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The herbs we use in our products are not intended to cure illness but rather to enhance daily life. Our philosophy encourages the use of our products regularly to assist in sustaining the whole body and unlocking true wellness.

Ashwaganda Root

An exotic Indian herb, Ashwagandha has remarkable stress-relieving properties comparable to those of powerful drugs used to treat depression and anxiety. It improves mental ability, reduces anxiety, lowers cholesterol, reduces negative effects of stress, regulates blood sugar, increases vitality, and increases white blood count. Even more remarkable, emerging evidence suggests that Ashwagandha has anti-cancer benefits as well. The herb may also protect the brain from the oxidative stress that leads to neurodegeneration.

Blackberry Leaf

Much of the antioxidant power of blackberry leaf tea can be attributed to its high concentration of flavonoids. In fact, a Polish study found that blackberry leaves contain even more flavonoids than raspberry leaves. Flavonoids are one of the most researched phytochemicals, and evidence suggests that these powerful compounds may help reduce the risk of fatal cardiovascular problems and relieves mucous membrane inflammation.

Burdock Root

Burdock has an ancient and respected reputation as a nutritive liver tonic that helps to clean and build the blood, while its diuretic action of burdock helps in the elimination of waste materials. Taken internally, this root promotes sweating and the elimination of harmful high levels of uric acid via the kidneys. The roots, leaves, and seeds of burdock can all be used, but in commercial preparations, you’ll most commonly find the root. Rich in minerals, this plant is used as a food by many cultures.


One of the best remedies for swollen glands, cleavers can help with many lymphatic issues like edema or swelling. It combines well with urinary demulcents to relieve painful bladder and urinary irritations, stones, and gravel, or other obstructions. Cleavers has been used as a common domestic herbal remedy for a number of conditions.


Folk medicine claims the dandelion plant is a powerful healer, used to purify the blood, settle digestion, and prevent piles and gall stones, among other maladies. The fact is the greens of the humble dandelion provide 535 percent of the recommended daily value of vitamin K, which may be the most important source of any other plant-based food to strengthen bones, but may also play a role in fighting Alzheimer’s disease by limiting neuron damage in the brain. Dandelion greens also give the body 112 percent of the daily minimum requirement of vitamin A as an antioxidant carotenoid, which is particularly good for the skin, mucus membranes, and vision. Dandelion greens are also high in fiber, which helps your body shed waste. These greens also contain Vitamins C and B6, thiamin, riboflavin, calcium, iron, potassium, manganese, folate, magnesium, phosphorus, and copper.

Elder Berry

Modern research holds that elderberries may have anti-inflammatory, antiviral, and anticancer properties. One study suggested that the elderberry extract Sambucol could shorten flu duration by up to three days. Elder Berries are full of vitamins that strengthen and support the whole body. Elderberries are reported to be of value as an alternative remedy in rheumatic conditions. They also soothe inflamed nerves and help improve poor circulation, benefit the eyes and upper respiratory system, and contain flavonoids, vitamin C, beta-carotene, potassium, B6, and fiber.


Consumption of Eleuthero and its preparations enhances immunity, increases strength, stimulates sexual function, improves sleep, helps the body during times of oxygen deprivation, enhances cardiovascular function, improves overall athletic performance, and sharpens mental alertness. Probably more than any other herb studied, Eleuthero demonstrates the capacity to improve all aspects of human performance. Classified as an adaptogen, Eleuthero improves general resistance to a wide variety of adverse health influences – especially stress. This effect is believed to be due to its concentration of a unique family of compounds known as eleutherosides.

Fennel Seed

Fennel seeds are concentrated source of minerals like copper, iron, potassium, manganese, selenium, zinc, and magnesium. Furthermore, fennel seeds are the storehouse for many vital vitamins, including vitamin A, vitamin E, vitamin C, and many B-complex vitamins like thiamin, pyridoxine, riboflavin and niacin. Antioxidant properties make fennel seeds a healthy choice when trying to fight cancer-causing free radicals.

Ginger Root

Ginger contains a very potent anti-inflammatory compound called gingerol, which the substance responsible for alleviating joint and muscle pain. According to a study published in the Journal of Medicinal Food, ginger affects certain inflammatory processes at a cellular level. Ginger works on migraines by blocking prostaglandins, which stimulate muscle contractions, controls inflammation in the blood vessels, relaxes the intestinal track, and impacts some hormones.

