Also known as Indian tobacco, lobelia herb is thought to produce effects similar to nicotine on the central nervous system, while acting as an overall relaxant. Lobelia has traditionally been used to treat respiratory ailments such as asthma, bronchitis, pneumonia and coughs.
Used medicinally to promote relaxation and calmness, passion flower is often prescribed as an alternative medicine for the treatment of insomnia, nervous tension and irritability.
A mild relaxant that may affect the musculoskeletal system, herbalists use skullcap in the treatment of anxiety and nervous tension.
Also known as Siberian ginseng, eleuthero root is helpful to combat stress and fatigue and helps boost the immune system.
Traditionally used for the treatment of liver and skin problems, sarsaparilla is sometimes used in the treatment of fatigue associated with physical stress.
Most frequently used to combat the common cold, elderberry is traditionally used for inflammations of the upper respiratory tract and helps to eliminate acids and other impurities through the skin.
Peppermint has been used for centuries to promote wellness. Its relaxation and detoxification properties help to ease the pain of nicotine cravings.
Believed by many to be one of nature's most powerful natural antibiotics, echinacea purpurea is thought to stimulate the body's resistance to infection, disease, fever and blood poisoning.
Used widely for its oil, safflower has a number of medicinal uses and is thought to contain anti-tumor properties.
Popular the world over for both its flavor and medicinal properties, ginger root is thought to have detoxifying and nausea-relieving properties.
As both a food and an herb, cayenne is thought to boost blood flow and support the cardiovascular and immune systems.