A combination of antimicrobial herbs combined with anti-inflammatory herbs. Aid against tonsillitis.
Antiviral properties and boosts immune system. Combats infection, arthritis, allergies, asthma and diabetes.
Effective against ulcers and hemorrhoids and cell-degeneration.
Helps repair DNA.
Helps reduce high blood pressure.
May relieve symptoms of osteoarthritis,
Warning: Might slow blood clotting. Stop taking at least 2 weeks before any surgery.
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Reduces inflammation in the joints and will help with arthritis (knees and hips), backache and muscle stiffness.
May alleviate back pain after at least 4 weeks of use.
May benefit digestive complaints and lack of appetite.
Clinical studies showed definite benefits in the treatment of rheumatic conditions and low back pain.
Beneficial in the treatment of epilepsy, insomnia, hysteria and anxiety.
Helps renew and revive the central nervous system.
May relieve and prevent epileptic seizures,
May assist with PMS and promote menstruation.
Helps treat throat infections.
May be beneficial for ADD.
Warning: Overdose causes giddiness, stupor, confusion and twitching.
Not to be used during pregnancy or lactation.
May potentiate the effects of sedative medications.
Combats cold, flu and catarrh of the upper respiratory tract and hay fever.
Diuretic, laxative, mild anti-inflammatory and antiviral.
High Vitamin C content.
African potato assists the body with prostate hypertrophy. Saw palmetto is used to treat urination problems associated with an enlarged prostate gland and has anti-inflammatory properties. Green tea contains tannins and their phenolic compounds has great diuretic effects. Billberry assists with circulation and has high Vitamin C quantities.
Warning: Buchu and Nettle may cause skin irritation when used in large dosages. Nettle has diuretic effects.
Skullcap balances the Hypothalamus gland, regulating most of the processes in the body. Indian tobacco is a respiratory stimulant which accelarates the central nervous system. Black cohosh assists the body in cases of chorea, a nervous disorder characterised by lack of coordination.
Acne, skin healing, blisters, insect bites and oily skin.
Diarrhoea, cold, mucous, colitis, vomiting and coughing.
Combats varicose veins and cracked skin.
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.
Arthritis, fever, common cold and hypertension benefits from this herb.
May assist in treating lack of appetite and minor dyspeptic complaints.
Antibacterial and anti-inflammatory.
Warning: Not to be taken during pregnancy or lactation.
Helpful against gallstones, jaundice, liver congestion, malaria. Support to cancer chemotherapy.
Mild laxative effect. May assist liver function and promote the flow of bile. Combats gastritis and ulcerative stomatitis.
Berberine content is especially helpful against inflammation.
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
Hawthorn strengthens the heartmuscles and aorta and supports circulation. Lilly of the valley is used against mild cardiac insufficiency associated with old age and cor pulmonale. Ginkgo biloba assists the cerebrovascular insufficiency. Supportive herbs include Billberry and Ginseng.
Warning: Avoid taking when on other heart medication. Not to be taken during pregnancy or lactation.
Immune booster, diabetis, heart tonic, anaemia, kidney problems, prolapsed organs, slow healing skin eruptions. Improves recovery in cell degeneration patients undergoing chemotherapy and radiation treatment. Basically anti-inflammatory. Helpful against arthritis and fibromyalgia.
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.
Assist the body with high blood pressure as it is anti-spasmodic and anti-inflammatory.
Hypotensive and assists with low blood pressure, thus a cardiac tonic.
Used for muscle spasms and pain especially in the lower back and legs.
May alleviate menstrual cramps.
Warning: Do not take when allergic to aspirin (because of the salicin content)
Not to be taken with blood thinning medication.
May cause hypotension when taken in large doses.
Not to be used during pregnancy or lactation.
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.