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Herbs
Cactus Grandiflorus
Cactus Grandiflorus has functionality as a homeopathic, used to alleviate sadness, for physical and emotional pain, weakened heart, and feelings of constriction in the chest.
Calendula
Calendula, also known as marigold, has been widely used on the skin to treat minor wounds, skin infections, burns, bee stings, sunburn, and warts.
California Poppy Extract
Native Americans made use of California poppy seed extract as a painkiller, especially to treat toothaches. It was also utilized as a poultice for sores and ulcers, applied to the skin to treat inflamed areas or improve circulation. Some have found California poppy herb to be helpful when dealing with colic. The extract has also been reported to be used in the treatment of chronic coughs, which are a type of spasm.
Cardamom
Cardamom seeds are regarded as a digestive and are considered effective against flatulence and minor stomach problems and as an anti-spasmodic.
Cascara Sagrada
Cascara Sagrada contains compounds called anthroquinones, which are responsible for cascara's powerful laxative effects. Anthraquinones trigger contractions in the colon, which causes the urge to have a bowel movement. Today, it is one of the most common herbal laxatives.
Cat's Claw
Cat's Claw is a rainforest botanical that has a long history of traditional use as an immune system booster and anti-inflammatory agent.
Catnip Extract
Catnip is helpful for relieving spasms associated with afterpains (after childbirth), traditional cold and flu remedy, diaphoretic helpful in any feverish condition, especially acute bronchitis, eases any stomach upsets, dyspepsia, flatulence and colic, remedy for the treatment of diarrhea in children and has a mild sedative action on the nervous system.
Cayenne (Capsicum)
Cayenne is traditionally used to improve digestion and circulation and as a natural organ stimulant.
Celandine
Celandine is promoted for use as a mild sedative, for the prevention of gallstones, and for the treatment of intestinal and digestive problems, liver disease, and eye irritation. Practitioners have used it on the skin to treat ringworm, warts, and corns. Supporters have also used celandine along with antiviral agents to treat herpes, HIV, and the Epstein-Barr virus.
Celery Extract
Celery extract is known to be used in helping relieve urinary tract infections. Celery is also used to help with rheumatic disorders (of or pertaining to arthritis and gout).
Chamomile Flowers
Chamomile is used as a mild sedative, and is good for insomnia as well as many other nervous conditions. It is nervine and sedative especially suited to teething children and those who have been in a highly emotional state over a long period of time.
Chaparral Extract
Chaparral is widely used for blood purification, expelling toxins from the blood to improve general health.
Chasteberry (Vitex)
Vitex agnus-castus (chaste tree berry) is a well-known herb that has been used for centuries in Europe for hormonal imbalances in women.
Cherry Bark
Wild Cherry Bark has a long history of use for respiratory problems as an expectorant and remedy for all catarrhal conditions.
Chyavanprash
Chyavanprash is an ayruvedic herbal tonic that helps maintain youthfulness by renewing tissues and counterattacking degeneration.
Cilantro Extract
This herbal extract helps to remove heavy metals such as mercury, lead and aluminum from the body.
Cinnamon Bark
Cinnamon Bark has receiving increased attention for its ability to help control and regulate blood sugar levels.
Cleaver's Extract
Herbalists have long regarded Cleavers Extract as a valuable lymphatic tonic and diuretic. Cleavers is useful in treating conditions like psoriasis and arthritis, which benefit from purifying the blood.
Cold & Flu/Allergy Herbs
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Coltsfoot Extract
Coltsfoot extract is a soothing, healing, conditioning herb. It contains silica and cystine which are important amino acids to encourage healthy skin and hair.
Comfrey
Applied in ointment form, Comfrey is considered an effective treatment for blunt injuries. The root portion of Comfrey is also used as a mouthwash and gargle for sore throat and gum disease. Taken internally, the root traditionally has also been used as a remedy for stomachache, ulcers, rheumatism, chest congestion, diarrhea, and inflammation in the lining of the lungs
Coptis
Coptis is an east Asian relative of the American herb Goldenseal, best known for its uses in treating atherosclerosis, cancer, eye disorders, and tuberculosis.
Cordyceps
Cordyceps has a long tradition of use in Chinese medicine where it has been shown to improve liver, kidney, cardiovascular, and respiratory functioning.
Cornsilk
Cornsilk is a natural remedy traditionally used for kidney, bladder and prostate irritations.
Cotton Root Bark
Cotton root has the effect of shutting down the corpus luteum's ability to produce progesterone. Progesterone is essential for pregnancy, without it the pregnancy cannot maintain itself. Cotton root bark has been used as a folk remedy for numerous female conditions ranging from nonmenstrual bleeding from the uterus to inducing labor contractions. While it was used to make childbirth easier, cotton root bark was also taken as an abortifacient (to induce miscarriages).
Crampbark
Historically, Native Americans have used crampbark for cramps and pains throughout the body and to treat swollen glands and mumps. Crampbark is effective as a muscle relaxant and in relieving pain from arthritis. Additionally, Cramp bark is commonly used in treatments for high blood pressure and other circulatory conditions.
Cranberry
Cranberry has a history of use for kidney health and for maintenance of healthy urinary tract.