Plants  have been used for medicinal purposes long before recorded history.  Ancient Chinese and Egyptian writings describe medicinal uses for plants  as early as 3,000 BC. Many cultures, including African and Native  American, have traditionally used herbs in their healing  practices.  Interestingly, researchers found that people in different  parts of the world tended to use the same or similar plants for the same  purposes.

 In the  early 19th century, when chemical analysis first became available,  scientists began to extract and modify the active ingredients from  plants. Later, chemists began making their own version of plant  compounds and, over time, the use of herbal medicines declined in favor  of drugs. Herbs, and other plants, are actually the precursors to many  of today’s medicinal drugs. Indeed, almost one fourth of pharmaceutical  drugs are derived from botanicals.

 However,  in today’s society there is a resurgence in people looking for  alternatives to pharmaceutical drugs and a desire for more natural  products. The World Health Organization estimates that 80% of people  worldwide rely on herbal medicines for some part of their primary health  care. In Germany, about 600 - 700 plant based medicines are available  and are prescribed by some 70% of German physicians. Within the United  States, public dissatisfaction with the cost and side effects often  associated with prescription medications has led to an increase in  herbal medicine use.

 Unfortunately,  in most cases, scientists are not sure how particular herbs work to  treat a condition or illness. Often whole herbs contain many ingredients  which may work together to produce a beneficial effect. In addition,  herbal medicines are often not subjected to rigorous testing to  standardize products on the market. Today’s scientists have the tools to  advance this ancient medicine into a modern world.  These tools can be  used to characterize the medicinal activity and value of medicinal  plants and provide standarized assurance of their therapeutic value.

In 2007  three renowned scientist working at the Biodesign Institute of Arizona  State University discovered a plant with strong healing properties.  The  team experimented with that plant in conjunction with others to develop  a remarkable homeopathic medicine that exhibits robust anti viral  properties and rapid pain relief.

Modern Science and Ancient Medicine

  • An  investigative scientist (Dr. Jeffery Langland) researching and tracing  tribal remedies from around the world and throughout time.

True Science

  • 6 year study of subject plants and experimental combinations to exact maximum healing properties

Pure Botanical

  • Comprised of 6 plants
  • Each tested for efficacy
  • Formulation adjusted for each batch based upon efficacy of the various plants in that batch

The Many Healing Properties

  • Antiviral
  • Analgesic
  • Anti-itch

Rapid results