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If you are interested in taking vitamin supplements you are not alone. Over the past five years or so the number of people taking vitamin supplements has been increasing steadily. The fact of the matter is that a vitamin supplement may be all you need in order to take your health to a higher level. More
 
If you are the active, sports loving type, you may be looking for a way to increase your performance. Does this sound like you? If is does, you may want to consider taking a sports nutrition supplement to help you out. More
 
Are you having a hard time losing weight? Do you get the weight off just to put it back on the next week? These are common problems that many people have to deal with day in and day out. More
 
Are you tired of growing old? Do you want to look younger? If this is something that you are up against everyday you should look into anti aging supplements. More
 
Bilberry, close relative of the blueberry and huckleberry, is a wild berry bush normally seen in Ireland, Scotland, and nearby places. Although the berries can be eaten, they are more likely to become jellies, juices, or pie fillings, and sometimes even become liquors and flavor syrups. More
 
  You can thank the beautiful, perennial Aster family of plants for producing echinacea. The name Echinacea is a derivative of the greek word echno, which means spiny—the center of the flower has a spiny hemisphere. The flower petals are purple, and once it blooms the petals slope downward, giving the flower a cone shape and a second name—the cone flower. More
 
Garlic
  Hard to believe that the lily family of plants managed to produce the garlic bulb, but it did. Aside from flavoring and spice, the plant is also used for medicinal purposes. Although it contains the obvious sulphur-based compounds, it also has beneficial vitamins, minerals, enzymes, flavenoids, and other ingredients. More





Ginkgo Biloba

  The ginkgo tree is one of the rare trees that has no close relations on earth (considered a living fossile), and grows wild only in two areas of China, although there are cultivated groves worldwide. It’s a deep rooted, deciduous tree that grows from 60 to over 100 feet tall. More
 
Ginseng
  Ginseng panax is one of several species of plants that produces ginsenosides, steroid-like substances that give the ginseng its medicinal properties. The plants are found in Asia and North America, but only grows as far south as Viet Nam. The Siberian ginseng is not a medicinal ginseng because it contains no ginsenosides. More
 
Green Tea
  Green tea is more than a great accompaniment for your Shrimp Tempura—this ancient delicate tea, made from an evergreen shrub, has been used for five millennia as a medicinal herb. Made from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis, green tea shows some promise as a therapy or preventative for various maladies. More
 
Milk Thistle
  This native of the middle east, North Africa, and Mediterranean regions of the world, this member of the daisy family has found its way from ancient medicine as a treatment for liver disorders and other maladies. Silymarin, the flavenoid complex found in the specie silymarin marianum, is thought to be the effective ingredient in treatments for liver disease. More
Olive Leaf
  The olive is a small shrubby tree that grows native to some middle eastern areas, the Mediterranean, Asia minor, and the southern Caspian Sea area. The olive and olive oil is widely enjoyed as a food product throughout the world, and much has been said about the healthy properties of olive oil. More