What's in Crossroads?
Passion flower: For relief from anxiety, stress, tension, insomnia, digestive problems and menstrual cramps. Passion Flower contains alkaloids, flavonoids and passiflorine which have a chemical make-up similar to morphine and other opiates. As a result, it is believed that these compounds react with the central nervous system to help relieve anxiety.
Pomegranate: For arterial health, common colds and rhino virus infection. Pomegranate contains a heavy dose of antioxidants called polyphenols which are said to help break down plaque in the arteries and promote vascular health.
Echinacea: For immunity boost, fighting colds and viral infections, healing wounds. Echinacea contains fatty acids, insulin, plant sterols and polysaccharides which can help boost the immune system by helping macrophages in the bloodstream seek and destroy viral invaders. Echinacea also purportedly energizes other essential white blood cells such as T lymphocytes which are natural viral “killer-cells” to help fight infectious agents. Echinacea is also considered a potent treatment for reducing the severity and duration of colds and flu.
Green Tea: For headaches, energy, cardiovascular health and diarrhea. Green Tea has a rich supply of anti-oxidants called polyphenols. Antioxidants have cell and tissue healing which can help repair damaged tissue and organs. Polyphenols in particular have been purported to prevent many types of cancer and prevent certain types of heart disease. The caffeine in the tea is a natural stimulant and helps provide energy and alertness.
Ginseng: For rebuilding strength and vitality, energy, alertness, mental acuity and helping to relieve stress and low libido. Ginseng contains hormone-like saponins and ginsenosides that work on the central nervous system to help counteract damage caused by physical and emotional stress and fatigue. The hormone-like compounds also help to act as a non-caffeine stimulant.
Ginger: For nausea, morning sickness, arthritis and digestion. Ginger contains a blend of amino acids, resin, starch and vitamins which are primarily said to serve as a gastrointestinal anti-spasmodic.
Turmeric: For immunity booster, digestive problems, diarrhea and arthritis. Turmeric contains curcumin which acts as an immune stimulant, an anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and helps liver function. One of curcumin’s many functions is that it stimulates the production of bile which helps break down fats and helps kill certain pathogens in the digestive tract. Curcumin also acts as a pseudo-COX-2 inhibitor which is the active ingredient in many anti-inflammatory drugs that treat osteoarthritis.
Milk Thistle: For cirrhosis, drug-induced liver damage and toxin-induced liver damage. Milk Thistle contains a blend of compounds called silymarin which is said to be a powerful liver protectant. It is thought to help repair damaged liver cells and also helps block certain toxins from entering the liver.
B6- Pyridone HCL
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