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Sue Reynolds, M.S.W.
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Updated October 20, 2017
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Nutritional Guidance

Remove Blocks that Prevent Your Goals

Herbs and Supplements

Nature's Sunshine Nutritional Supplements

Take this simple quiz, to find out what areas of your body may require particular attention.


Siberian Chaga Mushroom

pH Test Strips

How is Your pH? Learn how to check and maintain it.

DaVinci Labs


Food Renegade

Real Food Nutrition and Health

Great Online Course!


Detailed Mineral Analysis

Heavy Metal Levels

Includes Phone Consultation

Air Oasis

Air Oasis UV Purifier


Learn from experts about what you should be eating.

The information provided on this site is for educational purposes and not for diagnosing or treating disease. If you are experiencing a serious health condition, please consult a qualified health professional.

5-HTP Power (HydroxyTryptoPhan)
Gain power over your life with this exciting new supplement. Get the strength you need to realize improved mood, weight-loss success and better sleep.

Dandelion (460 mg)

Liver & kidney tonic. Bitter laxative, tonic, & diuretic. For liver/spleen also joints and skin needs.


Category:     Single Herbs
Parts Used:     Leaves and Roots
Body System:     Circulatory System, Digestive System
Testimonials:     2 Personal Stories

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250 100 count $17.95 $11.95

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Dandelion is a member of the sunflower family, native to Europe and naturalized in North America. Its name is a corruption of the French "dents de lion", meaning "teeth of the lion". Although gardeners consider it a nuisance, herbalists consider the plant one of the most nutrient-rich in the plant kingdom. The whole plant is edible, the flowers being used to make wine, the leaves boiled like spinach or added to salads, and the roots as a vegetable and as a coffee substitute. The herb is a source of potassium, sodium, phosphorus and iron. The leaves are a richer source of vitamin A than carrots and contain some vitamin B, C and D.

Two capsules with meals twice daily.

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