Tarragon has long been used as a digestive tonic because it aids in the production of bile by the liver. Not only can it improve natural digestion, but it has also been found to relieve common digestive problems like an upset stomach, irritable bowels and dyspepsia. It has also been used in traditional folk remedies for ridding the bowels of intestinal worms.
This Ayurvedic herb, commonly used for G. I. tract disturbances and skin rashes as found with eczema and psoriasis, contains giloin, gilenin, and tinosporine.
Equisetum arvense (Horsetail)
A potent antimicrobial shown to be effective against staph, e coli, kelbsiells, pseudomonas, candida, and more
This herb contains several fungicides including thymol.
Tebebuia species (Pau D’Arco)
Contains anti-fungal properties.
Urtica dioica (Stinging Nettle)
High levels of chlorophyl, protein, vitamins and minerals. Anti-inflammatory and supportive for the microbiome.
Olea suropaea (Olive Leaf)
Contains anti-fungal and antiviral polyphenols.