Halls Flea Market

August 3, 2019 0 By Gloria5123

Halls Flea Market

See us every Sunday from 8am until 2pm  

Weekly Flea Market at Halls Gateway, Nelspruit.

 

Pictures of our complete range of Herbs will be posted soon.

 

A List of our Single Tinctures

Agnus castus Vitex agnus castus  A traditional herbal medicinal product used to help relieve premenstrual symptoms such as irritability, mood swings, breast tenderness, bloating and menstrual cramps  R                           8,00
Alfalfa  Medicago sativa Alfalfa is used for kidney conditions, bladder and prostate conditions, and to increase urine flow. It is also used for high cholesterol, asthma, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, upset stomach, and a bleeding disorder called thrombocytopenic purpura.  Can also assist in the treatment of alcohol and drug abuse.  R                         80,00
African wormwood Artemisia afra Digestion problems such as loss of appetite, upset stomach, gall bladder disease, and intestinal spasms. Wormwood is also used to treat fever, liver disease, depression, muscle pain, memory loss and worm infections; to increase sexual desire; as a tonic; and to stimulate sweating.  R                         80,00
Ashwaganda Withania somnifera Can Reduce Blood Sugar , has anti cancer properties, can reduce cortisol level, may help reduce stress and anxiety, may reduce symptoms of depression, can boost testosterone and increase fertility in men. Increases Immune system, imroves learning, anticancer,  R                         80,00
Astragalus Astragalus membranaceus Strengthen bodily resistance to disease. It is commonly prescribed for the treatment of colds, flu, stomach ulcers and diabetes, unproven: extends life   R                         80,00
Black Cohosh Cimicifuga racemosa Dietary supplement for hot flashes and other menopausal symptoms  R                         80,00
Boswellia Boswellia serrata African folk medicine. It’s believed to treat chronic inflammatory illnesses  R                         80,00
Buchu  Agathosma betulina Treat inflammation, and kidney and urinary tract infections; as a diuretic and as a stomach tonic. Other uses include carminative action and treatment of cystitis, urethritis, prostatitis, and gout. It also has been used for leukorrhea and yeast infections  R                         80,00

 

