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JC Tonic, Jurak, herbs, health, tonic, home based businessAlfalfa Herb (Medicago sativa L.)
Acts on the cardiovascular, nervous, and digestive systems. Used to stimulate appetite, increase peristaltic action of the stomach and bowels. It is highly nutrient dense and rich in important minerals.

Angelica Root (Angelica archangelica L.)
Is effective for appetite loss, digestive ailments, urinary systems and gastrointestinal tract spasm. It is considered to have antibiotic, analgesic, diaphoretic and expectorant properties. It is used to treat menstrual conditions and helps maintain a woman’s health and well being during and after menopause. It also serves as a blood mover and has immune system enhancing properties.

Celery Seed (Apium graveolens L.)
Used as a diuretic, for blood purification, for regulating elimination of the bowels, for glandular stimulation, pneumatic complaints. Celery Seed is also used for weight loss due to malnutrition, for loss of appetite, exhaustion, and as a prophylactic for nerves.

Chamomile, German (Matricaria Chamomilla)
Is a carminative, used to treat flatulent nervous dyspepsia, nasal catarrh and nervous diarrhea. Chamomile is effective for gastrointestinal spasms and inflammatory diseases of the gastrointestinal tract. It has antiphlogistic and antispasmodic effects. Naturally promotes relaxation and acts as a reinforcement for stress.

Dandelion Root (Taraxacum officinale L.)
Promotes a healthy liver. Improves function of the pancreas, spleen, stomach, gallbladder and kidneys. It is used for disturbances in bile flow, as a diuretic, for loss of appetite, and dyspeptic problems. It acts as a blood purifier by straining and filtering toxins and wastes from the bloodstream.

Gentian Root (Gentiana lutea L.)
Used for digestive disorders, such as loss of appetite, fullness, and flatulence and dyspepsic complaints. Good for liver and spleen function.

Hops Flower (Humulus lupulus L.)
Naturally promotes relaxation and exerts calming effects, thereby inducing rest.  Effective for treating sleep disorders, nervous conditions, anxiety and mood problems. Also, good for pain, stress, circulation and muscle cramps.

Horehound Herb (Marrubium vulgare L.)
Used for dyspepsia, loss of appetite, bloating and flatulence, liver and gallbladder complaints. It has long been noted for its efficiency in the lung.

Horsetail Herb (Equisetum arvense L.)
Strengthens bones, connective tissue, hair, nails and teeth. Increases calcium absorption. Used for post-traumatic and static edema.

Licorice Root (Glycyrrhiza glabra L.)
Effective for blood purification and detoxification, circulation, fatique, weight loss, environmental related conditions, thyroid and mental alertness. Also has soothing benefits for the stomach, digestive tract and as an antioxidant.

Mallow Herb (Malva rotundifolia L.)
Used for the inflammation and ulceration of the digestive tract, hiatal hernia, excess mucus, asthma, urinary tract infections, irritating coughs. Digestive system stimulator. Has a soothing effect on inflammation and irritation of the alimentary canal and of the urinary and respiratory organs.

Malva Flower (Malva moshata L.)
Used for the respiratory tract and the gastrointestinal tract. A mucilaginous herb that is an expectorant, soothes irritated tissues in the throat and chest and reduces inflammation. Has a calming effect on the body.

Passion Flower Herb (Passiflora incarnata L.)
Used for the treatment of nervous anxiety, stress, sleep disorders and neuralgia. The anti-spasmodic, anxiolytic, sedative and mood elevation qualities have value.

Peppermint Herb (Mentha piperita L.)
Used internally for cramps of the upper gastrointestinal tract and bile ducts, irritated colon, catarrh of the respiratory tract and loss of appetite. Aids the liver and assists circulation at the capillary level.

Quassia Wood (Quassia amara L.)
Recommended to treat the formation of acid substances during digestion.  Improves appetite, aids stomach and digestion. Used to help relieve irregularities (diarrhea or constipation), bloating, low energy levels and menstrual difficulties. Also aids sinus infections and certain types of eczema.

Sarsaparilla Root (Sarsaparillae radix L.)

Known as a blood purifier that facilitates the removal of wastes from the blood, either by promoting better circulation, or improving liver and kidney. Used as a
diuretic and dysphonic.

Saw Palmetto Berry (Serenoa serrulata L.)
Supports prostate health and “well being”. Maintains proper urinary function. Considered an expectorant, sedative and diuretic.

Thyme Leaf
(Thymus vulgaris L.)

Effective for symptoms of congestion of the upper respiratory tract. Acts as a  bronchial antispasmodic, expectorant, and carminative.

Vital Minerals      

Boron was shown to be an essential element for plants early this century and there is now evidence that it is also necessary for humans. Boron is distributed throughout the human body with the highest concentration in the bones and dental enamel.

Calcium is removed from the tightly bound part of the bone to maintain blood levels only when dietary intake is inadequate and the more mobile stores are exhausted. Bone undergoes a constant remodeling process with 20 percent of an adult’s bone calcium re-absorbed and replaced every year.

Iodine is an essential trace element for humans. The average adult body contains between 20 and 50 mg iodine, and more than 60 percent of this is concentrated in the thyroid gland situated at the base of the neck. The rest is in thyroid hormones in the blood, ovaries and muscles. Worldwide soil distribution of iodine is extremely variable and food grown in areas of low iodine does not contain enough of the mineral to meet requirements. Such areas include a band across the middle of the USA, the Midlands and South West England, and areas of China, Continental Europe, Russia and South America.

The therapeutic use of iron dates back thousands of years. The Egyptians prescribed it as a cure for baldness and the Greeks recommended iron in wine as a way to restore male potency. Iron is the most abundant element on earth and is an essential trace mineral for humans. The human body contains about 3.5 to 4.5 g of iron. Two thirds of this is present in blood and the rest is stored in the liver, spleen, bone marrow and muscles.

Magnesium is one of the most abundant minerals in soft tissue. The average adult body contains about 20 to 28 g of magnesium with about 60 percent of this present in the bones, and the rest in the muscle, soft tissue and body fluids. Magnesium is found in high concentrations inside cells, particularly those of the brain and heart. Research into the role of magnesium is increasing in clinical importance as growing evidence suggests that magnesium deficiency may play a role in a number of disorders.

Potassium has many functions. It is essential for protein synthesis and for the conversion of blood sugar into glycogen. It activates a number of enzymes, particularly those concerned with energy production. It stimulates normal movements of the intestinal tract.

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Alfalfa ] Angelica ] Celery ] German Chamomile ] Dandelion ] Gentian ] Hops ] Horehound ] Horsetail ] Licorice ] Mallow ] Malva ] Passion Flower ] Peppermint ] Quassia ] Sarsaparilla ] Saw Palmetto ] Thyme ] Boron ] Calcium ] Iodine ] Iron ] Magnesium ] Potassium ]


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