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Sage (Salvia officinalis) (Leaves)
Natural tonic and astringent. Used mainly as a remedy for coughs, colds, fevers, constipation and liver ailments. Helps to eliminate spasms of the gastrointestinal tract, helps rid the body of worms.

Saw Palmetto (Serenoa serrulata) (Fruit)
Useful for rebuilding biological systems which have experienced physical degeneration's of some kind, i.e.: infections of the genito-urinary tract. Reputed to be beneficial for the reproductive organs of both sexes, working as an aphrodisiac and a tonic.

Scullcap (Scutellaria lateriflora) (Flower)

Antispasmodic, good for muscle tension, helps reduce nervous tension while at the same time renewing the central nervous system. Excellent sedative, without narcotic hangover. Good for insomnia and also found to be rapidly effective in easing premenstrual tension.

Shark Cartilage
Shark Cartilage is a natural weapon against Cancer and Arthritis. Shark Cartilage is composed of lipids, glycosaminoglycans (GAGs; mucopolysaccharides), proteins, peptides, minerals and organic acids. The extractable substances in cartilage that act as angiogenic inhibitors are the GAGs.
In addition to the proteins, shark cartilage also contains calcium, phosphorus and carbohydrates which are said to help control disease as well.

Reference: Hoffman, Ronald M.D. "Therapeutic Benefits of Shark Cartilage", (reprint 1990) Whole Foods, September, 1994

Siberian Ginseng (Eleutheroccocus senticosus) (Root)
Chronic stress can lead to illness by eroding immune function. Siberian Ginseng has a clinically supported reputation as a stress fighter. It will also improve energy levels, and mental function and stamina which are often lacking in chronically ill people. Siberian Ginseng has a history of use in successfully treating various diseases. In the past ten years, research has demonstrated siberian ginseng's ability to increase important T-lymphocytes of the helper variety. These lymphocytes are significantly reduced in HIV infections.

Slippery Elm Bark (Ulmus fulva)
Slippery elm bark has a remarkably high mucilage content with exceptional nutritional value. It is easily digested and used as a food in convalescence. The mucilage is soothing to the G.I. tract and improves digestion. Slippery elm is antitussive (anti-cough) and anti-inflammatory. It works to sooth sore throats. Slippery elm has a reputation as a medicine for bronchitis, pleurisy and coughs. It has received official recognition in the United States Pharmacopeia.
Slippery elm also helps to absorb and eliminate toxins from the body.


Spirulina is the Earth's oldest living plant (3.6 billion years) and first photosynthetic life form that created our oxygen atmosphere so all life could evolve. Spirulina is the most nutritious, concentrated food known to man containing anti-oxidants, phytonutrients, probiotics, and nutraceuticals. Spirulina is the best whole food source of protein, betacarotene, GLA, B vitamins, minerals, chlorophyll, sulfolipids, glyco-lipids, super oxide dimustase, phycocyanin, enzymes, RNA, DNA, and supplies many nutrients that are lacking in most peoples diets.

The United Nations recommends that "Spirulina is the most ideal food for "mankind".


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