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This International blend of tonic tinctures contains:
Ashwaganda, (Withania somnifera) Referred to as Indian ginseng.
Astragalus, (Astragalus membranaceus) Major Chinese herb called Huang-qi.
Gotu Kola, (Centella asiatica) Creeping tropical plant of India, Sri Lanka, Africa and Malaysia. Tim Blakley, Medicinal Herbs in the Garden, Field & Marketplace -- Guto Kola as been used in Ayurveda medicine for centuries. This plant has numerous medicinal uses including reducing inflammation, healing wounds, balancing the nervous system and improving memory. Most of the dry herb comes from India and is harvested in waste ditches there and often has a high bacterial level, ash level and other impurities.
American Ginseng, (Panax quinquefolium) , a native perennial to North America. Grows in deep, moist loamy coves of the mountains throughout the eastern half of North America.
Linda G. Rector-Page, Healthy Healing: An Alternative Healing Reference -- Ginseng is the most effective adaptogen of all tonic herbs. It is beneficial to total health and capable of stimulating both long and short-term energy. Ginseng has measurable amounts of germanium, provides energy to all body systems, promotes regeneration from stress and fatigue, and rebuilds foundation strength. American ginseng is useful as stimulants for brain and memory centers. A central nervous system stimulant that also enhances improved sleep.
W. Scott Persons, American Ginseng: Green Gold -- The Russian pharmacologist Dr. I.I. Brekhman, makes the following claims for ginseng based on 25 years of laboratory experimentation. (1) Ginseng stimulates both physical and mental activity, especially in tired or weak patients, (2) Ginseng strengthens and protects the human organism when undergoing severe or prolonged physical strain, (3) Ginseng stimulates and improves the work of the brain cells without the side effects of other stimulants, like caffeine, and (4) Ginseng stimulates the functions of the endocrine glands, including sex glands.
Stinging Nettles, (Urtica dioica) Perennial plant
Maca (Cerro de Paca), Peruvian ginseng
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