|Blue Flag (Iris species) – Botanical said to have an ulcer-protective, spasmolytic and serotonin-antagonistic effect.|
Burdock (Arctium lappa) – Botanical which has traditionally been used for ailments and complaints of the gastrointestinal tract, as
a diaphoretic and diuretic, and for blood purifying. In Chinese Medicine burdock is used to treat carbuncles, ulcers and erythema of
the skin as well as sore throats.
Figwort (Scrophularia nodosa) – Botanical that has a diuretic and mildly laxative effect. Reputed highly benefcial in hepatic diseases
and scrofula of the glandular system.
Gentian (Gentiana lutea) – Bitter botanical which has been known to have a fungistatic effect. Has been used for dyspeptic
complaints, as a tonic, to stimulate bile secretion, fatulence and loss of appetite.
Atractylodes Alba (Bai Zhu) – Traditionally used in Chinese Medicine as a tonifer for the spleen by augmenting Qi for spleen
or stomach defciency, strengthening the spleen from dampness and assisting with such symptoms as diarrhea, fatigue, lack of
appetite, vomiting, edema, reduced urination, and spontaneous sweating.
Yellow Dock (Rumex crispus) – Botanical which has been traditionally used for acute and chronic infammation of the nasal passages
and respiratory tract, an adjuvant in antibacterial therapy, scurvy, skin eruptions, as a ‘blood cleanser,’ for jaundice and as a tonic for
Red Clover (Trifolium pretense) – Botanical which has been traditionally used for coughs and respiratory conditions.
Prickly Ash Bark (Zanthoxylum americanum) – Traditionally used in Ayurvedic medicine for toothache, headache, eye and ear
conditions, dyspeptic symptoms, colic, fatulence, worm infestation, diarrhea, fever, coughs, asthma, paralyses and leprosy. Botanical
which has been used for low blood pressure, rheumatic disorders, fever and infammation.
Slippery Elm (Ulmus rubra) – Botanical known for its demulcent, emollient and soothing properties to the alimentary canal.
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