Sunflower

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Individual Herbs

Standard Tinctures / Lipospheric Tinctures / Glycerites / Capsules / Tea / Loose Herb

Support For: Anti-Parasitic, Astringent, & Nutrition!

Helianthus Full-Spectrum + Seed/Petal Products

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Sunflower Discussion:

Most are surprised to learn that the green parts of the sunflower plant are also highly medicinal! The medicinal parts go beyond the seeds and oil. Many actually use the seeds as a parasitic remedy, as parasites hate them. Well the compounds have to go all the way up to the very top flower to reach the seeds, which means those anti-parasitic properties may be found throughout! If needed, they can actually satisfy hunger, as they are also dense in nutrition. Even though most only offer seed products, we are offering full-spectrum products that also include the root, flower petals, green parts, and seed!

They may be useful in malarial conditions. Long ago they would use the tincture of the sunflower to saturate towels with and use them to cover the body, which promotes sweat, therefore supporting the breaking of fevers. The tea has been used since long ago for reduce swelling and curbing pain associated with arthritis. The green parts of the sunflower are useful in explosive diarrhea, as normally it is caused by a range of pathogens like bacteria, viruses, and protozoa. This may give it the label of being very useful in pathogenic conditions. As a matter of fact, some have reported that drinking the tea for gastroenteritis issues has given almost immediate relief! It is also said to relieve the inflammation caused by gastrointestinal bacterial toxins.

Bacteria, fungus, and viruses can cause issues in the lungs, including pneumonia. It may cause symptoms like cough, fever, chills, and prickly pains similar to needles in the chest area. The green parts of the sunflower are said to support this as well. With it possibly being so useful for lung issues, there are similar tissues in the nasal passage, sinus tissues, pharynx, and larynx, trachea, bronchi, and bronchioles, all a part of the respiratory system. The tea has been claimed useful for all.

There are many types of plasmodium bacteria, which are protozoan parasites that affect the bloodstream, including Babesia. The tea is said to be useful for them too! The antibacterial constituents may go to work for many types of issues with use on a poultice, which either tea or tincture is good to use to make them with. It is a good herb to use to apply to insect bites and snake bites, and spider bites, as it is supposed to neutralize the poisons. A tincture is used by many others for many types of cold and cough symptoms, which includes bronchial and whooping coughs. They may be due to an infection, infectious at that, and the sunflower parts are said to help heal them. The medicinal compounds promote sweating, again, to break fevers. Some say using them also seems to take away their headaches almost immediately!

They also have diuretic properties, which makes them useful in urinary ailments. They also have soothing and softening effects that may help to quickly heal skin in the form of a salve.  They have dense amounts of vitamin E and selenium, which may be a natural miracle, as these two may work best when taken together. They are high in antioxidants, which may be helpful in fighting free radicals. They have been claimed useful in throat and tonsil ailments, like sore throat and tonsillitis. They are said to help restore respiratory functions. They may also help to get detoxifying fluids flowing at higher rates, like bile. Lastly, they are considered to be an expectorant, which is highly useful to us, as a company that advocates the disease causing intestinal, and other tissue mucus!

Some of the vitamins and minerals that they contain are: Vitamin E, Selenium, Calcium, Vitamin B, Phosphorus, and they may assist in increasing milk production for breastfeeding moms. 

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