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Herbal Extracts For Immune System Support & Detoxification

old message ROSEMARY ARIEL Darrell Miller 12/23/05
old message BURDOCK ROOT Darrell Miller 12/23/05
old message SKULLCAP ARIEL Darrell Miller 12/23/05
old message Herbal Extracts For Immune System Support & Detoxification Darrell Miller 12/23/05
old message ECHINACEA Darrell Miller 12/23/05
old message LICORICE ROOT Darrell Miller 12/23/05
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Date: December 23, 2005 12:51 PM
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ROSEMARY ARIEL

Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) derives its name from the Latin ros marinus, which means sea dew, because it is commonly found in moist climates. Native to southern France and the Mediterranean region, it grows on rocky cliffs and slopes close to the sea. It is one of the most popular medicinal herbs in the world, and has been extensively used by many different cultures. Rosemary was believed to have magical powers, hence its use by the English to ward off evil spirits and the plague. Egyptian pharaohs were buried with Rosemary. One of the constituents found in Rosemary, rosmarinic acid, is a powerful antioxidant that protects against free radical damage. Rosemary also supports healthy circulatory function and can assist with detoxification.






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Date: December 23, 2005 12:52 PM
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BURDOCK ROOT

Burdock Root (Arctium lappa) is a biennial herb indigenous to Europe and Asia that can now be found growing throughout North America. You may know it as cocklebur, hareburr, or gypsy rhubarb. Considered a hearty weed by gardeners, Burdock is a popular culinary herb used in a number of Japanese dishes, and as a traditional herbal remedy. The root of this herb contains a number of health-promoting constituents, including flavonoids, glycosides, mucilage, inulin, and more. The alkalinizing minerals found in Burdock Root explain its historical use as a blood purifier. Burdock is considered an excellent whole-body cleanser and detoxifier.




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SKULLCAP ARIEL

Skullcap (Scutellaria lateriflora) is a perennial herb that belongs to the mint family. Native to North America and cultivated in Europe, various species of Skullcap have a long history of use in Chinese, European and American Indian traditional herbal medicine. During the eighteenth century it was referred to as ‘mad-dog weed’ due to its use as a treatment for rabies. Skullcap has been used in the past primarily as a calmative and a digestive aid, and is known for its calming effects. In addition, Skullcap supports healthy liver function, which assists the body in detoxification.



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Date: December 23, 2005 12:45 PM
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  • Products Made From Fresh Herbs For Optimal Potency
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  • High Quality Herbal Products For A Wide Array Of Applications

Nature’s Apothecary is now owned and operated by NOW

NOW® is proud to carry on the standards of excellence that make Nature’s Apothecary such a well-respected herbal product line. In addition to the extracts listed here, Nature’s Apothecary provides single herb and multiherb combination extracts in both an alcohol and glycerine base, as well as herbal sprays, oils, salves and syrups. We also provide high-quality aromatherapy products, including inhalers and misters.

References:
1) Blumenthal, Mark, ABC Clinical Guide To Herbs, The American Botanical Council, 2003
2) Blumenthal/Goldberg/ Brinckmann, Herbal Medicine: Expanded Commission E Monographs, American Botanical Council, 2000
3) Bisset, N.G., Herbal Drugs and Phytopharmaceuticals, CRC Press, 1994

* This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.



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Date: December 23, 2005 12:48 PM
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ECHINACEA

Echinacea, also known as Purple Cone- flower, has been used for centuries by Native American tribes as an herbal remedy and is an integral part of American Indian herbal lore. There are three common species; echinacea purpurea, e. angustifolia, and e. pallida that grow wild on American prairie lands as far south as Texas. Echinacea supports the immune system through a variety of mechanisms that aid phagocytosis (cellular ingestion and digestion of solid substances, such as bacteria) and T-cell production. Echinacea extracts contain a number of compounds known to have immune enhancing effects. Caffeic acid derivatives (echinacosides), polysaccharides, polyacetylenes, alkylamides, and flavonoids are among Echinacea constituents with known immune system support benefits.




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Date: December 23, 2005 12:54 PM
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LICORICE ROOT

Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) is a flowering perennial native to southern and central Asia and the Mediterranean region. One of the more popular and well-studied herbs, licorice has been used for thousands of years by Greek, Roman, Chinese and European herbalists, and is mentioned often in the medical texts of these ancient cultures. While licorice is probably best known today as a spicy flavor used in candies and beverages, it offers a number of health benefits. It’s a liver tonic that supports detoxification, and it’s content of flavonoids and phytosterols support healthy immune system function.




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LEMON BALM

Native to Southern Europe and the Mediterranean region, Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis) is a popular herb that now grows throughout the world. This sweet-tasting herb is a favorite of honeybees, hence it’s generic name, melissa, which is the Greek word for honeybee. Lemon Balm is a popular herbal remedy, and the essential oil extracted from this herb is widely used in aromatherapy as a calmative, and as an insect repellent. Lemon Balm has been traditionally used as a body cleanser and detoxifier because it induces perspiration. It’s content of flavonoids, polyphenols, tannins and other natural constituents also support healthy immune system function.



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