The inner bark of the tropical vine known as Cat’s Claw is used to make extracts, teas and capsules
The plant is named after the peculiar claw-like hooks that cover its fruits. It is a native plant of South Africa. It is also known as the "grapple plant"
The dried leaves are used to produce a Ginkgo extract that is used to make tablets, capsules and liquid tinctures
Standardised Ginseng products such as capsules, tablets and teas are all made from the roots of the plant
Used in South America to treat diarrhoea, reduce hunger and as a tonic.
The fresh or dried tuberous root is used to make ginger products, usually capsules, but fresh and candied forms are popular. Oil is also extracted from the root
The leaves of feverfew have been historically used for the therapy of fever and more recently migraine headaches. And, as its common name suggests, it was once popular for reducing fever
Green Tea is made from the same leaves as black tea, but it is prepared in a different way