|Rainforest Toddy™ 1 QT.|
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- Alfalfa (King of the roots): Alfalfa has been known about for hundreds of years and has been shown to be rich in vitamins A,C,B2, B-3 and bioflavonoid.
- Angelica: Named after a medieval European monk.
- Cascara Sagrada: First used by the Native American. They called it "The Great Herb." The Native American's have been using it as a very mild laxative.
- Celery Seed: Modern day herbalist have used it for its soothing effects. It provides a rich level of vitamin A, B-Complex and C.
- Camomile Flowers: It is thought that Camomile relieves upset stomachs and indigestion, calms and relaxes.
- Dandelion Root: The root is rich in vitamin A, C, K and B2.
- Echinacea: The use of this herb has been traced back to ancient shaman's and Native American Medicine Men.
- Ginko Baloba: The Ginko Tree is the oldest living species of tree, Chinese Monks have been using the tree for food and medicine for generations. Ginkgo leaves also contain two types of chemicals (flavonoids and terpenoids) believed to have potent antioxidant properties.
- Ginseng: One of the most used herbs today, Chinese have been using ginseng for over 5000 years. They composed the name ginseng from two words meaning "Man Plant" from its frequent likeness to the human form.
- Golden Seal: Due to over harvesting, wild Golden Seal is almost extinct.
- Horehound Root: A member of the mint family, it is rich in vitamin A,C,E and B-complex. Since the 1600's.
- Licorice Root: Is found in the wild but for the most part farmed for harvesting.
- Passion Flower: History shows that it was Captain John Smith, who said that Passion Flower was cultivated by the Indians of Virginia who believed it to "quiet and soothe" the body and assure peaceful rest.
- Sarsaparilla Root: A favorite for years by the Native Americans. Sarsaparilla contains vitamin C, B-compex (especially B-6), calcium, iron and other trace minerals.
- Saw Palmetto Berries: Saw Palmetto provides sterols and the fatty acids caproic, lauric and palmitic.
- Thyme: Ancient Romans used Thyme to treat coughs, digestive problems and intestinal worms. Thyme oil started to be used as an antiseptic during the 17th century and became common practice by the mid 1900's.
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