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Whether or not you overindulged from Thanksgiving through New Year’s Eve, your body can always use some extra TLC. Our 100% alcohol-free liquid herbal supplements are a good way to start a healthy new year. This is particularly true of our Lymphatic Cleanse and our Intestinal Cleanse, chock full of botanicals that support gut and lymphatic functions. Many of these herbs have a long history among healers on multiple continents. These herbal cleanses are about more than eliminating the negative. They also support the hard-working defenses Mother Nature has already built into the human body. Overlapping Defenses Not surprisingly, the intestines and lymphatic...

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Healthy physical desire is an important component of any romantic relationship. When desire begins to fade, it can impact a couple’s quality of life. It is normal for desire to fluctuate over time, but these herbs can boost libido and help you get your mojo back.  1. Maca Root Native to Peru, the maca plant has traditionally been used to enhance desire and fertility. It is also believed to improve stamina and overall energy. Scientifically known as Lepidium meyenii, the herb helps promote vitality and may even alleviate menopausal symptoms in women. The main edible part of the plant is...

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The start of a new year is a time to celebrate. In many areas of the world, New Year’s Eve festivities include the setting off of fireworks. While fun for humans, pets are more sensitive to flashing lights, loud noises, and strong odors. Keeping your furry friend indoors during firework shows can help, but it may not be enough for some pets. To keep their pet calm during fireworks, pet parents may resort to vet-prescribed sedatives. However, this is not the most safe or cost-effective option. For pet owners that prefer a more natural and affordable solution for keeping their...

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Ask five different people to list their top five healing herbs and you’ll probably get five different answers. But certain herbal tinctures pop up with particular frequency because of their accessibility and long history of use. Here are five examples, which you’ll find among our inventory of 100% alcohol-free liquid herbal supplements. 1. Dandelion European settlers couldn’t imagine life in the New World without dandelions, so they brought their “dent de lion” with them. The French name, meaning lion’s tooth, references the plant’s coarsely toothed leaves. Dandelions thrived in America and soon acquired the nickname, “horse lettuce,” because horses happily...

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There’s a reason why naturopathic medicine has been around for millennia. It works. Herbs have long played an important role in keeping us fit, especially when it comes to promoting digestive health. 1. Tummy Settlers Remember how your mother would pour out a glass of ginger ale when you complained of an upset tummy? Ginger has a hallowed reputation for settling the stomach. Naturopaths and practitioners of Traditional Chinese Medicine routinely prescribe ginger root for pregnant women and travelers to keep their stomachs on an even keel throughout their respective journeys. Speaking of journeys, have you ever flown to the...

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