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Acai extract with up to 30 times more antioxidant activity than red wine.
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May help increase liver bile production, which assists the body with blood fat metabolism.
Traditionally used for its adaptogenic benefits and considered a vitality tonic.
Supports healthy eye function
Extract to help with the symptoms of menopause
Helps reduce joint pain associated with osteoarthritis and helps relieve pain and swelling associated with osteoarthritis of the knee.
Promotes healthy glucose metabolism
Helps to enhance cognitive function in adults.
Antioxidant to support good health.
Source of Antioxidants
Used in traditional Chinese medicine to invigorate kidney and strengthen yang. For deficiency of kidney-yang manifested as emission, enuresis and frequent urination.
Clinically shown to support healthy circulation
Provides antioxidants for the maintenance of good health.
Used as a liver protectant.
Oregano oil extract for general health.
Reishi mushroom extract
Physical & Mental Stamina
Relieves urologic symptoms
Shiitake-Maitake extract blend
Provides support for healthy postprandial glucose metabolism
Traditionally used to tonify lungs and for frequent colds.
Herb to help with the symptoms of menopause.
Herb most sought after for its medicinal and astringent properties.
Traditionally used to increase appetite.
Diuretic to help remove accumulated waste products.
Cat's Claw bark helps support the immune system.
Traditional herbal medicine used to aid digestion.
Chamomile flowers have a relaxing effect on the digestive tract
Cranberry helps prevent recurrent urinary tract infections.
Damiana is traditionally used as a nerve tonic and diuretic.
Popular bitter with a long history of use as an herbal remedy.
Echinacea has been clinically shown to support the immune system
Berries and flowers are rich in flavonoids, which are believed to provide therapeutic effects
Relieves Eye Irritation
Licorice-like taste and are offered at the end of a meal to sweeten breath and aid digestion
Increases breast milk production
Traditionally used to support blood vessel tone
Eases stomach discomfort associated with travel and stimulates digestion
Used in herbal medicine as a tonic to help relieve general debility and/or aid during convalescence; to help improve mental and/or physical performance after periods of mental and/or physical exertion.
Traditionally used to help alleviate infectious & inflammatory conditions of the digestive tract
Hawthorn berries helps maintain and/or support cardiovascular health in adults.
Traditionally used in herbal medicine as a diuretic.
Commonly used to help overcome detrimental health habits
Traditionally used in treating urinary and intestinal inflammation.
Ayurvedic herb traditionally used as an antihelmintic (expels parasitic worms)
Nettle is a source of chlorophyll in whole herb form
Iodine from Kelp
A chlorophyll-rich member of the carrot family
Used in Traditional Western Herbalism to help treat sore throats and colds.
A popular herbal supplement, traditionally used by women.
Traditionally used in herbal medicine as a sleep aid.
May help relieve occasional irregularity
Sedative for relief of restlessness or nervousness
Promotes relaxation and helps support restful sleep
Promotes balance in a woman's cycle
Astringent to help relieve diarrhea.
Proprietary blend with an invigorating effect on multiple body systems
Cayenne is combined with Garlic to help maintain good health
Used in herbal medicine to help fight off infections of the upper respiratory tract.
Supports and strengthens circulation and collagen for healthy vascular walls
Aids in the proper waste elimination of the body*
“Are you going to Scarborough Fair?” Released in October of 1966, Simon & Garfunkel’s third album, Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme , is the most successful album in history to be named exclusively after herbs.