Fo-Ti: Snapshot

Fo-Ti is recommended as a tonic to maintain youthful vigour, increase energy, tone the kidneys and liver, and purify the blood. It is said to have the effects of darkening prematurely grey hair.

Echinacea: Snapshot

Native Americans used this herb externally for burns,
swelling of the lymph nodes, and insect bites. Internally, it was used for
pain associated with headaches and stomachaches, measles, coughs, and
gonorrhea. It was also used for rattlesnake bites. Today, the herb is used
for prophylaxis and treatment of flu, sepsis, and mild to moderate cold
infections.

Epimedium: Snapshot

Epimedium warms the kidneys, tonifies yang, stimulates the pituitary gland and thus the gonads and increases sperm production and motility. It also dilates capillaries and larger blood vessels, strengthens bones, improves metabolism, and exhibits a mild androgenic effect.

Tribulus: Snapshot

Tribulus has a long history of use in ancient Greece and India as a physical rejuvenation tonic. In China, it is used as a component of therapy for conditions affecting the liver, kidney, cardiovascular system, and immune sys­tem. It has also been used in Eastern European folk medi­cine for increased muscle strength and sexual potency.

Passionflower: Snapshot

Passionflower is an aid for those who overwork, being both invigorating and soothing. It aids concentration; calms the spirit, central nervous system, liver, and heart; relaxes the nerves; slightly lowers blood pressure; increases the respiratory rate; helps slow down the breakdown of neurotransmitters; and induces rest. It aids sleep without leaving one feeling hung over the next morning, and, of course, it is not addictive.

Skullcap: Snapshot

Skullcap calms and strengthens the nerves, relaxes spasms, relieves pain, and promotes rest. It can help rebuild nerve sheaths. One of its constituents, scutellarin, is transformed in the body into scutellarein, which helps stimulate the brain to produce more endorphins.