This herb is known for its mind-restoring abilities, provides mental energy, improves brain health and circulation and oxygen to the brain. May also alleviate memory-loss. May be helpful for Parkinson's Disease and Alzheimer's. May help to lower high blood-pressure and may assist in alleviating artero-sclerosis and diabetes in the elderly. May be used for asthmatic disorders. Anti-inflammatory and helpful in auto-immune ailments. May assist severe tinitis, extreme vertigo and irregular heartbeat.
Warning: Do not use in conjunction with anti-coagulant drugs.
Amongst the top sellers, this tincture supports a healthy colon and mucous linings inside the colon.
Slippery elm and Marshmallow root lubricates the colon inner linings while Liquorice root combats inflammation. Turmeric stimulates bile secretion and assists with peptic ulcers while Aloe vera alleviates constipation. Agrimony has a high vitamin K content which assists the peristaltic movements of the colon, helping proper digestion.
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.
Recommended for treating diarrhoea in children. Combats inflammation of the mucous membranes of the mouth and throat. Improves eyesight. Fighter pilots in World War 2 used it to better their night vision.
may also be helpful against diabetes, arthritis, gout, poor circulation and complaints of the digestive system, kidneys and urinary tract. May also alleviate haemorrhoids. Contains high amounts of Vitamin C. Antimicrobial and antiviral. Also inhibits platelet aggregation in red blood cells. Reduces level of blood lipids and glucose.
Warning: Not to be used in cases of pregnancy and lactation
Helpful against cell degeneration, tuberculosis, flu, diabetes and chronic fatigue. It has a calming effect on the central nervous system. It also stimulates the immune system. Has more than 18 (eighteen) secondary metabolites.
Red clover helps purify blood, assisting skin cleansing from inside. Especially helpful for children with eczema. Nettle leaves are rich in vitamins and minerals which is a substantial part of a healthy skin. Willow bark is used globally in commercial skincare products. Dandelion is rich in magnesium, which combats skin inflammation.
Warning: not to be used during pregnancy or lactation
General tonic. Stimulates nervous and immune system. Increases general stamina and strength. May be useful for conditions such as hypertension, hypotention and neurosis. May act as an aphrodisiac. Beneficial in the treatment of irregular hormonal secretion. Protects against the effects of radiation exposure. May lower blood sugar. May be beneficial in treating irritability, insomnia and mild depression.
Warning: Do not use in conjunction with anti-depressants or stimulants including caffeine. May interfere with cardiac medication.
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.