Traditional Medicines: A semi-brief history of Ancient Medicine & Herbalism

The use of plants as medicines predates written human history. Archaeological evidence indicates that humans were using medicinal plants during the Paleolithic period, approximately 60,000 years ago. Even other non-human primates are known to ingest medicinal plants...
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Herbalism for Beginners

Where to start in the wide world of herbalism. Most of us probably don’t think about the first time we were introduced to herbs. They are so ingrained into culinary culture that we grow up never questioning when we threw in a pinch of pepper, or a handful of rosemary,...
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Ashwagandha and Blood Sugar

... Ashwagandha may help regulate blood sugar which aids in suppressing sugar cravings  
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Herbalism for Beginners

Where to start in the wide world of herbalism. Most of us probably don’t think about the first time we were introduced to herbs. They are so ingrained into culinary culture that we grow up never questioning when we threw in a pinch of pepper, or a handful of rosemary,...

read more

Ashwagandha for Thyroid Health

Animal studies reveal ashwagandha has a thyroid hormone balancing effect* (*We do not support animal testing. We regret that animal models are still the only approved method for testing the efficacy of herbal treatments within the scientific community--grimly ironic...

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We Love Ashwagandha

"Preliminary studies indicate that the herb helps to reduce the negative effects of stress, slow tumour growth, treat anxiety and insomnia, and reduce cholesterol in addition to increasing sexual performance." - Herb Wisdom  

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Ashwagandha for Strengthened Immunity

Studies have shown significant measures of strengthened immunity in rodents given ashwagandha. *We do not support animal testing. We regret that animal models are still the only approved method for testing the efficacy of herbal treatments...

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What is Aswagandha?

Ashwagandha means ‘Smell of Horse,’ which refers to the fresh root’s distinct horsey smell, and the traditional belief that ingesting the herb will confer the strength and virility of a horse.    ...

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Mounting Frequency?

A study found that Suma root extract significantly improved sexual performance and mounting frequency in “sexually sluggish” rats*   *We do not support animal testing. We regret that animal models are still the only approved method for...

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Did Someone Say Libido?

Research has shown Suma supports the endocrine system, has anti-cancer qualities, improves strength and exercise performance, is an adaptogen, oxygenates cells, and improves libido.  

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Get Those Vitamins…

Suma contains an abnormally huge amount of nutrients, minerals, phytochemicals, plant sterols, steroidal saponins, and vitamins.  

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