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This herb seems to encourage detoxification in general..According to many herbal practitioners, the common plantain may be used as a substitute of comfrey to effectively treat bruises and broken bones. Ointments or lotions prepared with the common plantain leaves may be used to cure hemorrhoids, fistulae or anomalous channels in the skin as well as ulcers.\Peppermint is excellent for the digestive system, increasing the flow of digestive juices and bile and relaxing the muscles of the gut. Peppermint reduces colic, cramps, and gas, and helps to soothe anirritated bowel. In soothing the lining and muscles of the colon, it helps diarrhea and relieves a spastic colon (often the cause of constipation).Bulk laxative.#PRICKLY ASH, Zanthoxylum americanumHOME MAIL ORDER PATIENT FORM CONTACT US HOMOEOPATHY COMPOUNDINGTEAS & HERBAL PRODUCTSMEDICINAL BLENDSLStimulates liver metabolism, bile production, the lymphatic flow and elimination of toxins, thus helps digestion and constipation.Use toclear up skin in conditions such as acne, eczema, or dermatitis, associated with sluggish liver and chronic accumulation of toxins. Also beneficial in spleen enlargement and assists weigh loss.BOLDO leaf, Peumus boldosBoldo is an excellent and gentle traditional remedy for liver, gallbladder and digestion in general, and of special benefit in gallstones disease. Boldo tea has mild diuretic, antiseptic and demulcent effect and may bring relief in cystitis.!BOSWELIA resin, Boswelia carteriiBoswelia has shown anti-inflammatory and antitumour activity, thus has become popular choice in the management of arthritis, asthma, colitis, Crohn's disease, and oedema due to brain tumours.BROOM, Cytisus scopariusBroom is the herb for fast and irregular heart beat as it acts on the electrical conductivity of the heart, slowing and regulating the transmission of the impulses. Other uses - for prevention of blood loss after childbirth BUCHU, Barosma betulinaAn urinary antiseptic,recommended for cystitis andCandida infection, prostate inflammation and irritable bladder disorder. Taken regularly, buchu may prevent attacks of chronic cystitis. The tea is also used as a douche to treat yeast infections.50gm *BUGGLEWEED, GYPSY-WEED, Lycopus virginicusbUsed for treatment of hyperthyroid conditions associated with tachycardia, such as Graves disease."BUPLEURUM root, Bupleurum falcatumBupleurum isknown as Chai hu in ChineseHerbal Medicine andconsidered to be of great benefit in the traditional treatment of liverproblemsand autoimmune disease.BURDOCK, Arctium lappaBurdock is one of the best blood purifying herbs - used for skin infections, including staph and impetigo, for hives, eczema, acne and dermatitis. Recent medical evidence supports its use for tumors as one of the herbs in Essiac tea.,CALENDULA or MARIGOLD, Calendula officinalisAntiseptic and astringent, stimulating the immune system and helping the body fight against fungal(thrush) and viral(the flu and herpes viruses) infections.. Calendula reduces lymphatic congestion and swollen lymph glands.70gCARAWAY, Carum carviSoothes the digestive tract, relieves colic and cramps as well as all types of bloating and flatulence, sweetens the breath, and eases menstrual cramps. In addition, the seeds have expectorant effect and are used in bronchitis and in herbal cough remedies.!CATNIP or CATMINT, Nepeta catariaDiaphoretic, refrigerant, febrifuge, spasmolytic, anti-diarrhoeal, sedative. This plant has been a popular nightcap as it induces a good night s sleep. A good, simple remedy for colds ,fevers, and stressed nervous systems.70gmCATS CLAW, Uncaria tormentosaA peruvian plant, used as a general tonic and an immune and vitality booster. Cat's claw has marked anti-inflammatory effect and is believed to stimulate one's immunity against cancer cells by increasing immunoglobulin counts.70gm 1 kgCELANDINE, Chelidonium majusDiuretic and liver cleansing herb, used in the traditional treatment of jaundice, eczema, corns and warts(often combined in topical applications with thuja).CELERY seeds, Apium graveolensUsed for treating rheumatic conditions and gout and helps the kidneys dispose of urates and other unwanted waste products, as well as working to reduce acidity in the body as a whole.Reduces blood pressure, recommended for altitude sickness.100gm CENTAURY, Centaurium erythraeaCentaury is one of the bitter herbs, used to stimulate digestion and relieve the symptoms of dyspepsia, to tone and cleanse the liver and gallbladder.Sedative, carminative, anti-spasmodic, analgesic, antiseptic. 'This plant makes a wonderfully soothing tea. Traditionally used as a tonifying gastrointestinal tonic and a gentle sedative for sleepless or hyperactive children.The plant contains immune stimulating polysaccharides and a key ingredient nor-dihydroguaiaretic acid (NGDA), which has been shown to have powerful antitumor properties. It < is often employed in alternative cancer therapies as a blood purifying remedy.CORNSILK, Zea maysDue tosignificant potassium content, cornsilk is a useful diuretic for almost all problems of the urinary system - soothes and relaxes the lining of the urinary tubules and bladder and improves the urine flow. Recommended in bedwetting, kidney stones, enlarged prostateCHASTE TREE, Vitex agnus castusAn important herbs for female health due to balancing effect on thehormonal production. For PMS, the herb should be taken for a few months before the full benefits are achieved and the bloating, breast swelling and tenderness, irritability, and depression are all reduced.CHIA SEEDS (gluten free)These seeds from an ancient plant are the richest natural OMEGA-3 and dietary fibre . Chia seeds are of benefit forthe heart and cholesterol control, for sluggish digestion and arthritic joint pain and inflammation200gmCHICKWEED, Stellaria mediaChickweed is chiefly used to treat skin topically - may soothe severe itchiness where all other remedies have failed. Used to relieve eczema and urticaria. The tea may also be added to a bath, where the herb's emollient properties will reduce inflammation in rheumatic joints. CINNAMON, cinnamon zeylanicumThe decoction is recommended in cases of indigestion and heartburn and in diabetes, as it lowers blood sugar levels. 