The most important group of herbs for all of us, young and old, living at this time in history when pollution, cancer and other diseases have reached epidemic proportions. These are herbs that strengthen and nourish the body’s natural immunity to disease and toxins. Many of these herbs are adaptogens; they increase the body’s resistance to a wide variety of stresses and have a balancing and restorative effect on the body as a whole. See the Book Adaptogens. The majority of immunostimulants contain phytonutrients that are powerful antioxidants or directly stimulate the bodies endogenous production of antioxidants. Antioxidants enhance health and longevity by neutralizing free radicals - unstable oxygen molecules that damage cells, causing many degenerative diseases and the aging process itself. 

ORAC scores for the Top 13 Antioxidant Foods (per 100 grams)
1) Raw Cacao powder*
2) Guayusa**
3) Raw Cacao nibs*
4) Roasted Cacao powder
5) Lycii (Goji) Berries*
6) Acai Berries*
7) Dark Chocolate
8) Milk Chocolate
9) Prunes
10) Raisins
11) Blueberries 2,400
12) Blackberries
13) Kale
Source: US department of Agriculture/Journal of American Chemical Society
*Brunswick Laboratories MA, USA **Advanced Botanical Consulting, TX


The immunostimulant herbs we offer are: American Ginseng, Ashwaghanda, Astragalus, Balsam of Peru, Bilberry, Cacao Seed Raw, Camu Camu Berries, Canchalagua, Catuaba, Chanca Piedra, Chia Seed, Chlorella, Chuchuhuasi, Clavohuasca, Coconut Oil, Codonopsis, Copaiba, Cordyceps, Dan Shen, Elderberiies, Eleuthero Root, Ginkgo Leaves, Green Tea, Guayusa, He-Shou-Wu, Iporuru, Licorice Root, Longan Berries, Lycii Berries, Maca Root, Mushrooms, Milk Thistle Seed, Neem, Nettle Leaf, Pau D’arco, Purple Corn, Red Ginseng, Rhodiola Root, Rooibos Tea, Sangre De Drago, Schizandra Berries, Seabuckthorn Berry, Spirulina, Suma Root, Tahuari, Tibetan Rhodiola, Una De Gato, White Ginseng, White Tea, and Yerba Mate.


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CHANCA PIEDRA Phyllanthus niruri
This small annual herb, native to the Amazon and other tropical regions, is a highly beneficial p..
LYCII (GOJI) BERRIES Lycium barbarum "Gou Qi Zi"
Lycii are pink-red berries of a spiny solanaceous bush native to isolated areas of China and Mong..
WHITE TEA (White Peony Tea) Camellia sinensis
Considered a subgroup of Green Tea. The least processed of all Camellia teas, consistin..
ELEUTHERO ROOT Eleutherococcus senticosus
The roots of this Asian shrub, distantly related to true Ginseng and at one time known as Siberia..
NETTLE LEAF Urtica dioica
Ah, childhood memories of cool streams and the sharp biting kiss of Nettle stings. This once impo..
BALSAM OF PERU Myroxylum balsamum v. pereirae
BALSAM OF PERU Myroxylum balsamum v. pereirae. A dark, pourable tree sap from El Salvad..
ORGANIC GREEN TEA SAMPLER (Camellia sinensis) (Thea sinensis)
Green Tea is becoming increasingly popular due to its health sustaining properties. Like Can..
CHIA SEED Salvia hispanica
The tiny seed of the Chia plant was once a staple food and medicine throughout Central America. T..
MACA ROOT Lepidium meyenii, Lepidium peruvianum "Chacon"
An ancient Andean food/medicine plant cultivated for at least 4,000 years. This turnip like root ..
YERBA SANTA HERB Eriodictyon californicum
Native Californian shrub with sticky resinous leaves high in flavonoids. Excellent tobacco additi..
GINGER CO2 ESSENTIAL OIL Zingiber officinale
Therapeutic grade carbon dioxide extract oil. Captures the spicy fragrance of fresh cut Ginger ro..
PALO SANTO Bursera graveolens "Holy Wood"
Aromatic wood from trees closely related to Copal and the old world Frankincense and Myrrh. The w..
BILBERRY (Vaccinium myrtillus)
Small dark purple berries from a European shrub similar to the blueberry. Utilized since at least..
GUAYUSA Ilex guayusa
Guayusa is a tree native to the eastern montana of Columbia, Ecuador and Peru and closely related..
SCHIZANDRA BERRIES Schizandra chinensis "Wu Wei Tsu"
Once only available to wealthy Chinese aristocrats and royalty, the whole berries of the Schizand..
CHLORELLA Chlorella pyrenoidosa Powder
Chlorella is an amazing single cell freshwater green microalgae that is the superfood of choice f..
MACA ROOT, PREMIUM Lepidium meyenii, L. peruvianum
The most potent naturally produced maca product we have come across. From the same top quality so..
ZHU LING MUSHROOM MYCELIUM POWDER Polyporus umbellatus (Grifola umbellata )
A sclerotia-forming mushroom used in Chinese herbalism as a diuretic for urinary infections and e..
GINKGO LEAVES Ginkgo biloba
The oldest still-living tree species on earth, being essentially unchanged since the dinosaur tim..
Carefully harvested dead wood from protected forests in northern Peru is steam distilled by a fri..
CACAO SEED POWDER, TRULY RAW Theobroma cacao "100% Raw Cocoa"
Native to Central American rainforests, this tree was originally cultivated by the Olmecs, then t..
HE-SHOU-WU (FO-TI) ROOT Polygonum multiflorum
A Chinese medicinal that is a highly regarded longevity herb and sexual tonic, considered more re..
SEABUCKTHORN BERRIES Hippophae rhamnoides
The berries of the Seabuckthorn bush have been used as food and medicine in the Orient for thousa..
CHUCHUHUASI Maytenus macrocarpa
The bark of this medicinal rainforest tree is also known as Chuchuhuasa (not to be confused w..
Maitake mushrooms are regarded as among the most potent immunostimulating medicinals, an adaptoge..
GINSENG, AMERICAN Panax quinquefolium
A powerful whole-body tonic long favored by North American Indians. Less stimulating and overall ..
PAU D'ARCO BARK Tabebuia impetigenosa "Taheebo"
Medicinal use of this rainforest tree bark has been spread from the jungle to the laboratories of..
CACAO SEEDS, RAW (Theobroma cacao) "Chocolate Beans"
Many of us have an intimate relationship with chocolate, but few are familiar with the raw, unpro..
Agaricus brasiliensis comes from an area near Sao Paulo, Brazil. Extensive experiments by re..
SEABUCKTHORN BERRY CO2 OIL Hippophae rhamnoides
The precious deep red oil of Seabuckthorn fruit and seed is rich in essential fatty acids, vitami..
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