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Boosting Energy – Restoration Bundle 

 

Each Tincture is available in 2oz and 4 oz.

 

Herbs to Help Support Your Body’s Natural Recovery Process and Energy Levels After Respiratory Troubles. Bundled Together For Maximum Effect and a Nice Discount 🙂

 

Kit Includes Any or All of The Following:

  • Brigham Tea Tincture
  • Siberian Ginseng Tincture
  • Rehmannia Tincture

 

Brigham Tea Tincture - HomeGrown Herbalist Brigham Tea, also known as Mormon Tea.

 

Siberian Ginseng Tincture - In Siberia and China, where this variety of Ginseng grows, the lines of customers waiting to purchase are heavily populated by older men. I’m guessing they aren’t buying it to stimulate their immune systems. ;0)

 

Precautions:

Do not take it during pregnancy or while nursing. Do not combine Siberian Ginseng with pharmaceuticals used for diabetes, blood thinning, or heart conditions.

 

Description :

Siberian Ginseng grows naively in China and Russia; it grows in small groups at the edges of forests. Siberian ginseng shrubs grow well on the sunny edges of woodland gardens or in areas of dappled shade. Siberian ginseng will grow in part shade to full sun and needs just enough water to keep the soil moist. The root is usually finely chopped or ground and made into teas and tinctures that are used to help prevent colds and flu, and to increase energy, longevity, and vitality. Though in Asia it is consumed as a stimulant tonic, people who take Siberian ginseng during the day often report that they sleep better at night. Just don’t take it before bed.

 

History and Folklore:

Siberian Ginseng has been part of the herbal repertoire in Chinese medicine for thousands of years. It has been used historically in Russia and China where it grows wild. Its use was initially intended as a replacement for Panax Ginseng which was becoming hard to find due to overharvesting. It was used historically as an immune stimulant, to improve libido and fertility, and as a tonic stimulant.

 

Cultivation and Harvest:

Harvest the aerial parts of the plant, by cutting the stems about 3 inches above the ground. Be sure to leave enough plants in the area to allow regrowth.

 

Precautions:

Do not take it during pregnancy or while nursing. Do not combine Siberian Ginseng with pharmaceuticals used for diabetes, blood thinning, or heart conditions.

 

Traditional Herbal Actions:

Adaptogenic, Hemodynamic, Immuno-boosting, Cardioprotective

 

Other Names:

Devil’s Shrub, Ci Wujia, Eleuthero Root, and Touch-Me-Not

 

Tincture Ingredients: Siberian Ginseng (Eleutherococcus senticosus)

 

Rehmannia Tincture

 

Rehmannia is a staple herb in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). It is used in many herbal preparations from those designed to support fatigue to various kidney and liver tonics.

 

Description :

Rehmannia glutinosa is a perennial plant that can grow up to 6-12 inches tall. It prefers moist, sandy, or loamy soil. The yellow-brown or violet bell-shaped flowers, which have both male and female organs, look a lot like Foxglove and are pollinated by insects. Rehmannia roots and rhizomes contain over 70 active compounds that include a variety of amino acids, vitamins A, B, C, and D, and polysaccharides. Rehmannia is used in Asia in decoctions for supporting the body while making blood and relieving fatigue.

 

History and Folklore:

Rehmannia has more than a thousand-year history of cultivation in China. It is relied on as one of the most popular herbal tonics in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). The genus name “Rehmannia” honors botanist Joseph Rehmann, while “glutinosa” means glutinous, sticky, or glue-like, referring to the sticky leaves, stems, and roots. In TCM, Rehmannia is one of the primary ingredients in tonics designed to help the body make blood.

Cultivation and Harvest:

Harvest the tuberous roots in the fall, as the flowers begin to wither.

 

Precautions:

Do not use it while pregnant or nursing. Causes dizziness and heart palpitations in some people. Can cause diarrhea, loss of appetite, or upset stomach.

 

Traditional Herbal Actions:

Adaptogen, Immune Stimulant, Kidney and Liver Tonic

Other Names:

Shu di huang, Chinese Foxglove

 

Tincture Ingredients: Rehmannia (Rehmannia glutinosa)

 

 

*These statements have not been verified by the FDA and are only referenced here as a fun fact and/or for historical commentary, are not to be used as medical advice in any way. Consult your doctor before ingesting any herbal product.

 

None of these items or statements are approved by FDA. Consult your physician before taking any supplement. Do not take herbs or tinctures during pregnancy without consulting your healthcare provider. This product is not intended to diagnose or treat any disease. All information here is for entertainment and educational purposes only.

Boosting Energy – Restoration Bundle

$68.00Price