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What is Thyroid Support? Thyroid Support is a vegetarian formulation designed to provide nourishing and restorative support for healthy thyroid function. It contains a comprehensive blend of thyroid-supportive herbs and nutrients that have traditionally been used to help normalize underactive thyroid function and support healthy metabolism. These include Ashwagandha, Gotu Kola, Bacopa, Kelp and other herbs, along with specific nutrients important…

$34.95

What is Blood Sugar Harmony? Blood Sugar Harmony is a comprehensive blend of herbs and nutrients that have been traditionally used to help maintain healthy blood sugar balance, improve insulin sensitivity, and protect against complications related to elevated blood sugar levels. These include Cinnamon, Bitter Melon, Gymnema, Fenugreek seed, and Opuntia cactus, along with the important mineral, chromium. Cinnamon has long been used to help a wide…

$19.95

What is Ashwagandha? (Withania somnifera) According to Ayurveda, the ancient healing system of India, Ashwagandha is considered the premier herb for imbalances of ‘vata.' These are conditions that generally correspond to the nervous system, which is why Ashwagandha is beneficial for helping to calm the mind and ease anxiety, balance the nervous system, and help promote a general sense of wellbeing. Ashwagandha is an 'adaptogen,'…

$23.95

What is Eleuthero? (Eleutherococcus senticosus) Used for over 2000 years in China and Russia to improve physical stamina and endurance and strengthen the immune system, Eleuthero has become one of the most popular herbs in North America - and for good reason. It is one of our best herbs for stress management, immune system support, and fatigue. Too much stress creates biochemical changes in the body that can cause a host of problems, including…

$13.95

What is Licorice Root? (Glycyrrhiza glabra) Licorice has been used since the times of the ancient Egyptians, Hindus, Greeks, Romans, Babylonians and Chinese - it's even said that Alexander the Great supplied his troops with sticks of this root to alleviate thirst and boost energy levels before battle. The uses for Licorice Root are vast and varied, so it is for good reason that it has earned the title, "Grand Tonic of the World."…

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What is Passion Flower? (Passiflora incarnata) Passion Flower is a wonderfully relaxing herb for both the mind and body. It helps facilitate sleep for those who have insomnia, calms nervousness and restlessness, and reduces muscle pain from overexertion, vigorous workouts, and fibromyalgia. Passion Flower is also mildly antidepressant and mood-elevating. It has a long history of use during times of stress and anxiety, and supports the nervous…

$24.95

What is Propolis? Propolis is a unique substance created naturally by honey bees. One of the reasons bees make Propolis is because of its natural anti-septic ability... which helps protect their hives from outside bacteria. Although bees create Propolis, they're not the only ones who use it. Humans have used Propolis for hundreds of years to help deal with a variety of health complaints. Traditionally it's been used for a wide variety of…

$16.95

What is Skullcap? (Scutellaria lateriflora) Named for the two lips of its flowers which resemble the ‘skullcap’ worn by warriors of medieval times, Skulllcap's gentle, sedative action helps to calm the nervous system and relax the entire body. Historically, Skullcap was known as “mad dog” for its use in treating the spasmed, twitching muscles caused by rabies infection from the bite of a rabid ("mad") dog, a…

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What is Slippery Elm bark (Ulmus fulva)? Nature's digestive soother, the Slippery Elm tree (also known as Indian Elm) is native to North America. The bark of the Slippery Elm tree has been used hundreds of internally and externally to help with a number of health complaints. It is probably best known for helping to soothe painful digestive issues. Why is it so useful for digestive complaints? Slippery Elm contains mucilage, a thick, natural,…

$13.95

What is Wormwood used for? * Assists in parasite elimination * Supports digestion * Encourages bowel function regularity * Helpful aid to anti-Candida programs What is the recommended dosage? Take 15 to 60 drops, 2 to 3 times a day in juice or water. Wormwood should not be taken in large doses or for longer than four weeks continuously. Side effects of long term use may include insomnia, vomiting, nausea, dizziness, vertigo, convulsions, and…

$13.95

What is Motherwort? (Leonurus cardiaca) Motherwort is an herb in a class of herbs called "emmenagogues", herbs that can help support menstrual flow. Because of this, Motherwort is often used to help ease the symptoms of PMS. And finally, this herb is also considered a "sedative", which is a substance that can help a person relax. Just what a new mother needs! A member of the mint family, this herb contains a chemical called…

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What is Olive Leaf? (Olea europaea) For thousands of years, the leaves of the Olive tree have been used as a natural health remedy in the Mediterranean region. It is used for a wide variety of health complaints, in particular, for strengthening the immune system. Olive Leaf extract is a powerful antimicrobial that has been shown to be effective against a wide variety of disease-causing organisms including bacteria, viruses, and fungi. It is often…

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