Herbs are any plants used for food, flavoring, medicine, or fragrances for their savory or aromatic properties.
As far back as 5000 BCE,  herbs were used for medicine.
Modern pharmaceuticals had their origins in crude herbal medicines, and to this day, some drugs are still extracted as fractionate/isolate compounds from raw herbs and then purified to meet pharmaceutical standards.

Ounce for ounce, herbs and spices have more antioxidants than any other food group.

We have finally started to notice that there is real curative value in herbs. In fact, we are also becoming aware that there are little or no side effects to most natural remedies, and that they are often more effective than Western medicine.


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A Aloe   Apricot Kernels   Ashwagandha   Astragalus   Avena Sativa 
B Bilberry   Black Pepper   Bloublom Salie   Buchu   Burdock Root
C Cacoa   Caraway Seeds   Cardamom   Cat’s Claw   Cayenne Pepper
Celery Seeds   Chamomile   Chasteberry   Chia Seeds   Cinnamon
  Cloves Coconut   Cumin Seeds  D Dandelion   Devil’s Claw
E Echinacea   Euphrasia F Fenugreek   Flax seeds  G Garlic
Gelatine   Gentian Root    Ginger   Gingko Biloba Ginseng 
Golden Rod   Golden Seal   Green Tea H Hawthorn Hibiscus
Hoodia    Horny Goat Weed Horse Radish  K Koorsbossie  L  Lady’s  Mantle 
Lemongrass    Liquorice Root    Lobelia  M Maca Magnesium Malate
Marshmallow Root    Milk Thistle   Moringa    Mucuna Beans Mugwort
 Mustard Seeds  N  Nahcolite    Nettle Leaf  Origanum  P  Parsley
Passion Flower  Plantain   Poppy Seeds    Pyruvate  R  Red Clover
 Rosemary  S  Sage     Sceletium    Senna   Sesame Seeds
 Slippery Elm  Spirulina   St John’s Wort   Sutherlandia   T  Taurine
   Thyme Tribulus terrestris Turmeric V Valerian W Wild Dagga
Wild Yam Wilde Als Willow Bark




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