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The Medicinal Herb Info site was created to help educate visitors about the often forgotten wisdom of the old ways of treating illnesses. Many of today's drugs and medicines were originally derived from natural ingredients, combinations of plants and other items found in nature.

We are not suggesting that you ignore the help of trained medical professionals, simply that you have additional options available for treating illnesses. Often the most effective treatment involves a responsible blend of both modern and traditional treatments.

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Ayurvedic Formula #25

CIRCULATION AND WARMTH
Warm and disperse
Ginger root (chief herb)
Cinnamon twigs (chief herb)
Cayenne (chief herb)
Cloves (chief herb)
Bayberry bark (chief & assisting)
White pine bark (assisting)
Marshmallow root (supporting)
Licorice root (supporting)
This formula has a warm, dispersing and drying energy. It is similar to the well-known Composition Powder of early American herbal medical practice. It is a very useful herbal first aid remedy for treating the first stages of colds, flu, congestion, overeating, bloatedness, diarrhea, and stagnant circulatory conditions. It may also be used for stimulating hot baths and foot-baths to treat the conditions above. Chiefly, an acute remedy for occasional use, this formula is not recommended for chronic inflammatory conditions with deficient heat.

Dosage: take 3 to 4 tablets with warm water or ginger and honey tea at the first sign of cold or flu. Repeat as needed.

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