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Available here as a single herb, Bacopa is used in the Ayurvedic system of medicine for memory function.
Bayberry Bark
Bayberry is offered in liquid extracts and powder and is traditionally used as a stimulant and an astringent, drying and tightening the tissues. It also has been used traditionally to induce perspiration.
Bilberry offered here as a singular herb is traditionally used to strengthen eye sight.
Bitter Melon
Bitter Melon is an herb traditionally used for weight loss and to control blood sugar.
Black Cohosh
Black Cohosh is an herb traditionally used to treat menopausal hot flashes.
Black Cohosh Root
Black Cohosh is an herb traditionally used to treat menopausal hot flashes.
Black Haw Extract
Black haw has been used to ease the symptoms of menopause and menstrual discomfort. Black haw has also been used for false labor pains and in threatened miscarriage. In addition, it has been used to lower blood pressure in hypertension and as an anti-spasmodic.
Bladderwrack is a seaweed that has been used in connection with constipation, diarrhea, gastritis, gastro esophageal reflux disease (GERD), heartburn, hypothyroidism, indigestion, Iodine deficiency, wound healing (topical).
Blessed Thistle
Blessed thistle is used to stimulate secretion of gastric juices and saliva, to increase appetite and facilitate digestion, and to stimulate the flow of bile.
Bloodroot Extract
Bloodroot is used in herbal medicine in very small doses, mainly for bronchial problems and severe throat infections.
Blue Cohosh
Tincture or tea made from dried Blue Cohosh root is used in herbal medicine as a uterine tonic, and as an aid in difficult menstruation. Native Americans used Blue Cohosh to induce labor. It should not be used in pregnancy prior to the ninth month.
Blue Flag Extract
Blue Flag increases secretions of salivary glands, liver, gallbladder, pancreas, spleen and intestines. Blue Flag promotes excretion of metabolic wastes, and corrects faulty, retrograde metabolism and associated blood, lymphatic and glandular toxicity.
Blue Vervain
The leaves and roots of Blue Vervain are useful in intermittent fevers, ulcers, pleurisy, scrofula, gravel, easing pain in the bowels and expelling worms.
Boneset Extract
Boneset is a Native American remedy for colds and fever. The name refers to the plants use to treat breakbone fever, a viral infection that causes such intense muscle pain that sufferers feel their bones will break.
Boswelia is an ayruvedic herb traditionally used for its anti-inflammatory properties.
Bugleweed Extract
Bugleweed is a specific for over-active thyroid glands and may safely be used where palpitations occur that are of nervous origin. Bugleweed will aid the weak heart where there is associated build-up of water in the body. As a sedative cough reliever it will ease irritating coughs, especially when they are of nervous origin.
Burdock Root
Burdock has been traditionally used as a "blood purifier" to clear the bloodstream of toxins, as a diuretic (helping rid the body of excess water by increasing urine output), and as a topical remedy for skin problems such as eczema, acne, and psoriasis.
Butcher's Broom
Butcher's Broom is historically noted as a laxative, diuretic, and a phlebotherapeutic (beneficial to veins) agent. Extracts of Butcher's Broom may induce vasoconstriction and therefore might have use in the treatment of circulatory diseases. Novel uses for this plant have included its use as an anti-inflammatory agent and to prevent atherosclerosis.
Butterbur Extract
For many centuries the Butterbur plant (Petasites hybridus) was traditionally used as a herbal remedy for conditions like pain, fever, spasms and to treat skin ulcers. Today, butterbur is mainly used for migraine prevention, but also for treating headaches and asthma.