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western 6th

steven's 6th

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Arctostaphylos Uva Ursi Bearberry
Galium Aparine Cleavers
Viburnum Opulus Crampbark
Rubus ideas Red Rasberry
Dioscorea North American Wild Yam
Serenoa repens Saw Palmetto
Pygeum Africanum Bitter Almond
Curcubita Pepo Pumpkin Seed
Turnera Diffusa Damiana
Pausinystalia Yohimbe Yohimbe
Vitex agnus- Cactus Chastetree Berry
Eleuthrococcus senticosus Siberian Gensing
Rhodiola Rosea Russian Rhodiola
Tribulus Terrestris Tribulus
Tiliaceae Tillia Cordata
Salicaceae White Willow Bark
Trigonella Fenugreek
UTI, e-coli Arctostaphylos Uva Ursi
Queen of the lymphagogues Galium Aparine
Menstrual cramps, Mittleschmerz Viburnum Opulus
high nutritive content, labor inducer Rubus Ideas
Can not be converted into progesterone in the human body Dioscorea
Herbal grown in FL, can be used for BPH, can be used to block bearded lady syndrome, 3 month minimum use Serenoa repens
Slower acting than serenoa, 6-9 months for BPH Pygeum Africanum
Highest concentration of zinc in a plant oused for BPH or parasites Curcubita Pepo
Inhibits 5-alpha-reductase Saw palmetto, Pygeum, Nettles (root), curcubita
Men over 40, sexual dysfunction issues Turnera Diffusa
Herbal Viagra Yohimbe
Best herb for regulating any kind of female reproductive issues. Best herb for PMS Vitex agnus- Cactus
Adaptogen, immunomodulator & immunostimulant, antioxidant, tonic Eleuthrococcus senticosus
Depression, fatigue, insomnia Rhodiola Rosea
May have an effect on increasing testosterone Tribulus
Wind heat – colds and fluCardiovascular tonic Tiliaceae
Aspirin is derived from this w/out negative effects on stomach Salicaceae
Galactagogue Trigonella
One of the best anti-fungal herbs, Paul D’Arco Lapacho
Created by: DTLAc