Historical Use of Herbs
IRIS (liver & eyes)
Historically these herbs have been known to be used for:
Gingko Biloba can aid brain function, reduce mild anxiety and depression. helps with circulation and heart health.
Dandelion leaf, flower & root has been a favorite liver nourisher, used as a gentle, but powerful cleansing tonic for a range of liver problems, toxic conditions , and circulation problems.
Red Eyebright can calm red inflamed eye lids as an anti-inflammatory.
Rose Hips are high in Vitamin C for healing of tissues.
Korean Ginseng increases vitality by strengthening the adrenal glands.
Marigold (concentrated lutein) helps with skin and eye inflammation.
Artichoke flower, leaf & root helps with digestion and liver.
Beet Root has been known to drain fluids through the kidneys and bladder, as well as to soothe and strengthen them. With its high mineral content, it stimulates enzyme activity through the lymphatic system and circulation of the blood. It also regulates menstruation, anemia, low blood sugar, liver problems and nerves. It is a good support for women who have a heavy menstrual flow or for that run-down feeling.
Chicory stimulates enzyme activity through the lymphatic system and circulation of the blood.
Chamomile can have a calming effect of nerves to aid sleep. Can calm digestive upset.
Wild Oregon Grape helps with skin, liver and stomach upset.
Plantain herb helps the skin with wounds, cuts, rashes, irritations and insect bites.