|Licorice Root (Glycyrrhiza glabra) – Known by traditional herbalists to be benefcial in assisting with adrenal insuffciencies, |
infammatory conditions, lung congestion; softens and soothes mucous membranes; assists with sugar metabolism, purifying the
blood, and as a mild laxative.
Lapacho (Pau d’arco) – Used traditionally to enhance immune function, slowing and inhibiting the growth of cancers and tumors and
as an antimicrobial, especially in conditions of yeast infection and other fungal infections.
Red Clover (Trifolium pratense) – Rich in isofavones, favonoids, coumarins, vitamins and minerals; Red Clover is known by
herbalists as an alterative for use in chronic degenerative disease and for its effects on the blood, liver, heart and lungs.
Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) – Considered widely as a tonic, it is a famous Indian remedy that has been traditionally used to correct
liver secretions by causing bile to fow more freely. Barberry also removes waste from the stomach and bowels.
Burdock (Lappa major) – Full of minerals, this herb has been used to purify blood and relieve congestion in the lymphatic system,
assisting with clearing deep blockages in the liver, joints, spine and skin, and to promote kidney function, resulting in the elimination
of harmful acids in blood.
Prickly Ash (Xanthoxylum fraxineum) – In Indian medicine, used for toothache, headache, eye and ear conditions, digestive
insuffciencies, worm infestations, diarrhea, fever, coughs, asthma and skin conditions. Prickly Ash is also considered by herbalists
to be a cardiac stimulant with a slower action than cayenne, but whose effects are more permanent and help to remove obstructions
in every part of the body.
Cascara Sagrada (Rhamnus purshiana) – Used traditionally to stimulate the secretions of the entire digestive system including the
liver, gallbladder, stomach and pancreas.
Buckthorn (Rhamnus frangula) – Known for its mild laxative properties and for benefts of effectively carrying toxins from the blood
and liver out through the colon.
Queen’s Delight (Stillingia sylvatica) – Known as a blood purifer and used as a diuretic, laxative and tonic; for digestive disorders
involving the liver and gallbladder; for skin diseases and as an effective glandular stimulant.
Ginger (Zingiber offcinale) – Used traditionally for acting on the stomach, intestines and circulation. Known to assist with nausea,
indigestion, and cramps.
Nettle (Urtica dioica) – Studies indicate that Nettle contains high amount of certain sterols which stimulate the production of white
blood cells. Also used traditionally as a whole body purifer.
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