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Beet Root (Beta vulgaris)

Beet Root contains an extraordinary variety of amino acids as well as iron. This herb is an excellent anti-inflammatory and blood cleanser. Beet Root improves circulation, and balances blood sugar levels.

Bee Pollen

 Bee Pollen is considered to be a potent healer, and source of regenerative power. It is said to have been the secret "ambrosia" eaten by the Ancient Gods to acquire eternal youth. Today, scientists realize that Bee Pollen does contain healing properties that create a feeling of rejuvenation within the body. New scientific discoveries reveal how Bee Pollen has been able to extend life span as well as heal ailments. Bee Pollen is an excellent energy source, and contains a wide range of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, including zinc.

Reference: Bee Pollen and Your Health, Carlson Wade, 1978


Bilberry (Vicinlum myrtillus) (Root)

Bilberry is an old remedy, rediscovered. Research has found its properties to be beneficial for the eyes. Bilberry contains a high amount of bioflavonoids that help to stabilize connective tissue of the lens and eye. Bilberry may be beneficial in treating macular degeneration. The macula is the central area of the retina in the eye responsible for fine vision. Macular degeneration is caused by atrophy or degeneration of the macula and is one of the leading causes of decreased visual activity. Bilberry bioflavonoids are important for the development and maintenance of the connective tissue of the gums, and therefore aids in the prevention of periodontal disease. Bilberry contains substances that help to strengthen and support vein walls, and therefore aids in the prevention of varicose veins.

Bilberry is very rich in bioflavonoids, manganese, phosphorus, iron and zinc. It also contains moderate amounts of magnesium, potassium and selenium, as well as trace amounts of calcium, sodium and silicon.

Black Cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosa) (Root)

Black cohosh was widely used by the American Indians and later by American colonists for the relief of menstrual cramps and menopause. Black cohosh offers a suitable natural alternative to hormone replacement therapy for menopause. Black Cohosh is a traditional herbal medicine used to relieve symptoms of back and muscle pain, headache, tension, nervousness and water gain associated with PMS and hot flashes and nervousness associated with menopause.

Black Walnut (Juglans Nigra) (Hulls & Leaves)

Black Walnut hulls have similar ability as garlic in treating parasitic infections. Black Walnut has the ability to kill the parasites. Excellent for retarding some unwanted and potentially malignant growths. Excellent for getting rid of intestinal parasites and worms. Helps promote bowel regularity. May also help eliminate warts, which are troublesome growths caused by viruses. Black Walnut has also been found effective in treating ring worm and other types of fungal diseases.



 



Bladderwrack (Fucus vesiculosus) (Whole herb)

Bladderwrack is a seaweed that has been used in the treatment of obesity since the seventeenth century. Its high iodine content is thought to stimulate thyroid function. Bladderwrack is part of the kelp family and contains many of the important compounds and elements found in kelp. Germany, France, and Britain recognize bladderwrack for its ability to fight obesity and hypothyroidism.

Reference: Monograph: Bladderwrack (Milan, Italy: Indena S.P.A., 1987)

Bulgarian Puncture Vine (Tribulus terrestis) (Root)

Standardized to 45% furostanol saponins This herb is scientifically grown and prepared in Bulgaria to meet standards for pharmaceutical use. Tribulus terrestris has long been used as a traditional treatment for impotence and as a libido enhancer in men. Tribulus is widely used in Europe and has only recently been introduced in North America. Commonly known has puncture vine, tribulus has been used in Asia as a stimulant for sexual deficiency. Tribulus is known as GOKSHURA in the Ayurvedic Materia Medica where it is listed as an aphrodisiac as well as for many other purposes. In the United States it is used by body builders to enhance energy levels and muscle mass. Specific pharmacological activities of tribulus: Males – increases libido (sexual desire), improves strength of erection and spermatogenesis (formation and development of sperm); may increase the level of testosterone (a hormone secreted by the testes, the most potent natural anabolic – androgenic hormone).


Burdock Root (Arctium lappa)

Burdock root is one of the best herbs to promote healthy skin, general cleansing and overall health.Burdock promotes healthy skin through internal cleansing. This herb promotes perspiration, which expels toxins from the skin and blood. It promotes liver function and increases bile flow, which in turn cleanses the blood and reduces toxin production in the GI tract. Burdock root has been used in treating psoriasis and acne, among other skin conditions.

Burdock root is officially recognized in Britain, France, Germany and Belgium for its internal cleansing properties and its ability to treat skin disorders.


Butternut Root Bark (Juglans cinerea)
 

Butternut does not cause all the gripping and discomfort associated with most laxatives. This makes butternut the laxative of choice for most conditions. Most other laxatives with long term use, will cause the body to become dependent on them – but not butternut. Therefore, butternut is ideal for chronic constipation.
Butternut is a laxative that is used to treat dysentery and diarrhea. It also has the ability to expel worms. Butternut improves liver function and stimulates bile production and flow. The description of butternut’s laxative effect as "soothing and tonifying" is well justified.

 

 

 

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