Herbs

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Dandelion

Dandelion

Dandelion Dandelion is a French word: Dent-de-lion, which means lion’s tooth. 
Diurectic herbs increase urinary flow so dandelion is..
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Hibiscus

Hibiscus

Hibiscus Hibiscus also known as sorrel if you’re from the tropics. Different countries also call it mallow. Sorrel is a popular drink..
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Calendula

Calendula

Calendula

  • anti-septic
  • anti-inflammatory
  • soothing to inflamed tissue
  • can produce great effects on emotions and hormonal..
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Slippery Elm

Slippery Elm

 

Slippery Elm

The inner bark of the Slippery Elm tree was a popular remedy used by Native Americans. 

When you add water to the..
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Scullcap

Scullcap

Skullcap or Scullcap 

Nerve tonic, antidepressant, sedative, anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant. It tones and soothes the nervous..
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Eleuthero

Eleuthero

Eleuthero


Adaptogen, Antioxidant, Endurance-enhancing, Antimicrobial, Immune tonic.

Soviet Olympic athletes used Eleuthero during their..

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Stinging Nettle


When you touch the leaves and stems of a stinging nettle plant the tiny hairs can inject the skin with an array of chemicals that..
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Mullein

Mullein

Known as an herbal expectorant. Excellent for expelling mucous from the respiratory track. Great for respiratory ailments such..
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Elderberry Syrup

Elderberry Syrup 1 cup of fresh or 1/2 cup dried elderberries 3 cups water 1 cup of coconut nectar (available at most health food..
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Elderberry

Elderberry

Great to take at the onset of a cold or flu. Anti-bacterial/viral and has shown promise in those infected with herpes and hiv.

The elder..

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Tumeric

Tumeric

Touted as one of the top anti-cancer herbs.

Like ginger it helps increase circulation and is good for digestion.

Has been shown to be effective in Alzheimer’s patients and those experiencing symptoms of dementia.

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