Traditional uses of the herbs in Velocitea.
(Diospyros kaki) Known as Shi Ye (in Chinese)
Traditional uses: Allergies, Hay Fever, Itching, Rough Skin
Long tradition of use in Chinese Traditional Medicine for issues like high blood pressure, angina, and ischemic stroke and used for it's anti-inflammatory, antibacterial activities (source: Science Direct)
Malva Leaf (Chinese Mallow)
Traditional uses: Demulcent (soothes and softens irritated tissues, especially mucus membranes) diuretic, emollient (softens the skin) galactagogue (increases blood flow in nursing mothers) gentle stimulation of the bowels.
Used in Tibetan medicine to support the digestive system.
Traditional uses: Supporting the liver in the release of toxins. Medicinal use for over 2000 years, most commonly for the treatment of liver and gallbladder disorders. Blood purifier, Stomach and digestive disorders. Strengthens heart, liver, kidneys and lungs.
Research has shown strong preclinical evidence for silymarin's hepatoprotective and anticarcinogenic effects, including inhibition of cancer cell growth in human prostate, skin, breast, and cervical cells.
Traditional uses: Soothe and support the intestines. Relief of coughs and irritated throats. Traditional remedy for respiratory tract, particularly in cases of irritating coughs with bronchial congestion. Used to treat sore throat and to alleviate heartburn, and stomach problems. Mild anti-infective and immune-boosting properties.
Considered a cure-all by the ancient Greeks.
Read more about the many, many benefits of Marshmallow.
Traditional uses: Recorded as far back as the early 16th century for treating smallpox, fever, anorexia, dyspepsia, indigestion, constipation, and flatulence, as well as to treat liver and gall bladder disorders.
At one time this herb was ascribed the nearly supernatural qualities of a "cure all". More recently it has shown to be useful in: Indigestion, heartburn and poor appetite. In herbal medicine today, blessed thistle is used to treat infections, heart and liver ailments, and fevers.
In vitro studies with extracts of Blessed Thistle have shown considerable antibacterial activity against a wide variety of organisms. Anti-yeast activity against Candida albicans has been found in vitro using extract of Blessed Thistle.
According to herbalist Michael Moore, blessed thistle may be used to stimulate the upper gastrointestinal.
Approved by the German Commission E for its ability to support the digestive process.
Cell cultures have shown cytotoxicity against cancer cells using extract of blessed thistle.
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