CATAGORY: Nutrition

CONDITION: Arthritis, Asthma, High Blood Pressure

DESCRIPTION: Alfalfa probably originated in the Near East and is now widely cultivated there and elsewhere around the world for forage. Arabs called it the "father of herbs." Alfalfaís roots grow as deep as 20 feet or more, providing the plant with a rich source of nutrients not always found at the groundís surface. Alfalfa, is dried and ground to a fine powder for encapsulation. The plantís juice is used for Liquid Chlorophyll.

CATAGORY: Intestinal System, Skin, Nutrition, Immune System

CONDITION: Sunburn, Skin Problems, Insect Bites, Ulcers, Arthritis, Constipation

DESCRIPTION: Aloe Vera is native to Africa but is grown today in the West Indies and the American Southwest. Aloe is a member of the lily family, although it resembles cactus. It's been used since ancient times, but only recently has it enjoyed a rediscovery and subsequent popularity explosion. Due to increased demand, many companies manufacture aloe vera. Unfortunately, many of these products lose much of the plantís original benefits by overprocessing. Some claim to have removed the disagreeable taste of the plantís juice, for example. But in doing so, they end up with a product that is only 10-15 percent aloe vera, at best. The leaf is filleted; then the green outer portion that contains aloin is removed, leaving the gel that remains in the leaf. The gel remains thick when the leaf is first cut, but after a few minutes, an enzymatic reaction causes it to become liquid and freely run out. Because bacteria can thrive on this raw liquid, ascorbic acid (vitamin C) and sodium benzoate are added as preservatives. Sodium benzoate is effective in very low quantities, and is therefore perhaps the best and safest method for preserving aloe vera juice. Aloe vera is a nutritional storehouse, containing vitamins B1, B2, B6, C, niacinamide, choline and 18 amino acids, in addition to many other nutritional substances. Aloe vera juice is an ingredient in many commercial topical creams, lotions and shampoos. Aloe vera juice can also be taken internally with juice or water as an addition to the diet. The Aloe Vera Gel is created by adding a gelling agent, such as Irish moss extract, to the juice. Aloe vera gel spreads on quickly and penetrates deeply, leaving no tickiness. If you enjoy the benefits of regular aloe vera juice, imagine the value of being able to get the whole leaf! Whole Leaf Aloe Vera provides a higher level of mucopolysaccharides than regular filleted aloe vera. Only the intense cleansing components have been removed, leaving a high level of mucopolysaccharides (7,000 mg per liter). Used externally, it is known for its hydrating and moisturizing properties.

CATAGORY: Nutrition

CONDITION: Immune System, Constipation, Inflammation, Poor Digestion

DESCRIPTION: Barley grass is derived from young barley plants, which have a strong resistance to disease and fungus. Barley greens are also a superior source of chlorophyll, the nutrient-rich by-product of photosynthesis that makes plants green and is chemically similar to human blood. Barley greens provide 30 times more vitamin B1 and calcium than milk, seven times more vitamin C than oranges, and nearly five times the iron of spinach.

CATAGORY: Nutrition, Immune System

CONDITION: Allergies, Colds Flu, Depression, Low Energy

DESCRIPTION: Bee Pollen, a true gift from Mother Nature, contains many essential nutrients. Pollen is the male germ of flowering plants. As bees forage, the pollen mixes with nectar and accumulates in yellow granules on the beesí legs. It is an excellent nutritional supplement for enhancing immunity and, with its strong nutritional profile, for providing energy. It contains up to 35 percent complete protein, as well as 22 amino acids, an especially rich storehouse of B vitamins, 27 mineral salts, trace elements and several enzymes. Greeks called it the "nectar of the gods." Many performance and endurance athletes use it before workouts and competition. Bee pollen is gathered from hives in rural China and Spain, where a pure, unpolluted supply is ensured. To collect pollen, beekeepers block the entrance to the hive with a mesh screen. As the bees squeeze through, the pollen falls off their legs and is collected in a tray beneath. The pollen pellets are naturally dried to preserve vital enzymes. Theyíre then cleaned and prepared for marketing.

CATAGORY: Intestinal System, Skin

CONDITION: Diarrhea, Constipation, Colitis, Colon Disorders, Infection, Colds/Flu, Bruises, Eye Problems

DESCRIPTION: Bentonite, Hydrated - while not actually a herb, is a natural clay that comes from volcanic ash. It is often used as a thickener in facial masks as it absorbs excess oil and dirt from the skin. Studies show that the internal use of volcanic ash goes back to the indigenous peoples of the high Andes mountains, tribes in Central Africa and the aborigines of Australia. Taken internally, it supports the intestinal system in the elimination of toxins. Hydrated bentonite is made by suspending the microfine bentonite of USP-grade purity in purified water.