Herbs

Herbs

[ICON=herbs.gif]Herbs are the oldest form of medicine and have been used for healing in every single culture in the world, since the very beginning of time. Wise women have always played a central role in traditional cultures and knowledge about herbs was passed on from one generation to the next. Herbs are, in fact, the foundation of numerous pharmaceutical drugs. Aspirin is based on an extract from willow, originally used for pain relief by the Native Americans. Up to 70 percent of drugs in use today have their origins in plants, but Western pharmaceutical practice bears no relation to how native peoples the world over have used them. Modern drug companies only use the ‘active ingredient’ of the plant or herb in a pure form as the basis for the drug . Ancient peoples always, and continue to, use the whole plant. The advantage of using the whole plant is that the side-effects are absent or minimal. That is the big difference between modern and herbal medicine.
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    1. Meno Herbal Support

      A special organic herbal food supplement to help you through the menopause.ᅠ

      Contains essential phytoestrogens including fermented soya, red clover, hops, sage, alfalfa and flaxseeds and also Dandilion to help support your liver.

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      £24.77
    2. IB Support

      A unique botanical formulation containing peppermint oil, marshmallow, ginger, chamomile, slippery elm, artichoke, fennel, turmeric and liquorice designed to help provide support for healthy digestion and normal bowel function. All ingredients are organic where possible.

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      £25.77
    3. Immune Support

      For your Healthy Immune System

      This unique botanical formulation is for you if you want to maintain healthy immune function and contains a special combination of botanicals and nutrients to help support your immune system.

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      £30.77
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