'An essential ingredient of Hulda Clark's combinations for elimination of parasites.CLEAVERS, Gallium aparineAids lymphatic drainage and excretion of toxins. Recommended for fluid retention, skin problems - eczema, psoriasis, acne, boils and abscesses, urinary infections, kidney stones, arthritis and gout, swollen lymph glands and congestion of the breasts.The dry flower buds are used to make tea or herbal extract with antifungal, antibacterial, and antiviral effects, particularly against the Herpes simplex virus. Applied topically, cloves oil relieves pain and inflammation$CODONOPSIS root, Codonopsis pilosulaOne beneficial effect of the codonopsis on the body is that it increases the red and white blood cell count. This results in a reduction of the side effects induced by the use of toxic compounds - normally used as a part of the chemotherapy.COLTSFOOT, Tussilago farfaraRecommended for smoking instead of cigarettes to help give up tobacco or in the presence of bronchial congestion and lung disease.$COMFREY leaves, Symphytum officinaleComfreys have been used for centuries for healing wounds, ulcers and broken bones. Poultices of leaves or roots are usually used.100g#CORIANDER seeds, Coriandrum sativum^Coriander is an appetite stimulant and flavoring spice, used to relieve dyspepsia and acidity.COUCH GRASS, Agropyron repensRecommended for urinary tract infections as cystitis and urethritis or combined with other herbsfor kidney stones. Reduces the irritation and laceration caused by stonesand prevents their further enlargement. CRAMPBARK, Viburnum opulusAntispasmodic, astringent, sedative, nervine. The bark contains valeric esters, and the tea or tincture of the dried bark effectively alleviates muscle cramping, particularlymenstrual cramps and associated pain.CRANESBIL, Geranium maculatumThe herb is often prescribed for irritable bowel syndrome and hemorrhoids, and it is used to staunch wounds. Cranesbill may also be used to treat heavy menstrual bleeding and excessive vaginal discharge. 70g DAMIANA,Turnera diffusaadamiana is a traditional tonic, believed to stimulate the mind and lift the spirit. Valued as restorative for the nervous system, particularly when anxiety and depression are present. Damiana is used as an aphrodisiac, in the management of premature ejaculation and impotence. Daniana is also a diuretic herb and an urinary antiseptic of benefit in UTI.DANDELION, Taraxacum officinaleDiuretic, tonic, antirheumatic and a mild aperient. Very rich in iron and other minerals. Excellent tonic for the liver, gallbladder, and the adrenal glands.100gm'DANDELION roasted, Taraxacum officinale^Same as above, preferred by some for use as a liver cleansing and a healthy coffee substitute.&DEVILS' CLAW, Harpagophytum procumbensAnti-inflammatory, analgesic, sedative. Traditionally devil's claw has been used as a tonic, especially for digestive problems; for arthritis and rheumatism; and to reduce fevers.50gmDONG QUAI, Angelica cinensisActs primarily as a tonic, particularly good for the female reproductive and liver systems. Used for menopause and PMT. It is also a mild laxative, sedative and painkiller with some antibacterial activityECHINACEA, Echinacea purpureaAntiseptic and immune stimulating herb, widely used as a supplement in the treatment of viral, bacterial and fungal infections.ECHINACEA ANGUSTIFOLIA(ELDER flowers or berries, Sambucus nigracA wonderful remedy for the onset of colds and flu - stimulates circulation and perspiration, brings down the temperature & cleanses the system by elimination of toxins through the pores of the skin. Also used as a nerve relaxant and for lifting mild depression. A hot tea at night time will help induce a restful sleep, particularly good for children.ELECAMPANE, Inula heleniumHas warming effect on the lungs and gentle expectorant, mucus clearing action, beneficial for bronchial asthma, bronchitis and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Has natural antibiotic properties, stimulates digestion and relieves dyspepsia as well.5EPILOBIUM, SMALL LEAFED WILLOW, Epilobium parviflorumEpilobium has anti-inflammatory and diuretic effects and is commonly used, alone or combined with nettle root, saw palmetto and pygeum, for prostate disorders, such as for relief of the symptoms of enlarged prostate and prostatitis.EYEBRIGHT Euphrasia officinalesEyebright tightens the mucous membranes of the eye and relieves the inflammation of conjunctivitis and blepharitis. Its ability to counter mucus means that eyebright is often used for infectious and allergic conditions affecting the eyes, middle ear, sinuses, and nasal passages.-FALSE UNICORN (HELONIAS), Chamaelirium luteumuA uterine tonic, used to treat painful periods or menstrual irregularities. A liver tonic with mild diuretic effect.Best for relieve from bloating and associated stomach pain. Fennel seeds stimulate the appetite (used in anorexia)and have mild diuretic and anti-inflammatory effect. Believed to be of benefit in kidney stones disease.dSoothing in gastritis and gastric ulcers. Shown to increase breast milk production in nursing mothers and to lower cholesterol and blood sugar levels. The seeds freshen bad breath, restore a dulled sense of taste and encourage weight gain, especially in anorexia Externally, the seeds may be applied as a paste to treat abscesses, boils, ulcers, and burns.#FEVERFEW herb, Tanacetum partheniumSKnown to aid menstrual irregularities and prevent migraine attacks in some patients70GM1KGFIGWORT, scrophularia nodosaZAlso known as buckthorn. Tonic, laxative, catharic, cheifly used for chronic constipation. FRINGE TREEdGentian is the most commonly prescribed bitter herb used to stimulate digestion and the flow of gastric juices, the assimilation of nutrients and the functions of the liver and the gallbladder. By improving digestive function, gentian increases the absorption of nutrients such as iron and vitamin B12 and is therefore of benefit in iron-deficiency anemia. GINKGO BILOBA]A powerful antioxidant, antidepressant and blood-thinning herb, improving both peripheral and the cerebral blood flow and the neural conductivity within the brain, thus best choice for degenerative senility, short-term memory loss, tinnitus and diabetic retinopathy, for cold feet, for the prevention of strokes, heart attacks and altitude sickness.Has the highest saponin levels of all ginsengs and the strongest stimulating effect on the pituitory gland (enhanced ACTH release) and overall mental activity. An Adrenal Tonic, increasing the speed of reflexes and dinishing fatigue, helping the body and the brain to adapt better to the environment. Korean ginseng< stimulates the sexual function in both sexes and helps keeping normal blood sugar levels in diabetes.Siberian Ginseng is an adrenal tonic, enhancing energy levels and the ability to adapt and preserve strength during times of stress or disease. Siberian ginseng has some