The meaning of “Chanca Piedra” means “Stone Breaker“. It is indigenous to the Amazon and other tropical areas throughout the world. This herb can be used in the form of capsules, the whole herb (you can brew it and drink it as tea), powder and liquid form.
Chanca Piedra is used for many different purposes such as:
- Kidney Stones
- Liver Detox
- Urinary Tract Infections (UTI’s) -Will increase urination
- Digestive Tract Disorders
- Gall stones
You can purchase this at your local natural health stores!
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Apricot seeds contain a compound called “Amygdalin“ which is found in apples,plums,peaches and bitter almonds. Amygdalin also KILLS cancer cells! (Personally, I have met many people whose family/friends used this and it has saved their lives. I also recommended it to a few people and got amazing feedback.)
Amygdalin also known as B17, is converted to cyanide in the body which is poisonous and can cause serious harm therefore it is recommended to consume three (3) kernels per day.
The kernels are extremely bitter (I tasted one and was in disbelief at HOW bitter they really are.) For that reason it can be purchase in capsules.
Always Remember.. when coming to food “ Bitter the Better” .
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Maca Root also known as Ayak Chichira/Lepidium Meyenii was originated in the central of Peru in the Andes Mountains. It’s been in use for almost three thousand (3,000) years. In the Incan Culture it was used as currency at a point in time due to its’ richness of history and healing effects such as:
-Enhancing Energy & Libido
-Improving sexual function
-Overcomes physical and mental stress
-Enhancing fertility in both men and women
-Supports hormonal imbalance which decreases mood swings, depression and in older women, hot flashes due to menopause
-Its’ fiber content means it is also used as a laxative
-It makes your skin look younger
-Helps with Thyroid function = Hormonal Balance
- 18% protein
- 76.5% carbohydrates
- 5% fat
- 8.5% Fiber (indigestible carbohydrates)
- Over 20 amino acids, including 8 essential amino acids
- 20 free-form fatty acids (such as lauric, linolenic, palmitic acid, oleic , and steric acid)
- Vitamins B-1, B-2, C and E Calcium
The Incan warriors have been using the herb to keep them strong for battle. However, while they used the herb, the women were kept away from them due to their sexual impulses.