|Blacksamson Echinacea Root (Echinacea angustifolia) – Used traditionally as an immune system stimulant, anti-infammatory, |
antiviral and a mild antiseptic. This has been shown to improve the white blood cells’ ability to combat infections ranging from viral
and bacterial to fungal.
Goldenseal (Hydrastis canadensis) – Traditionally used as an antiseptic, hemostatic, diuretic, laxative and tonic/anti-infammatory
for the mucous membranes. External use has been helpful with healing wounds, sores, acne, ringworm and other skin conditions.
Myrrh (Commphora myrrha) – Myrrh has been known to be an effective antibacterial and can be used on abrasions, athlete’s foot,
canker sores, dermatitis, scaly skin conditions, gingivitis, asthma and bronchial disease.
Red Clover (Trifolium pretense) – Historically used as an antispasmodic, expectorant, mild sedative and blood purifer for asthma
and bronchitis. Externally it has been used as a wash for athlete’s foot, sores, burns and ulcers.
Bayberry Bark (Myrica cerifera) – Herbalists have used this herb for its astringent and antibacterial properties. Other traditional uses
have been for diarrhea, fever, hemorrhoids, hepatitis, infammation and vaginitis.
Lapacho (Pau D’Arco) – In Brazil and South America, Pau D’Arco bark is an accepted remedy for vaginal yeast infection, other
fungal infections and immune system weakness.
White Pond Lily (Nymphaea odorata) – American Indians used the root for coughs, tuberculosis, infamed glands and mouth
Pine Oil (Pinus sylvestris) – Pine essential oil has traditionally been used to treat respiratory infections, urinary infections, cysts,
gout, cuts, sores, stress and to stimulate the adrenal glands.
Tea Tree Oil (Melaleuca alternifolia) – Traditionally used topically as a powerful antiseptic and antifungal readily absorbed by the
skin. Therapeutic uses include acne, athlete’s foot, boils, colds, cystitis, fungal infections, sores, vaginitis, wounds and yeast infec-
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