Tuesday, September 13, 2016


Fall Herbal Medicine Chest
Summer is fading, so now would be a good time to inventory that medicine chest. As the cooler weather approaches, make sure you have the right herbs you need to combat cold weather maladies.  Order this week and save 10% on these essential herbs.


Arnica Flower (Arnica Montana) Use for arthritic aches affected by seasonal changes. Keep this one in your cabinet year round to help stop pain and minimize bruising and edema. Rub the tincture directly on the area and take internally. Do not use on broken skin.



Astragalus Root (Astragalus membranaceus) Take this antiviral herb twice a day to prevent or treat colds and flu and to boost immunity.



Calendula flower, aka Marigold flower, (Calendula officinalis) Use calendula tinctures to soothe chapped skin and lips, rashes and scalp conditions.  Mix a few drops with coconut oil and apply directly to the affected area.



Chamomile Flower (Maticara recutita) This soothing herb works great as a dust-irritant reliever. It is also good for upset stomachs, heartburn and indigestion and to promote relaxation.


Echinacea Purpurea Root  naturally enhances the immune system to treat colds, flu, sore throat, and other common infections. This herb is best taken when a cold is coming on with the recommended dosage of three to four times a day.



Ginkgo Leaf (Ginkgo biloba) Use to combat low circulation or insufficient blood flow, mental fuzziness, memory loss, or vertigo.


Ginseng Root-Tienchi/Tian San Qi (Radix pseudo-ginseng) relieves lethargy and fatigue and boosts resilience to environmental stresses. Take 2-3 times a day unless directed otherwise.


Kudzu Root (Pueraria lobata) Used for hangovers and helps alcohol and tobacco cravings, taken before and after the celebration.  Regulates heart rate, helps tame headaches, migraines, vertigo, tinnitus, blood sugar retinopathy, glaucoma and nerve deafness.

The information presented herein by New Way Herbs is intended for educational purposes only. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, cure, treat or prevent disease. Individual results may vary, and before using any supplements, it is always advisable to consult with your own health care provider.

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