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Chamomilla(Matricaria recutita) or German chamomile is one of over a half dozen species of chamomile including the other commonly used species Roman Chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile) or English garden chamomile.
Although Chamomilla's primary use is to help relieve anxiety and insomnia, it has been used for a variety of other conditions.
Damiana (Turnera diffusa) is native to the southwest US, Caribbean, Central America and South America. It is a traditional aphrodisiac of the Mayan people in Central America. Historically it has been used as an aphrodisiac and its use today remains the same, as modern studies have found it to be helpful in exhausted states and impotency. Damiana is considered to be a sexual restorative for both sexes.
Echinacea is a genus of around nine different species of coneflower. It has numerous scientific studies and historical references to its value in helping recovery.
Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) is a traditional medicinal herb used since the first century AD as an anti-inflammatoryr. PHS concentrated Feverfew contains a full spectrum of parthenolide and tanetin thought to be the active medicinal constituents in feverfew. Feverfew is used today for headaches, fevers, stiffness and digestive problems.
Certified Organic American Ginseng (Panax quinquefolius)is an herbacious perennial plant used in Chinese medicine as an adaptogen, tonic and stimulant.
American Ginseng is known to be helpful in general illness when defense stimulation is needed. PHS American Ginseng is highly concentrated and contains a full spectrum of ginsenosides.
Siberian Ginseng (Eleuthero) has been sucessfully used for: Increased endurance; memory enhancement; defense stimulation; to counter defense suppression from chemotherapy or radiation, insomnia, poor appetite, ADHD and learning impairment to name a few.
Ocimum sanctum, Holy basil, or tulasi is an important symbol in the Hindu religious tradition and is worshipped in the morning and evening by Hindus at large. The holy basil is also a herbal remedy for a lot of common ailments. Tulsi is considered to be an adaptogen balancing different processes in the body, and helpful for adapting to stress. It is regarded in Ayurveda as a kind of "elixir of life" and believed to promote longevity. PHS concentrated Organic Holy Basil carries a full spectrum of oleonolic acid, ursolic acid, rosmarinic acid, eugenol and carvacrol which are thought to be some of the active constituents in Holy Basil.
Historically, Epimedium has been used in Chinese medicine as an aphrodisiac. A goat herder observed increased sexual activity of his flock after they grazed on the herb. This legend has basis in modern science, as they have discovered that icariin. an ingredient in Epimedium, acts to relax smooth muscle and increase nitric oxide activity similar to the drug (sildenifil) (Viagra). Animal studies have also shown icariin increases osteoblastic activity and thus, may have some use in cases of osteoporosis.
Popular today for use as an aphrodisiac.
Milk Thistle is a powerful herb for the liver. It is used in Chinese medicine to clear heat and as a drainage remedy in toxic conditions increasing the flow of bile. It is known to have hepatoprotective properties, protecting the liver from damage. Milk Thistle has been shown to protect the liver and repair damage from toxin exposure and liver damage from long term prescription drug use.
Passion flower is traditionally used by the American Indians as a tea for insomnia, hysteria and epilepsy where calming influence is needed. In a 2001 study, Passionflower performed as well as oxazepam (a RX drug for anxiety and insomnia), but with fewer short term side effects.
Historically Valerian has been used since the time of Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome, used even then as a remedy for relaxation.
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