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Arctium lappa Powerhouse of antioxidants, removes toxins from the blood, may inhibit  some types of cancer, may treat some skin issues, may be an aphrodisiact, can help in some skin issues   R                         80,00
Calendula Whole Flowers Calendula officinalis Calendular tea is reported to help heal gastric ulcers, lymph nodes and sore throat, it can potentially help break a fever by causing a sweat. Dosage is no more than 2 to 3 cups per day. (Not for pregnant women.)    R                         80,00
Centella asiatica (gotu kola) Centella asiatica Gotu kola is used for fatigue, anxiety, depression, pychiatric disorders, Alzheimers Dis-ease, improving memory and intelligence, wound healing, trauma, vaicose veins and blood clotting  R                         80,00
Chamomile Flowers Matricaria recutita Reducing menstrual pain….. Treating diabetes and lowering blood sugar…. Slowing or preventing osteoporosis….  Reducing inflamation….   Cancer treatment and prevention;   Helping with sleep and relaxation…  Treating cold symptoms….   Treatment for mild skin conditions, childrens diiarhoea  R                         80,00
Chickweed Stellaria media People take chickweed for constipation, stomach and bowel problems, blood disorders, asthma and other lung diseases, obesity, a vitamin C deficiency disease called scurvy, a skin condition called psoriasis, rabies, itching, and muscle and joint pain.  R                         80,00
Cleavers  Galium aparine  People use clivers to increase urine flow to relieve fluid retention, and for painful urination, enlarged or infected lymph nodes, and a skin condition called psoriasis, but there is no good scientific evidence to support these uses. People sometimes apply clivers directly to the skin for ulcers, enlarged glands, breast lumps, and skin rashes, but there is no good scientific evidence to support these uses.  R                         80,00
Comfrey Symphytum officinalis Despite safety concerns, comfrey is used by mouth for stomach ulcers, heavy menstrual periods, diarrhea, bloody urine, cough, bronchitis, cancer, and chest pain (angina). It is also used as a gargle for gum disease and sore throat. Comfrey is applied to the skin for ulcers, wounds, muscle soreness, bruises, rheumatoid arthritis, varicose veins, gout, and fractures.  R                         80,00
Comm. Mukul Commiphora mukul Today guggul gum resin is commonly used by mouth for high cholesterol, “hardening of the arteries” (atherosclerosis), and weight loss in people who are obese or overweight  R                         80,00
Couch Grass Agropyron repens Couch grass root is taken by mouth for constipation, cough, bladder swelling (inflammation), fever, high blood pressure, or kidney stones. It is also used for water retention.  R                         80,00
Corn Silk  Zea mays  Corn silk is used for bladder infections, inflammation of the urinary system, inflammation of the prostate, kidney stones, and bedwetting. It is also used to treat congestive heart failure, diabetes, high blood pressure, fatigue, and high cholesterol levels.  R                         80,00
Dandelion (root)  Taraxacum officinalis For centuries, they’ve been used to treat a myriad of physical ailments, including cancer, acne, liver disease and digestive disorders.  R                         80,00
Devil’s Claw Harpagophytum procumbens Devil’s claw is an herbal supplement primarily used as an alternative treatment for arthritis and pain.   R                         80,00
Don quai Angelica sinesis Dong quai is commonly taken by mouth for menopausal symptoms, menstrual cycle conditions such as migraines and many other conditions.  R                         80,00
Echinacea   Echinacea purpurea Echinacea is commonly used to treat or prevent colds, flu, and infections, and for wound healing.  R                         80,00
Elder flower Sambucus nigra Extracted from the honey-scented elder tree, elder extract has anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and astringent properties. It is also used to soften and heal dry skin.  R                         80,00
Elder berries Sambucus nigra Elderberry also has remarkable skin-soothing effects and can help defend skin’s appearance from environmental pollutants.  R                         80,00
Fennel seed Foeniculum vulgare Fennel is used by mouth for various digestive problems including heartburn, intestinal gas, bloating, loss of appetite, and colic in infants among othes. It is also used on the skin for excessive body hair growth in women, vaginal symptoms after menopause, and to prevent sunburn.  R                         80,00
Fenugreek Trigonella foenum-gracum fenugreek seeds can be considered cytoprotective during EtOH-induced liver damage.  R                         80,00
Feverfew   Feverfew was traditionally used to treat fevers. It is now commonly used to prevent migraines and treat arthritis. Some research has shown that certain feverfew preparations can prevent migraines. Side effects include mouth ulcers and digestive irritation. People who suddenly stop taking feverfew for migraines may have their headaches return. Feverfew should not be used with nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medicines because these medicines may change how well feverfew works. It should not be used with warfarin or other anticoagulant medicines.  R                         80,00
Garlic  Allium sativum Garlic is used for lowering cholesterol and blood pressure. It has antimicrobial effects. Reports from small, short-term, and poorly described studies show that it may cause small reductions in total and LDL cholesterol. But German research results on garlic’s cholesterol-lowering effect have been distorted for a positive effect, the FDA says. Researchers are currently exploring garlic’s possible role in preventing cancer. The FDA considers garlic safe. It should not be used with warfarin, because large amounts of garlic may affect clotting. For the same reason, large amounts should not be taken before dental procedures or surgery.  R                         80,00
Ginger  Zingiber officinalis Ginger is used to ease nausea and motion sickness. Research suggests that ginger can relieve nausea caused by pregnancy or chemotherapy. Other areas under investigation are in surgery and for nausea caused by motion. Reported side effects include bloating, gas, heartburn, and nausea.  R                         80,00
Golden rod Solidago virgaurea Goldenrod is used to reduce pain and swelling (inflammation), as a diuretic to increase urine flow, and to stop muscle spasms. It is also used for gout, joint pain (rheumatism), arthritis, as well as eczema and other skin conditions. Goldenrod is also used to treat tuberculosis infections that have become active again after a period of inactivity (latency), diabetes, enlargement of the liver, hemorrhoids, internal bleeding, hay fever, asthma, and an enlarged prostate.  R                         80,00
