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Herb products (N to Z) include some of the world’s most prized traditional wellness botanicals. Their benefits include:

  • Adaptogens for energy & stress resistance**

  • Phytoestrogens for menopausal comfort**

  • Botanicals for prostate and urinary health**

Read more about Herb Products (N to Z)

What are Herb Products?

Herbalism may be the oldest health practice known to humankind. While the earliest written use of herbal supplements for health traces back approximately 5,000 years to ancient Chinese wellness manuscripts, some archaeological evidence suggests the use of herbs to promote health may predate our earliest recorded history by tens of thousands of years.**

Today, herbal products are more valued than ever, with a central role in diverse wellness practices from around the globe. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that four billion people incorporate herbal products into their health and wellness lifestyle practices. This widespread use of herbal products is on the rise, with sales of herbal supplements projected to top $100 billion by 2017. Fueling the rapid expansion of both traditional herbal supplements and breakthrough herbal products is modern science’s deepening understanding of how botanicals work to optimize health and well-being.**

Research has found that herbal supplements contain hundreds of different active compounds that work together to promote various aspects of wellness. Among the most highly regarded herbal product compounds are antioxidant polyphenols, carotenoids, terpenes, polysaccharides and alkaloids. Depending on the intended application, modern manufacturing practices may isolate these individual plant compounds or present whole-food herbal extracts that supply the entire spectrum of active constituents.**

Today’s enhancements in herbal supplement manufacturing have advanced herbal products’ purity and potency. Herbal supplements are safer than ever before, thanks to new methods of raw material analysis and pre-market product testing. Plus, the practice of herbal supplement standardization now ensures that a minimum level of a wellness herb’s most active constituent (or constituents) is supplied in each serving.**

Some of the most popular herbal products (N to Z) include:

  • Noni: Herbal supplements of this exotic superfruit supply health-promoting enzymes, antioxidants, amino acids, polysaccharides and more.**

  • Oregano Oil: This phenol-rich plant extract is found in herbal supplements that foster clear breathing and digestive comfort.**

  • Pycnogenol: Herbal supplements featuring this French Maritime Pine Bark Extract supply soothing antioxidant support for the skin, joints, heart, and more.**

  • Rhodiola: Herbal supplements of this ancient Russian folk wellness herb are often used to energize both physical and mental performance.**

  • Saw Palmetto: One of the most popular herbal supplements for men, saw palmetto supports prostate health and urinary comfort.**

  • St. John’s Wort: Counted among the most widely used herbal supplements for mood support, St. John’s Wort helps to promote a calm, positive outlook.**

  • Tart Cherry: Rich in antioxidant anthocyanins, tart cherry herbal supplements help to support joint mobility and muscle comfort.**

  • Turmeric: Among the most ancient and prized herbal supplements, this root- derived spice soothes achy joints and supports mental clarity.**

  • Valerian: Herb products for promoting relaxed calm and rejuvenating sleep often feature the time-tested botanical compounds found in valerian.**

  • Vitex Chasteberry: Vitex herbal products regulate hormones for soothing comfort and mood balance during menopause and PMS.**

  • Wild Yam: Found in women’s herbal supplements, wild yam is typically administered in topical cream form for menopause and PMS relief.**

  • Yohimbe: Derived from the bark of an African tree, yohimbe herbal supplements are a popular libido-boosting sexual performance tonic for men.**

Herb Products (N to Z)

Herb products ranging from N to Z are presented in many different forms, including capsules, tablets, powders, softgels and liquid extracts. Herbal products may include standalone herbs or multiple herbs that are presented in combination for enhanced effects. Herbal supplements may target specific wellness concerns as well, such as menopausal comfort, prostate health and herbs for memory performance. Herbal products may be sometimes “standardized” in order to supply an exact level of the herb’s active constituents.**

Herb Products Directions for Use

Prior to taking herbal products or starting any herbal supplements, it is important to consult with your doctor. There is no suggested herbal supplements dosage; suggested intake can vary greatly based on herb products’ individual ingredients.**