Common Sense™ “HPC-12” is excellent for hair, removing plaque, and lowering cholesterol. Herbs feed our body from the inside out. Herbs that are good for growing hair also have a variety of health benefits, such as: more energy, better immune system, and better metabolism. It also regulates the thyroid and blood pressure. There is a noticeable difference when you use this product. With this combination, you are getting the best of land and sea vegetation. This combination includes the following ingredients:
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 and 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.
is rich in silica. It is a stimulant, diuretic, and demulcent. It is good for aging, skin, nails, kidney and bladder. Dulse strengthens and softens the hair. It is a natural source of iodine and so it benefits the function of the thyroid gland. It helps to heal all kinds of flesh wounds and broken bones.
is an excellent diuretic. It helps with stiffness and pain. It is very good for respiratory problems and promotes circulation throughout the body.
is a great appetite suppressant as well as an aromatic herb used for cooking. It’s used for its ability to dispel gas as the body cleanses. Good for joint pains, gout, cramps, obesity, food poisoning, and stomach problems (of all kinds).
is widely thought of as “nature’s penicillin” (natural antibiotic). As one of the top five herbs on the earth, it also opens up blood ways preventing blood clots from forming and allowing greater circulation of blood. Garlic also has antioxidant properties that boost the immune system. It is an all-around tonic, to say the least.
contains such beneficial properties that it is listed not only as a vegetable, but also as a medicinal herb. It has many minerals and trace minerals. Like garlic, it helps to remove plaque from arteries and veins.
is a seaweed, loaded with life-enhancing nutrients such as sulphur compounds, protein, iodine, bromine, beta-carotene, calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, selenium, zinc, pectin, B-vitamins and Vitamin C. It prevents cholesterol build up and obesity. Irish Moss has a well documented anticoagulant effect on the blood, and alleviates many bladder problems. It is used to increase the metabolic rate and strengthen connective tissues, including the hair, skin and nails.
contains iodine which regulates our thyroid which regulates our heartbeat. Over-active thyroid or under-active thyroid matters not to sea vegetation, its job is to make the thyroid work correctly. It is also great for fingernails, hair, and skin.
is an herb that grows in the winter under severe cold conditions. This means it is good for illnesses that plague us in the winter, such as, the common cold, pneumonia, etc. The juice from the onion is good for ear infections and ear pain. The pulp can be used for poultices.
is a strong astringent for pulling organs back in place. It is also excellent for hair, nervous conditions, and headaches.
is a diuretic, an astringent, an aromatic, and is used in cooking. Good for maintaining and growing hair. It is also good for stomach problems (gas and queasiness) as well as fevers, sore throat, and stress.
is used in relieving pain from arthritis and the skeletal system. Yucca saponins are believed to promote the body’s production of natural cortisone. Yucca may help keep your cholesterol levels in a healthy range, protecting you from atherosclerosis and other cardiovascular disorders. It is also a natural body detergent. It is excellent for the kidneys and is an overall body tonic. The
Indians used it to rinse their hair.
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