Gingko Leaf

Ginkgo leaf is believed to help patients who want to improve their circulation. Ginkgo leaf can also assist those who suffer from mental health problems, including Alzheimer’s Disease, panic attacks, depression, mood swings, loss of short term memory, and ADD. Other benefits of the herb include improved learning, enhanced social behavior, better physical function in daily activities, and improved mood. Ginkgo increases cerebral circulation, protects the heart, reduces capillary fragility, balances cardiac functions, prevents formations of blood clots, and helps restore strength and energy.

Hawthorn Leaf and Berry

Hawthorn relaxes smooth muscles of the coronary artery walls and allows more blood to flow into the cells of the heart. Antioxidants, including proanthocyanidins and flavonoids, in hawthorn leaf, flower, and berry strengthen blood vessels and even heal damaged vessel walls. Hence, hawthorns usefulness for atheroscherosis, which contributes to angina and heart attacks. Antioxidants found in hawthorn can neutralize free radicals and may reduce or even help prevent some of the damage they cause.

Green Tea Leaf

Green tea, particularly green tea made from loose leaves, is an excellent source of antioxidants such as catechins. Green tea is rich in theanine, a beneficial amino acid found almost exclusively in Camellia sinensis plants. Research suggests that theanine in tea plants helps boost the immune system and prevent infections. There is some evidence suggesting that people who drink green tea may benefit from superior cardiovascular health, improved brain function, and a lowered risk of cancer.

Holy Basil

Holy basil (Ocimum tenuiflorum) has been used medicinally in India for over years and it’s known there as the “Queen of Herbs.” It can radically and speedily improve anxiety and depression, and reduce stress – both physical and emotional. The exact mechanism of action is yet to be determined although research has shown that holy basil decreases the amount of cortisol released during stress without the adverse side-effects of prescription medications. Holy basil enhances the levels and activities of endogenous antioxidants and antioxidant enzymes including glutathione and superoxide dismutase.

Hibiscus Flower

The health benefits of hibiscus tea include relief from high blood pressure and high cholesterol, as well as digestive, immune system, and inflammatory problems. It can also speed up the metabolism and help in healthy, gradual weight loss. Hibiscus tea is rich in vitamin C, minerals, and various antioxidants, and also helps treat hypertension and anxiety, as well as constipation. Studies have also suggested that the antioxidant properties of hibiscus tea may also help in treating liver disease. Consumption of hibiscus tea can help calm down the nervous system, and it may reduce anxiety and depression by creating a relaxed sensation in the body and mind.

Linden Flower

In herbal medicine, linden tea is recommended to combat anxiety and promote relaxation. A problem that linden tea is known to help with is in clearing up any problems with the gallbladder or digestive system. Another important use of linden tea is its ability to help those suffering common cold and flu sicknesses. Lastly, it calms anxiety, lowers blood pressure, curbs stress, and improves cardiovascular health and digestion.

Lemon Balm Herb

Lemon balm herb is used for nervous agitation, sleeping problems, functional gastrointestinal complaints, menstrual cramps and urinary spasms. It has traditionally been employed against bronchial inflammation, earache, fever, flatulence, headaches, high blood pressure, influenza, mood disorders, palpitations, toothache and vomiting. Studies have also shown a significant reduction in the duration and severity of herpes.


Stinging nettle has been used for hundreds of years to treat painful muscles and joints, eczema, arthritis, gout, and anemia. Today, many people use it to treat urinary problems during the early stages of an enlarged prostate, urinary tract infections, and hay fever. Nettle is particularly effective as a diuretic, so it helps prevent most types of kidney stones, too. By keeping water flowing through the kidneys and bladder, nettle helps keep crystals from forming into stones and washes bacteria away. Stinging nettles protects against hair loss, allergies, osteoarthritis, internal bleeding, uterine bleeding, nosebleeds and bowel bleeding, enlarged spleen, diabetes, endocrine disorders, stomach acid, diarrhea, dysentery, lung congestion, cancer, anti-aging, wound healing, and muscle aches and pains.