Ginkgo biloba Ginkgo biloba Ginkgo leaf extract has been used to treat a variety of conditions such as asthma, bronchitis, fatigue, and tinnitus. It is also used to improve memory and to prevent dementia and other brain disorders. Some studies have supported its slight effectiveness. But exactly how gingko works isn’t understood. Only extract from leaves should be used. Seeds contain ginkgo toxin. This toxin can cause seizures and, in large amounts, death. Because some information suggests that ginkgo can increase the risk of bleeding, it should not be used with nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medicines, anticoagulants, anticonvulsant medicines, or tricyclic antidepressants.  R                         80,00
Ginseng   Ginseng is used as a tonic and aphrodisiac, even as a cure-all. Research is uncertain how well it works, partly because of the difficulty in defining “vitality” and “quality of life.” There is a large variation in the quality of ginseng sold. Side effects are high blood pressure and tachycardia. It’s considered safe by the FDA, but shouldn’t be used with warfarin, heparin, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medicines, estrogens, corticosteroids, or digoxin. People with diabetes should not use ginseng.  R                         80,00
Goldenseal   Goldenseal is used to treat diarrhea, and eye and skin irritations. It is also used as an antiseptic. It is also an unproven treatment for colds. Goldenseal contains berberine, a plant alkaloid with a long history of medicinal use in both Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine. Studies have shown that goldenseal is effective for diarrhea. But it’s not recommended because it can be poisonous in high doses. It can cause skin, mouth, throat, and gastric irritation. It is also not recommended because of the plant’s endangered species status.  R                         80,00
Hawthorn berry  Crataegus oxyacantha Hawthorn is used for diseases of the heart and blood vessels such as congestive heart failure (CHF), chest pain, and irregular heartbeat. It is also used to treat both low blood pressure and high blood pressure, “hardening of the arteries” (atherosclerosis), and high cholesterol. So far, research suggests that hawthorn might be effective in treating congestive heart failure. Some people use hawthorn for digestive system complaints such as indigestion, diarrhea, and stomach pain. It is also used to reduce anxiety, as a sedative, to increase urine output, and for menstrual problems.  R                         80,00
Hops Humulus lupulus Hops are commonly used orally for anxiety, sleep disorders such as the inability to sleep (insomnia) or disturbed sleep due to rotating or nighttime work hours (shift work disorder), restlessness, tension, excitability, attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), nervousness, irritability, and symptoms of menopause among other uses.   R                         80,00
Horny goatweed Epimedium grandiflorum Horny goat weed is commonly used by mouth for sexual performance problems, such as erectile dysfunction (ED) and low sexual desire. It is also used for weak back and knees, joint pain, arthritis, mental and physical fatigue, and memory loss along with many other conditions.   R                         80,00
Horsetail Equisetum arvense Horsetail is used for “fluid retention” (edema), kidney and bladder stones, urinary tract infections, the inability to control urination (incontinence), and general disturbances of the kidney and bladder. t is also used for balding; tuberculosis; jaundice; hepatitis; brittle fingernails; joint diseases; gout; osteoarthritis; weak bones (osteoporosis); high cholesterol levels; frostbite; weight loss; heavy menstrual periods; and uncontrolled bleeding (hemorrhage) of the nose, lung, or stomach. Horsetail is applied directly to the skin to treat wounds and burns.   R                         80,00
Hypoxis (African Potato) Hypoxis haemerocallidea The African wild potato is used for urinary tract disorders including bladder infections (cystitis), prostate problems including benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and prostate cancer; other cancers; and lung disease. It is also used for tuberculosis, arthritis, and a skin condition called psoriasis, as well as for delaying AIDS symptoms in people who are HIV-positive.  R                         80,00
Kudzu Pueraria montana People use kudzu to treat alcoholism and to reduce symptoms of alcohol hangover, including headache, upset stomach, dizziness, and vomiting. Kudzu is also used for heart and circulatory problems, including high blood pressure, irregular heartbeat, heart failure, and chest pain; for upper respiratory problems including sinus infections, the common cold, hay fever, flu, and swine flu; and for skin problems, including allergic skin rash, itchiness, and psoriasis. Some people use kudzu for menopause symptoms, weight loss, exercise performance, muscle pain, measles, dysentery, stomach pain (gastritis), fever, diarrhea, thirst, neck stiffness, and to promote sweating. Other oral uses include treatment of polio myelitis, encephalitis, migraine, deafness, diabetes, nerve pain and vision loss associated with diabetes, and traumatic injuries.  R                         80,00
Lavender Lavandula officinalis Lavender is commonly used for anxiety, restlessness, insomnia, depression, headache and pain.In foods and beverages, lavender is used as a flavor component  R                         80,00
Melissa/Lemon Balm Melissa officinalis Mellisa/Lemon balm is used for digestive problems, including upset stomach, bloating, intestinal gas (flatulence), vomiting, and colic; for pain, including menstrual cramps, headache and toothache; and for mental disorders, including hysteria and melancholia. Many people believe lemon balm has calming effects so they take it for anxiety, sleep problems, and restlessness. Lemon balm is also used for Alzheimer’s disease, attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), an autoimmune disease involving the thyroid (Graves’ disease), swollen airways, rapid heartbeat due to nervousness, high blood pressure, sores, tumors, and insect bites.  R                         80,00
Milk thistle Silybum marianum Milk thistle is used to treat liver conditions and high cholesterol, and to reduce the growth of cancer cells. Milk thistle is a plant that originated in the Mediterranean region. It has been used for many different illnesses over the last several thousand years, especially liver problems.  R                         80,00

