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Green Magma - Daily Consumption Provide Your Body with Essential Nutrients

16th June 2006
We live in the world full of toxins that irritate the body and harm our health by stressing our biochemical and organ functions. The water we drink, the foods we eat, and the air we breathe all contain toxins. Household cleaners and lawn pesticides are fu... Read >

Spirulina Powder - Provides Beta-Carotene, Vitamin B12, Iron and Chlorophyll

16th June 2006
What Is Spirulina Powder? For thousands of years, traditional healers in China and other parts of the world have looked to the water for healing remedies. Spirulina is a key finds. Spirulina is a small, single-celled microorganism thats rich in chloro... Read >

Clinical Research Now Suggests that Black Cohosh Standardized extract may Help Reduce the Occurrence

25th April 2006
What Is It Black Cohosh? Generations of American women have relied on the gnarled root of black cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosa) to relieve various female problems, from PMS and menstrual cramps to menopausal symptoms. In the 1900s, this indigenous American... Read >

Arnica Montana Provide Relife from Muscle strains and sprains, Arthritic joints, Psoriasis and ecze

25th April 2006
What Is Arnica Montana? Native to Europe and southern Russia, Arnica Montana is a perennial plant with bright yellow, daisylike flowers. Some of its common names include leopards bane, wolfs bane, and mountain tobacco. Arnica Montana has a long history ... Read >

Goldenseal Used in Variety of Infections

16th March 2006
What Is Goldenseal? The Iroquois and Cherokee were among the first of the American tribes in the eastern United States to use this small perennial plant (Hydrastis canadensis) medicinally. They harvested its fleshy underground stems (rhizomes) and roots ... Read >

Valerian Use as Sleep Aid and as an Anxiety Fighter

16th March 2006
What Is Valerian? For centuries, the tall perennial herb with pinkish flowers known as valerian (Valeriana officinalis) has been enlisted to help restless insomniacs get a sound nights sleep. Today this mild, nonaddictive sedative is quite popular both ... Read >

Evening primrose oil source of GLA

11th March 2006
Evening primrose oil is extracted from the evening primrose plant (Oenothera biennis), a wildflower found in North America, Europe and parts of Asia. Evening primrose oil is certainly not the only source of GLA; various foods actually contain small amount... Read >

St. John's Wort Contains Hypericin That Inhibits Monoamine Oxidase, A Bodily Chemical Associated

10th February 2006
At least one out of every 20 Americans gets depressed each year, and many rely on anti-depressants to help them cope. A new study shows the herb St. Johns Wortmight be just as effective, and with fewer side effects. About St. Johns Wort:The August 3, 199... Read >

Arnica Oil in such topical formulations as creams, gels, and ointments.

01st February 2006
What Is ArnicaOil? Native to Europe and southern Russia, Arnica Oil is a perennial plant with bright yellow, daisylike flowers. Some of its common names include leopard's bane, wolf's bane, and mountain tobacco. Arnica Oil has a long history of use in he... Read >

Black Cohosh Herb best for Menopausal Problems

01st February 2006
What Is It Black Cohosh herb? Generations of American women have relied on the gnarled root of black cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosa) to relieve various female problems, from PMS and menstrual cramps to menopausal symptoms. In the 1900s, this indigenous Ame... Read >