Ward off Illness and Infection with Herbs & Herbal Extracts

Herbs are traditionally known as any plant that is valued for its medicinal properties. These plants, known as herbs, have certain chemicals with healing properties called phytochemicals. St. Johns Wort and Kava Kava, and Ashwagandha are three herbs with such properties, they have been used throughout the ages to treat depression and stress (also known as adaptogens).

Some herbs are beneficial for the immune system and for help recovering from colds, flus, and various sicknesses. Other herbs can be used to sharpen the mind, while different herbs can be used to cleanse the intestinal tract, such as Cat’s Claw.

People from various civilizations have used herbs and herbal extracts for thousands of years. This herbal medicine has helped people cope with everyday issues like stress, mental illness, various diseases, flu, and the common cold.

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  1. pk1299 said

    Ayurvedic herbs have been used in India for centuries. Ayurveda has been practiced safely and effectively in India for the past 4,000 years. It must work otherwise Ayurveda would not have survived this long. It is holistic science that emphasizes prevention. It is also a lifestyle science as it incorporates in a daily lifestyle plan herbs, diet, exercise, and more.

    Here is a website I have found information that is easy to understand.

    http://www.naturesformulary.com/CategoryContents/Ayurveda–z–Learn-about.aspx

    Take their Dosha test, it is fun. Then once you know your Dosha you design a plan that includes herbs, diet, etc. It has helped me.

    http://www.naturesformulary.com/CategoryContents/Dosha-Test.aspx

    One product I take everyday is Nature’s Formulary Chyawanprash. It is tasty and really helps my energy level and immune system

    http://www.naturesformulary.com/Products/50-chyawanprash.aspx

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