Bilberry – $1.30 – $2.60 An antioxidant herb, builds the immune system, kidney/urinary tract, pancreas, digestive system; may benefit night vision, supports healthy balance of blood sugar levels and strength of veins and capillaries. Calming Chamomile – $1.30 – $2.60 A gentle nervine and digestive aid that calms nervous energy and settles occasional upset stomachs.
Goji Plus Longevity – $1.50 – $3.00 Strengthens and improves immune function and rejuvenate exhausted body systems, health balancing, and tissue healing herbs. Helps rebuild and calm nerves, relieve fatigue, slow the aging process, improve mental function, energy, vitality and stamina.
N-rgy Boost – $1.50 – $3.00 With mate, guarana and green tea to give that natural caffeine tonic lift to energy, enhances oxygenation in the brain.
Tyro-Boost – $1.50 – $3.00 Helps activate and build thyroid function and structural integrity and helps build up iodine reserves with regular use. Has naturally occurring mineral salts and vitamins necessary for optimal thyroid hormone production. Helps reduce thyroid-related imbalances.
Vitality Build – $1.50 – $3.00 Ginseng, revered in Asia for many centuries for its effect on health and longevity, help maintain physical vitality reserves of strength, endurance and stamina. Supports heart, brain and overall stamina.
Chakra Balancing Herbs – $3.00 – $6.00 Dandelion Root, Calendula, Marshmallow, Jasmine, Red Clover Blossom, Eyebright, Lavender
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