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Tranquil Ginger and Thyme in this formula can help alleviate anxiety and stress. They are herbs that calm and nourish the nervous system. A recent study was done in Panama city, Florida where they were observing the effects of ginger and thyme. Ginger and thyme showed the ability to reduce anxiety and produce a tranquil effect within the body. Ginger usually has a stimulating effect on the body and can sooth the effects of motion sickness. Ginger is also known to be a thromboxane agonist which helps block anxiety receptors. Thyme has an antimicrobial effect and antiviral effect. Two wonderful and safe herbs to help us through our stressful days.

Suggested Uses:

1-Alleviates stress.
2-Reduces negative emotions which boosts immune system.
3- Helps quit smoking and alcohol by minimizing withdrawal symptoms.
4-Increases sperm count and motility.

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100 capsules

Product Name

Product Source
Ginger is from the plant root. Thyme from leaf.

Medicinal Ingredients
Ginger Contains Volatile Oils, and phenylalkylketones 

Main Action
Ginger acts as a thromboxane antagonist, has an antiemetic effect and an antimotion sickness effect. Thyme has antiviral and spasmolytic effects in addition to its sedating effects.

Suggested Dose
Three capsules twice a day.
Each capsule contains Ginger(275mg),Thyme(275mg).




Article on the benefit of this product

Title: Tranquility without sedating.
Author: Agnes Bellegris

Ginger and Thyme not only sound like harmonious poetic metaphors that could be used in the lyrics of a song, they also help to create harmony from within. that’s because this pair has been proven to alleviate harboured negative physical and emotional effects on the body caused by anxiety and stress. Look at them as natural tranquilizers that soothe and calm the nerves – definitely a better alternative to synthetic tranquilizers, which can be addictive and impair sensory and motor functions. In a control group study, with 49 volunteers where one third of the group was given thyme, another third was given ginger and the final third a placebo, there was a notable improvement of stress-related symptoms in the ginger and thyme groups but with ginger having longer-lasting and significantly greater effects.

To understand how ginger works to alleviate stress, an explanation of some basic human biology is necessary. There are receptors in the brain that create personal anxiety when activated by thromboxane, a derivative of prostaglandins – hormone-like fatty acids found throughout the body that directly affect blood pressure and metabolism. What ginger does is act as a thromboxane antagonist. That is, it binds to the brain receptors to block them from thromboxane so that they can not be activated. The result is a calming effect which decreases stress levels.


But this isn’t all that ginger does. It acts as an adrenal inhibitor and decreases craving, thereby also playing a therapeutic role in the treatment of drug addiction and weight loss. This is because the tension associated with dieting or withdrawal symptoms is alleviated, making it easier for individuals to meet their goals, whether it’s losing 10 pounds, quitting smoking or reducing alcohol consumption. In addiction to a daily health regime one follows to achieve whatever goals have been set, it is important to help the body minimize any added stress caused by breaking a habit or losing weight. This is where ginger and thyme come into play.

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Black seed: why it should be included in your daily diet?

Author: Betty Norton


Many wonderful helping plants surfaced when the cultures of our world started to share trade and teach their herbal medicines to each other. One such plant was Nigella Sativa commonly known as black seed. This mild aromatic herb is indigenous to the Middle East where it has been used as a traditional remedy for over 2000 years. It was used so extensively that it became known as the seed of blessing “Habbatul Barakah”.

In the 13th century, the Arabic physician Ibn Kaym claimed black seed could be used for over 50 ailments such as Bronchial Asthma, Bronchitis and other diseases of the respiratory tract. Also, inflammation reduction, Arthritis relief, correction of digestive disorders, constipation relief, fighting parasitic infestations, detoxification and strengthening of the liver, increased energy and general good health are among the many benefits from using black seed.

At the 71st annual meeting of the federation of American societies for experimental biology, a report was issued supporting some of the medicinal claims of Black seed. Some medicinal response may be attributed to the increase of immune enhancing T cells. This may support the black seed’s role in balancing and strengthening the immune system.

One of the active ingredients found in black seed is called Nigellone. This ingredient has shown the ability to produce an anti-histamine response in the body. Studies have shown the benefits of this anti-histamine response in children and adults with bronchial asthma. Unlike most bronchial asthma medicine, Nigellone produced no harmful side effects. A study conducted by the Amala cancer research center in Amala Nagar in India showed evidence that Black seed is a potent antitumor agent. This study also showed that a long chain fatty acid found in Black seed may be the active component.

Black seed contains many active compounds as well as 15 amino acid proteins, carbohydrates, alkaloids, Saponins, crude fibre, calcium, iron, sodium and potassium. Black seed also contains 84% fatty acids including linoleic, linolenic and oleic forms plus very special volatile oils. These volatile oils contain important compounds that are antibacterial and antifungal. The antibacterial properties help inhibit the growth of several species of bacteria as well as Candida. It is also suggested that this plant can be helpful in preventing dental plaque.


Black seed can also be combined with other substances to increase certain medicinal responses. Black seed contains 23 different plant sterols. These sterols can fit onto the hormone receptors in the human body. This ability to fit onto the receptor sites may be useful in relieving prostate inflammation and unpleasant menopausal symptoms.


The seed is also known as a Galactogouge. This means it helps to increase the flow of milk in lactating women. Black seed is a herb from the middle east. It supports our bodies in so many different ways. It is non habit forming and safe. Black seed works well with many different herbs and natural substances. Black Seed and Black Seed & Combinations in capsule form are available at your local health food store.


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