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This formula is meant to correct imbalance in the adrenal gland and compensate for stress placed on the heart.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to prevent, diagnose, treat, or cure any disease.

Adrenal Support

  • The suggested dosage is one-half (1/2) teaspoon daily, six days each week.

  • Mullein, Lobelia, Siberian Ginseng, Gotu Kola, Hawthorne Berries, Cayenne, and Ginger

    Mullein:  It is sometimes called Common Mullein, Great Mullein, or, in the western U.S., "cowboy toilet paper," because its leaves make good toilet paper in a pinch. Mullein was used as a treatment for tuberculosis in Europe as far back as the 16th century. Today, it is known that mullein has anti-bacterial and expectorant properties.  These properties are also helpful if you have a cold or flu.  It is the saponins that give it its expectorant properties.  Mullein also reduce the amount of mucus that is produced by the body.  “Mullein sooths and strengthen the bowels and renal system, and is one of the most important for the glands and serous and mucous membranes.” School of Natural Healing, Dr. Christopher.
    Mullein is a great treatment for allergies, asthma, joint pain and bronchitis for the same reasons that it helps with TB, colds, and flu.  It is anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory which helps with natural staph infections, menstrual cramps and stomach cramps. It also helps with muscle pain by reducing inflammation, and has a natural sedative benefit in the treatment of anxiety or insomnia.  Mullein tea has helped with an number of digestive problems, constipation, diarrhea, bladder infections and hemorrhoids.

    Lobelia: Lobelia is an herbal expectorant, which means it can help clear mucus from the lungs and respiratory tract --- though few studies have shown whether it has been truly effective in healing such conditions. Homeopathic medicine also suggests lobelia as a muscle relaxant.
    Lobelia has historically been used and appreciated for a number of functions, including toxin removal, addiction, and, perhaps most notably, it’s ability to relieve problematic respiratory symptoms, such as a cough and asthma. It is believed that lobelia stimulates the adrenal glands to release epinephrine, in effect, this relaxes the airways and allows for easier breathing, and removal of toxins in the mucus.
    The primary active constituent in lobelia, responsible for its beneficial characteristics, is an alkaloid known as lobeline. Lobeline is an expectorant, diaphoretic, and bronchodilator that is able to support the respiratory system in a multidimensional way. As an expectorant, lobeline helps break down congestion and thin mucus. That, combined with its bronchodilating effects, helps to open the airway and encourage deeper, stronger breathing; particularly with instances of asthma and cold symptoms.

    Siberian Ginseng: Siberian ginseng is a plant used throughout history in China and Russia. As an herbal remedy, the root of Siberian ginseng is known to stimulate the immune system.  It stimulates the bodies ability in the formation of blood vessels, and improves circulation, especially in the brain, helping with mental fatigue, memory and cognitive abilities.  It supports the endocrine organs, and helps in balancing the stress hormones produced by them.  It also helps the respiratory system in relaxing the lungs and the muscles that control the airway, providing relief of symptoms connected to constricted airways, breathing difficulties, and other restrictive lung difficulties.

    Gotu Kola:  Known to stimulate the brain and relieve fatigue when given in small amounts.  Wonderful for the functioning of the pituitary in disorders of the adrenal system when used in conjunction with other herbs.  This herb helps to improve the tone of the veins, strengthening them so as not to bulge or collapse.  The properties stimulate the formation of collagen which is the protecting molecules that lines the inside walls of the veins.

