photo credit: letsgoeverywhere Long-enjoyed as a traditional beverage in the South Pacific, Kava is a wonderful natural anti-anxiety aid that elevates mood, diminishes pain, and decreases adrenaline to provide a calming, relaxing effect.
photo credit: ednl What more familiar sight is there, than that of the common Dandelion spotting a lawn or growing by the roadside, or a child blowing its seeds to the wind? Dandelion is notable not only for its ubiquitous (and usually unwanted) presence worldwide, but also for its many outstanding health benefits.
photo credit: SnippyHolloW Many of us often wish we had a bit more energy to see us through the day. American Ginseng (Panax quinquefolium) is a classic adaptogen that improves vigor and energy, helps the body torecover from illness, and increases resistance to environmental stresses.
photo credit: mlinksva With its distinctive flavor and beautiful color, Turmeric has long been recognized as one of nature’s most powerful “foods as medicine.” In Indonesia, Turmeric is known as the “Queen of All Herbs,” and in the Ayurvedic healing tradition of India, Turmeric has been used medicinally for over 4000 years.
photo credit: wallygrom Hoodia is a spiny, succulent plant native to South Africa, where the indigenous San people have used it for hundreds of years to help ward off hunger and thirst on extended hunting trips.
photo credit: moodboardphotography Low libido can result from many reasons including overwork, stress, chronic pain, poor nutrition, and hormonal imbalances. Underlying health conditions can also cause decreased sexual energy; if you’ve noticed any unexplained changes of late, it’s a good idea to have a check up.