|Black Walnut Hulls (Jugluns nigra) – Herbalists have traditionally used Black Walnut husks as nutritional support for the intestinal |
system. It has very astringent properties due to its high tannin content. This makes Black Walnut useful in supporting bowel
infammation and to encourage the elimination of undesirable microbes because of its antifungal, antiseptic, astringent, antiviral and
Sweet Annie (Artemisia annua) – Research has shown that Sweet Annie contains at least six different antiviral phytochemicals that
may target intestinal parasites. This botanical has also been traditionally used by herbalist to assist in cases of malaria.
Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) – Has been traditionally used as a bitter tonic to aid digestion, stimulate appetite and to improve
liver and gallbladder function. Other commom therapeutic uses for Wormwood are as a vermifuge to expel intestinal worms and as
Goldenseal (Hydrastis canadensis) – Research has shown that hydrastine and berberine are the major biologically active compounds
in Goldenseal that give it its antimicrobial properties. These phytochemicals are antibacterial, antiseptic, antifungal, antiparasitic and
antiviral. Goldenseal is also highly praised by herbalists because of its tonic and astringent effect on infamed mucous membranes.
Clove Oil (Syzygium aromaticum) – Studies indicate that eugenol, the main phytochemical in Clove Oil, is responsible for its ability
to fght infections such as bacteria, viruses, fungus, parasites and larvae.
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