Chamomile is German, under EU regulations; not the substandard Egyptian.
Amla Berry Powder (Indian Gooseberry) Prevents hair loss & stops hair falling out; cures scalp infection; controls premature graying, darkens hair if used for a long period of time; rich source of Vitamin C; used on skin to fight aging; helps prevent wrinkles and keeps skin tight and firm.
Arnica is a go-to natural medicine for athletes of all types and all ages, with the ability to relieve bruising, swelling, and pain, and speed recovery from minor injuries. Because homeopathic remedies uses micro-doses of Arnica montana to stimulate the body's own healing response, they have no known side effects. It is widely accepted and used in Europe for Sports Medicine.
Loose Organic Peppermint Leaf (Excellent for tea!)
Far from just a flavoring for candies, the therapeutic effects of fresh peppermint leaves and peppermint essential oil have been known since ancient times, and its aromatic aroma has come to symbolize hospitality in many cultures. According to GreenMedInfo:1
"Dried peppermint leaves have even been found in several Egyptian pyramids carbon dating back to 1,000 BC."
Today, modern research has continued to prove what these ancient cultures already know, which is that peppermint is one of nature's most valuable herbal remedies.
In North American herbal medicine, pau d'arco is considered to be analgesic, antioxidant, antiparasitic, antimicrobial, antifungal, antiviral, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and laxative, as well as to have anticancerous properties.
Scientists have identified two active chemicals in pau d'arco. These chemicals are called naphthoquinones: lapachol and beta-lapachone. In lab tests, these chemicals killed some bacteria, fungi, viruses, and parasites. They also have anti-inflammatory properties, and may be effective against diseases such as osteoarthritis. University of Maryland Med Center
Widespread Benefits of Olive Leaf
The Mediterranean diet offers a host of benefits that prolong life and improve health. Olive oil, a major component of the Mediterranean diet, contains a unique compound called oleuropein that provides its characteristic biting, astringent taste. Oleuropein is responsible for most of olive oil’s antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and disease-fighting characteristics. Olive leaves contain high amounts of oleuropein, making their extracts a valuable source of this nutrient without the need to consume large amounts of olive oil. Olive leaf extracts show tremendous promise in preventing or mitigating conditions as diverse as hypertension, heart disease, diabetes, cancer, stroke, Alzheimer’s, and arthritis.
Oleuropein and olive leaf extracts have numerous other mechanisms of action against cancer:
They help prevent inflammation, another major promoter of tumor growth.41
In breast cancer cells specifically, oleuropein reduces malignant cells’ ability to respond to estrogen, the female hormone that many breast cancer cells depend on for their survival.43
Oleuropein inhibits the production of the “protein-melting” enzymes that cancer cells need in order to invade healthy tissues and metastasize to distant parts of the body.19