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.
Quinores in Pau d' Arco are chemically reactive as oxidants and anti-bacterial. Black sea Walnut shows great antimicrobial activity. Golden seal is known for its anti-inflammatory action. Olive leaf assists the body with its anti-bacterial properties.
Warning: Do not use when pregnant or breast feeding. If blood thinning medications are used, please consult a Healthcare Practitioner. Do not exceed using for longer than 30 (thirty) days non-stop.
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.
A chronic disease of the nervous system because the Myelin sheaths surrounding nerves in the brain and spinal cord are damaged. Symptoms include unsteady gait and shaky movements of the limbs. Ginkgo biloba stimulates cerebral circulation and oxygenation of cells. L-argenine in Green tea sooths the frailed nerves. Turmeric combats inflammation, is an anti-oxidative and lubricates nervous sheets. Alfalfa supports Vitamin K to cells.
Marshmallow root lubricates mucous membranes and inner linings of the respiratory tract and alleviate inflammation. Peppermint has strong antimicrobial properties and assists the body in calming mucosal inflammation and breaks down catarrh in the respiratory tract.
Cancerbush acts as an adaptogen for inflammation caused by pollen in the air.
Warning: Not to be taken during pregnancy or lactation. Avoid using longer than 60 (sixty) days as Stinging nettle may cause skin irritations and rash.
L-argenine in Green tea calmes the nervous system. Mullein is a well-known expectorant. Indian tobacco acts as a respiratory stimulant and cough treatment. It is also valued in limiting craving for sigarettes. Lobeline in Indian tobacco activates nicotinic acetylcholine receptors (similar to nicotine) that targets the central nervous system. Supportive herbs include, Valerian, St John's wort and Passion flower.
Warning: Not to be used during pregnancy or lactation.
Maintaining a healthy urinary tract while strenghtening the kidneys and bladder. It has strong anti-inflammatory and infection fighting properties.
Bearberry or Upland cranberry has a long history of medicinal use in lower urinary tract complaints such as cystitis and dysuria thanks to its highly effective antimicrobial and mild diuretic properties.
To be used in conjunction with InflamaSTOP 2 in this product range.
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.