Supports the airways when in respiratory distress; Promotes the growth of healthy skin/tissue; Intestinal dysentery.
Activates the first line of defense of the immune system.
Inhibits the growth of many different types of viruses: Hepatitis A, B and C and all forms of herpes, chicken pox, Epstein-Barr virus, HIV, cytomegalovirus, and Bell’s palsy; Helps to prevent the endothelial damage caused by oxidized low density lipoprotein (LDL) and other oxidized fats.
Antioxidant. Supports with pancreatitis; Supports with tissue damage from radiation.
Black Mulberry: Supports the insulin secretion rebalancing by regenerating the pancreas, increasing in blood insulin levels, as well as having an antioxidant and protective action in atherosclerosis, diabetic vasculopathy, retinopathy, and ulcers.
Due to its cerebrovascular organotropism, it supports cerebral metabolism, circulation, electrical activity, oxygenation; it exerts a hypotensive effect by lowering the peripheral vascular resistance, with a better cerebral irrigation and without a decrease of the cardiac frequency nor the blood flow.
Medicinal Embryonic Phytotherapy (MEP TM) & Clinical Pharmacological Indications
The plant is primarily cultivated for its oil, which is extracted from the leaves of the flowering plant. The medicinal parts of peppermint are derived from the whole plant, and include a volatile oil, flavonoids, phenolic acids, and triterpenes.