Neuropathy Herbs

Cayenne,   cordyilis     scarlet pimpernel (said to cure epilepsy)

Neuropathy formula:

R-Alpha Lipoic Acid is a potent antioxidant that is both fat and water soluble, which improves the function of cell “transporters” that carry and distribute glucose. R-ALA is also one of the few substances that can cross the blood/brain barrier to enter the brain and go directly where it is needed most. Most importantly, R-ALA is the only antioxidant that has the unique ability to regenerate itself and other antioxidants such as B vitamins. Many studies, doctors and researchers have shown Stabilized R-ALA to be up to 12 times as effective as the cheaper S-ALA found in most common Alpha Lipoic Acid supplements.

R-ALA also has a specific effect on nerves, which has been shown to ease the burning, pain, and numbness associated with neuropathy. It promotes better blood flow and oxygen to the nerves. It also promotes the entry of glucose and the breakdown of it into cells.

Sometimes referred to as “super antioxidant”, R-ALA can regenerate other antioxidants (e.g., B vitamins), combating free radicals which are a primary cause of nerve damage. The daily value rating has not been established by the FDA.

Vitamin B2 – Our formula contains 8mg at 480% daily value
Vitamin B6 – 8mg at 400% daily value. Studies show that in small doses, B6 can be very beneficial for nerve health. At larger doses in excess of 100mg per day, it can have an adverse effect on nerves.
Vitamin D – 1000IU at 250% daily value
Feverfew extracts have numerous clinical studies suggesting that they relieve pain and inflammation
Oat Straw extract also helps to sooth itchy skin
Passion flower helps reduce stress and anxiety
Skullcap extract increases the supply of blood to the brain and promotes a tranquilizing effect on the central nervous system
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