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Motherwort

Leonorus cardiaca a folk remedy for female reproductive disorders. Motherwort was also used for certain types of heart conditions, as the Latin word cardiaca indicates. Today,motherwort is recommended by herbalists and Commission E for heart palpitations occurring with anxiety attacks or other nervous disorders.  R                         80,00
Moringa Moringa  Moringa is used for “tired blood” (anemia); arthritis and other joint pain (rheumatism); asthma; cancer; constipation; diabetes; diarrhea; epilepsy; stomach pain; stomach and intestinal ulcers; intestinal spasms; headache; heart problems; high blood pressure; kidney stones; fluid retention; thyroid disorders; and bacterial, fungal, viral, and parasitic infections.  R                         80,00
Myrrh Commiphora molmol Myrrh is used for indigestion, ulcers, colds, cough, asthma, lung congestion, arthritis pain, cancer, leprosy, spasms, and syphilis. Myrrh is applied directly to the mouth for soreness and swelling, inflamed gums (gingivitis), loose teeth, canker sores, bad breath, and chapped lips. It is also used topically for hemorrhoids, bedsores, wounds, abrasions, and boils.  R                         80,00
Neem Azadarichta indica Moringa is also used to reduce swelling, increase sex drive (as an aphrodisiac), prevent pregnancy, boost the immune system, and increase breast milk production. Some people use it as a nutritional supplement or tonic.  R                         80,00

 

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Olive leaf

Olea europea Historically, olive leaf extract has been used for the prevention or treatment of inflammation, infections (e.g., the common cold, influenza, Candidiasis, urinary tract infections, shingles), diarrhea, allergies, and diseases such as Alzheimer’s, chronic fatigue syndrome, osteoarthritis, and osteoporosis.  R                         80,00
Oreganum Origanum vulgare Moringa is sometimes applied directly to the skin as a germ-killer or drying agent (astringent). It is also used topically for treating pockets of infection (abscesses), athlete’s foot, dandruff, gum disease (gingivitis), snakebites, warts, and wounds.  R                         80,00

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Parsley

Petroselinum sativum Health benefits: It is commonly used to inhibit viral, bacterial, fungal and parasitic infections. Oregano essential oil also heals the damage done by oxidation, soothes inflammations, promotes digestion, opens up obstructed menstruation, and helps cure allergies.  R                         80,00
Passiflora Passiflora incarnata Passion flower or Passiflora incarnata (Apricot Vine, Passion Vine, Water Lemon, and many others) is an herbal supplement commonly purported to treat anxiety disorders, trouble sleeping, upset stomach, irregular heartrate, high blood pressure, burns, and hemorrhoids.  R                         80,00
Pelargonium Pelargonium sidoides The South African geranium can help fight upper respiratory tract infections, including the common cold, bronchitis, and sinusitis.  R                         80,00
Piper longum  Piper longum It is most commonly used to treat chronic bronchitis, asthma, constipation, gonorrhea, paralysis of the tongue, diarrhea, cholera, chronic malaria, viral hepatitis, respiratory infections, stomachache, bronchitis, diseases of the spleen, cough, and tumors.  R                         80,00
Plantain leaf Plantago major An astringent, to heal wounds, asthma, fever and eye disorders. Infusion of the leaf has been taken for diarrhoea, ulcers, bloody urine, digestive disorders, and excess mucous discharge.Pharmacological Activities: Analgesic,[9] Antibacterial,[10,11] Antidiarrhoeal,[12] Anti-inflammatory,[4,13–15] Anticancer,[10,16–18] Antioxidant,[19]
 Antiprotozoal,[20,21] Antiviral,[22] Immunomodulatory,[23,24] Immunostimulatory,[25,26] Proliferative,[10] Antiulcerogenic,[6] Antimutagenic,[27,28]
 Uterotonic[29] and Wound healing.[30]
 R                         80,00

