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Cat's Claw / Pau d' Arco Plus

Immune Support Tonic. This combination of herbs includes deep immune activators, surface immune activators (anti-microbials) and adaptogens. This specific combination can help support and strengthen the body’s natural immune functions on all levels.

Contents: Peruvian Cat’s Claw bark, Brazilian Pau d’Arco bark, Chinese Astragalus root, Echinacea angustifolia root, Red Reishi mushroom, Chinese Schizandra berry, Siberian Ginseng root, Chinese Ligustrum (Privet) fruit and Licorice root. 20 to 45 drops 3-4 times daily. Recommended to be taken for 3-4 months consecutively for best results. Not recommended if nursing or pregnant.

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Ingredient descriptions:

Peruvian Cat's Claw (Uña de Gato) bark (Uncaria tomentosa) Rainforest

Actions: Deep immune activator, tonic, anti-inflammatory, antirheumatic, antimicrobial, antioxidant, antiviral, hypotensive, cardiac tonic.

Common Use: This amazing vine from the Peruvian rain forest is offered in Peruvian pharmacies. Do not use with anti-ulcer medications. Not recommended if pregnant or nursing.

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Brazilian Pau d' Arco bark (Tabebuia impetiginosa) Rainforest

Actions: Alterative, antifungal, antibacterial, depurative, immune support.


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Chinese Astragalus root (Astragalus membranaceus)

Actions: Deep immune activator, diuretic, tonic, hypotensive, vasodilator, anti-stress agent.

Common Use: Used as a daily tonic when one is not feeling well; it has the ability to build the energy reserves in the body and exhibits several anti-stress properties.

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Echinacea root (Echinacea angustifolia)

Actions: Antimicrobial, alterative, antiseptic, antibacterial, immune stimulant, anticatarrhal.

Common Use: Echinacea is the prime remedy to help rid the body of microbial infections. This plant shows up in most herbal cold, flu and fever formulas, for this purpose it combines well with golden seal. In conjunction with other herbs it may be used for any infection, anywhere in the body. Not recommended for long term use in large amounts.

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Red Reishi mushroom (Ganoderma lucidum)

Actions: Adaptogen, deep immune activator, analgesic, anti-inflammatory, hypotensive, antibacterial, antiviral, cardiac tonic, expectorant, antineoplastic.

Common Use: Reishi is in the most highly rated category of herbs ("Superior"), in terms of multiple benefits and lack of side effects, in Traditional Chinese Medicine.Reishi greatly reduced the symptomsof oxygen deprivation among Chinese workers who traveled to the high plateau of Tibet, climbing 15,000 feet in 3 days in the process. Reishi is a true adaptogen, enhancing health and normal functions of the body. For example, while it increases some components of immune response, it also inhibits pathological immune functions. It has been reported to reduce the histamine release associated with allergic reactions.

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Chinese Schizandra berry (Schizandra chinensis)

Actions: Tonic, adaptogen, aphrodisiac, mild stimulant, deep immune activator, antioxidant.

Common Use: Schizandra fruits or berries contain various lignans, mainly schizandrins, these lignans have been found to prevent liver damage, stimulate liver repair, and stimulate normal liver functioning. These properties appear to be related to the various antioxidant abilities of the various schizandrins. Schizandra also helps in digestion, regulating gastric acid release. Other studies have shown that extracts of schizandra are stimulating to the central nervous system and are cholinergic. There have been numerous reports on schizandra's ability to quicken reflexes, increase work efficiency, control anger and combat neurasthenias (headaches, insomnia, dizziness, palpitations). Other reports have mentioned increased cognitive function and increased memory. A recent study concluded that schizandra may be a useful herb to reverse depression, particularly that due to adrenergic exhaustion. Recent research studies have indicated that schizandra has numerous biological activities, including: anti-bacterial, mild stimulant, liver protective, anti-depressant, antioxidant, adaptogen and cardiac tonic. In Oriental Medicine, schizandra is recommended for the lungs, liver and kidneys, including as an aphrodisiac ( kidney element). Schizandra is also a registered medicine in Russia for vision problems since the herb has been found to prevent eye fatigue and increase acuity.

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Siberian Ginseng root (Eleutherococcus senticosus) Chinese Ciwujia

Actions: Adaptogen, circulatory stimulant, tonic, vasodilator.

Common Use: This herb may safely be used to increase stamina when under stress. After nearly a thousand studies, Siberian Ginseng has been shown to increase energy and stamina and to help the body resist viral infections, environmental toxins, radiation and chemotherapy. In Chinese Medicine it has been used to prevent bronchial, respiratory and viral infections, provide energy and vitality, increase resistance to stress, treat rheumatic and heart ailments, improve cardiovascular and neurovascular conditions and help restore memory, concentration and cognitive abilities which may be impaired from poor blood supply to the brain. Additionally Siberian Ginseng is a popular remedy for debility, depression, fatigue and nervous breakdowns. It has a growing reputation for increasing all kinds of body resistance. Also used to regulate low blood pressure and increase circulation. Excellent as a general tonic. Recommended to be taken for 3-6 months consecutively for best results.

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Chinese Ligustrum Privet fruit (Ligustrum lucidum)

Actions: Nutritive tonic, deep immune activator, liver tonic, digestive aid.

Common Use: Ligustrum, or privet fruit, is an excellent digestive aid, it may be of benefit in chronic bowel complaints and ulcerations of the stomach and bowels. Also known to nourish and tone the liver and kidneys, benefit the skin, and act on conditions such as dizziness, spots in front of the eyes, lower back pain and tinnitus. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, ligustrum is often combined with astragalus root to combat long term weakness, chronic illness or deficiency, and many degenerative ailments such asgeneral immune weakness.

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Licorice root (Glycyrrhiza glabra)

Actions: Expectorant, demulcent, anti-inflammatory, adrenal agent, antispasmodic, mild laxative, alterative, antibacterial, antimicrobial, antitoxic, tonic, pectoral.

Common Use: In China, licorice root has been called "The Great Detoxifier." It acts on the endocrine system and the liver as an anti-hepatotoxic. Also as an expectorant and anti-inflammatory it may be useful in coughs and bronchitis. A recent study found that licorice root actually stimulates the production of interferon, that critical chemical in the immune system that could benefit the body in response to many immune response deficiencies.Licorice root also possesses estrogenic activity, and is said to be beneficial as a uterine tonic and to induce normal ovulation. This herb is also included in the Hoxsey formula. 5 to 30 drops 2-3 times daily. Caution: Excessive and prolonged use of licorice root can cause sodium retention and potassium depletion. Potassium supplementation (75-100mg daily) prevents this problem. Not recommended if nursing or pregnant.

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