STEP 2:

Deep

about the herbs

Luna Rain Botanicals

 Once the colon and inner system is cleared and flowing regularly, you can begin your womb renewal process. Below are a few ancient methods and formulas that focus on the deep detoxification and nourishment of your precious womb space… gently, gradually, yet effectively.

Glossary of Herbs

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There are currently 12 Herbs in this directory beginning with the letter C.
Calendula
Calendula officinalis

  • Speeds healing and soothes wounds

  • Anti-inflammatory

  • Soothes skin conditions and injuries, burns, cuts, rashes, dermatitis and varicose veins

  • Soothes central nervous system

  • Cleansing and detoxifying, antimicrobial, liver support


Camu Camu
Myrciaria dubia

  • Nutritionally dense superfruit with the highest levels of Vitamin C of any plant in the world (so far documented in today's available library)!  - as much as sixty times than that of an orange

  • A rich source of potent antioxidants, phytochemicals, amino acids, vitamins, and minerals, including iron and beta-carotene

  • Supports overall optimal body health, cleansing, protection, cell renewal, and relief from inflammation and stagnation


Cardamon
Elettaria cardamomum

  • Perfume-like spice

  • Relieves gas, cramps, indigestion

  • Aphrodisiac

  • Eases tension, anxiety, insomnia

  • Used since ancient times for overall healing

  • Antiseptic, Antibacterial, Antiviral


Chaga
Inonotus obliquus

  • This mushroom of immortality reduces fatigue and inflammation, and increases mental sharpness

  • Selectively inhibits growth and kills cancer cells, while nourishing healthy cells

  • Antimicrobial, Anti-inflammatory, Antioxidant

  • Depending on what is currently needed, it will suppress or stimulate immune system (immunomodulator)

  • Rich in melanin which nourishes pineal gland, nervous system and protects body from radiation


Chasteberry
Vitex agnus-castus

  • Balances reproductive hormones

  • Nourishes uterus, oaries, cervix, breasts, vaginal canal, pituitary gland to increase fertility, regulate cycle, ease PMS symptoms and calm menopause symptoms

  • Been found to relieve PCOS, fibroid growth, endometriosis when taken for at least 1 month


Chia Seeds
Salvia hispanica

  • Rich in omega-3 fatty acids, help raise HDL cholesterol, the “good” cholesterol that protects against heart attack and stroke

  • Also high in antioxidants, fiber, iron, and calcium

  • Supports intestinal detox, prevents constipation and promotes regularity for a healthy digestive tract


Chickweed
Stellaria media

  •  high in minerals and vitamins

  • Creates protective barrier on mucous membranes of body (nasal passages, digestive tract, lungs, urinary tract, etc.) and soothes them

  • Cools and moistens inner body, relieving inflammation, arthritis, stagnant heat, fevers and dry, red, itchy, scaly skin conditions - such as eczema or psoriasis

  • Relieves chronic fatigue, anemia and helps recovery from long-term illness or surgery

  • Supports reduction and elimination of breast cysts, ovarian cysts, uterine fibroids or lymphadema


Cinnamon
Cinnamomum verum

  • Warming, stimulates circulation

  • Antispasmodic

  • Aids digestions, coats and soothes the alimentary canal, mucilagenous

  • Aphrodisiac


Cleavers
Galium aparine Encourages lymphatic drainage and detoxification.  Helps dissolve calcifications and mineral buildups such as kidney stone, gall stones, gout, bone spurs. Thomas Bartram writes that the actions of Cleavers include 'lymphatic alterative and detoxifier, diuretic, astringent tonic, non-steroidal anti-inflamatory, anti-obesity, adaptogen, anti-neoplastic. He suggests use for enlarged lymph nodes, especially cervical neck nodes, cystic and nodular changes in the glands, nodular goitre, dry skin disorders, psoriasis etc.

Cornsilk
Stigma maydis

  • RIch in postassium, awesome for all urinary imbalances such as cystitis

  • Calms inflammation and soothes lining of urinary tract

  • Reduces kidney stone formation

  • Traditional uses include treatment for prostate disorder, and urinary infections, bedwetting and obesity


Cramp Bark
Viburnum opulus

  • Meskwaki Native Americans used for pain and cramps throughout the body

  • Has a specific action on uterus as a muscle relaxant

  • Stimulates full circulation to extremities

  • Relaxes nervous tension and anxiety

  • Contains methyl salicylate, a weak acting precursor to the salicylic acid that is used in aspirin, but much less irritating to the stomach lining


Cranesbill
Geranium maculatum

  • High in tannins, is a strong internal and external astringent and antiseptic used by indigenous Americans for many uses from treating wounds, stopping internal bleeding and drying up ulcers

  • Curbs excessive blood loss during menstruation and helps to clear out stagnant tissues and mucus

Resources: Bartram’s Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine

IMPORTANT:  Immediately discontinue use of any of these treatments if you feel ANY discomfort.  These treatments are meant to feel luxurious, relaxing and life-giving.  Do not use if you are pregnant, have an IUD or other implant, or are menstruating.  Remove all piercings.  Please consult with your health care professional if you have any concerns.

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