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Ginger Dosage

Supplementing with Ginger

Daily Dose of Ginger: 1,000mg

Ginger is an herb with green stems that can grow to around a meter high. The rhizomes, or roots, can be used fresh, dried, and powdered, or as a juice for medicine. Native to Southeast Asia, ginger has been used in traditional Asian, Arabic, and Indian cultures as an herbal medicine since ancient times. It spread across Asia and and . . . Read more

Maca Dosage

Maca Dosage

Daily Dose of Maca: 1500-3000mg

Maca is a “superfood” that is loaded with vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids, amino acids, and more. It traditionally grows in Peru, in the Andes Mountains at elevations of about 14,000 feet, though it is also found in parts of Asia. It has been cultivated in Peru for over 3,000 years as a vegetable crop. It’s similar to a radish . . . Read more

Fenugreek Dosage

Fenugreek Dosage

Daily Dose of Fenugreek: 15-60g

Fenugreek is a plant from the pea family and it is also referred to as Greek Hay. It has a long history of medical use in Traditional Chinese Medicine as well as Traditional Indian Medicine, or Ayurveda. Traditionally, it was used for many purposes such as aiding in digestions, inducing labor, arthritis, bronchitis, and to help improve breast milk production. There . . . Read more

Lady’s Mantle Dosage

Lady's Mantle Dosage

Daily Dose of Lady’s Mantle: 5-10g

Lady’s Mantle, or Alchemilla vulgaris, is an herb that grows in mountains, forests, and pastures. The parts of the plant that grow above the ground are used in medicine. One of the most common uses for Lady’s Mantle is to treat digestive problems like diarrhea. It is also believed to be very beneficial for women, and herbalists prescribe it to . . . Read more

Motherwort Dosage

Motherwort Dosage

Daily Dose of Motherwort: 4.5g

Motherwort, or Leonurus cardiaca, is a plant originally from Central Asia and Southeastern Europe, though it is now available worldwide because of its use as an herbal remedy. As its scientific name suggests, it is commonly used to treat heart conditions. It has been approved to treat irregular heartbeats caused by anxiety. Alkaloids leonurine, and stachydine in the herb can calm . . . Read more

Sage Dosage

Sage Dosage

Daily Dose of Sage: 3-6g

Sage, or salvia officinalis, is a subshrub with woody stems, grayish leaves, and flowers that are blue to purple. It is best known as a culinary spice but it is also used as herbal medicine. For centuries it has been used to treat a variety of different ailments. It has antioxidant effects, which can help clean up the free radicals . . . Read more

Yarrow Dosage

Yarrow Dosage

Daily Dose of Yarrow: 1-2tsp

Yarrow, or Achillea millefolium, is a flowering plant that is native to temperate regions in the Northern Hemisphere. It has feathery leaves, tall stalks, and tiny blossoms. Yarrow has been used as a medicinal herb since ancient Greek and Roman times. The plant derives its scientific name from a myth about Achilles and how he supposedly sealed his fellow warriors’ wounds . . . Read more

Blue Cohosh Dosage

Blue Cohosh Dosage

Daily Dose of Blue Cohosh: 0.5 to 3 g/day

Blue Cohosh, or Caulophyllum thalictroides, not to be confused with black cohosh, is a flower and its root has been used by Native Americans to treat women’s health issues. It has been considered one of the best natural remedies to encourage menstruation and to induce labor in natural childbirth. It is taken as a tea on . . . Read more

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