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…the chlorophyll molecule is structurally very similar to human hemoglobin, the molecule that imparts a red pigment to our red blood cells. The difference between the two is that chlorophyll carries a magnesium atom at its center, whereas hemoglobin carries iron. Like iron, chlorophyll can help the body to build red blood cells and thus increase oxygen availability. It energizes and revitalizes the body and is helpful for fatigue, shortness of…

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What is Garlic? (Allium sativum) Since before the pyramids were built in Egypt, Garlic has been used as both a food and natural health supplement. Garlic was famously used during the plague in Europe and in both World Wars to guard against attacks on the immune system. It's no surprise, therefore, that one of the most popular uses of Garlic is in helping to maintain a strong immune system. If you deal with stress on a regular basis, you know…

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…imbalances can weaken our system and eventually lead to immune dysfunction, blood sugar imbalances, thyroid problems, water imbalances, high or low blood pressure, inflammation, and other problems. American Ginseng contains compounds called ginsenosides which confer many of its beneficial health properties, including the ability to help maintain healthy blood sugar levels. It increases energy, vigor and vitality (including sexual vitality),…

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…vasodilating (opens up blood vessels), especially upon the smaller capillaries in the peripheral tissues, and in the extremities (hands and feet). This makes it valuable for helping to promote a sweat during fevers - for detoxification and for Raynaud's syndrome (chronic cold hands and feet). The improved circulation helps to loosen up tight muscles and, as a vasodilator, it may help to regulate healthier blood pressure. What is Ginger Root…

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