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Panax Ginseng Root (Panax quinquefolium)
Panax Ginseng is more of a sedative and relaxes the body. This Ginseng is suited for the entire population. Panax Ginseng is used for those suffering from restlessness, insomnia, and stress. Panax does this by calming the central nervous system. The root is also used for conditions of poor immunity due to chronic disease. New research shows that it can also be used in regulation of lipid and blood sugar levels.

Papaya (Carica Papaya) (Fruit)

Commercial source of papain, a valuable digestive enzyme. Used for treating disorders of the gastrointestinal tract, mouth sores, bad breath, cracked tongue, chronic diarrhea, skin ulcers, inflamed gums, and indigestion. Aids in the breakdown and metabolism of protein.

Parsley (Petroselinum sativum) (Leaves)

Parsley has a long history of use as a medicine, particularly in Europe. Parsley is a well-known diuretic receiving official recognition in France, Germany, and Britain. Apiole, a constituent of parsley, has an ability to keep spasms in check which may assist with spasms that occur in the pelvic region of those suffering prostatic enlargement.

Parsley also assists in maintaining the health of other organs like the liver and spleen.


Passion Flower (Passiflora incarnata)
One of nature's "calming" herbs. Can relieve headaches due to nervous tension. Good for calming muscle spasms.

Peppermint Leaves (Mentha piperata)

One of the oldest remedies for indigestion, this herb has a calming effect on the body and can help soothe a nagging cough. A potent smooth muscle relaxant and carminative. Good for nausea and vomiting, used for treatment of irritable bowel syndrome. Relieves gas pains.

Plantain (Plantago ovata) (Seed)

Effect on weight loss via dramatic appetite loss, reduction of the absorption of lipids, limits caloric intake due to its appetite-satiating effect.

Pumpkin Seed (Curcurbita pepo)

Pumpkin seeds have been used for centuries as a diuretic to treat urinary tract disorders. In recent years a clinical trial was performed in Sweden, demonstrating that the oil fractions of pumpkin seeds and saw palmetto berries, when combined, made an effective prostate enlargement remedy.



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