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The term "herb” comes from the Latin word, "herba," meaning green crops. Natural Herbs originally referred to all plants, cultivated and wild, and especially to green and succulent parts.

Natural Healing Herbs do not produce instant miracle cures, but rather offer a way to put the human body in tune with nature Herbalists today seek to help people build their good health with natural sources. Herbs are considered to be food rather than medicine because they're complete, all natural and pure; as nature intended. When herbs are taken, the body starts to be cleansed, purifying itself. This slowly gives the body nutrients to function as intended. Unlike chemically-synthesized, highly concentrated drugs that produce side effects, herbs can realign the body's defenses, helping it to heal itself, without any side effects.

Importance of Natural Herbs in our body
It has to be proven from different experimental and research studies that natural remedies herbs have the enormous power to protect our body from different extra and intra cellular pathogens. They also play an important role by enhancing the resistance power of our body. The reason behind that protecting mechanism is the presence of these compounds like different vitamins, co enzymes, metals and flavenoides etc.

Current scientific research has revealed that specific potent antioxidants can enhance the natural antioxidant mechanisms existing in the body. Based on the latest research, we have developed a potent broad-spectrum antioxidant formula, which aids in combating free radical damage at the cellular level. For the best protection against the action of free radicals in the body. Beside antioxidants, different types of vitamins, co enzymes and many other metals play an important role to maintain the homeostasis of the body.

Classification of Natural Herbs
Herbs are classified either as annuals, biennials, or perennials.

Main components of natural herb
Plant pigment that gives carrots their characteristic orange color. It is an antioxidant, which promotes immune, skin and cardiac health. Unlike Vitamin A, beta-carotene is an effective antioxidant and therefore functions in the body independent of its provitamin A activity. Beta-carotene is one the most potent singlet oxygen quenchers.

Vitamin C is also known as ascorbic acid. This water-soluble substance is considered as one of the most important antioxidants in extracellular fluids. This immune-supportive nutrient is considered the most important antioxidant for extra-cellular (outside of cells) activity. Vitamin C also helps "recycle" Vitamin E, which increases vitamin E's antioxidant activity.

Calcium has some very important life-supporting functions; the best known is the development and maintenance of bones and teeth

Co enzymes Q10 is a fat-soluble, super-antioxidant supplement, its actions in the body and chemical structure resemble those of Vitamin E and Vitamin K. This coenzyme, essential in energy production at the cellular level and integral in many key metabolic processes, has also been shown to offer extensive antioxidant effects. It is particularly supportive to the heart, liver and circulatory system.

Bioflavonoids are proven to be powerful antioxidants. The term bioflavonoid refers to a large family of phyto-chemicals found throughout the plant world. Bioflavonoids are sometimes referred to as vitamin P and are known to complement and enhance the effectiveness of vitamin C. Hesperidin and Rutin are the main bioflavonoids found in citrus fruits.

Antioxidant compounds such as Vitamin E readily reacts with free radicals. Thus, if the blood concentration of an antioxidant is high then the free radicals are more likely to be neutralized by coming into contact with and reacting with the antioxidant.

Zinc is an essential mineral involved in over 200 different enzymatic reactions in the body, ranging from the synthesis of proteins and collagen, to the production of cellular energy. This vital metal helps to support immune system and is vital for the body to manufacture the antioxidant enzyme SuperOxide Dismutase (SOD), a large molecule that serves as the main line of defense against free radical damage.

This mineral is a trace element and is not readily available from foods in large quantities. It can enhance the functions of Vitamin E to some extent and is essential to the body's manufacture of glutathione peroxides, an enzyme that disarms free radicals.

Minerals are involved in every metabolic reaction that takes place in the body. They are non-organic components of enzyme systems that initiate the metabolism of proteins, carbohydrates and lipids. They are involved in regulation and maintenance of water and electrolyte balance, skeletal construction, and nerve and muscle function.

Sodium is a vital though often over consumed mineral found throughout the body, usually in the form of sodium chloride or table salt. In liquid solution along with the mineral potassium and chloride, it forms part of the blood, lymph and intracellular fluids that bath and feed all cells.

Magnesium is a mineral required for the proper growth and formation of bones, muscle tissues, and enzymes. It is used to convert carbohydrates, fats, and proteins into energy. It is involved in the transmission of the nervous system impulses, assist in the uptake of calcium and potassium.

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