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Pygeum africanum

Pygeum africanum Pygeum is used for treating symptoms of enlarged prostate (benign prostatic hyperplasia, BPH) and prostate cancer. It is also used for pain caused by inflammation, kidney disease, urinary problems, malaria, stomachache, fever, and to increase sexual desire.  R                         80,00
Raspberry leaf Rubus idaeus People take it to try to: Regulate periods
Soothe upset stomach
Treat mouth soresThe leaves of red raspberry also have been a folk treatment in Europe for hundreds of years. Some pregnant women take red raspberry leaves to try to trigger labor or to ease pain during childbirth. As a treatment, red raspberry leaf seems to be safe for most people.
 R                         80,00
Onion (red) Allium cepa Onion contains chemicals that seem to reduce swelling (inflammation), reduce lung tightness in people with asthma, and reduce levels of cholesterol and sugar in the blood.  R                         80,00
Rosemary Rosmarinus officinalis Rosemary is used for digestion problems, including heartburn, intestinal gas (flatulence), and loss of appetite. It is also used for liver and gallbladder complaints, gout, cough, headache, high blood pressure, low blood pressure, stress, depression, improving memory in healthy adults, reducing age-related memory loss, improving energy and mental tiredness, opioid withdrawal symptoms, sunburn protection, and diabetic kidney disease.  R                         80,00

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Sage

Salvia officinalis Sage is used for digestive problems, including loss of appetite, gas (flatulence), stomach pain (gastritis), diarrhea, bloating, and heartburn. It is also used for reducing overproduction of perspiration and saliva; and for depression, diabetes, high cholesterol, and a condition in which there is too little blood flow to the brain (cerebral ischemia). It is also used to improve mental performance and memory, to reduce pain after surgery, for Alzheimer’s disease, and to prevent lung cancer. Women use sage for painful menstrual periods, to correct excessive milk flow during nursing, and to reduce hot flashes during menopause. Sage is also used by men to reduce hot flashes during certain treatment for prostate cancer called androgen deprivation therapy. Sage is applied directly to the mouth or throat for cold sores, gum disease (gingivitis), sore mouth, throat, or tongue, swollen, painful nasal passages, and swollen tonsils. It is also applied to the skin after sun exposure to prevent sunburn. Some people inhale sage for asthma. As an aromatherapy, some people use sage to improve memory and brain function.  R                         80,00
Sarsaparilla  Sarsaparilla Sarsaparilla is used for treating psoriasis and other skin diseases, rheumatoid arthritis (RA), and kidney disease; for increasing urination to reduce fluid retention; and for increasing sweating. Sarsaparilla is also used along with conventional drugs for treating leprosy and for syphilis. Athletes sometimes use sarsaparilla as a steroid for performance enhancement or bodybuilding.   R                         80,00
Saw palmetto Serenoa repens Saw palmetto is used to treat benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH). Side effects are digestive upset and headache, both mild.  R                         80,00
Schisandra Schisandra People take schisandra to try to raise their: Energy Levels, Physical Performance,  Resistance to stress and disease, Lung problems and coughing, Digestive system issues, Liver disease  R                         80,00

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Siberian ginseng

Eleutherococcus senticosus Siberian ginseng is used to strengthen the body and increase general resistance to daily stress.In addition,  Siberian ginseng is used for conditions of the heart and blood vessels such as high blood pressure, low blood pressure, hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis), and rheumatic heart disease. It is also used for kidney disease, Alzheimer’s disease, attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), chronic fatigue syndrome, diabetes, fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis, flu, colds, chronic bronchitis, and tuberculosis. It is also used for treating the side effects of cancerchemotherapy.Some people use Siberian ginseng to improve athletic performance and the ability to do work. They also use it to treat sleep problems (insomnia) and the symptoms of infections caused by herpes simplex type 2. People take schisandra to try to raise their:Energy levels,Physical performance and Resistance to stress and disease  R                         80,00
Skullcap Scuttelaria lateriflora Skullcap is used for trouble sleeping (insomnia), anxiety, stroke, and paralysis caused by stroke. It is also used for fever, high cholesterol, “hardening of the arteries” (atherosclerosis), rabies, epilepsy, nervous tension, allergies, skin infections, inflammation, and spasms.  R                         80,00
Slippery elm Ulmus fulva People take slippery elm for coughs, sore throat, colic, diarrhea, constipation, hemorrhoids, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), bladder and urinary tract infections, syphilis, herpes, and for expelling tapeworms. It is also used for protecting against stomach and duodenal ulcers, for colitis, diverticulitis, GI inflammation, and too much stomach acid. Slippery elm is also taken by mouth to cause an abortion. Slippery elm is applied to the skin for wounds, burns, gout, rheumatism, cold sores, boils, abscesses, ulcers, toothaches, sore throat, and as a lubricant to ease labor  R                         80,00

