OFFICIAL BUGLEWEED
OFFICIAL BUGLEWEED

OFFICIAL BUGLEWEED

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OFFICIAL BUGLEWEED (Lycopus americanus) - is a wild crafted herb that grows naturally in North America and it draws all of its nutrients from the earth naturally. Bugleweed is not farmed or sprayed with any kind of pesticide. It's grown on its own strictly through nature with no interference from man. Bugleweed is used for over active thyroid (hyperthyroidism), premenstrual syndrome, and breast pain. Dr. Sebi used bugleweed for heart problems. Bugleweed is a member of the mint family,  and is a herbaceous perennial that grows in moist meadows and swamps. 

1. Grave’s Diseases

Bugleweed is commonly used as a natural treatment for some symptoms of Grave’s disease, such as palpitations and convulsions. Grave’s disease is an immune disorder resulting in excessive thyroid hormones being produced. Components of the plant may lower the levels of the thyroid-stimulating hormone and thyroxine. The herbal activity is sufficient for mild cases of the disease and is considered safe for long-term administration.

2. Prevent Respiratory Disorders

There are various anti-inflammatory compounds found in the extract of bugleweed, which is why this herb is commonly used to relieve respiratory distress, such as excessive coughing, shortness of breath, and sore throats. Bugleweed helps in relieving nasal congestion. It is also very effective in clearing up congestion of the throat, bronchi, and lungs, which gives relief from respiratory disorders that often result from asthma and common colds. As it cools and soothes the throat, nose and other respiratory channels, it also relieves the irritation which causes chronic coughing.

3. Anti-Inflammatory

Like other plant-based foods (veggies, fruit, nuts, seeds, beans, and 100% whole grains), bugleweed contains phytonutrients with antioxidant-like properties, which may reduce cellular damage caused by oxidative stress. What’s more, the primary anti-inflammatory compounds  of bugleweed may limit the initiation of chronic inflammation.

4. Hormone Imbalances

Research has shown that bugleweed has a powerful effect on thyroid levels and can help to prevent various hormonal disorders that can be so devastating to the body. The lithospheric acid in bugleweed is believed to decrease levels of certain hormones, especially the thyroid hormone thyroxine. It also helps to regulate estrogen levels in women, which protects women from cyclic breast pain.

5. Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Bugleweed contains a compound called menthol, which is thought to help alleviate IBS symptoms through its relaxing effects on the muscles of the digestive tract. Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common digestive tract disorder. It is characterized by digestive symptoms like stomach pain, gas, bloating and changes in bowel habits.

6. Alleviates Allergies & Hay Fever

Seasonal allergies and hay fever (also known as rhinitis) affect millions of people around the world. Extracts of bugleweed have been shown to inhibit the release of certain chemicals, which aggravate severe nasal symptoms associated with hay fever and seasonal allergies.

7. Relieve Pain

Bugleweed is a naturally soothing substance, so it can alleviate the inflammation often associated with headaches and migraines. The nerve-calming and vasoconstrictor actions of bugleweed make it useful for pain relief in situations that involve irritability and tension. The powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects of the compounds will promote cell growth, prevent infection, and reduce pain and inflammation all at the same time. Balms with a mint base or basic bugleweed oil, when rubbed on the forehead and nose, give quick relief in case of a headache.

8. Protect The Heart

Extracts from this herb are thought to aid in normalizing heart rate, which is indicative of its potential as an alternative treatment for a tachycardia. By normalizing the heart rate and reducing blood pressure, bugleweed can protect against atherosclerosis, heart attacks, and strokes, which are some of the primary killers around the world today. 

9. Treat Nausea

Everyone experiences nausea at one point or another. Bugleweed can help you deal with digestive issues like nausea. Its calming and numbing effect relaxes your stomach muscles so that bile can break down fats, and food can move through the stomach quickly. Drinking a hot cup of bugleweed tea is one of the most effective ways to settle an upset stomach, especially if you’re feeling nauseous.

10. Skin Care

Bugleweed benefits antiseptic and antipruritic properties, the juice obtained from the leaves is an excellent skin cleanser. It soothes the skin and helps cure infections and itchiness. In addition to being a good way to reduce pimples, it can even relieve some of the symptoms of acne. Its anti-pruritic properties can be used for treating bug and insect bites like those of mosquitoes, honeybees, hornets, wasps, and gnats.

11. Promotes Healing

One of the other major health benefits possessed by bugleweed is that it helps promote the healing process. Applying bugleweed extract topically can promote rapid healing; due to the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects of the compounds present in the herb which can promote cell growth, reduce pain and prevent infection .

12. Improves Sleep

Bugleweed does double duty as a stimulant or a relaxation aid, depending mostly on your intention. It interacts with the hormones in your body and helps balance your Circadian rhythms and promote healthy rest.

13. Reduce Depression & Fatigue

Bugleweed is naturally calming and can get your brain functioning at a higher level again. That is, the soothing and sedative properties possessed by the herb help improve the condition by calming the heart palpitations and thereby soothing the stress hormones.

OFFICIAL BUGLEWEED  TEA1 Tsp of Bugleweed   or 1/2 Tsp Bugleweed   in 1 cup of boiling water. Let steep 10 to 15 minutes. Sweeten if desired.

