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10+ wildcrafted Iron rich plants:- Some varieties of plants our "IRON IMMUNO PLUS" are carefully selected from.

This Wildcrafted Cell Mineral🌿 consists of immune stimulating and various iron rich wild plants, to aid strengthen the body and improve the immune system. 
Iron Plus Immuno also contains our wildcrafted purple seamoss and bladderwrack to support the body's overall mineral daily requirement.


IRON PLUS IMMUNO  A selection from some of the below iron-rich content wild plants. 


1. Anamu (Guinea Hen Weed)

Not only is it rich in iron, it is also used for cleansing the body of harmful organisms and stimulating the immune system.
Used to make teas, tinctures and extracts.

2. Blue Vervain

Used to soothe the nervous system, detoxify the body, reduce inflammation, stress and depression and protect the immune system.
Used to make teas, tinctures and extracts.

Blue vervain herb

Blue vervain

3. Burdock

Known as one of the best blood purifiyers, it has diuretic properties, which means it aids the body in removing toxins through the urine.
Use root as vegetable, drink as tea (root, leaf, flower) or add herb powder to smoothies.


4. Callaloo (Amaranth, Jamaican Callaloo)

Also a good source of potassium and calcium. Callaloo is also rich in antioxidants and is a great immune booster.
Leaves and stems can be cooked, blended into smoothie or added to raw salad meal.

5. Chickweed

Used as an astringent, for kidney complaints, has anti-inflammatory properties and helps to combat obesity.
Can be used to make tea, tinctures and extacts.



6. Concansa (Cancansa, Red Willow Bark, Cansasa)

Also contains a high concentration of Potassium Phosphate. It is anti-inflamatory, used to soothe menstrual cramps, prevent heart attack, reduce pains and alleviate headaches.
Can be used to make tea, tinctures and extacts.


7. Dandelion

Among its many uses include curing anaemia, cancer, liver disorders, diabetes, urinary disorders, acne and jaundice.
Leaves can be cooked or added to smoothies or a raw meal. Root taken in capsule or used to make tea.


8. Wild Kale                                                                         

Also high in calcium. It is an anti-oxidant and has anti-inflammatory properties.Can be cooked or added to smoothies or a raw meal.


9. Lily of the Valley

Rich in iron fluorine and potassium phosphate. It’s used as a diuretic, cardiac tonic (heart failure, irregular heartbeats), breast cancer, kidney stones and addressing central nervous system.
Can be used to make teas, tinctures, extract, infusions and essential oils.


10. Sarsasparilla

Has high content of iron. Blood purifier. It is used for treating kidney diseases, psoriasis and other skin diseases, fluid retention; and for increasing sweating and also rheumatoid arthritis.
Can be used to make teas, tinctures and infusions.


11. Sarsil Berry

It is the berry from the plant of the sarsasparilla. It has a high concentration of iron. It calms the central nervous system (ionisation), gives energy and strengthens the immune system.
Used to make juices. Dried berry can used to make teas, extracts and tinctures.


12. Sea Vegetables / Sea Weeds (eg. Seamoss, Bladderwrack)

These are rich in minerals. They can be used to improve overall health, as a tonic for the body and also to detoxify the body.
Can be added to smoothies or cooking or taken in powdered form.


13. Stinging Nettle

An astringent, diuretic, used for prostate, BPH (Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia), urinary problems (infections, inflammation) and also kidney stones.

Used to make teas, tinctures, can be taken in powdered form.


14. Yellow Dock

Blood cleanser/purifer, liver cleanser, detoxifies the body, STD, scurvy, respiratory issues
Use to make teas, tinctures, take in powdered form.


If you are taking medication, please seek the advice of your physician before taking any of these herbs.

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