oestrogenic effect, beneficial for women with symptoms of menopause.The berries are a liver and kidney tonic. In Chinese medicine, the liver is associated with the eyes, and lycium berries are considered excellent for failing eyesight. They improve the circulation and absorption of nutrients by the cells and help with many symptoms, including dizziness, tinnitus, blurred vision, and wasting conditions. The berries are rich in antioxidants and traditionally believed to prolong life. Most commonly used as decoction.150gm 300g500g\Astringent and mild diuretic, goldenrod is most beneficial in cystitis, prostatitis, kidney infection and for flushing out kidney and bladder stones. Has specific activity against the Candida fungus - the tea is used as a mouthwash for oral thrush or as douche solution. The tea is also of great benefit when given to children with gastroenteritis. GOLDENSEAL, Hydrastis canadensisAntibacterial and antifungal, a tonic bitter, stimulating digestion, 'liver function and bile production, haemostatic(stops bleeding), antinflammatory. Due to this versatile therapeutic profile, Goldenseal 'is remarkably successful in healing both external and internal sores and ulcers and valuable aid in the treatment of disorders of the gastrointestinal tract, including Candida and liver disease40gm GRAPEFRUIT (CITRUS) SEED EXTRACTGrapefruit seed extract is a popular alternative choice for treatment of CANDIDA and fungal infections, also used by travellers for water purification.GREEN TEA, Camellia sinensis"GRAVEL ROOT, Eapatorium purpureumGravel Root,as well asStone root, as the traditional names suggest,are herbs for getting rid of stones in the body, such as Kidney and Gall Bladder Stones.GRAVIOLA, Annona muricata Graviola is a herb from the Amazon Rainforest, offering alternative solution to those suffering from high blood pressure or angina. There is ongoing research proving the benefitsand potential for use of Graviola in cancer patients.GRINDELIA, Grindelia robustaGrindelia is a herb to use when there is narrowing of the airway passages, as in asthma and bronchitis. It is often blended with other herbs with similar effect, as lobelia for example. GUAIAC, guaiacum officinaleqAntirheumatic, anti-inflammatory, diuretic, diaphoretic, mild laxative.Mostly used in blends for Arthritis reliefGUARANA SEEDS, PAULINA GUARANA }Guarana is a popular stimulant, mostly used to increase concentration and boost the energy during exams or times of exertion.GUGGUL GUM, Commiphora muculUsed for preparation of Guggul extract, known for its positive contribution for the maintenance of healthy blood sugar and cholesterol levels.!GYMNEMA leaves, Gymnema sylvestreGymnema is best prescribed for diabetes, as it signicantly reduces sugar cravings, thus helps lower blood sugar levels and lose weight as well.'It is an ingredient of Newtons Slimming MixtureHawthorn helps to bring the blood pressure and heart rate to normality by improving circulation to the heart and the brain and strengthening the heart beat, as well as lowering the cholesterol levels and softening old, hardened arterial walls. Considered best for angina, mental fatigue and poor concentration, irregular heart beat, and even insomnia, due to its mild tranquilizing effect.%Pansy may be used in eczema and other skin problems where there is exudate (weeping eczema). As an anti-inflammatory expectorant pansy is used for whooping cough and acute bronchitis. For urinary problems pansy will aid recovery from cystitis andthe symptoms of frequent and painful urination.HOPS, Humulus lupulus=Hops helps to reduce irritability and restlessness and promotes a good night's sleep. Hops is often blended with passion flower and scullcap for natural relief from stress, anxiety, tension, and headaches. In addition, hops is beneficial for the digestion, increasing stomach secretions and relaxing spasms and colic.HOREHOUND BLACK, Ballota nigraIAn antispasmodic herbal remedy, with applications in nausea and vomiting.bBeneficial for wheezing, bronchitis, bronchiectasis, bronchial asthma, nonproductive coughs, and whooping cough. Stimulates the secretion of a more fluid mucus, which is readily cleared by coughing. As a bitter tonic, stimulates digestion and supports the function of the stomach. Horehound also may help normalize heart rhythm, improving its regularity.SHorse chestnut is astringent, an anti-inflammatory, and an aid to toning slack and distended vein walls (varicose & hemorrhoidal). Horse chestnut also reduces fluid retention associated with varicose veins by increasing the permeability of the capillaries and allowing the reabsorption of excess fluid back into the circulatory system.%HORSERADISH root, Armoracia rusticanaHaemostatic, astringent. Helps cystitis, prostatitis, urethritis and incontinence, especially in children. It is rich in silicon, needed for healthy skin, hair and nails, for wounds healing and spurs.%HYDRANGEA root, Hydrangea arborescensjHydrangea is valued as kidney antiseptic and often used for treatment of mild kidney and bladder problems.9HYDROCOTYLE or GOTU KOLA or PENNY WORT, Centella asiaticaBAyuvedic medicine regards Gotu kola a "rejuvenator," helping concentration, memory, venous return and fertility. In Europe, Gotu kola is used mainly for treatment of skin problems - leprosy, ulcers, keloid and hypertrophic scars, vitiligo,and known to have anti-inflammatory effect, thus taken in arthritis and rheumatism0Beneficial in respiratory infections with excessive mucus production as it stimulates the production of more liquid mucus and expectoration, thus clearing thick phlegm. Hyssop can irritate the mucous membranes, so it is best given after an infection has peaked, when the tonic-action encourages recovery.