Herbs What’s Right For You?

Herbs What’s Right For You?
Lead an active lifestyle? Are you a working parent, athlete, or a busy college student? Herbal supplements might help add balance to your hectic lifestyle. Herbs can help decrease stress, boost the immune system, and protect the body from oxidative damage caused by environmental pollutants. The dietitians and scientists behind Nature’s Resource herbal supplements developed the list below, to help identify the best supplements for your lifestyle.

Senior: Lack of focused thinking, immune system challenges, prostate
concerns.

Echinacea: Bolsters the immune system.

Gingko Biloba: Helps maintain alertness.

Saw Palmetto: Enhances prostate health.

Parent: Immune system challenges, bone health concerns, urinary tract health concerns.

Soy: Maintains bone health.

Andrographis: Bolsters the immune system.

Cranberry: Promotes healthy urinary tract.

College Student: Unbalanced diet, all-night sessions, frequent drinking, stress.

Milk Thistle: Supports liver function.

Panax Ginseng: Improves mental performance.

Echinacea: Bolsters the immune system.

Business Traveler: Jet lag, disrupted sleep, nausea, stress.

Bacopa: Helps relieve stress.

Ginger: Calms digestive system.

Valerian: Promotes nighttime rest.

Foodie: Indigestion, high calorie intake, unbalanced died.

Garlic: Helps maintain cholesterol levels already in the normal range.

Cascara Sagrada: Promotes digestive regularity.

Green Tea Extract: Enhances metabolism.

City Dweller: Pollutants, hectic lifestyle, irritability, stress.

Andrographis: Bolsters the immune system.

Grape Seed Extract: Protects against environmental pollutants.

St. John’s Wort: Helps enhance mood.

Information Source: Natures Resource herbal supplements




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