Sarsaparilla Powder  Smilax officinalis
Used for centuries by the indigenous peoples of Central and South America for sexual impotence, rheumatism, skin ailments, and as a general tonic for physical weakness. It has long been used by tribes in Peru and Honduras for headaches and joint pain, and against the common cold.
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Samambaia Powder  Polypodium sp
The plant historically has been used by the indigenous peoples of Honduras for malignant tumors, rheumatoid arthritis, and psoriasis. In the Amazon rainforest a maceration of the rhizome is used for fever; grated fresh, it is made into a tea for whooping cough and kidney problems. The Boras Indians (in the Peruvian Amazon) prepare the leaves in a drink for coughs.
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Muira Puama Powder  Ptychopetalum olacoides
It's also valued there as a preventive for baldness. In Brazilian herbal medicine, muira puama still is a highly-regarded sexual stimulant with a reputation as a powerful aphrodisiac. It has been in the Brazilian Pharmacopoeia since the 1950s. It is used as a neuromuscular tonic for weakness and paralysis, dyspepsia, menstrual disturbances, chronic rheumatism (applied topically), sexual impotency, grippe, and central nervous system disorders.
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Guaraná Powder  Paullinia cupana
The rainforest tribes have used guaraná mainly as a stimulant and as an astringent (drying agent) for treating chronic diarrhea.
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Calaguala Capsules  kal-la-wall-la
Calaguala (pronounced "kal-la-wall-la") contains two speciesa of the plant Polypodium leucotomos & Polypodium decumanum
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Brain Support  (traditional use - Memory & Brain Function)
A combination of rainforest plants which have been traditionally used to support memory and brain function.
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