&A useful demulcent and emollient, Irish moss is mainly taken for coughs and bronchitis and to sooth dry or irritated mucose membranes lining the respiratory, the urinary, and the gastrointestinal tracts. It is beneficial in inflammatory conditions such as gastritis, colitis, IBS, and cystitis..JAMAICAN DOGWOOD root bark, Piscidia piscipulaDiuretic, antiseptic, carminative, anti-inflammatory, used to reduce pain and inflammation in arthritis, in cystitis and conditions of benign prostate enlargement.!KAVA KAVA root, Piper mehtysticumeA bitter herb, with a range of medicinal properties when properly prepared and used in correct doses. Kelp is a natural source of iodine. Kelp raises the metabolic rate by increasing hormone production by the thyroid gland and it is thus beneficial in cases of underactive thyroid function and related lethargy and weight gain. Other uses: arthritis, colorectal cancergA herb with astringent and diuretic properties, knotweed is used in European herbal medicine to treat diarrhea and hemorrhoids, to expel worms, to staunch bleeding wounds, to reduce heavy menstrual flow, and to stop nosebleeds. Knotweed is also taken for pulmonary complaints since its silicic acid content helps strengthen connective tissue within the lungs.KOLA NUT seeds, Cola nitida7Used for anxiety, nervousness, and physical symptoms caused by stress such as tension headaches, migraine, palpitations and insomnia.The hot tea causes sweating and reduces fevers, helps to detoxify the body by increasing elimination of toxins via the skin and, with its mild diuretic action, through the urine.Ladies' mantle is rich in tannins, astringent compounds which contract muscle tissue, arrest bleeding, and stop diarrhoea. This herb is mostly used to reduce heavy menstrual bleeding and regulate the menstrual cycle.Lemongrass is antifungal and antibacterial herb with some nervine effects. It is used to b< oost immunity, lower cholesterol and calm the nerves.Aconite, Aesculus, Apis, Arsenicum, Bacopa, Berberis, Bryonia, Calendula, Calcarea carb, Cantharis, Carbo veg, Chamomile, Chelidoneum, Cimicifuga, Cocculus, Coffea, Eupatorium, Euphrasia, Gelsemium, Hepar sulph, Hamamelis, Hypericum, Ignatia, Merc sol, Nux, Pulsatilla, Phytolacca, Rhus tox, Ruta, Sabal serrulata, Sepia, Silicea, Staphysagria, Thuja, Urtica and more $2.00 surcharge for potencies above 1M or for use of 97% SVRp FENNEL seeds Foeniculum vulgareCLOVES, Syzygium aromaticum)WITHANIA, ASHWAGANDHA, Withania somniferaWOOD BETONY stachys officinalisWORMWOOD Artemisia absinthium WITCH HAZEL Hamamelis virginiana'MATE or YERBA MATE, Ilex paraguariensisTUsed to promote perspiration and lower the temperature in colds and influenza, lower the blood pressure, relieve tension and anxiety and aid sleep, calms restless and excitable children and reduces muscle tension. Linden blossom makes a good remedy for conditions associated with tension including headaches, period pains, colic and cramps.ELinseed is rich in mucilage and unsaturated fats, and makes a valuable remedy for many intestinal and chest problems. Taken whole internally, the seeds soothe irritation throughout the digestive tract. They also absorb fluid and swell, drawing in toxins and forming a jellylike mass, which acts as an effective bulk laxative.3It has marked anti-inflammatory action, beneficial in arthritis or gastritis, reflux & indigestion. Liquorice has a mild laxative effect. It stimulates the adrenal glands, thus its use in chronic fatigue syndrome. Continuous liquorice intake over long period of time may result in higher blood pressure.gA stimulant to the respiratory system and one of the best expectorant and anti-spasmodic herbs for chronic asthma, whooping cough and emphysema. Must be used in small quantities and in combination with other respiratory herbs, since overdose may result in toxicity. The plant is often applied topically as a poultice to relieve pain and muscle cramps as well.&Rich in mucilage, soothing and protecting, used for inflamed bronchial tissue, bronchitis, pleurisy, and where there is a dry cough and to help heal ulcers and gastric inflammation. The mucilage helps reduce the damage of kidney stones and promotes the healing of boils when used as a poultice.Stimulant, diuretic, recommended for rheumatism and gout. A powerhouse of minerars & vitamins. The mate leaves are rich in caffeine, and also contain neochlorogenic and chlorogenic acids and theobromine catechols. Together these substances give mate its tonic properties and make it a reviving and refreshing beverage with the same function that coffee or tea has in North America and Europe.!MEADOWSWEET , Filipendula ulmariaYReduces inflammation and acidity in the stomach, protects and heals the gastric and intestinal mucose, relieves wind and distension and has antiseptic activity. thus is of great benefit in heartburn, gastritis, peptic ulcers and hiatus hernia. By reducing the acidity levels around the joints, it also reduces the pain due to gout and arthritis.MISTLETOE, Viscum albumTHypotensive, cardiac tonic, immunostimulant, antineoplastic, sedative, antispasmodic. Mistletoe is chiefly used to lower blood pressure and heart rate, ease anxiety, and promote sleep. In low doses mistletoe also relieves panic attacks, headaches, and improves concentration. European mistletoe is also prescribed for tinnitus and epilepsy.MOTHERWORT, Leonurus cardiacaA remedy for the nerves, the heart and the womb - promotes relaxation and strengthens the heart, reducing arrhythmias and palpitations, caused by anxiety and tension. Motherwort stimulates the uterine muscles and is suitable for delayed and painful periods, PMT and to prepare for childbirth as it encourages more coordinated uterus contractions Should not be used during heavy periods or in pregnancy without professional supervision.MUGWORT, Artemisia vulgarisMugwort is a traditional remedy for worms. Other functions in the digestive system include its use as a bitter and tonic, to increase appetite, stimulate the bile flow and promote digestion. Also used to trigger delayed menstrual flow.)MUIRA PUAMA root, Ptychopetalum olacoidesMULLEIN, Verbascum thapsusA herb for coughs, bronchitis and congestion used as a tea to reduce mucus formation and stimulate the coughing up of phlegm. Mullein tea, flavored with dark honey and maple syrup, is one of the best teas for childhood ailments, including tonsillitis, chickenpox, measles and mumpsMYRRH GUM, Commiphora molmol`Myrrh is bitter, astringent and pungent and its predominant effect is warming and stimulating. Myrrh makes a wonderful rejuvenating tonic for those feeling tired and run down, increases the circulation, pushes out skin eruptions as it brings blood to the surface of the body, helping to resolve rashes and eruptive infections and to bring down fevers. NEEM, Azadiracta indica]According to tradiyional medicine, Neemhassignificant antifungal and antimicrobial actions.100GM 1 KGFringe tree is known to reduce cholesterol levels and to stimulate metabolism.Safely used in all liver problems, particularly when they have developed into jaundice. It is a specific remedy for cholecystitis and gallstones.It is also beneficial in weight loss.GINSENG KOREAN, Panax ginseng+GINSENG SIBERIAN, Eleuthrococcus senticosus/GOJI berries Chinese Wolfberry, Lycium chinenseGOLDEN ROD, Solidago virgaurea!HAWTHORN, Crataegus oxycanthoides HEARTSEASE PANSY, Viola tricolor"HOREHOUND WHITE, Marrubium vulgare&HORSE CHESTNUT, Aesculus