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Slippery Elm Bark

11/2/2016
Slippery elm bark has been used as an herbal medicinal remedy in North America for hundreds of years. It works...
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Seaprose-S

5/6/2016
Our bodies have amazing healing capabilities, and some of the most interesting self-healing discoveries involve enzymes. These enzymes speed up...
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Lipase

3/23/2016
Lipase is a pancreatic enzyme essential to your digestive system.  The word “lipase” comes from the Greek word “lipos” which...
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Amylase

3/16/2016
Amylase is a digestive or systemic enzyme that is somewhat unique in that it is produced at two points in...
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Nattokinase

3/10/2016
Natural healing remedies can be found throughout the globe, and nattokinase is no exception. Nattokinase is an enzyme found in...
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Rutin

3/4/2016
Rutin is a bioflavonoid found in buckwheat, black tea, citrus fruits, and apple peels. The name comes from the herb...
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Papain

2/25/2016
Papain is a proteolytic enzyme found in concentrated amounts in unripe papaya fruit. It is similar to bromelain (found in...
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Fulvic Acid

12/3/2015
When you think of natural health supplements, you don’t often think of the soil our food grows in independently of...
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Tocotrienols

10/14/2015
Just about everyone is familiar with Vitamin E, but what you may not realize is that the vitamin is actually...
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Superoxide Dismutase

10/14/2015
Considered to be quite possibly the most powerful antioxidant our body creates, superoxide dismutase (SOD) is an enzyme found in...
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Fenugreek

10/8/2015
Fenugreek has been known for its ability to heal everything from an upset stomach to lowering cholesterol, prized by ancient...
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Biotin

9/28/2015
Biotin is a water-soluble vitamin known as vitamin H or B7. Biotin is considered part of the B complex group...
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L-Methionine

9/25/2015
Methionine is a sulfur-containing amino acid that is responsible for the production of collagen and is a powerful antioxidant that...
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Horseradish

7/15/2015
The benefits of horseradish have been extolled throughout history: it was mentioned in Greek mythology, there are murals of this...
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Nettle Herb

4/22/2014
Nettle herb, or Urtica dioica, is found in every single state in the US except Hawaii. While most consider it...
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Chanca Piedra

4/7/2014
Did you know that millions of Americans suffer from kidney stone or gallstone problems? In fact, each year, more than...
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Gentian Root

4/7/2014
Gentian, one of the “bitter” herbs, has been used by herbalists for over 2,000 years as an anti-toxic to stimulate...
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Echinacea

3/27/2014
If ever there was a miracle herb, echincea would fit the bill. The history of this highly debated herb has...
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Muira Puama

3/27/2014
Often referred to as the “Viagra of the Amazon,” muira puama has long been considered an effective natural therapeutic approach...
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St. John’s Wort

3/19/2014
If you look closely enough, nature seems to have an answer for everything. Even more surprising is just how much...
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Gravel Root

3/19/2014
While you may not have heard of the herb gravel root, there are in fact over forty species of the...
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