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Nervous System Issues
See Also Part 2: Memory - Sleep Issues - Mood

The human nervous system is the most overworked system in modern society. It carries more information bits per second than your personal computer, (and it comes already programmed!). Every part of the body has a nerve connection and not just one, but two. One set, the afferent nerves, carry information to the spinal cord and brain. This is the activation message. It tells you where you are in time and space, and what is going on in the world around you.

The second set, the efferent nerves, carry the brain or spinal cord's response to that new information. These nerves signal your feet to run or your head to nod in response to incoming messages.

Much more info about the Nervous System



Balanced relaxant for stress and nervousness

Supports the nervous system - Soothes frayed nerves - Aids in relaxation and encourages restful sleep - Boosts the immune system.
Is a source of antioxidants (vitamin C and lemon bioflavonoids).
Provides 100% or more of the daily value of nine important nutrients.

Nutri-Calm is a soothing blend of vitamins, minerals and herbs to help the nervous system cope with both short-term and long-term stress.
It helps to relieve symptoms related to an overactive nervous system including itching, hyperactivity, anorexia, and the problems of drug and alcohol withdrawal.
Nutri-Calm contains nutrients needed by nerve cells to grow and produce nerve energy.
It improves stress response by building adrenal glands and glands that produce nerve-regulating hormones.

Symptoms of excess sympathic - Dedicient Parasympathetic

General Indications

Anxiety-like response - Enlarged pupils - High blood pressure
Infrequent bowel movements - Nervous strain - Tension headaches - Irritability
Indigestion - Rapid heartbeat with palpitations or weak pulse - Nightmares - Muscle tension



Stress formula from Jeanne Burgess.
An herbal nervine tranquilizer that relieves nervous stress and muscle tension anywhere in the body, but especially in the colon. As a relaxant, it helps with nervous indigestion, spastic colitis, anorexia, tension headaches and menstrual cramping. Can help moderate symptoms of chemical dependency or withdrawal including sugar hyperactivity.
Stress Relief
A combination of 16 herbs and natural substances designed to support emotional balance.
These herbs nourish the nervous system, and subsequently help improve gastric function and strengthen the urinary system. Its primary nutrients-polygonum, dragon bone, oyster shell, haliotis shell and fushen-help normalize mental function and strengthen the cardiovascular system.


Other Symptoms
Good digestion - Good stamina but lethargic - Low blood pressure - Small pupils
Sweats easily - Sensitive to noises and touch - ADHD - Mental confusion
Difficulty concentrating - Restless sleeping - Urination at night


Nature's Chi TCM

  An ephedra-free blend of 15 herbs designed to be invigorating, to reduce the body's desire to eat and to boost immunity and blood circulation by improving the flow of internal energy, or chi.

Nature's Chi can also support cellular energy levels and energize the body during physical activity without causing nervousness or insomnia

A collection of stimulating energy herbs. Adaptogenic herbs help the body adapt to stress.
Yellow dock is rich source of iron for strong blood. In fact, several of the herbs are especially high in vitamins needed to produce hormones and increase energy metabolism. Bee pollen, barley grass and rose hips are powerful nutrients.
Licorice and kelp directly support the energy regulating adrenal and thyroid glands. Schizandra and Gotu Kola are stimulating to the nervous and circulatory systems. Gotu kola helps improve memory.


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