hippocastanumHORSETAIL, Equisetum arvenseaAsparagus(Shatavari),Bedstraw, Birch, Black Cohosh, Blue Cohosh, Cats Claw, Codonopsis, Cordyceps, Echinacea Purpurea, Epilobium, Feverfew, Gentian, Gravel root, Guggul, Hoelen, Hydrangea, Phyllanthus, Pine bark, Pleurisy Root, Poke root, Polygonium, Poke Root, Rehmania, Reishi, Rhodiolla, Sarsaparilla, Stone root, Violet, Walnut, Wild Yam, Wormwood Arnica, Baptisia, Buchu, Cranesbill, Ephedra, Figwort, Fringe tree, Chionanthus virginicus, Cinchona, China, False Unicorn root, Helonias,Goldenseal, Hydrastis canadensis, Korean Ginseng, Citrus (Grapefruit)seed extract in Glycerine, Prickly ash, Queens Delight, Sqawvine, Wild IndigoARNICA MONTANA#BETHROOT, BIRTHROOT Trillium erectagThe plant s name birthroot explains the primary therapeutic use of trillium and that is to stop bleeding or haemorrhages. Especially, an herbal tea prepared from the roots and rhizome of trillium was given to new mothers to stop haemorrhages following child birth. For the same attributes of the plant, the tea was also recommended for curing uterine problems(BISTORT, SWEET DOCK Polygonium bistorta_Bistort has a wide range of traditional therapeutic uses, in polyps, to stop bleeding and more.BLACK HAW, Viburnum prunifolium!BLOOD ROOT Sanguinaria canadensisOAn important article was published in the Folk Medicine Journal s 1994 edition regarding various anti-cancer salves that are highly effective, but definitely extremely unconventional in comparison to the usual medications. Among these,  The Black Salve , which contains Blood root as its primary ingredient, was said to be very famousCACTUSCOLEUS Forhohlii-The isolated compound forskolin is known to possess many beneficial effects and further research conducted by an Indo-German comp< any suggested that forskolin was indeed a very potent medication and could be employed in treating different disorders such as glaucoma, heart failure, and bronchial asthma-CLUB MOSS, CLUBFOOT MOSS, Polygonium clavatumDisorders like kidney stones and urinary tract infections were once treated using remedies that contained both the spores and the whole club moss plant*CINCHONA BARK, QUININE TREE, Cinchona spp.Malaria began to be controlled to a great degree only with the eventual development of a synthetic substitute for quinine previously only obtainable from the cinchona tree.A highly nutritious, rich in vitamins and minerals(iron, silica, potassium) blood cleansing tonic for weakness, convalescence and anemia. Mild diuretic, aiding the removal of bladder stones and the recovery from cystitis. By aiding the excretion of uric acid and reducing water retention, nettles bring relief in gout and arthritis. Nettle root extract promotes healthy urine flow in prostatic hypertrophy.Astringent, haemostatic and antiseptic, the bark of the oak tree is used to stop bleeding and in diarrhoea due to gastroenteritis. The tea can darken the hair, and for that is used by some as a hair rinse.OLIVE LEAF, Olea europeaTOlive leaf extract is known to lower blood pressure and stimulate the immune system.#ORRIS root powder, Iris florentina1Demulcent, aromatic, expectorant, antidiarrhoeal.A gentle sedative and nerves relaxant to help relieve anxiety, irritability, insomnia and panic attacks. Used in nervous states, as asthma, palpitations, high blood pressure, and muscle cramps where nervous overactivity is contributing to the disorder.PAW PAW leaves, Carica papayaCarminative, diaphoretic, stimulant, emmenagogue. Used mainly in female hormonal disorders to stimulate the onset of regular menstrual cycle.Quassia bark has a bitter taste and antiviral, antibacterial, anthelmintic, insecticidal and, according to recent studies, anti-tumour activity. The decoction is used to stimulate appetite, promote digestion, relieve dyspepsia, reduce fever and eliminate parasitic infestations, such as various intestinal worms and malaria. The decoction is sometimes used topically as an insect repellant.Drinking cold raspberry leaf tea as a remedy for diarrhea gives immediate relief The ability of the tanins, contained in the leaves, to tone and strengthen the uterus of a pregnant woman makes raspberry leaves tea the first choice remedy to facilitate childbirthRed clover is a blood purifying herb and as such is used to detoxify the body and treat skin conditions, normally in combination with burdock and yellow dock. Red clover is an expectorant and may be used for spasmodic coughs.REHMANNIA, Rehmannia glutinosaClinical evidence points to hepatoprotective action and a potential role in hepatitis. Clinical work also suggests an antirheumatic and anti-inflammatory actionREISHI, Ganoderma lucidumThe ganoderic acids present in reishi have the ability to lower bloodmellitus and to decrease pressure, blood sugar levels in diabetes levels of cholesterol. Reishi is undergoing clinical investigations for use in some types of cancers.RHODIOLA ROSEAvPopular in Chinese Traditional Medicine forthe strong anti-inflammatory effects, especially in auto-immune disorders..Used as an appetizer, laxative and astringent.SRich natural source of Vitamin C, an immune booster, increasing capillary strength.3Rich natural source of Vitamin C, an immune booster100gm Rosemary is warming and antibacterial, increases circulation to the skin and promotes sweating, thus is a good remedy for fevers and congestion in sinus, colds, asthma and bronchitis. By increasing the flow of blood to the head, rosemary stimulates the brain and heightens concentration, helps prevent and relief migraine headaches. Rosemary stimulates digestion and relieves flatulence and distension.Stimulant, antispasmodic, emmenagogue. Rue is chiefly used to encourage the onset of menstruation. Rue stimulates the muscles of the uterus and promotes menstrual blood flow.Taken at the first signs of colds, sinusitis, loss of voice, tonsilitis and respiratory infections in general, sage helps to clear up congestion and enhances the immune system. Also used to dry up nursing mothers. Two cups of warm sage tea daily for up to a week generally dries up the milk supply. A strong sage tea, rubbed into the hair roots twice a week, will take away gray and help restore the original hair color. SARSAPARILLA, Smilax officinalis?Anti-inflammatory and cleansing, used for skin problems such as eczema, psoriasis and acne, as well as for relief in arthritis and gout. It has testosterogenic action on the body, leading to increased muscle bulk, as well as progesterogenic action, making it beneficial in depression associated with PMS and menopause. %SAW PALMETTO berries, Sabal serrulata]Saw palmetto has the ability to strengthen the neck of the bladder and to reduce enlarged prostate glands. Saw palmetto is used chiefly as a diuretic to improve urine flow and as a urinary antiseptic in cystitis. Saw palmetto combines well with horsetail and hydrangea in the treatment of prostate infection. Tonic, diuretic, sedative, and anabolic.