Historical Use of Herbs

Trans Kal    (Calcium Builder & Nerve Support)

Historically these herbs & foods have been known to be used for:

Alfalfa is high in absorbable calcium and trace minerals.

Oatstraw feeds the nerves, liver, skin and joints with natural calcium.

Horsetail is a good source of silica to hair skin, nails, teeth and bones.

Red Raspberry is high in calcium.

Rosehips are high in natural vitamin C to assist calcium absorption.

Blessed Thistle helps with liver support and detoxification.

Watercress is a good tonic for the kidneys and bladder due to its high mineral content and diuretic support.

Yucca helps with inflamed, sore joints.

L-Taurine amino acid

red raspberry
blessed thistle

Let your food be your medicine and

your medicine be your food.

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Joanne Brophy CH, CNC  


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