These herbal products are sold as herbal infusions [ I ] in tea bags, or ground-up and put in capsules [ C ], or in both forms [ I,C ].
The Whole-Body System-of-Systems
This holistic product treats the body as a complete system (of smaller systems). These smaller systems are interactive, and together produce an effect that is different from the effect of each individual system on its own. The combined behavior of this whole-body persists over time and normally becomes very dependable. The least obvious part of the system, its function or purpose, is often the most crucial determinant of the system's behavior and our health.
The Cardiovascular System
The Digestive System
The Endocrine System
The Epidermal System
The Female Reproductive System
It should come as no surprise that nature is rich in plants that nurture the reproductive system or in some way address the process of conception and birth. However, today the phytotherapist is faced with an unfortunate 21st century dilemma. Some of the primary remedies for the female reproductive system, widely used be the Eclectic, Physiomedicalist, and Thomsonian herbalist of previous centuries, are now seriously endangered species. We caution against using them unless they are from cultivated sources which is the case of our products.
The Immune System
In recent years, the Immune System has become an increasingly critical area of focus in all branches of medicine. The various phytotherapeutic systems of the world have much to offer the holistic practitioner working with the human immune system. However, confusion and misinformation abound in the field. Much of the ‘phytoperplexity’ comes from ill-informed attempts to blend insights from different traditions without a clear grasp of the underlying principles.
The Male Reproductive System
The Male Reproductive System is more than the process of conception, yet the market is flooded with herbal claims that would cause you to think otherwise. Our male reproduction system products focus on the prevention of infections, stabilizing the hormonal response, and integrating with the Cardiovascular, Endocrine, Immune, Musculoskeletal, Nervous, Respiratory, and Urinary Systems.
Among all the problems that can affect this important body system, herbal medicine has the most to offer in the treatment of chronic, degenerative ailments. In most cases, successful herbal treatment of musculoskeletal illness will be based on supporting the whole body, because systemic factors so often lay the foundation for degenerative musculoskeletal conditions.