+SCHISANDRA, Wu-wei-zi, Schisandra chinensisBest known as sexual tonic and as adaptogen,usedforincreasing the body's resistance to disease and stress. Schisandra stimulates the nervous system, speedsup reflex responses and improves mental clarity. The berries are thought to be useful in the treatment of depression, and are known to help improve irritability and forgetfulness. Schisandra protects the liver and is beneficial in hepatitis. Daily dose: 1-5 gm of dried fruit. SENNA leaves, Cassia marilandicaIf your bowels are hopelessly blocked up, and nothing else seems to work, then cold senna leaves tea will surely clean you out fast in a few hours. To prevent excessive cramping, mix the herb with equal amount of Cinnamon powder before adding the water.SENNA pods, Cassia fistulaMilder laxative than the aboveSHEEP'S SORREL Rumex acetosella SHEEP'S SORREL,Rumex acetosellaOne of the best herbal teas for arresting hemorrhage, used for bleeding of all kinds, from nosebleeds to heavy uterine bleeding and blood in the urine. This is also one of the very best teas to drink after childbirth. Drink cold.wThe powdered inner bark of the slippery elm is wonderfully soothing for the mucous membranes throughout the body. It makes a good remedy for gastritis, acidity, peptic ulcers, colitis, enteritis and for diarrhea. It will relieve nasal and bronchial catarrh, and soothe a dry irritating cough. Slippery elm also works very well as a "drawing" poultice for boils and splinters.125gm500gm"SKULLCAP, Scutellaria lateriflora Rich in minerals for a healthy nervous system, an excellent nerve tonic during stress and in all states of nervous tension, agitation, anxiety, insomnia and depression. Has muscle relaxant effect, useful in twitching, trembling, convulsions or anxiety trigerred palpitations. Skullcap aids withdrawal from tranquilizers and antidepressants and is often combined with hormone balancing herbs in PMS and menopause.SOAPWORT, Saponaria officinalisA natural ingredient for preparation of soap, best-known for the ability to form a soaplike lather. Popularly called bouncing bet in America, soapwort is rich in saponins, which are natural cleaning agents.SPEARMINT, Mentha spicataStimulant, antispasmotic, carminative. A flavouring and culinary herb, very similar in pharmacologycal action and uses to peppermint (Mentha piperita). Recent studies have shown that a few cups of the tea daily are beneficial in hirsuitism (male pattern hair growth in women).A tea prepared from the dried flowering plant serves as a diuretic and expectorant (to bring up phlegm) and a blood cleanser of benefit in skin infections and eczema.SQUAWVINE, Mitchella repensOne the best remedies for preparing the uterus for child birth. For this purpose this herb should be taken under professional supervision, for some weeks before the child is due, thus ensuring a sa< fe birth. Squaw Vine may also be used for the relief of painful periods and colitis.)STEVIA leaf, Honeyleaf, Stevia rebaudianawThe leaves of this shrub from Latin America are "honey" sweet, and widely used as a better natural alternative to sugar STEVIA POWDER100 gm"STONE root, Collinsonia canadensisAnxiolytic, sedative, antiinflammatory and anti-depressant. St. John's wort is one of the most valuable European medicinal plants for nervous problems. Herbalists have long used it as a tonic for anxiety, tension, insomnia, and depression particularly that associated with menopause.One of the best herbs to stimulate the liver metabolism, purify and protect the liver from damage from various toxic substances like alcohol, drugs, etc. It is highly recommended for all kind of liver disorders, including chronic hepatitis.!SWEET SUMACH bark, Rhus aromaticaSUNDEW, Drosera longifoliaTaheebo has strong antinflammatory effect, especially in the stomach and intestines, thus it used in a wide range of inflammatory conditions, as cystitis and prostatitis. Studies have shown evidence of antifungal(Candida) and anti-cancer activity as well.TANSY, Tanacetum vulgareThe dried leaves and flowering tops of tansy are used usually in the form of a tea, as an anthelmintic (expels worms), particularly in children. Tansy is sometimes combined with other herbs for symptomatic relief of enlarged prostate.THUJA, Thuja occidental Traditionally used as an immune stimulant,antimicrobial, anti-fungal, a bladder-toning urinary antiseptic, diuretic and an expectorant. Large internal doses of Thuja may result in toxicity. Thuja is safe and effective to use externally for fungal infections and warts.THYME, Thymus vulgarisThe antiseptic and tonic properties of thyme make it a useful for the immune system in throat and chest infections, such as bronchitis, whooping cough and pleurisy. Thyme is also prescribed with other herbs for asthma, especially in children.TRIBULUS terestris extract2tribulus terestris extract, 8:1 concentrate powderbest known for the strong anti-inflammatory effect when inflammation is present, as in arthritis, gout and other conditions. turmeric is also believed to have anti cancer effect and it is being investigated in oral, lung, and breast cancer studiesVALERIAN, Valeriana officinalisWidely used to allay pain, nervous unrest, migraines and insomnia. It has an excellent sedative, anti-spasmodic, and some blood pressure lowering action.VERVAIN, Verbena officinalisA sacred plant for the Druids, Romans, and Egyptians used since ancient times. Vervain is a bitter herb which aids digestion and has a nervine, calming effect. It is believed to act as an aphrodisiac as well.VIOLET, VIOLA ODORATAExpectorant and demulcent action used for treating coughs, chest colds, and congestion. The tea is also beneficial for chronic skin disorders and as a gentle circulatory and immunestimulant. The flowers and leaves are used in British herbal medicine to treat breast and stomach cancer.WALNUT, Juglans regia@Alterative, laxative, antiseptic. Black walnut bark helps relieve constipation and is useful against fungal and parasitic infections. It is used to expel, rather than kill, worms during the normal course of laxative-induced cleansing of the body. It may also help to eliminate warts, which are growths caused by viruses.WILD INDIGO, Baptisia tinctoria!WILD CHERRY bark, Prinus serotinaWILD YAM, DIOSCOREA