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Herbs @4 dollars

Herbs @4 dollars


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Rose hips have been used as a natural remedy for many diseases and alignments. They may help reduce signs of aging and lower blood pressure, cholesterol, and osteoarthritis pain. While rose hips are safe for most people, Please speak to your physician before consuming

Especially of you have

Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency.


Sickle cell disease.

Sideroblastic anemia.


Also This herb is caffeine free.

so remember its always better to check with your healthcare provider before giving supplements, herbs a try.


Uva Ursa: helps with urinary tract infections, this is an diuretic and antiseptic at the same time. side effects are mild but pregnant or breastfeeding mothers should avoid. careful using on skin or for a soap ingrediant this lightens skin. Uva ursi, also known as bearberry, has some potential side effects, including nausea, vomiting, stomach discomfort, and a greenish-brown discoloration of the urine . In high doses or long-term use, it can lead to serious, life-threatening complications, including liver damage, kidney damage, breathing difficulties, eye problems, and seizures


Hibiscus: this has so many great uses such as anti-inflammatory, anti- bacterial, lower blood sugar and cholestrol. if you drink this in your tea it does reduce appetite increase metabolism. side effects hibiscus may lower blood sugar levels, which could be dangerous for people undergoing surgery. To be safe, stop using hibiscus at least two weeks before a scheduled surgery. upset stomach, gas, and constipation. Do not use if pregant trying to get pregnant or breastfeeding.


Linden Flower: natural sedative, anti-anxiety effects, detoxification, heart health, respiratory, immune system, and pain reliever. People taking diuretics or medications containing lithium should not drink linden tea since it can potentially interact with these drugs. most importantly is being careful with how you mix yor teas and what teas your drinking. 


Wormwood: Wormwood has potential clinical benefits, including supporting digestion and expelling parasites, and may be beneficial for inflammatory, immune conditions I find this to be a great herb to burn more then digest, has a ton of side effects like, urine retention, stomach upset, dizziness, muscle breakdown, diarrhea, restlessness, and numbness.


Silver Needle: This is a white tea, very rare has amazing uses rich in antioxidants, contains a natural flouride that helps teeth, weight management, very low in caffiene. As for side effects, excessive consumption of Silver Needle tea may lead to side effects like restlessness, irritability, increased heart rate, difficulty sleeping, or gastrointestinal discomfort, especially for those who are sensitive to caffeine.


ST. John herb: treats migraines, helps with depression, mood adjuster. A herb that may ease depression symptoms and have some benefits for anxiety, menopause, and other conditions. side effects include . In rare cases, it can also cause black/bloody/tarry stools, vomit that looks like coffee grounds, easy bruising/bleeding, and serotonin syndrome/toxicity.St. John’s wort can cause negative side effects in some cases, including anxiety, stomach upset, headache, dizziness, and fatigue.


Marshmallow: dry coughs and colds,dry mouth and lowChemicals known as saponins might help reduce joint pain and skin itching, and also kill bacteria saliva production ,bacterial infections, including bladder infections, urinary tract infections and respiratory infections, bronchitis and tonsillitis. side effects are However, taking marshmallow might increase your risk of bleeding if you have bleeding disorders , and tooth decay. 


Sarsaparilla: to treat joint problems like arthritis, and for healing skin problems like psoriasis, eczema, and dermatitis.


Mullien:coughs, colds, digestive issues, and other problems. Mullein is anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial and potential side effects include skin rashes and herbal interactions.healing properties, and respiratory. Side effects havent been serious  just mild stomach aches, or dizziness if you consume for along time.






    Most doctors and experts suggest

    drowsiness and, in large doses, vomiting. It also has the potential to trigger allergic reactions in people who are allergic to related plants in the daisy family, although such reactions are very rare.

    Do ask your primary care doctor / physician,walk through what works for you and your alignments.Console doctor first if you are on any medications.

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