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Garlic as an herb has been used for a wide range of health concerns including as an Anti-Inflammatory, Antibacterial and Antiviral agent.
Ginger Root
Ginger Root has a proven ability to combat all forms of nausea and vomiting. It has also been taken to loosen phlegm, relieve gas, and tighten the tissues, although its effectiveness for these purposes hasn't been verified. Asian medicine also employs it as a treatment for colds and shortness of breath.
Ginkgo Biloba
Gingko Biloba has a history of use to increase brain function and support blood flow.
A traditional adaptogenic herb used to enhance general vitality and energy, Ginseng is offered in liquid and capsule forms.
Goldenrod is traditionally used to treat kidney ailments and is also effective for mucus, stones, colds, and digestion.
Goldenseal is a Native American plant that is commonly used to treat symptoms of the cold and flu and as an astringent, antibacterial remedy for the mucous membranes of the body.
Gotu Kola
Gotu Kola is often referred to as food for the brain, and is commonly used to rebuild energy reserves improve memory and treat fatigue.
Green Tea
Green Tea is the least processed of all the teas and has a high level of antioxidant polyphenols.
Grindelia is useful in treating respiratory conditions such as asthma, mucus, bronchitis, and disorders like emphysema.
Guarana is a rainforest herb with stimulating properties similar to that of caffeine.
Guggul, also known as Commiphora Mukul and Indian Bedellium, has a history of use in Ayurvedic medicine as an effective herbal medicine for controlling obesity and cholesterol.
Gymnema Sylvestre
Gymnema sylvestre is a plant used in India and parts of Asia as a natural ayurvedic treatment for diabetes or "sweet urine." The herb's active ingredient, gymnemic acid, is extracted from leaves and roots, and helps to lower and balance blood sugar levels. The unique shape of gymnemic acid molecules are similar to that of glucose, allowing it to fill cell receptors in the lining the intestines, thereby preventing uptake of sugar molecules.