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Antioxidants and Immune System
Echinacea – Echinacea has long been esteemed as a powerful immune system stimulator providing significant therapeutic value. It is perhaps most famous for its ability to cut the chances of catching the common cold by up to 58% and in reducing its duration by 1 – 2 days.
Black Elderberry – Black elderberries are prized for their health benefits and provide powerful immune support. They’re a natural source of vitamins C, E, and A, and are packed with free-radical-fighting antioxidants.
Turmeric (Curcumin) – Curcumin has been shown to be a robust scavenger of oxygen free radicals, which are chemically active molecules that cause damage to the body’s cells. Free radical damage, along with inflammation, is a key driver of cardiovascular disease, so curcumin can play a part in preventing and managing heart disease.
Anxiety and Stress
Lemon Balm – Lemon balm has been used as far back as the Middle Ages to reduce stress and anxiety, promote sleep, improve appetite, and ease pain and discomfort from indigestion (including gas and bloating, as well as colic).
Passionflower – Passionflower has been shown to boost gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) levels in the brain, thereby lowering brain activity, which may help you relax and sleep better.
Valerian Root – Research suggests valerian root may help improve sleep quality, reduce anxiety, improve symptoms of OCD, and reduce hyperactive behavior in adults with ADD/ADHD.
Blood Pressure Support and Heart Health
Celery Seed – Studies show that celery extract can help prevent stroke, lower blood pressure and reduce plaque in arteries. Containing high levels of coumarins, celery helps lower the number of stress hormones in the body, which in turn reduces the symptoms of hypertension
Hibiscus Flower – Some studies show that hibiscus may reduce cholesterol levels — a risk factor of heart disease. In one study, people who drank hibiscus tea experienced an increase in “good cholesterol” (high-density lipoproteins) and a decrease in “bad cholesterol” (low-density lipoproteins).
Mistletoe – Mistletoe is classed as “hypotensive”, meaning it can lower blood pressure. Its ability to lower blood pressure helps prevent pressure on the cardiovascular system which in turn prevents the chances of shrinkage of the arteries. This action can help to prevent coronary heart disease and strokes.
Digestion, Bloating and Constipation
Ginger Root – Ginger reduces nausea through a direct effect on the stomach rather than on the central nervous system. Also known as the ‘warming herb’, ginger increases the heat generation in body that can help speed up sluggish digestion.
Peppermint – Peppermint is wonderful for nausea. Its calming and numbing effect relaxes your stomach muscles so that bile can break down fats, and food can move through the stomach quickly.
Fennel Seed – Fennel has been shown to help with digestion by reducing inflammation in the bowels and decreasing bacteria that cause gassiness. Fennel seeds also reduce inflammation. This may help soothe swelling or irritation in the intestines and improve digestion.
Energy and Endurance
Ashwagandha Root – Ashwagandha may significantly impact athletic performance by improving heart and lung capacity while increasing energy levels. Not only is this useful for regular exercise, it is also helpful for people who struggle with energy levels or those with fatigue-related conditions.
Siberian Ginseng – also known as Eleuthero root, has a positive effect on the metabolic state through maintenance of normal glucocorticoid activity of the adrenal glands and increased brain catecholamine neurotransmitter formation, both important for energy production and motivation of physical activity.
Ginkgo Biloba – Ginkgo’s ability to increase blood flow to various parts of the body makes it popular as a cognitive aid while increasing focus and drive. It’s great for those with high-demand, fast-paced lifestyles, who are constantly on-the-go.
Insomnia and Sleep Support
Chamomile – Chamomile is widely recognized as a mild tranquilizer and sleep-inducer. It’s thought to increase brain neurotransmitter activity (serotonin, dopamine, and noradrenaline) and thereby promote relaxation, sleep, and a sense of calm.
Valerian Root – Researchers determined that valerian root can likely improve sleep and reduce anxiety in many people. Valerian root supplements have been found to help people fall asleep faster, improve their sleep quality, and spend more time in a deep sleep stage
Burdock Root – Burdock root has been shown to heal liver cells from damage caused by alcohol, acetaminophen, or other liver-damaging toxins. It also promotes glutathione activity, an important antioxidant .
Milk Thistle – Milk thistle helps stop oxidative stress and free radical damage in the liver. Research shows milk thistle restores damaged cells. Silymarin, contained in milk thistle seeds, also protects the liver against damage from alcohol and some prescription drugs.
Dandelion Root – The polysaccharides in dandelion are known to reduce stress on the liver and support its ability to produce bile. They also help filter potentially harmful chemicals out of food during digestion. Dandelion is also a good source of Vitamin C, one of the most helpful vitamins for the immune system.
Licorice Root – Licorice root is both an expectorant and demulcent. It simultaneously soothes your airways while loosening and thinning mucous, easing congestion and inflammation of airways or throat. Due to its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial effects, licorice root extract may aid many upper respiratory conditions.
Marshmallow Root – Due to its soothing and decongestant effects on the respiratory tract, marshmallow root can alleviate swelling and inflammation of airways to loosen and open them, making breathing more comfortable.
Mullein – Mullein has been used traditionally as a remedy for the respiratory tract, including bronchitis. It works as an expectorant, meaning it helps expel mucus. Expectorant herbs help loosen bronchial secretions and make elimination of mucus easier.
Memory and Brain Function
St. John’s Wort
Linden Leaf and Flower