Liquid Extracts

Amazon C - F Extract  (traditional use - Colds & Flu) Capsules are now  available
Traditionally used for colds and flu, suitable for children
Artichoke is popular for its pleasant bitter taste, which is attributed mostly to a plant chemical called cynarin found in the green parts of the plant. Cynarin is considered one of artichoke's main biologically active chemicals
Ayapana Extract         DISCONTINUED
The Shipibo-Conibo Indians of Peru take the leaf and stem of the plant internally for colic, stomach pain, edema, and as a purgative. They prepare a paste of the leaves to use externally on wounds and hemorrhages. For internal hemorrhages, snake bite and vomiting. They juice the leaves and drink it internally.
Brazilian Peppertree    DISCONTINUED, INFO ONLY
Mainly used for respiratory problems. But it's also used for many conditions in the tropics, including menstrual disorders, bronchitis, gingivitis, gonorrhea, gout, eye infections, rheumatism, sores, swellings, tuberculosis, ulcers, urethritis, urogenital disorders, venereal diseases, warts, and wounds.
Carqueja Extract          DISCONTINUED
Used for sterility in women and impotency in men. Correa described carqueja as having the therapeutic properties of a tonic, bitter, febrifuge, and stomachic, with cited uses for dyspepsia, gastroenteritis, liver diseases, and diarrhea.
Catuaba Extract  (traditional use - A Powerful Libido Enhancer for Men & Women!)
In Brazil this plant is considered a central nervous system stimulant. It is also used for sexual weakness and lowered libido in both men and women.
Chanca Piedra  (traditional use - To Break Down 'Stones')
Its Peruvian name, chanca piedra, means "stone breaker" and is widely known throughout South America and the Amazon. This is because e of the way it can break down and dissolve kidney stones and allow's them to 'pass through' painlessly. The same as the capsules but in Liquid form.
Chuchuhuasi   (traditional use - For Arthritis & Back Pain) DISCONTINUED-INFO ONLY
Indigenous people of the Amazon rainforest have been using the bark of chuchuhuasi medicinally for centuries; its name means "trembling back" which describes its long history of use for back pain.
Cumaseba Extract        DISCONTINUED
Cumaseba Extract, traditionally used as a female hormonal tonic and as an aphrodisiac
Jaguara   (traditional use - An Excellent Aphrodisiac for Women )
An excellent aphrodisiac for women. Jaguara in the Amazon means "she who pounces" and describes the beautiful, sleek and powerful female jaguar of the Rainforest.
Jatoba  (traditional use - Big Energy boost )
Called the 'Lumberjacks tonic' because of the energy it gives them. Jatoba is used throught South America and the Amazon Rainforest for a quick boost of natural energy. It is also traditionally used for for candida, mold infections and allergies
Jergon Sacha Extract
Widely used for Cancer, AIDS & HIV. The root powder is also used topically for scabies and the juice of the fresh rhizome is applied externally to treat sores caused by blowflies (and put directly on the site of a snakebite).
KDY-CL CAPSULES (traditional use - Cleansing the Kidneys & Urinary Tract)
An excellent botanical formula which combines 5 plants traditionally used in South America for cleansing and detoxing the kidneys and urinary tract system.
Male Plus   (traditional use - To boost the Male Libido)
Male Plus work synergistically with Muira puama balancing and supporting male systems, as well as supporting sexual desire and libido.
Muira Puama  (traditional use - A Powerful Natural Aphrodisiac for Men)
A powerful, natural Aphrodisiac and libido booster for MEN
Mulateiro Extract         DISCONTINUED
A bark decoction is used topically for eye infections and infected wounds as well as for skin spots, skin depigmentation, wrinkles and scars.
Pau d' Arco  (traditional use - viral infections)
Widely used as a powerful anti-virul. It is also used for Candida, yeast and other fungal infections (taken internally and used as a douche or topically); for leukemia and cancer; for colds, flu and other upper-respiratory bacterial and viral infections; for sexually transmitted diseases (syphilis, gonorrhea, etc.); for psoriasis and dermatitis.
Pau d'arco  (traditional use - Has Multiple Uses)
It is used in Brazilian herbal medicine for many conditions including cancer, leukemia, ulcers, diabetes, candida, rheumatism, arthritis, prostatitis, dysentery, stomatitis, and boils. In North American herbal medicine, pau d'arco is considered to be analgesic, antioxidant, antiparasitic, antimicrobial, antifungal, antiviral, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and laxative, as well as to have anticancerous properties. It is used for fevers, infections, colds, flu, syphilis, urinary tract infections, cancer, respiratory problems, skin ulcerations, boils, dysentery, gastrointestinal problems of all kinds, arthritis, prostatitis, and circulation disturbances
Sangre de Grado Resin   (traditional use - Powerful Anti-Viral)
Dragon's Blood! Nature's Powerful Anti-Viral A pure natural resin extracted from the sangre de grado tree (Croton lechleri) which is also called "dragon's blood." Sangre de grado resin is a storehouse of plant chemicals including proanthocyanidins (antioxidants), simple phenols, diterpenes, phytosterols, and biologically active alkaloids and lignans.
Simarouba Extract  (traditional use - Antimalarial & Antiprotozal)
Several of the quassinoids found in simarouba, such as ailanthinone, glaucarubinone, and holacanthone, are considered the plant's main therapeutic constituents and are the ones documented to be antiprotozal, anti-amebic, antimalarial, and even toxic to cancer and leukemia cells.
A Highly respected remedy for rheumatism and arthritis.

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