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Nerve Restoration - Caffeine free
In this formula, you will find remarkable herbs that help with the body’s circulation, neurons, nerve endings and overall functions.

Lemon Balm has anti-bacterial, anti-viral properties; is used as a sedative agent and treatment for nervousness and anxiety. Linden Tree Flowers have been used since the Middle Ages to induce perspiration and break fevers plus as a gentle sedative to calm nerves and insomnia. Oat Straw and Oat Heads help hold calcium in the body and are very high in silica; they are stimulants and are rich in body building materials. Chamomile destroys toxins in the liver and has healing properties. It is a nervine and sedative, helpful for nervous dispositions. It also helps digestion by relaxing and calming the smooth muscle lining of the digestive tract. Passion Flower is used primarily as a motor nerve depressant, to lower motor nerve activity. It is also used to increase the rate of respiration and produces a temporary reduction of blood pressure - in the elderly, it is soothes sciatica and minimizes nerve weakness. Ginger strengthens the digestive system, since a lack of proper digestion can cause malfunctioning of the glands. Ginger relaxes the stomach, works as a stimulant, and contains anti-inflammatory properties; it also contains anti-oxidant properties. The health benefits of Lavender include its ability to eliminate nervous tension, relieve pain, and enhance blood circulation. Scullcap calms the nervous system without the side effects of narcotics, quiets the person and often brings about, natural sleep.

Nerve Restoration - Caffeine free

  • Ingredients: Lemon Balm, Linden Flowers, Oat Head, Oatstraw, Chamomile, Passion Flower, Ginger Root, Lavender, Orange Granules, and Skullcap. HERBAL INFUSION: Bring water to a boil and turn off heat. Add 1 tsp. herb per 1 cup of water. Let sit covered for 10 minutes before straining. Always shake condensation from the lid covering back into the tea. Add honey or lemon to taste. Enjoy hot or iced.
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