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Artemisia absinthium, also known as wormwood, has been used for thousands of years as a medicinal herb for its bitter properties as a natural repellant, stomachic, and carminative. Artemisia annua, commonly known as sweet wormwood, is rich in a sesquiterpene lactone that serves as a natural defense agent for the plant. May be useful in a broad GI detoxification program or separately to support microbial balance.
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Anantamul is a root extract of the Asian shrub, Hemidesmus indicus. Anantamul is a traditional Ayrvedic remedy which has been used as a blood purifier, diuretic and as an herb to treat infections, chronic rheumatism as well as diseases of skin and urinary tract. The active constituents of anantamul include coumarins, the chief component of which is p-methoxy salicylic aldehyde, two sterols and a pregnane glycoside. Experimental data indicate that anantamul possesses strong antimicrobial and antifungal activity as well as antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities.
An antimicrobial Indian herb designed mainly for women who are prone to vaginal and bladder infections. This product takes 3-4 days before you begin to feel the effects. If you have an acute flare up, you should see your doctor.
Black Walnut Hulls come from the immature fruit of the Black Walnut Tree (Juglans nigra). References to the use of Black Walnut Hulls dates back to the Ancient Greeks and Romans, and they have been used by many cultures throughout history as an herbal tonic. The Black Walnut Tree is indigenous to the Middle East, but is currently grown in the U.S., Canada and Europe as well.
Modern scientific studies have shown that the Mediterranean diet, with its heavy reliance on products from the Olive tree, is one of the most healthful in the world. Olive Leaves contain a number of compounds, mainly phenols and lignans, that protect the plant from environmental stress and confer health benefits when consumed. Oleuropein, one of the best known active constituents of Olive Leaf, has been endowed with many health promoting properties linked to its antioxidant activity.
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