This herb was traditionally used by the North American Indians to relieve menstrual pain and cramping due to its relaxant and antispasmodic actions.Antispasmodic Traditionally used to aid in the relief of menstrual pain and cramping
This combination of herbs promotes the body’s natural immunity and may be beneficial for those who have experienced prolonged illness or as a pre-winter immune booster.Traditionally been used to support a healthy immune system
Gotu Kola is regarded as the most widely used herb in Indian Medicine. It is used as a nerve tonic. An old Indian proverb translated reads; A leaf or two a day will keep old age away. Gotu Kola is a creeping marsh plant that contains no cola or
Therapeutic Use May help to maintain healthy blood sugar levels already in the normal range. May have a suppressing effect on the taste buds, making sugar cravings less desirable which may help to reduce appetite.
The liver is the second largest organ (after the skin) and the largest gland in the body. It plays many important roles, the most well-known one being its role in detoxification. In addition to detoxification it performs over five hundred separate
Magnesium Complex combines three easily absorbed magnesium compounds; orotate, citrate and amino acid chelate to assist in meeting the daily requirement of this essential mineral. Vitamin B6 is added as it supports the cellular uptake and
MSM and Glucosamine provides a significant source of Glucosamine sulfate (4%), a component of healthy joint, and the organic sulfur MSM (methylsulfonylmethane) 2%, an important component of the body's tissues. This deep penetrating formula
Pau D'arco, or Lapacho, and sometimes referred to as Taheebo: for treating skin conditions due to its profound anti-fungal, anti-microbial activity and astringent effect that creased an antagonistic environment for fungal profiliferation.
Pau D’Arco, also known as Taheebo or Lapacho, is a South American tree with a native tradition of use of the bark as an antifungal agent and to assist general well-being.Traditionally used as an antifungal May assist in general health and well being
Pau D’Arco (also referred to as Taheebo or Lapacho) comes to us from Brazil , and has been used for medicinal purposes for centuries by the native Indians of Brazil. The trees are renowned for their durable timber and resistance to insect and
Raspberry leaf has traditionally been used in pregnancy as a partus preparator, which is taken in the third trimester to help prepare the uterus for labour and assist with the process of childbirth. Traditionally used:During the third trimester of pregnancyto help prepare the uterus for labour and delivery As a uterine tonic
Rose hips comes from the rose plant and are the part that remains once the petals have fallen off. They are one of the richest natural plant sources of vitamin C, along with smaller amounts of vitamins A and B and bioflavonoids.Naturally rich in Vitamin C and bioflavonoids
Sarsaparilla, a native of America, was historically used by the Indians for its ‘alterative’ properties. As an alterative. Sarsaparilla assists the body’s cleansing processes and is therefore of particular use in skin conditions.Traditionally used for:Dry flaky skin conditions Temporary relief of frequent urination in adult males, particularly at night
Each of these herbs have been used traditionally in Western Herbal Medicine for their sedative properties, and can help to promote restful sleep. This formula may also help to ease tension and mild anxiety.Relief of sleeplessness Contains herbs traditionally used as sedatives
Turmeric’s active compound curcumin has anti-inflammatory properties, which may assist in the relief of joint inflammation, swelling and stiffness of arthritis. Curcumin is also a potent antioxidant providing protection against free radical activity.Joint pain and inflammation Antioxidant High in Curucmin C3 Complex – leading scientific studies
Withania, also called Ashwagandha, is an important herb with a long history of use in Ayurvedic Medicine. In Hindi, the name ‘Ashwagandha’ means ‘horse smell’, referring more to the horse’s strength and health rather than its smell. It is an adaptogenic herb.AdapotogenicTraditionally used for:Vitality Endurance Stressful times