May aid weight loss.
Helps reduce inflammation due to its tannin and saponin content.
Warning: Not to be used when pregnant or lactating. Do not take with aspirin or St John's wort.
Assists the body against restlessness, insomnia and intestinal complaints.
Also shows anti-bacterial properties.
Supportive therapy for chronic rheumatism, gout and arthritis.
Relieves flatulence. May purify blood.
Useful in the treatment of scaling skin conditions such as psoriasis and scrofula and ringworm.
Warning: Not to be used during pregnancy or lactation.
May increase absorption of digitalis glycosides.
Diarrhoea, stomach and intestinal ailments benefits from this herb.
Rheumatism, lumbago and hardening of the liver and spleen disorders.
May benefit kidney and bladder disorders and enlargement of the heart if taken over long periods of time.
Increases the suppleness of the larynx.
When boiled in milk it can help with male impotence.
Treats urinary incontinence and cystitus.
Warning: Not to be taken by pregnant or lactating women.
Not to be taken with any blood pressure medication.
Combats arthritis. Antibiotic properties. Anti-inflammatory properties. Also used as an expectorant. Beneficial against respiratory and urinary ailments. May alleviate anxiety and tension. Combats asthma.
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.
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.
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.
Echinacea is a natural antibiotic and boosts the immune system. Yarrow is anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory. Golden rod is widely used to treat coughs, influenza and bronchitis.
Myrrh relieves nasal congestion and cough and is a broad spectrum immune system booster.
Warning: Echinacea may trigger reaction with Asthma sufferers. Not to be taken longer than 30 (thirty) days. Golden rod may cause allergic reactions. Not to be taken during pregnancy or lactation.
Help fights cold, flu and infections.
Alleviates larynchitis, tonsillitus, catarrh and sinusitus.
For cough, headaches, stomach aches and swollen glands.
Purifies blood. may boost white blood cell production.
High source of iron, copper and cobalt.
May improve digestion, regulates colonic bacteria and fights bacterial microbial infections.
Warning: May trigger Asthma attacts if used in large quantities.
Not to be used during pregnancy or lactation.
A popular remedy against gingivitis and mucosal inflammation of the mouth and throat.
Treats upset stomachs, flatulence and diarrhoea.
Treats night sweats and excessive perspiration.
The drug has been used as an antidiabetic.
Warning: Do not use internally in large amounts for prolonged periods.
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.
Horsetail helps with inflammation in the lower urinary tract, kidney gravel and post-traumatic and static oedema. Barberry has a high berberine content which assists with kidneys and urinary tract amongst being an excellent anti-inflammatory.
Warning: Not to be taken during pregnancy or lactation. Do not use continuously longer than 30 (thirty) days at a time.
Most famous herb for treating headaches and migraine.
May help alleviate vertigo, dizziness and tinnitus. Reduces symptoms of arthritis and rheumatism. Relieves painful periods and sluggish menstrual flow.
May expel worms.
Warning: Not to be used during pregnancy or lactation. Possible side effects include mouth ulcers, abdominal pain, digestive upsets and skin rashes.
Anti-inflammatory. Mainly used as a haemostatic to stop bleeding. Also taken as anti-bacterial remedy to stop diarrhea. It is a bitter tonic, digestive stimulant, mild laxative. May reduce piles. The anti-microbial effects of barberine and hydrastine, explain the main use of golden seal as anti-diarrhea medicine, Is used in eye drops.
Warning: Should not be taken during pregnancy or lactation.