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Stinging nettle

Urtica dioica Stinging nettle root is used for urination problems related to an enlarged prostate (benign prostatic hyperplasia [BPH]). These problems include nighttime urination, too frequent urination, painful urination, inability to urinate, and irritable bladder. Stinging nettle root is also used for joint ailments, as a diuretic, and as an astringent.  R                         80,00
Saint John’s Wort   Saint John’s wort is used as an antidepressant. Recent studies have not confirmed that there is more than a slight effect on depression. More research is needed to determine the best dose. A side effect is sensitivity to light, but this is only noted in people taking large doses of the herb. St. John’s work can cause a dangerous interaction with other commonly used medicines. Always talk with your healthcare provider before using this herb.  R                         80,00
Sutherlandia Sutherlandia frutescens Sutherlandia frutescens (SF), a medicinal plant indigenous to South Africa, is traditionally used to treat a diverse range of illnesses, including cancer and viral infections.   R                         80,00
Thyme Thymus vulgaris Thyme essential oil has many benefits and people use it for improving their skin, blood circulation, and strengthening the immune system. It can be used internally but no more than 1% internally. It can be employed to eliminate spasms, give relief from rheumatism by removing toxins, protect wounds from becoming septic, and it kills bacteria. Thyme essential oil helps to cure chest infections, coughs and colds, is good for heart health, gives relief from excess gas, heals scars and after marks, increases urination, regulates menstrual cycles, and cures coughs and colds.  R                         80,00
Tribulis terrestis Tribulis terrestris Traditionally, people have used this plant for a variety of potential effects, including to enhance libido, keep the urinary tract healthy and reduce swelling ( 3 ). Today, Tribulus terrestris is widely used as a general health supplement, as well as in supplements that claim to increase testosterone levels  R                         80,00

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Turmeric

Curcuma longa Turmeric is commonly used for conditions involving pain and inflammation, such as osteoarthritis. It is also used for hay fever, depression, high cholesterol, a type of liver disease, and itching. Some people use turmeric for heartburn, thinking and memory skills, inflammatory bowel disease, stress, and many other conditions, but there no good scientific evidence to support these uses.  R                         80,00
Valerian root Valeriana officinalis Valerian is used to treat sleeplessness and to reduce anxiety. Research suggests that valerian may be a helpful sleep aid, but there are no well-designed studies to confirm the results. In the U.S., valerian is used as a flavoring for root beer and other foods. As with any medicinal herb, talk with your healthcare provider before taking it.  R                         80,00
White willow bark Salix alba Willow bark acts a lot like aspirin, so it is used for pain, including headache, muscle pain, menstrual cramps, rheumatoid arthritis (RA), osteoarthritis, gout, and a disease of the spine called ankylosing spondylitis.  R                         80,00
Wild yam Dioscorea villosa Potential medicinal uses for wild yam include the treatment of menopause symptoms, rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, and muscular cramps. Some traditional medicine practitioners believe that wild yam has anti-inflammatory properties and use it to treat rheumatoid arthritis.  R                         80,00
Willow herb Epilobium angustifolium Willow herb is used to reduce symptoms of migraines, sleep problems, anemia, infections, colds, ulcers, stomach and intestinal problems, pain and swelling (inflammation), fevers, tumors, wounds, enlarged prostate (benign prostatic hyperplasia, BPH), and other prostate and bladder problems.  R                         80,00
Yarrow Achillea millefolium It is also used on the skin for burns, rashes, and other skin problems. It is also used in the ear, nose, and throat to reduce swelling.  R                         80,00
Rev. Sep 2019      

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