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Herb products (F to M) supply diverse plant compounds that promote many different aspects of overall health and well-being. Their wellness benefits include:

  • Herbal supplements for heart health.**
  • Botanicals for blood sugar support.**
  • Libido-enhancing plant extracts.**
Read more about Herb Products (F to M)

What are Herb Products?

Herbal supplements have been used in wellness traditions across cultures around the globe for thousands of years. Native American practices, Ayurvedic traditions and Chinese wellness programs are all built upon a foundation of herbalism. Remarkably, many modern uses of herbal products still match their wellness applications from ancient times. This suggests that even though the world changes, the compounds found in herb products – and their biological actions across the body’s structures and functions – may stay the same.**

Herbal supplements supply “families” of related nutritional compounds. These compounds often work together, performing different biological actions that work towards a common wellness goal. For example, mushroom-based herbal supplements may support immunity by modulating inflammation, promoting immune cell proliferation, and “orchestrating” immune cell communication and responses. Other herbal supplements may supply literally hundreds of antioxidants that seem to work most effectively as a team, neutralizing a greater range of cell-damaging free radicals.**

Modern research is increasingly focusing on how the vast array of plant compounds found in health-promoting herbal products may work in harmony: Promoting health across a variety of biological pathways to benefit specific areas of wellness. Many herbal supplements will be sourced from the whole leaf, root, berry or flower – or sometimes the entire plant – in order to supply “full spectrum” nutrition for the best benefits. Still other herb products may combine different plants that appear to have complementary health-enhancing biological activities.**

Some of the most popular herb products (F to M) include:

  • Fenugreek: Herbal supplements of fenugreek seed supply compounds called saponins that may help to balance blood sugar and testosterone.**
  • Garlic: Famous for its main active compound allicin, garlic is often found in herbal supplements for heart health and cardiovascular wellness.**
  • Ginkgo Biloba: A popular ingredient in herbal supplements for memory, ginkgo supplies antioxidant activity and boosts cerebral circulation.**
  • Ginger: Derived from the root, ginger provides time-tested support in herbal products for nausea, indigestion and digestive distress.**
  • Ginseng: A potent adaptogen herbal supplement, ginseng is known for promoting physical endurance and mental energy while easing the effects of stress.**
  • Grapeseed: Herbal products for cardiovascular health and arterial flexibility may include grapeseed for its complex of hundreds of antioxidants called OPCs.**
  • Green Tea: An antioxidant powerhouse, green tea is a common ingredient in herbal supplements for anti-aging, weight management and heart health.**
  • Guarana: Herbal supplements for energy and herbal products for mental focus may include guarana seeds, which supply natural caffeine and alkaloids.**
  • Gymnema Sylvestre: The leaves of this plant are used in herbal supplements that help to neutralize sweet tastes and maintain normal blood sugar.**
  • Hawthorn: This plant’s berries promote many aspects of cardiovascular wellness, and are often included in the best herbal supplements for heart health.**
  • Hoodia: An African cactus-like plant, hoodia is used in herbal supplements for weight loss and herbal products for healthy weight management.**
  • Horny Goat Weed: Horny Goat Weed herb products are used to promote healthy sexual performance, and may be combined with similar plants in supplements.**
  • Milk Thistle: This plant’s seed supplies silymarin, an antioxidant complex used in herbal supplements that protect, rejuvenate and regenerate the liver.**

Herb Products (F to M)

Herbal products ranging from F to M are presented in many different forms, including softgels, tablets, extracts, powders and even topical creams and serums. Herbal supplements may include single herbs or many different herbs that are believed to work well together. Herbal supplements are sometimes “standardized,” which is a manufacturing process that assures each herbal supplement batch contains a precise level of the herb’s active compounds.**

Herb Products Directions for Use

Prior to taking herbal supplements or beginning with any herbal products, it is critical to talk with your trusted healthcare professional. There is no standard herbal products dosage; intake will vary depending on the herbal supplements’ ingredients.**