Ginger (Zingiber officinale)
Part Used:  Rhizome
Effective Forms:  Capsules, Tea, Tincture

Ginger has been used medicinally for thousands of years and is a traditional ingredient in prescriptions to ensure absorption through the stomach to all parts of the body.  As a diffusive stimulant it starts at the capillaries and works its way back to the heart.  Thus, its application for poor circulation in peripheral areas – cold hands and feet have found a warm friend in Ginger.

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Echinacea (Echinacea angustifolia & purpurea)
Part Used:  Rhizome and whole of the plant
Effective Forms:  Tea & Tincture

Echinacea has been recognized as one of the best alteratives for detoxifying the blood.  It is the prime remedy to help the body rid itself of microbial infections.  It is effective against both bacterial and viral attacks.  It works on the lymphatic system and building the immune system.

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Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale)
Part Used:  Leaf & Root
Effective Forms:  Tea, Tincture, Capsules
Spring brings warmer weather (hopefully) and rain, the intoxicating, wonderful smell of emerging plant growth, and of course those pesky weeds that invade our flowerbeds, gardens and lawns.

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Red Clover (Trifolium pratense)
Part Used:  Blossom & Leaf
Effective Forms:  Tea, Tincture, Capsules

Red Clover sends roots far into the ground.  This enables it to fix an abundance of nitrogen for itself and for other plants as well.  It contains large amounts of the trace minerals and it is a herb that is usually taken over a long period of time.

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Alfalfa (Medicago sativa)
Part Used:  Leaf & Seed
Effective Forms:  Tea, Capsule, Tincture

Alfalfa is a highly nutritive herb, rich in carotene, Vitamin K, chlorophyll, amino acids and a full spectrum of minerals and trace minerals.  It yields 20,000 – 40,000 units of Vitamin K to every 100 grams and is therefore a useful preventative of high blood pressure.  It yields 10 times more mineral value than average grains.  Alfalfa’s roots penetrate subsoil as far as 125 feet, thus enabling it to absorb vital mineral nutrients beyond the reach of other vegetation.

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