Center Mix Organic herbal Tincture (Spanish Needle, Cuban Oregano, and Rosemary)

Center Mix Organic herbal Tincture (Spanish Needle, Cuban Oregano, and Rosemary)

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Properties: 

  • Antibiotics 

  • Anti Inflammatory 

  • Antifungal 

  • Antimicrobial 

  • Antiviral

  • Mantianes gut function 

  • Enhances brain function 

Dosage: 

  • Around a squirt from your dropper once per day in a cool/room temperature beverage. Must be ingested orally in order for the liver to break down the polypeptides and polysaccharides.

Description: 

  • A blend of three herbs grown at the center. This blend was originally made to help one of our older members with problems they were facing such as inflammation, stomach problems, and issues with the immune system. Spanish needle is a native subtropical weed that has strong anti-inflammatory problem, antibiotics and antiviral properties that can be in root and seed.[1][5][6] The origin of Cuban oregano is unknown but it is believed to be from Africa or India, caused by humans using and trading the plant for its medicinal values across history and the world. Cuban oregano has the properties of antifungal, anti-microbial, and anti-bacterial.[2] The first mentioned on cuneiform stone tablets as early as 5000 BC, Rosemary has been used by Mediterranean cultures as a source of medicine since its discovery. Now rosemary has been shown to have many different medicinal properties when applied in different ways, but when ingested it has shown to enhance brain function and maintain gut function.[3][4]

Reference: 

  • [1]Stephen Harrod Buhner, Herbal Antibiotics, Natural Alternatives for treating drug-resistant bacteria, p.137

  • [2]Dadasaheb D. Wadikar, Prakash E. Patki. Coleus aromaticus: a therapeutic herb with multiple potentials. (July 2016).

  • [3]Hoefler C;Fleurentin J;Mortier F;Pelt JM;Guillemain J; (n.d.). Comparative Choleretic and Hepatoprotective Properties of Young Sprouts and Total Plant Extracts of Rosmarinus Officinalis in Rats. 

  • [4]Minaiyan, M., Ghannadi, A. R., Afsharipour, M., & Mahzouni, P. (2011, January). Effects of extract and essential oil of Rosmarinus officinalis L. on TNBS-induced colitis in rats. 

  • [5]Pippen, L. (2015, May 24). Laurie Pippen's All Natural Antiviral Agents.  

  • [6]Brandão, M. G. L., Krettli, A. U., Soares, L. S. R., Nery, C. G. C., & Marinuzzi, H. C. (1999, March 11). Antimalarial activity of extracts and fractions from Bidens pilosa and other Bidens species (Asteraceae) correlated with the presence of acetylene and flavonoid compounds.