Used for virus's and immune boosting. For details see below...
After 7-10 days of use take a break for a few days then start up again for another 7 days if needed.
Contains: organic echinacea (whole plant) ,organic ginger, 9.5 Kangen Water, pure grain alcohol & love
This product has not been approved by the fda and makes no health claims.
- Purple Cornflower ~ Echinacea purpurea
- Echinacea is a popular herb known for it's ability to boost the immune system. A little FYI, echinacea is not water soluble so tea will not deliver to you the necessary components and you should not take it for more than 7-10 days due to your system becoming immune to it. Your body needs a rest from the herb and then you can take it again after about a week. Tincture form or capsules are the best way to use the herb and I prefer the tincture due to the longevity of the constituents that are preserved and still actively present. The flower is appearing in many gardens and if grown organically making a tincture from your backyard beauty's are the best form of medicine there is. Attracted by the purple glow. bees and butterflies will gather. This herb is native to the U.S..
- Ginger ~ Zingiber officinale
- The flower of paradise. Great warming, circulatory herb! You can pick up the fresh root in most produce departments. I do recommend the organic if you have a choice. If you live in a cold winter climate it's a great herb to incorporate into your diet as much as possible. I love crystallized ginger as a snack food. Ginger's properties consist of being a stimulant, carminitive, rubefacient, diaphoretic, aromatic, emmenagogue & sialogogue. Ginger is used in almost all Chinese & Japanese herbal remedies. Ayurvedic (India) medicine also uses it tremendously, enhances the fire in the body. In Native tradition we use it for circulation issues, rheumatiod arthritis, nausea, morning sickness, fevers, colds, colic, cramps, detoxifier, lowers harmful blood cholesterol, reduces blood pressure, all the way to being an aphrodisiac. It is served with Sushi as pickled ginger for the purpose to kill the anisakid worm, a parasite sometimes carried in raw fish, within sixteen hours. Ginger is considered to be a medicine since antiquity & has shown up in writings of Confucius as early as 500BC. The menu served at the round table of King Arthur & his knights in Medieval times included ginger. The name is from Ancient Indian Sanskrit, sringa-vera, which means horn body probably referring to the root.