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E-TEA (100)

E-Tea® [Immune] is NSP’s easy-to-use, encapsulated form of traditional Essiac Tea. Essiac tea is an herbal formula used since 1922 by Canadian nurse Rene Caisse. The formula originated from a native Ojibwa medicine man.
Due to the complexity of the preparation process, it would take hours for you to make this tea at home. Thanks to NSP, it is possible to provide the same herbal combination in convenient capsule form. E-Tea contains burdock root, sheep sorrel aerial parts, slippery elm bark and Turkey rhubarb root. It is traditionally used to support immunity and help detoxify and purify the blood.
To drink as a tea, empty the contents of 2 capsules into 4 oz. hot water. Or, take 2 capsules three times daily on an empty stomach. Two capsules of E-Tea are equivalent to 2 oz. traditionally brewed Essiac Tea.
NOTICE: This product contains Turkey rhubarb. See your health care provider prior to use if: pregnant or nursing, any medical condition exists, or when taking any medication. Read and follow recommendation carefully. Do not use if diarrhea, loose stools or abdominal pain are present or develop. Not intended for prolonged use. Use of this product may worsen these conditions and be harmful to your health. Chronic diarrhea can result in serious illness.


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HY-C, Chinese [Glandular] is a combination of 16 herbs that nutritionally support the glandular system and associated metabolic processes. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, this formula is called bu yin, which means to “supplement yin.” In this case, yin is considered moisture. These herbs work to support the body as it attempts to reduce fire and strengthen water (support associated organs and maintain normal metabolic processes). Its primary herbs include dendrobium, glehnia, ophiopogon and eucommia. HY-C contains:
Glehnia Root
Eucommia bark
Rehmannia root
Ophiopogon root
Pueraria root
Trichosanthes root
Achyranthes root
Alisma rhizome
Anemarrhena rhizome
Asparagus root
Hoelen plant
Moutan root bark
Cornus fruit
Licorice root
Phellodendron bark
Schizandra fruit
Take 3 capsules with a meal three times daily.

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FCS II [Urinary, Glandular] provides nutritional support for the female reproductive system. It contains:
Red raspberry leaves
Blessed thistle aerial parts
Dong quai root
Queen of the meadow leaves
Althaea root
Lobelia aerial parts
Ginger rhizome
Black cohosh root
Capsicum fruit
Golden seal root
Take 2 capsules with a meal three times daily.

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Feverfew, High-Parthenolide [Nervous], commonly known as Bachelor’s Buttons, provides nutrition to the central nervous system.
This herb offers nutritional support for migraine headaches. High-Parthenolide Feverfew delivers 500 mcg of parthenolide in a total of 291 mg of feverfew—from a specially grown “high parthenolide” feverfew leaf—per capsule. Parthenolides are sesquiterpene lactones, the major dietary components of feverfew.
Take 1 capsule daily. Do not take feverfew during pregnancy.

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White Oak Bark [Immune] is rich in tannin. Tannins give white oak bark its bitter and astringent qualities and may have an astringent effect on tissues. This herb is commonly used for supporting skin health. Each capsule contains 460 mg white oak bark.
Take 2 capsules with a meal three times daily.

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•Provides 100 percent or more of current daily requirements for 12 essential vitamins, plus significant amounts of 13 important minerals.
•Contains two important carotenoid antioxidants, lutein and lycopene.
•Offers extra amounts of essential B-vitamins (depleted by physical stress) for energy.  

Super Supplemental Vitamins & Minerals [Vital Nutrition] augments any diet. Balanced nutrients are often in short supply during periods of physical stress or convalescence, or in a diet consisting of mostly processed foods. Supplementing your diet with Super Supplemental can help fill the void. Each four tablets contain:

Amount % DV
Vitamin A (beta-carotene contains soy, palmitate) 16,000 IU 320
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) 500 mg 830
Vitamin E 100 IU 330
Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) 20 mg 1,180
Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) 30 mg 1,500
Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin) 100 mcg 1,670
Pantothenic acid 150 mg 1,500
Iron (ferrous gluconate) 30 mg 170
Iodine (potassium iodide) 200 mcg 130
Zinc (gluconate) 30 mg 200
Copper (gluconate) 2 mg 100
Chromium (amino acid chelate) 100 mcg 80
Inositol 50 mg         Not established
p-Aminobenzoic Acid (PABA) 25 mg Not established
Choline (bitartrate) 50 mg Not established

Other ingredients: cellulose, stearic acid, magnesium stearate, lutein, silicon dioxide, alfalfa aerial parts, asparagus stem, broccoli flowers, cabbage leaves, hesperidin, lemon bioflavonoids, rutin, rose hips concentrate, and kelp leaves and stems.

Take 4 tablets with a meal. These can be taken all at once with a meal, or one at a time with each meal and at bedtime.

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Licorice Root [Glandular, Respiratory]. We know this herb for its wide use as a candy flavoring, but its value goes far beyond that. The dietary use of licorice goes back several thousand years. Licorice root has been used by traditional herbalists as a general tonic and for respiratory support. It also supports the liver. Licorice is included in many Chinese herb combinations to balance the other herbs. It has a reputation for helping the entire body maintain balance and promoting well-being. Licorice contains the triterpenoid saponin, glycyrrhizin. Each capsule contains 396 mg licorice root (ATC concentrated 410 mg).
Take 2 capsules with a meal three times daily; ATC concentrated, take 1 capsule with a meal twice daily; liquid, take 20–25 drops with water three times daily.

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