VILLOSA A source of bioidentical progesterone.Reduces inflammation and pain, relaxes stiff muscles in the affected area, helps to relieve cramps and colic, and can be an effective treatment for arthritis,gallbladder inflammation, irritable bowel syndrome, and diverticulitis.Witch hazel tightens and tones the muscle organs, such as bladder and the walls of blood vessels, reduces inflammation and mucus discharge and stops bleeding. It is therefore the remedy for varicose veins and hemorrhoids, beneficial in diarrhoea and for toning of prolapsed bladder.KAlso known as Indian ginseng, with the vitalizing properties of ginseng in rejuvenating and energizing the human body, preserving memory and mental clarity and supporting the adrenal and pituitary glands in times of stress and illness. Withania has anti-inflammatory, pain relieving effects in auto-immune conditions and arthritis.An excellent remedy for those with weak, sluggish digestion, toxins and congestion in the gut, liver problems The chamazulene in the volatile oil has an anti-inflammatory effect in the digestive tract. Wormwood boosts the immune system, detoxifies the body and clears heat and congestion. Drink the hot tea (best mixed with mint for flavor) for colds and flu, chronic fevers, food poisoning, catarrh, skin problems and arthritis.YARROW, Achillea millefolium'Slica rich, antinflammatory, antisepticand healing, used to stop internal or external bleeding and promote healing. Yarrow stimulates the appetite, enhances digestion, curbs diarrhea and stems bleeding from the lining of the gut, reduces excessive menstrual flow,muscle cramps, wind and colic.YELLOW DOCK , Rumex crispusEXTRACT 6:1 powderYUCCA leaves powderLNerve relaxing and uplifting herb suitable for irritability and mood swings.ZIZYPHUS seed, Zizyphus jujuba-MEDICINAL TEA BLENDS & FLUID EXTRACTS BLENDS TEAS $AUDML Alfamint TeaA mix of alfalfa and mint, combining the acid-neutralising effect of alfalfa with the soothing stomach properties of peppermintBlood Pressure Blend @Mistletoe, Couchgrass, Yarrow, Hawthorn, Knotgrass, and BarberryBlood Purification BlendA blood - cleansing blend promoting detoxification and healthy skin. Contains Nettle, Echinacea, Sarsaparilla, Meadowsweet, Violet, Burdock and Dandelion. -Chapparal, Gotu Kola and Red cloverTea BlendChapparal, Gotu Kola and Red cloverTea Blend: Special Blood Cleansing Blend, considered beneficial in alternative cancer treatments Cholesterol {Barberry, Hawthorne, Globe artichoke, Dandelion, Fringe tree, Frangula, Red yeast rice, Guggul, Frangula, Celandine, GarlicCold and Flu BlendA herbal blend to strengthen natural immunity and relieve the symptoms of cold and flu. Contains Peppermint leaves, Elder flowers, Yarrow, Birch, LimeTree flowers, Echinacea. Cysts BlendWe make herbal and homoeopathic blends for cysts and boils in general, using the herbs traditionallyproven effective,to purify the blood and rid the body of the condition. Such blend may contain extracts of Red clover, Pennyroyal, Goldenseal, Wild yam, Viola, and Thuja.Depression BlenduThe traditional approach for lifting the mood naturally involves the use of St John's wort (Hypericum), Gingko biloba, Damiana, Scullcap, Oats, and Lavender. We also recommend 5-HTP capsules, tyrosine supplements and tyrosine rich nutrients, such as broad beans and herring. The above are not to be taken together with prescription andidepressants without doctor's advice.  DiabetesA blend for maintaing healthy blood sugar levels and circulation, with Fenugreek seeds, Gymnema, Cinnamon bark, Korean Ginseng, and Gingko biloba.DiureticbA blend for elimination of water retention - contains Buchu, Horsetail, Bearberry, and Couchgrass.Essiac or E-DropsOA special combination of Burdock Root, Rhubarb Root, Sheep Sorrel, Slippery Elm Endometriosis and Fibroids BlendEndometriosis is the presence of uterine tissue outside its usual location on the inner lining of the uterus, often characterized by lower abdominal pain and longer periods with excessive blood loss. Both Endometriosis and Fibroids call for herbs promoting hormonal balance, reducing muscle cramping, pain and blood loss and toning the uterus. Our special blend is a combination of such: Chaste tree or Vitex, Wild yam, Scullcap, Pennyroyal, Lady Mantle, Violet, and more.Gallstones (Cholelithiasis)Amongst themost commonly prescribed herbal remedies for gallstones are the following: Barberry, Boldo, Marshmallow, Fringe tree, Goldeseal, Balmony, and Black root. Hoxsey Drops 3Blood, Lymphatic and Glandular Alterative herbs, used by the < renowned herbalist Harry Hoxsey: Red Clover blossom, Chaparral herb, Licorice root, Buckthorn bark, Burdock root, Stillingia root, Poke root, Barberry root, Oregon Grape root, Cascara Sagrada bark, Prickly Ash bark, Wild Indigo root and Sea Kelp.Liver& GallbladderContains herbs enhancing liver, gallbladder, and intestinal detoxification and metabolism - Broom, Chelidonium, Dandelion, Frangula, Peppermint, St Marys thistle seeds and , Senna pods.Menopause Drops!Ablend from herbal extracts with phyto-oestrogenic and progestogenic compounds, an effective and more natural remedy for relief of hot flushes and other symptoms of menopause or female hormonal imbalance. Contains Black cohosh, Damiana, Wild yam, Dong Quai, Zizyphus, and other extracts.Nerves or InsomniaContains herbs with gentle calming and relaxing effect on the nerves - aromatic Peppermint leaves, Passion flower, Scullcap, Mistletoe, organic Chammomile, and french Lavender. ParasitesA popular blend for elimination of parasitic infestations - Black walnut leaves and green hulls, Cloves, and Wormwood, with Chinese Wormwood (Artemisia annua) for enhanced activity.PCOS A specialPCOS blendis also available.Herbs, known to be beneficialin polycystic ovarian syndrome include Fenugreek, Gymnema, Cinnamon, Black cohosh, and Cordyceps, all working towards female hormonal balance and lower blood sugar levels.Pregnancy drops These are made of herbal extracts helping women to concieve and go through healthy pregnancy. The formula contains herbal extracts of Black cohosh, Sarsaparilla, Dong quai, Helonias, Gingko biloba, and Ginger and have been proven successful by many customers.We also recommend our Male drops to be taken by the male partner to increase sperm count, mobility, and viability, thus improve the chance for conception.Rheuma (Arthritis)Blendofherbs reducing system acidity, pain and inflammation due to arthritis, gout, and rheumatism - Nettle, Viola leaves, Frangula, Celery seeds, Burdock, and HorsetailSlimmingA blend of herbs promoting healthy metabolism