Marshmallow Leaf

Marshmallow has expectorant and demulcent properties, which accounts for this herb’s historical use as a remedy for the respiratory tract, particularly in cases of irritating coughs with bronchial congestion. Marshmallow leaf relieves irritation by coating inflamed surfaces. Its primary use in modern herbal medicine is to relieve sore throat, but it also relieves perianal inflammation (when taken orally) caused by severe diarrhea. It also has mild antibacterial, anti-allergy and immune-boosting properties. It is used even in treating bladder stones in some cases, as well as dry skin and scalp.

Red Clover Blossoms

Red clover is a source of many valuable nutrients including calcium, chromium, magnesium, niacin, phosphorus, potassium, thiamine, and vitamin C. It is believed that red clover may help to prevent heart disease in several ways. Although results from human studies are not definite, some show that taking red clover may lower the levels of ‘bad’ low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL) and raise the levels of ‘good’ high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol in the body. In addition, red clover may also promote an increase in the secretion of bile acid. Additionally, red clover contains small amounts of chemicals known as coumarins, which may help keep the blood from becoming thick and gummy.

Orange Peel

Orange peels contain more than 60 types of flavonoids and over 170 different types of phytonutrients, in addition to being rich in various pectins, vitamins, minerals and fiber. Orange peel provides excellent support against respiratory distress and is also found to be effective for treating asthma. It also contains high levels of histamine, reducing compounds and antioxidants, which helps in relieving various respiratory complications like bronchitis, cold, and flu. Plus, it plays an active role in reducing acidity and preventing vomiting and heartburn. Several studies have shown that increased consumption of orange peel in the diet lowers the risk of human cancers, namely skin, breast and colon cancer.

Rhodiola Root

Rhodiola rosea relieves stress through balancing the body’s stress-response system by by acting as an adaptogen—an agent that strengthens the body’s response to physical, mental, and emotional stressors. It is believed that rhodiola enhances thebody’s tolerance to stress by influencing key brain chemicals, such as serotonin and norepinephrine, and natural feel-good opioids such as beta-endorphins. As well as enhancing memory, rhodiola also helps strengthen the body, making it more resilient to challenges such as exercise and fatiguing tasks.


Anyone who has ever suffered from asthma, skin issues, eczema, insomnia, bone weakness, or hypertension may want to consider drinking rooibos tea. The United States Department of Agriculture has confirmed many of the health benefits of drinking rooibos tea including its ability to reduce the risk of various types of cancer, heart disease, and premature aging. It’s also a great tea to drink when suffering from stomach cramps or other digestive problems. Furthermore, the tea is rich in minerals that may help boost the immune system and keep the body healthy. It contains calcium, iron, potassium, copper, fluoride, manganese, magnesium, zinc and alpha hydroxy acid.

Rosemary Leaf

Rosemary contains substances that are useful for stimulating the immune system, increasing circulation, and improving digestion. Rosemary also contains anti-inflammatory compounds that may make it useful for reducing the severity of asthma attacks. In addition, rosemary has been shown to increase the blood flow to the head and brain, improving concentration. It also benefits memory, skin, and longevity.

Schisandra Berry

As early as 2 thousand years ago, schisandra berry has been widely used in kings, millionaires, and herbalists. As its name implies, it is a berry that is with 5 kinds of flavors – spicy, sweet, sour, bitter, and salty. Schisandra is rich in organic acids, vitamins, flavonoids, phytosterols, and lignans. It is also one of the few herbs that benefit essence, vital breath and spirit at the same time. It promotes the detoxification function of the liver, protects the liver from damage of the respiratory tract by accelerating the metabolic rate of acetaminophen and reducing GSH depletion, and promotes the regeneration and reorganization of damaged liver cells. It can strengthen the body’s immune system, help people develop immunity to various diseases, and restore energy. Schisandra is one of the most effective plant based adaptogens, which can improve intelligence, stamina, sensory functions, and resistance to stress forces.

Yellow Dock Root

Glycosides found in yellow dock root can help stimulate the liver. Like dandelion and burdock roots, yellow dock roots and preparations are used to improve conditions related to a sluggish digestive system, such as liver dysfunction, acne, headaches, and constipation. Because it improves absorption of nutrients, yellow dock is used to treat anemia and poor hair, fingernail, and skin quality. All the docks are recommended for anemia resulting from an iron deficiency because, in addition to their ability to improve the absorption of iron from the intestines, they contain some iron. The docks are high in bioflavonoids, which help strengthen capillaries. The early spring and summer leaves of yellow dock can be added to soups to instead of other greens, such as spinach.