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Burdock Root
Burdock Root $12.99 $39.99

Burdock root Burdock root is a vegetable that’s native to northern Asia and Europe, though it now grows in the United States, too. The deep roots of the burdock plant are very long and either brown or nearly black on the outside. Burdock root has been used for centuries in holistic medicine to treat a variety of different conditions. Traditionally, it was most commonly used as a diuretic and a digestive aid. Now, researchers have discovered numerous potential uses and health benefits for burdock root. These benefits may be extensive enough to warrant using burdock root as a complementary treatment for certain conditions. Burdock root benefits 1. It’s a powerhouse of antioxidants Research from 2010 has shown that burdock root contains multiple types of powerful antioxidants, including quercetin, luteolin, and phenolic acids. Antioxidants protect cells in the body from damage due to free radicals. They can help treat and prevent a number of different health conditions. The antioxidant action helps reduce inflammation. One 2014 study found that burdock root reduced inflammatory markers in the blood for patients with osteoarthritis. 2. It removes toxins from the blood One of the most common traditional uses for burdock root has been to purify the blood. Recent evidence has found that burdock root can remove toxins from the bloodstream. A 2011 study found that burdock root effectively detoxified blood and promoted increased circulation. 3. It may inhibit some types of cancer Burdock root, as it turns out, may not only purify the blood. It may also inhibit certain types of cancer. The 2011 study also found that burdock seeds had “potent inhibitory effects” on the growth of tumors caused by cancers like pancreatic carcinoma. Another 2016 study found burdock root significantly interfered with cancer cell growth. While more research is needed to determine the full effects of burdock seeds on different types of cancers and tumors, this is still a significant finding.

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Elderberry (Dried)
Elderberry (Dried) $12.99 $39.99

The berries and flowers of elderberry are packed with antioxidants and vitamins that may boost your immune system. They can help tame inflammation, lessen stress, and help protect your heart, too. Some experts recommend elderberry to help prevent and ease cold and flu symptoms. It’s also been used as a treatment for: Constipation Joint and muscle pain Infections that affect how you breathe Headaches Fever Kidney problems Epilepsy Minor skin conditions Stress HIV and AIDS   Effectiveness Elderberry gets a lot of support as a healing agent through word of mouth and old wives’ tales, but its success in medical tests is less conclusive. More research is needed

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Wild-Crafted Bladderwrack Whole leaf
Wild-Crafted Bladderwrack Whole leaf $14.99 $29.99

<!-- Global site tag (gtag.js) - Google Analytics --><script async src="https://www.googletagmanager.com/gtag/js?id=UA-177086597-1"></script><script> window.dataLayer = window.dataLayer || []; function gtag(){dataLayer.push(arguments);} gtag('js', new Date()); gtag('config', 'UA-177086597-1');</script>Bladderwrack is a type of seaweed. People use the whole plant to make medicine.Bladderwrack is used for thyroid disorders including underactive thyroid (myxedema), over-sized thyroid gland (goiter), and iodine deficiency. It is also used for obesity, arthritis, joint pain, “hardening of the arteries” (arteriosclerosis), digestive disorders, heartburn, “blood cleansing,” constipation, bronchitis, emphysema, urinary tract disorders, and anxiety. Other uses include boosting the immune system and increasing energy.Some people also apply bladderwrack to the skin for skin diseases, burns, aging skin, and insect bites.

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Soursop Powder
Soursop Powder $19.99 $39.99

Soursop, also known as graviola, is the fruit of Annona muricata, a type of tree native to tropical regions of the Americas (1Trusted Source). This prickly green fruit has a creamy texture and a strong flavor that is often compared to pineapple or strawberry. Soursop is typically eaten raw by cutting the fruit in half and scooping out the flesh. Fruits range in size and can be quite large, so it may be best to divide it into a few portions. A typical serving of this fruit is low in calories yet high in several nutrients like fiber and vitamin C. A .5-ounce  serving of raw soursop contains (2): Calories: 66 Protein: 1 gram Carbs: 16.8 grams Fiber: 3.3 grams Vitamin C: 34% of the RDI Potassium: 8% of the RDI Magnesium: 5% of the RDI Thiamine: 5% of the RDI Soursop also contains a small amount of niacin, riboflavin, folate and iron. Interestingly, many parts of the fruit are used medicinally, including the leaves, fruit and stems. It is also used in cooking and can even be applied to the skin. Research has also unearthed a variety of health benefits for soursop in recent years. Some test-tube and animal studies have even found that it may help with everything from alleviating inflammation to slowing cancer growth. SUMMARY:Soursop is a type of fruit that is used in medicine and cooking. It is low in calories but high in fiber and vitamin C. Some research has shown that it may also have health benefits.

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Dandelion Root
Dandelion Root $12.99 $39.99

Although most people think of dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) as a pesky weed, the plant has long been used in herbal medicine to aid in digestion and help stimulate appetite. The entire dandelion plant from root to blossom is edible with a slightly bitter, chicory-like taste. The root itself is sometimes roasted to create caffeine-free dandelion coffee. When used for medicine, the dried or fresh root can be made into teas, tinctures, decoctions (infusions), and poultices. Dandelion root is also available over the counter in capsule form.    Despite its long-standing use in traditional medicine, there is a lack of scientific evidence supporting the medicinal use of dandelion root. While a number of animal and laboratory studies have been conducted, few have progressed to human trials. Diuretics, also known as "water pills," are commonly used to treat high blood pressure, heart failure, liver disease, and some types of kidney disease. While valuable, the drugs may cause side effects, including muscle cramps, headaches, dizziness, and changes in blood sugar. A 2009 study, overseen by the National Institutes of Health, found that a single dose of dandelion extract increased the frequency of urination—but not the volume—in the 28 volunteers within five hours of a dose. Skin Damage In folk medicine, dried dandelion root is often ground into a paste and mixed with water to create a soothing paste for skin disorders like acne, eczema, psoriasis, rashes, and boils A 2015 study from Canada reported that dandelion extracts are able to block harmful ultraviolet B (UVB) radiation when applied to the skin, protecting it from sun damage while lowering the risk of skin cancer.   A 2016 review of studies from Aarhus University in Denmark suggested that dandelion extract also stimulates pancreatic cells to produce insulin, better controlling blood sugar and avoiding hyperglycemia.   Dandelion is often consumed as a tonic under the presumption that it "cleanses" the liver. There is some evidence, albeit sparse, to support this long-standing claim.

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