and detoxification - Couchgrass, Fenugreek,Frangula, Gymnema, Kelp, and Siberian Ginseng.StomachFine, aromatic tea blend for soothing the nerves and the stomach lining, reducing acidity, bloating, and cramping, and promoting regularity - contains Aniseed, organic Chamomile, Fennel seeds, Superblue Lavender, Meadowsweet, and Liquorice.Tobacco Free Smoking Blend}This blend contains herbs with beneficial effects on the lungs when used for smoking: Rosemary, Lavender, Coltsfoot, Lobelia Thyroid* for both hypo- and hyper-thyroid functionVisionA blend with Eyebright(Euphrasia), Gingko Biloba, Bilberry and other herbal extracts rich in antioxidants, improving the flow of blood and nutrients to the eye nerves$AUDPRODUCT DESCRIPTIONNEWTON'S LIQUID PRODUCTS26.6510.50Propolis is a natural antibiotic, a remedy to be taken or applied topically as a tincture, CREAM or lotion to fight infections and strengthen immunity. Myrrh tincture is most valuable for healing the gums and mouth tissues and quick recovery after dental surgery.3Albizia, Astragalus, Baical Skullcap, Brahmi,Burdock, Chamomile, Calendula, Clivers, Dandelion, Fennel, Gingko, Gotu kola, Hawthorn, Horsetail, Juniper, Lemon balm, Liquorice, Neem, Nettle, Pau D'Arco(Taheebo), Pennywort, Peppermint, Sage, St Mary's thisle, Withania, Turmeric, Yarrow, Yellow Dock and more7Angelica, Albizia, Aloe, Astragalus, Asparagus, Barberry, Berberis,Boldo, Burdock, Cayenne, Chamomile, Calendula, Crataegus, Hawthorn, Eyebright, Echinacea purpurea, Gingko, Ginger, Guayacum, Saw Palmetto, Shatavari, St Johns wort, St Mary's thistle, Nettle, Olive leaf, Withania, Yellow dock, Yarrow, and more3Kidney Stones mixture and Newtons Milk of Magnesia Adrenal Tonic, Appetite Tonic, Energy Tonic, Iron Tonic, Nerves Tonic, Low Blood Pressure Tonic, Nursing Mothers Tonic, Slimming Tonic, Asthma & Bronchitis Syrup, Linctus 33, Pectoral, Swedish Bitters, Neutralizing cordial, Worming Syrup, Baby Colic SyrupSINGLE HOMOEOPATHIC TINCTURESSELECTED MOTHER TINCTURESSINGLE HERBAL TINCTURESPROPOLIS & MYRRH TINCTURESA. 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HERBAL EXTRACTS HERBAL & HOMOEOPATHIC BLENDS FLOWER WATERSbROSE, JASMINE, LAVENDER, ORANGE, MANDARIN, NEROLI,PEPPERMINT, WITCH HAZEL, TEA TREE AND MUCH MORE#CONCENTRATED AROMATIC FLOWER WATERS]ROSE, JASMINE, LAVENDER, ORANGE, MANDARIN, NEROLI,PEPPERMINT, WITCH HAZEL, TEA TREE AND MORESINGLE FLOWER REMEDIES-SINGLE AUSTRALIAN and ENGLISH FLOWER REMEDIESlitreJRESCUE,SLEEPRESCUE,EMERGENCY,CONFID, GREENESSENCE,JETLAG,MEDITATIONSIZEmlUNIT MISCELANEOUSFLOWER ESSENCES' BLENDSAngina, Arthritis, Skin & Blood purification, Blood pressure, Bronchitis, Cholesterol, Cold & Flu,Cyst, Diabetes, Essiac, Fibroids, Endometriosis, Sinus, Heart,Kidney & Bladder, Hoxsey, Liver & Gallbladder, Immune, Memory, Menopause, Migraine, Natural Antibiotic, Nerves, Pregnancy, Prostate, Psoriasis, Reckeweg, Shingles, Sluggish Metabolism Slimming Drops, Tinnitus, Thyroid, Vision and moreMEDICINAL HERBS:TEASMLTINCTUREEXTRACTAGRIMONY Agrimonia eupatoria A mild diuretic and a bitter tonic, agrimony stimulates digestion and is used for liver, kidney, prostate and bladder problems. Traditionally, the tea is used as a wash for healing wounds and for enlarged prostate disease.70.0gm 1.0kgALFALFA, Medicago sativa Alfalfa is rich source of vitamins, minerals, and bioflavonoids, a popular natural antacid and a mild diuretic, traditionally used as an aid to the treatment of gout & arthritis70gm 1kgALBIZIA, AlbiziaLebbeckThe stem bark isused toreliefthe severity of allergic symptoms,such as inhayfever and asthma, as well as dermatitis and urticaria. May help to lower cholesterol.70gmALOE leaf, Aloebarbadensis zThe fluid extract is excellent for relief from constipation plays a detoxifying role in liver cleanse formulas and blends.!ANGELICA, Angelica archangelica Serves as a warming tonic for indigestion, gas, stomach colic and bronchitis. Improves blood flow to the peripheral parts of the body thus is beneficial in conditions of narrowed arteries of hands and feet, as in Buerger's disease1 kgARJUNA, TERMINALIA ARJUNA(BAICAL SCULLCAP, Scutellaria baicalensisAntioxidant and anti-inflammatory, brings relief in allergy-mediated conditions like asthma, hay fever, eczema, and dermatitis. Lowers the blood pressure in hypertension. +BALM, LEMON BALM, Mellissa officinalis Balm hasgentle calming effect on tense nerves and intestinal colic, acidity and flatulence and uplifting effect in depression.Has antiviral effect against the Herpes virus and helps to bring down to normal the levels of thyroid hormones in overactive thyroid disease (BARBERRY root & bark, Berberis vulgaris Barbery is an antimicrobial, antiparasitic, choleretic and cholagogue herbal remedy. Also a bitter tonic, specific for digestive liver Insufficiency, gall stones and gall bladder complaints like cholecystitis.BAYBERRY bark, Myrica ceriferaBayberry has some antimicrobial, astringent and soothing effect on inflamed mucose tissues and the tea may be used as a throat gargle for sore throats.(BASIL,HOLLY BASIL, Holiocimum basillicaThe highly aromatic basil tea eases flatulence, stomach cramps, colic, and indigestion. Valued for its anti-fungal, anti-bacterial and vermifuge(expelling worms) properties.BEDSTRAW, Galium verum/Bedstraw promotes the lymphatic flow and the kidneys, aiding the elimination of toxins. Bedstraw is a blood cleanser and will be of benefitwhen added to the treatment of conditions, requiring enhanced blood purification, such as kidney and skin infections, swollen lymphatic glands or water retention.BENZOIN GUM, Sumatra benzoin*Benzoin gum is strongly antiseptic and astringent and is used externally on wounds and ulcers to tighten and disinfect the affected tissue. Benzoin gum is an ingredient of Friar's Balsam, an antiseptic and expectorant steam <inhalation for sore throats, head and chest colds, asthma, and bronchitis.BILBERRY, Vaccinium myrtillusBilberry contains blood sugar lowering compounds (glucoquinones) and chromium and is rich in vitamin C and bioflavonoid antioxidants, contributing to better blood sugar control in diabetes, better vision, and improved circulationBIRCH, Betula verrucosaBitter and astringent, birch leaves promote digestion and the tea makes an effective mouthwash and gargle for sore gums, mouth or throat or used as a topical solution to areas of psoriasis and eczema.BLACKBERRY, Rubus fructicosusBlackberries have a delightful flavor and are rich in antioxidants and vitamins A and C, giving blackberry tea its medicinal properties. 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