    OFFICIAL BUGLEWEED (Lycopus americanus) - is a wild crafted herb that grows naturally in North America and it draws all of its nutrients from the earth naturally. Bugleweed is not farmed or sprayed with any kind of pesticide. It's grown on its own strictly through nature with no interference from man. Bugleweed is used for over active thyroid (hyperthyroidism), premenstrual syndrome, and breast pain. Dr. Sebi used bugleweed for heart problems. Bugleweed is a member of the mint family,  and is a herbaceous perennial that grows in moist meadows and swamps. 

    1. Grave’s Diseases

    Bugleweed is commonly used as a natural treatment for some symptoms of Grave’s disease, such as palpitations and convulsions. Grave’s disease is an immune disorder resulting in excessive thyroid hormones being produced. Components of the plant may lower the levels of the thyroid-stimulating hormone and thyroxine. The herbal activity is sufficient for mild cases of the disease and is considered safe for long-term administration.

    2. Prevent Respiratory Disorders

    There are various anti-inflammatory compounds found in the extract of bugleweed, which is why this herb is commonly used to relieve respiratory distress, such as excessive coughing, shortness of breath, and sore throats. Bugleweed helps in relieving nasal congestion. It is also very effective in clearing up congestion of the throat, bronchi, and lungs, which gives relief from respiratory disorders that often result from asthma and common colds. As it cools and soothes the throat, nose and other respiratory channels, it also relieves the irritation which causes chronic coughing.

    3. Anti-Inflammatory

    Like other plant-based foods (veggies, fruit, nuts, seeds, beans, and 100% whole grains), bugleweed contains phytonutrients with antioxidant-like properties, which may reduce cellular damage caused by oxidative stress. What’s more, the primary anti-inflammatory compounds  of bugleweed may limit the initiation of chronic inflammation.

    4. Hormone Imbalances

    Research has shown that bugleweed has a powerful effect on thyroid levels and can help to prevent various hormonal disorders that can be so devastating to the body. The lithospheric acid in bugleweed is believed to decrease levels of certain hormones, especially the thyroid hormone thyroxine. It also helps to regulate estrogen levels in women, which protects women from cyclic breast pain.

    5. Irritable Bowel Syndrome

    Bugleweed contains a compound called menthol, which is thought to help alleviate IBS symptoms through its relaxing effects on the muscles of the digestive tract. Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common digestive tract disorder. It is characterized by digestive symptoms like stomach pain, gas, bloating and changes in bowel habits.

    6. Alleviates Allergies & Hay Fever

    Seasonal allergies and hay fever (also known as rhinitis) affect millions of people around the world. Extracts of bugleweed have been shown to inhibit the release of certain chemicals, which aggravate severe nasal symptoms associated with hay fever and seasonal allergies.

    7. Relieve Pain

    Bugleweed is a naturally soothing substance, so it can alleviate the inflammation often associated with headaches and migraines. The nerve-calming and vasoconstrictor actions of bugleweed make it useful for pain relief in situations that involve irritability and tension. The powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects of the compounds will promote cell growth, prevent infection, and reduce pain and inflammation all at the same time. Balms with a mint base or basic bugleweed oil, when rubbed on the forehead and nose, give quick relief in case of a headache.

    8. Protect The Heart

    Extracts from this herb are thought to aid in normalizing heart rate, which is indicative of its potential as an alternative treatment for a tachycardia. By normalizing the heart rate and reducing blood pressure, bugleweed can protect against atherosclerosis, heart attacks, and strokes, which are some of the primary killers around the world today. 

    9. Treat Nausea

    Everyone experiences nausea at one point or another. Bugleweed can help you deal with digestive issues like nausea. Its calming and numbing effect relaxes your stomach muscles so that bile can break down fats, and food can move through the stomach quickly. Drinking a hot cup of bugleweed tea is one of the most effective ways to settle an upset stomach, especially if you’re feeling nauseous.

    10. Skin Care

    Bugleweed benefits antiseptic and antipruritic properties, the juice obtained from the leaves is an excellent skin cleanser. It soothes the skin and helps cure infections and itchiness. In addition to being a good way to reduce pimples, it can even relieve some of the symptoms of acne. Its anti-pruritic properties can be used for treating bug and insect bites like those of mosquitoes, honeybees, hornets, wasps, and gnats.

    11. Promotes Healing

    One of the other major health benefits possessed by bugleweed is that it helps promote the healing process. Applying bugleweed extract topically can promote rapid healing; due to the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects of the compounds present in the herb which can promote cell growth, reduce pain and prevent infection .

    12. Improves Sleep

    Bugleweed does double duty as a stimulant or a relaxation aid, depending mostly on your intention. It interacts with the hormones in your body and helps balance your Circadian rhythms and promote healthy rest.

    13. Reduce Depression & Fatigue

    Bugleweed is naturally calming and can get your brain functioning at a higher level again. That is, the soothing and sedative properties possessed by the herb help improve the condition by calming the heart palpitations and thereby soothing the stress hormones.

    OFFICIAL BUGLEWEED  TEA1 Tsp of Bugleweed   or 1/2 Tsp Bugleweed   in 1 cup of boiling water. Let steep 10 to 15 minutes. Sweeten if desired.