    Hawthorn Berries:  A celebrated cardiac tonic for many centuries.  Under conditions of stress, the heart often "works overtime".  Hawthorn berries can help in treatment of high or low blood pressure, tachycardia, and arrhythmia.  It is also anti-spasmodic, sedative, and soothing to nerves, especially in nervous insomnia.
    Hawthorne berries are known as heart food for centuries.  Its potent herbal properties effect the heart and circulatory system so as to strengthen the heart and promote healthy rhythms.  There are no known side effects, and the best results are seen over longer periods of time.  Some of the health benefits are:

    •  Maintaining healthy blood pressure and blood vessels
    • Increases oxygen and flow of blood to the heart
    • Maintains healthy blood pressure and blood vessels
    • Supports the circulatory system in its functions
    • Dilates and relaxes arteries

    • Ginger:  A stimulant and a "lead sheep" herb, bringing the other herbs in the formula into the abdominal area.  Ginger differs from cayenne as a stimulant, in that the cayenne stimulates the heart, arteries, veins and then the capillaries.  Ginger starts its stimulating effect in the capillary, flushing out the "constipated" capillary, driving these wastes into the veins for disposal. This ancient herb has been used for thousands of years for overall stomach and digestive problems.  It works to help stop nausea and pain from gastric buildup.  It helps to restore the digestive tract.

      Cayenne:  Nature's finest stimulant; source of calcium and vitamin A.  Aids in circulation of blood which brings oxygen and other nutriments to cells in need of repair.
      “Cayenne pepper - prized for thousands of years for its healing power,”  says Dr. Patrick Quillin.
      "If you master only one herb in your life, master cayenne pepper.
      It is more powerful than any other." Dr. Schulze
      Recent clinical studies have been conducted on many of the old-time health applications for this miracle herb. Again and again, the therapeutic value of cayenne pepper has been medically validated." " Folklore from around the world recounts amazing results using cayenne pepper in simple healing and in baffling health problems. But cayenne pepper is not just a healer from ancient history.
      Many herbalists believe that Cayenne is the most useful and valuable herb in the herb kingdom, not only for the entire digestive system, but also for the heart and circulatory system. It acts as a catalyst and increases the effectiveness of other herbs when used with them. Cayenne is a medicinal and nutritional herb. It is a very high source of Vitamins A and C, has the complete B complexes, and is very rich in organic calcium and potassium, which is one of the reasons it is good for the heart.
      Cayenne pepper is actually the best natural herb for weight loss. Many people would argue that Green tea is, however cayenne pepper aids in speeding up your metabolism much faster. When you take cayenne on a regular daily basis you can increase your metabolism some say as much as 25%.  The main active ingredient in cayenne pepper is capsaicin. It is said to be a "thermogenic chemical" which will help speed your metabolism and decrease your appetite. It's actually a wonderful herb. It not only can promote weight loss, but it does many other wonderful things such as: increase blood flow by stimulating circulation, maintains healthy blood pressure, increase your sex drive, may help reduce ulcers and promotes a healthy digestive system. 

      Many benefits of Cayenne
      Cayenne has been known to stop heart attacks within 30 seconds.
      Capsicum (cayenne pepper) is said to be unequal for its ability to boost circulation and increase heart action.
      Capsicum exerts a variety of desirable actions on the entire cardiovascular system.
      It has the extraordinary ability to enhance cardiovascular performance while actually lowering blood pressure.
      Capsicum has an energizing effect on the entire system.
      Because Capsicum boots peripheral circulation and stimulates organ secretion, it expedites the therapeutic delivery and action of nutrients in the body.
      It will ensure the rapid and even distribution of the active principles of available nutrients to critical function centers, including those involved in cellular respiration, metabolic data transmission and neural-hormonal action.
      The remarkable ability of Capsicum to stimulate organ secretion and even heart action makes it one of the strongest natural stimulants known. Clearly, Capsicum should be considered nothing less than a wonder herb that has scientifically proven its worth!
       Capsaicin cream is well established as a modestly helpful pain-relieving treatment for post-herpetic neuropathy (the pain that lingers after an attack of shingles) peripheral neuropathy (nerve pain that occurs most commonly as a side effect of diabetes.
      Cayenne has been used as medicine for centuries. It was considered helpful for various conditions of the gastrointestinal tract, including stomachaches, cramping pains, and gas.

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