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Feeling/desire to vomit; occurs in motion sickness, early pregnancy, times of extreme stress and in many illnesses.
Annato, Desmodium, Guava, Quassia, Verbena, Wild Tomato.
Inflammation of the kidney.
Abuta, Guava, Phyllanthus urinaria, Amarus, Wild Tomato.
A tonic that has effect on the nerves and/or central nervous system.
Indian jujube, Passionflower, Soursop, Velvet Bean, Wormseed.
Nervous system = extensive network of cells, specialized to conduct information in the form of impulses, that controls, regulates and coordinates all functions of the body.
Hard Stick, Passionflower, Sarsaparilla, Soursop, Sweet Broom, Velvet Bean, Verbena, Wormseed.
Severe pain along the course of nerves. This is caused by a change in the neurological structure or function of the nerves.
Abuta, Banaba, Cat's claw, Curcumin, Ginger, Passionflower, Soursop, Verbena, Wormbush.
Bleeding from the nose; causes include a blow or injury, violent sneezing, high blood pressure and fragile mucous membranes.
OAB (overactive bladder):
Urological condition related to problems with urination; most important symptom of overactive bladder is urgency, but it also includes frequent urination.
Cat's claw, Curcumin, Pumpkin seed.
Condition of being overweight; increase in the amount of fat in the subcuta - neous tissues of the body.
Alligator pepper, Annato, Banaba , Green coffee beans, Microtea debilis, Senna (in combination with Banaba).
A bone disease that can get worse over time; cause to lose bone mineral density and bone mass. This can cause the bones to become fragile.
Loss of sensation or of muscle function.
Slowly progressive neurological disorder.
Passionflower, Pau d'Arco, Trumpet Tree.
To kill parasites.
Areca catechu, Mimosa, Star apple, Wormseed. .
Parasite = organism that lives in or on another organism, obtaining nourishment from it.
Alligator pepper, Banaba, Garlic, Ginger, Pumpkin seeds, Quassia, Wormseed.
Related to or used for the chest.
Hard Stick, Papaya, Shiny bush, Soursop, Star apple, Sweet Broom, Trumpet Tree, Wormseed.
Andiroba, Papaya, Quassia, Soursop.
Disease caused by deficiency of niacin or tryptophan in the metabolic conversion of tryptophan to niacin; characterized by dermatitis, inflammation of the tongue, diarrhea, emotional and mental symptoms.
Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD):
A common circulatory problem in which narrowed arteries reduce blood flow to the limbs. The arteries in the limbs become narrowed or clogged with fatty deposits, or plaque.
Rhythmic, wavelike contractions of the smooth musculature of the digestive tract that force food through the tube and wastes toward the anus.
Sore throat and throat swelling.
Treatment against hair loss.
Piper aduncum, Bitter Melon, Copaifera offinalis, Guava, Mango, Passionflower, Periwinkle, Sweet Broom.
Cholinegergic agent used in eyedrops to treat glaucoma. Adverse effects include difficulty in breating, excess salivation and muscle tremors.
Any of several skin disorders, including dandruff.
Andiroba, Candlestick Senna, Cat's Claw, Sarsaparilla.
An infection of one or both lungs which is usually caused by bacteria, viruses, or fungi.
Prostate = firm, chestnut-sized gland in males that produces a secretion, the fluid part of semen.
Annato, Cat's Claw, Copaiba, Curcuma xanthorriza, Fingerroot, Jatoba, Pao pereira, Pau d'Arco, Phyllanthus Amarus, Phyllanthus urinaria, Sarsaparilla, Shiny bush, Turnera diffusa.
Also called benign prostatic hyperplasy (BPH).
A non-cancerous enlargement of the prostate gland. It is an inflammation of this gland in men.
It can cause pain, painful urination, difficulty urinating, weak stream and leaking..
It affects mostly young and middle-aged men.
Acai, Cat's Claw, Pao pereira.
A condition in which urine contains an abnormal amount of protein.
It should not normally appear in the urine in detectable quantities.
Chronic skin disorder; an autoimmune disease that appears on the skin.
Andiroba, Annato, Bitter Melon, Candlestick Senna, Cat's Claw, Copaiba, Papaya, Pau d'Arco, Phyllanthus amarus, Phyllanthus urinaria, Possum Wood, Sarsaparilla, Stupid Bush, Verbena.
Promotes evacuation of the bowel. See laxative.
Cassia occidentalis, Malay gooseberry.
Skin eruption, charaterized by red spots or generalized reddening.
Andiroba, Copaiba, Papaya, Sarsaparilla, Soursop, Sweet Broom, Tamarind, Verbena, Billy goat weed.
Averrhoa Bilimbi, Wormseed.
Pain felt at a site in the body different from the diseased or injured part where the pain is expected.
To lower temperature of a part of the body, to reduce metobolic activity of tissues or to provide local anesthetic affect.
Tamarindus indica, Bitter Melon, Shiny bush, Sweet Broom.
Related to the kidneys (the kidneys are not working properly).
Annato, Bitter Melon, Phyllanthus urinaria, Amarus, Cayenne Pepper, Sweet Broom, Microtea debilis.
Respiration = process involved in the exchange of gasses; external respiration = breathing in/- out, internal respiration = absorbation of the air in the lungs.
Guava, Hard Stick, Jatoba, Mango, Eclipta alba, Pau d'Arco, Sweet Broom, Trumpet Tree, Wild Tomato.
Elaeis guineensis, Abuta, Andiroba, Billy Goat Weed, Bitter Melon, Candlestick Senna, Cassava, Cat's Claw, Cayenne Pepper, Guava, Jatoba, Lime peel, Mango, Papaya, Pau d'Arco, Sarsaparilla, Simaruba, Soursop, Spanish Cedar, Stupid Bush, Verbena, Wild Tomato, Castor Bean, Wormseed, Areca catechu.
Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA):
Chronic, destructive autoimmune disease, characterized by joint inflammation, especially the small joints in hands (closest to the palms) and feet.
Andiroba, Banaba, Cat's Claw, Cayenne pepper, Curcumin, Hard Stick, Ginger, Mimosa pudica, Spanish Cedar, Star apple.
Infections that are caused by dermatophytes. Inflammatory conditions caused by a fungus. Common fungal infections are candidiasis tinea (ringworm).
Bitter Melon, Candlestick Senna, Hard Stick, Mango, Papaya, Soursop, Velvet Bean, Wild Tomato, Wormseed, Virola Surinamensis.
Cat's Claw, Copaifera Officinalis, Pau d'Arco, Simaruba.
Agent that causes reddening and warming of the skin, used as a counterirritant.
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