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Artemisia Annua Extract, 2 oz.
Sweet Annie

Artemisia annua, also known as Sweet Annie, is a famous anti-malarial herb that contains an alkaloid, artemisinin, that has also shown remarkable cytotoxic properties. This herb is also available as an alcohol-free glycerite.

Alcohol: 55%

Contains: extract of fresh, organically grown Artemisia annua leaf in distilled water, organic alcohol, and pure vegetable glycerin.

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Artemisia Annua Glycerite, 2 oz.
Sweet Annie

Artemisia annua, also known as Sweet Annie, is a famous anti-malarial herb that contains an alkaloid, artemisinin, that has also shown remarkable cytotoxic properties.

Alcohol: none

Contains: extract of organically grown Artemisia annua leaf in distilled water and pure vegetable glycerin.

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Boswellia Serrata, 2 oz.
Shallaki

Research in Germany suggests that boswellia reduces edema in the brain. The herb is also an excellent parasiticide and should be considered for those who suspect brain parasites.

This product is made from the resin of an Indian frankincense.

Alcohol: 69-71%

Contains: Organically grown Shallaki resin in certified Organic Grain Alcohol.

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Boswellia Serrata, 60 tablets, 500 mg.

Boswellia is an Indian frankincense that is grown in temples and also found in the wild. It produces a resin that can be harvested without harming the tree. This resin is used medicinally as well as in incense. It is anti-inflammatory and is often taken for joint pain and is hence considered an herb for vata complaints. However, research in Germany suggests that boswellia reduces edema in the brain. The herb is also an excellent parasiticide and should be considered for those who suspect brain parasites.

Alcohol: none

Contains: 500 mg. auatainably wildcrafted Boswellia serrata resin: 85% (425 mg.) boswellic acids, 5% AKBA, plus cellulose, silicon dioxide, stearic acid, crosscarmelose sodium, magnesium stearate, vegetable glaze. No animal ingredients. Non-irradiated. No solvents, no BPA, organic cotton stuffing.

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Burdock Extract, 2 oz.
Arctium lappa

Burdock root is edible and often used in cuisine, mainly in Japan and Eastern Europe. It is very safe to consume and is often found in formulas where its primary action is that of a blood cleanser. It is a member of the thistle family which provides us with a number of famous detoxifying herbs, including milk thistle and artichokes. Research has shown excellent results with many kinds of tumors as well as infections. The root also also demonstrated a prebiotic effect in promoting the growth of healthy bacteria.

Alcohol:

Contains: Arctium lappa root in distilled water, organic cane alcohol, and pure vegetable glycerin.

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Cat's Claw Extract, 2 oz.
Uncaria tomentosa

Uncaria tomentosa is a rain forest herb with demonstrated anti-inflammatory properties. It is therefore often used for people with rheumatoid arthritis. Preliminary studies suggest that cat's claw slows tumor growth and that it enhances immunity. It is safe in the recommended doses; side effects are usually associated with possible allergic reactions to plants in the Rubiaceae family.

As more and more studies are being conducted, interest in cat's claw has come to include AIDS (in conjunction with Jergon Sacha) and Lyme disease. There are a few studies suggesting that this herb is capable of such actions because it is not only a superb free-radical scavenger but also promotes the repair of DNA.

Alcohol: 45%

Contains: extract of Uncaria tomentosa bark in distilled water, organic grain alcohol, and pure vegetable glycerin.

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Chaparral Extract, 2 oz.
Larrea tridentata herb

Other Medical Connections: Cancer researchers first became interested when an 87 year old man cured a facial cancer by consuming chaparral. Scientists at the University of Nevada investigated the activity of NDGA and found that it was a potent inhibitor of mitochondrial enzymes, which in turn inhibits cancer growth. While no clinical data exists to support using chaparral for cancer therapy, thousands of testimonials credit it for tumor remissions and complete cures. Other medical evidence indicates chaparral is an anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial agent and a possible treatment for asthma. Research continues to uncover it's mode of action and other potential therapeutic uses.

Current Status in the Marketplace: After allegations in 1992 of liver toxicity associated with chaparral consumption, manufacturers voluntarily restricted sales until the reports were investigated. Following a lengthy review, a panel of medical experts concluded "no clinical data was found... to indicate chaparral is inherently a hepatic toxin. " In late 1994 this report was submitted to the FDA and the product was subsequently given a clean bill of health by the American Herbal Products Association (AHPA). After comparing the quantity of chaparral consumed each year to the number of product complaints, industry regulators concluded chaparral did not pose a significant threat to consumer safety.

Alcohol: 75%

Contains: extract of leafy tips of Larrea tridentata in distilled water, organic grain alcohol, and pure vegetable glycerin.

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Chaparral Tea, 5 oz.
Larrea tridentata

The active ingredients found in the leaves of chaparral can be made into a warm tea for internal use or sun tea for topical applications. Use about 7-8 grams (quarter of an ounce) of bulk tea to a quart of water. If taking internally, drink at least three cups a day. At this strength, one pouch of tea will last about three to four weeks. Long-term use is not recommended.

