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Balance nutritional deficiencies, enhance overall health, and increase energy.

Medicinal botanicals comprises plants or plant extracts that may be eaten or applied to the skin. Without access to pharmaceutical drugs, many different cultures throughout the world used organic ingredients and ancient wisdom to fight illness, prevent disease, and assist in bodily functions.

Today, plant-derived compounds continue to be used for healing with positive outcomes and dietary supplements have been proven effective in supporting our well-being.

Although herbal remedies are classified as dietary supplements and do not require prescriptions, they can be extremely potent.

The Importance of Dietary Supplements

Crops grown decades ago were much richer in vitamins and minerals than the varieties most of us get today because of soil depletion and modern agriculture (1).

Even when being fed a balanced diet, our bodies are still deprived of essential nutrients required to thrive. Dietary supplements should be used to restore these deficits, as opposed to a replacement for healthy eating.

Botanical Suggestions

Just because something claims to be natural, doesn’t mean it is safe. Navigating an industry that is not well regulated with many clever marketing claims of magic pills that cure everything, purchasing supplements can be tricky. Below are some recommended guidelines to follow.

#1Don’t buy whole dried herbs from bins or jars in stores.
Dried plants deteriorate upon exposure to air, light, and moisture.

#2Buy reputable brands that advertise the purity of their ingredients.
Look for companies that sell professional-grade products.

#3Look for “wildcrafted” herbs or ones cultivated organically.
These will have the least processed ingredients.

#4Only buy Chinese herbal products from reputable sources.
Some herbs from China have been contaminated with toxic metals.

Medicinal botanicals are powerful and can have some pretty significant interactions when combined with other medications or when taken in large doses. It is critical to seek advice and direction from a health care practitioner with a medical background and an in-depth understanding of human physiology.