This spice is well-known for its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial properties. It may help with arthritis, reduce blood pressure, and lower anxiety.
This herb is used to help encourage bowel movements and bile flow. It helps protect the liver, reduces oxidative stress, and acts as an antioxidant.
White Willow Bark
This bark has been used to reduce pain, fever, and inflammation for centuries. It helps relieve oxidative stress and helps your body produce antioxidants.
This herb smells similar to sage and has been used in traditional medicine to treat digestive issues. Wormwood has high antioxidant capacity and helps fight free radicals. Studies have shown that it may put Crohn’s disease into remission. Other studies show that it may help protect against the effects of heavy metal toxicity.
This root has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Studies have shown that it may help inhibit Borrelia bacteria
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Pau D'Arco Bark
This bark has shown to help reduce pain, swelling, and inflammation. It is antimicrobial, antifungal, and is a diuretic.
Nettles anti-inflammatory properties are shown to help with joint pain and autoimmune issues. It may help lower blood sugar levels, reduce headaches, and improve skin disorders. Studies show it may also reduce pain.
Milk Thistle Seed
Milk thistle has been used in herbal medicine for thousands of years. It helps boost liver function. Phytochemicals from these seeds help improve cell membrane and mitochondrial function, and help fight free radicals. It also has anti-viral properties.
This plant is native to Asia and is used as a flavoring because of its sour taste. It is a rich source of resveratrol, which is known to improve immune function. It also helps lower inflammation and is a potent antioxidant. Recent studies show it may help protect the brain.
This plant is known for its high silica content. Studies show that it may help protect the liver, lower inflammation, and regulate the immune system.
The fruit and berries of this plant have been used for centuries to help with heart failure, high blood pressure, and gut issues. Studies show it may help to lower inflammation, protect the digestive tract, and has antimicrobial properties. The phytochemicals in the leaves are also shown to help promote liver health.
Considered an adaptogenic herb, it has been used for centuries to promote energy and reduce stress. Studies show it may help with immune system function and work as an antidepressant. It may help to suppress cancer growth and help protect the brain from deteriorating.
This mixture of herbs has traditionally been used to treat cancer. Studies show that it has powerful free radical scavenging properties and helps to protect DNA from damage. Tests have also shown that it may help regulate immune system function, reduce inflammation, and provide antioxidant activity.
This botanical is native to South Africa and is also known as “hook plant.” Traditionally it is used for fever, allergies, pain relief, and to stimulate digestive juices.
In folk medicine, it has been used to treat diabetes, hemorrhoids, diarrhea, whooping cough, and gut issues. Studies show that it may help against parasites, retroviruses, viruses, and bacteria. It has high free-radical fighting activity.
Also known as “life-giving vine of Peru” is native to the Amazon rainforest and other tropical areas. It has been used in traditional medicine for thousands of years. Cat’s claw has 32 phytochemicals that have been shown to regulate the immune system, lower inflammation, and help fight viruses. It has high antioxidant properties and helps encourage DNA repair. Recent studies show that cat’s claw may also help promote brain health by preventing harmful plaque formation.
This North American herb contains phytochemicals that help lower inflammation and reduce oxidative stress. It has anti-parasitic properties and studies show it may help to prevent viruses from replicating.
Compounds in Buckthorn Bark help promote detox, bowel movements, and contain antioxidants. Studies show that it has antimicrobial activity as well as helping to break up biofilm.
Black/Green Walnut Hulls
Walnut hulls have significant antioxidant capacity and studies show that it helps inhibit the growth of pathogenic bacteria. They also promote the removal of uric acid from the body. Some studies suggest they may also help remove heavy metals.
This root is valued for helping strengthen the immune and detoxification systems. It has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.
This herb has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine to treat malaria and is also known as sweet wormwood. It contains over 50 different antioxidant compounds to support the body. Artemisia annua is being researched for its anti-cancer properties and hundreds of papers have been published on its anti-parasitic effects.
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