Alcohol: none

Contains: wildcrafted Larrea tridentata leaf.

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Chaparral, 180 capsules
Larrea tridentata

Chaparral has a long history of use among Native Americans. It contains a strong antioxidant NDGA and two dozen flavanoids that show antiviral activity. Each capsule contains 500 mg. of wildcrafted Larrea tridentata. The minimum dose for adults is two capsules once a day before meals.

Alcohol: none

Contains: powdered Larrea tridentata leaves in 500 mg. capsules.

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Ginger Extract, 2 oz.
Zingiber officinalis

Ginger is a wonderful culinary as well as medicinal herb. It is probably the number one choice for nausea, motion sickness, and indigestion, but it also aids metabolism of cholesterol and thus lowers the risk of complications such as high blood pressure and arterial congestion.

Alcohol: 59-61%

Contains: extract of organically grown Hawaiian Zingiber officinalis rhizome in Distilled Water, Organic Alcohol, and Vegetable Glycerin.

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Ginkgo Biloba Extract, 2 oz.
Ginkgo Biloba

When taken orally three times a day, 40 mg. of Ginkgo biloba provided recovery workers at Chernobyl protection from radiation sickness. Use by the liquidators was continued for two months and provided roughly seven months of protection.

Alcohol: 50%

Contains: extract of Ginkgo biloba leaf in Organic Alcohol USP, Distilled Water, and Vegetable Glycerin.

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Graviola Extract, 2 oz.
Annona muricata

Annona muricata leaf contains specific acetogenins that have been reported to be selectively toxic to the following type of tumor cells: lung carcinoma cell lines; human breast solid tumor lines; prostate adenocarcinoma; pancreatic carcinoma cell lines; colon adenocarcinoma cell lines; liver cancer cell lines; human lymphoma cell lines; and multi-drug resistant human breast adenocarcinoma. The mode of action appears to be that of inhibiting enzymatic activities that only occur in malignant cells.

Alcohol: 40%

Contains: extract of Annona muricata leaf in distilled water, organic grain alcohol, and pure vegetable glycerin.

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Kalmegh Extract, 2 oz.
Andrographis paniculata

This intensely bitter herb promotes healthy flow of bile and respiratory comfort. It clears the throat, head, and lungs while simultaneously boosting immunity. Though sometimes considered a liver herb, it is also regarded as an immune herb, but studies suggest it is highly specific for both typhoid and fungal infections. There is a lot of research on this herb, everything from antivenoms to immune deficiency conditions.

Alcohol: 24-26%

Contains: extract of Andrographis paniculata aerial parts in Distilled Water, Organic Alcohol, and Vegetable Glycerin.

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Myrrh Extract, 2 oz.
Commiphora molmol

Myrrh gum has a long history of use as both a medicine and perfume as well as incense. It is aromatic but intensely bitter. It is used in Chinese medicine to move stagnant blood and is often used for problems associated with menstruation as well as uterine tumors. Its use in Ayurvedic medicine is similar, but it is processed differently. In Western medicine, myrrh is used both internally and externally as an antiseptic. It is used mainly for toothaches and gums in mouthwashes and for wound healing and sprains externally. Studies suggest that it helps to maintain correct blood sugar and cholesterol levels. It is often used in the treatment of arthritis.

Alcohol: 94-96%

Contains: extract of Commiphora molmol oleoresin in organic cane alcohol and distilled water.

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Pau d'Arco Extract, 2 oz.
Tabebuia impetiginosa

Pau d'arco is one of the most well known South American herbs. It has a reputation for having anti-cancer, antimicrobial, and antifungal properties. It is also used to purify the blood and regulate blood sugar. Like many herbs with ethnobotanical traditions strongly suggestive of antitumoral properties, pau d'arco seems to benefit some patients more than others. It is widely believed to work better with patients with elevated levels of Candida albicans.

The earliest modern studies of pau d'arco were published by Dr. Theodore Meyer who successfully used it to cure very advanced cancers, especially leukemia. Some of his findings were questioned by those who attempted to attribute all results to a single compound. As with most herbs, the whole herb often protects against toxicity of the strongest chemical constituent, in this case, lapachol. In clinical trials, low doses stimulate immunity whereas higher doses reduce inflammation often associated with stimulation. As might be expected of an herb with antifungal properties, it helps to reduce allergic reactions.

Alcohol: 40%

Contains: extract of Tabebuia_impetiginosa bark in distilled water, organic grain alcohol, and pure vegetable glycerin.

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Saw Palmetto Extract, 2 oz.
Serenoa serrulata

Saw palmetto is often used to promote urination, thereby reversing enlargement of the prostate gland. The herb is anti-estrogenic. Saw palmetto is sometimes referred to as a natural catheter, its action is mainly on the neck of the bladder. It is a tonic herb, meaning it is anabolic. It can be used safely in cases of weight loss and wasting diseases.

Alcohol: 55%

Contains: liquid extract of Serenoa serrulata fruit in organic cane alcohol, distilled water, and vegetable glycerin.

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