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Milk thistle seed (Silybum marianum) has a history dating back over two thousand years as a favorite among herbalists for its positive effects on the liver and gallbladder. [1] The ancient philosophers Pliny and Galen both praised the herb for liver cleansing. Now, milk thistle is one of the most well-researched plants for liver support applications. (more…)

Organic soil has been naturally amended by the decomposition of plants and animals and unfortunately, today, most of the soil in the world has been depleted by agribusiness. Farmers who produce certified organic produce must first develop soil that meets with the criteria of the USDA. This requires them to amend previously depleted soil with essential organic compounds with the intent of restoring soil with the original richness our planet previously enjoyed prior to the damage caused by modern day industrialization. (more…)

Castor Oil Packs have been used successfully over the years for lung cleansing. Castor oil has long been used as a folk remedy for a broad spectrum of ailments, including skin conditions, to liver and gallbladder cleansing. In addition to well-known applications of castor oil, Edgar Cayce strongly recommended using castor oil packs to stimulate waste elimination and lymphatic circulation. (more…)

Aging is a fact of life, and none of us are getting younger. But, if you're active in your efforts, there are several ways to slow down the effects and age gracefully. Many of which are non-invasive methods that'll help your skin look vibrant and healthy, and these five incredible herbs are among the best ways to achieve that. Best Herbs for Anti-Aging Ginseng Bilberry Gotu Kola Turmeric Vitamin D3 1. Ginseng Probably the most popular and common form of ginseng include Korean (Panax) ginseng, but there's also Siberian ginseng […]

What Is Damiana? Damiana, or Turnera diffusa, is a flowering shrub found throughout Mexico, the West Indies, and parts of Central and South America. The leaves have historically been used as traditional herbal therapies for tonic and cleansing purposes. Indigenous people in Central and South America have used the leaves to make a tea, which is believed to have relaxing and aphrodisiac effects. (more…)