Common Sense™ “HeadStart” is the ultimate brain food. Brain nourishment is very much needed because it is the control center. Every ounce of energy is derived from the brain. The body heals from the head down, from the inside out, and in the reverse order in which it got sick. This process tells us how important it is to work very heavily on the brain. Alzheimer is a lack of brain fuel. This combination includes the following ingredients:
BLACK WALNUT HULL
delivers oxygen to the brain and removes parasites from the head. It is also the enamel for the teeth.
is another herb that delivers oxygen to the brain, removes parasites from the head, and at the same time builds the heart. It is also good for healing skin rashes and producing milk flow for breast feeding mothers.
CAYENNE PEPPER (Capsicum)
is thought to be the world’s greatest herb. No herbal combination is complete without it because it is a catalyst for all herbs. Capsicum circulates blood to the extremities (hands, head, feet) which makes wounds heal faster. It will stop internal and external bleeding, shock, heart attacks, strokes, ulcers, and a host of other maladies. It helps the ulcerated uterus and stops or starts the menstrual flow. Contrary to popular belief, it is not an irritant, but is a soothing herb.
helps with eyesight, blurred vision, night vision, and is used as a tonic and mild astringent.
is good for removing mucous from everywhere in the body, but especially in the head. It is good for reducing fever, improving digestion, and is a lubricant for the small intestines.
has often been used to treat the same problems one would use for aspirin, particularly arthritis, migraine headaches and fevers. Also promotes menstruation and stimulates the uterus to expel the placenta after delivery. It is also an antispasmodic and a diuretic.
GINGKO BILOBA LEAF
is an herb that works on the brain. It is especially good for long-term memory and it is also a natural steroid. Taken on a daily basis, you will never worry about developing Alzheimer’s disease.
is an herb found wherever elephants are found. It is an herb for strength. It is also excellent for memory. Elephants having great memories is not myth, it can be attributed to Gotu Kola.
is a nervine and great for the eyes and brain. It is good for eye and brain tension, insomnia, and high blood pressure. Passion Flower is sometimes used to help relieve symptoms associated with withdrawal from opiate medications such as morphine. Those who are trying to stop smoking nicotine or marijuana and recovering alcoholics may also benefit from the use of this herb. Also, symptoms such as anxiety, tremors, and cravings may be reduced.
SIBERIAN GINSENG (Eleuthero Root)
is perhaps, the ultimate herb, giving your body a much needed boost in energy, improved concentration, memory and increased immune system function. Recent studies have shown that the benefits of Siberian Ginseng do not stop there. It may also be helpful in treating impotence and combating stress.
is great for stroke victims. It is a good nervine for the head. It is good for palsy, headaches, heart problems, convulsions, and gout. Wood Betony has also been used to treat anxiety, stress, depression and more!
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“The Herbal Emergency Guide” by Rita, M.H.
“Herbally Yours” by Penny C. Royal
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“Male Practice” – How Doctors Manipulate Women
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“The Poisoned Needle” by Eleanor McBean
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