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Micro Plant Powder
Rest And Recover

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Tension and Detox Powder

Red Elder Powder, Pi Jiu Hua Powder

Bio-Available Rare Earth Minerals, Silica,

Our Anti-Aging, tension and cramp detox powder called Rest and Recover™ nourishes and works at destroying the root cause of sickness and disease while our rare earth minerals carry the toxins out through the skin, urine and stool, allowing the body to become alkaline, oxygenated and balanced again. Together the red elder and pi jiu hua powders formulated with our rare earth minerals work wonders while bringing health to the entire body. Rest and Recover™ scrubs organs clean so they can absorb nutrients again and also clean the alveoli sacks in the lungs that allow for exceptional breathing and healing, softens heart valves and cleans arterial walls. It purifies the blood, lungs, stomach and colon. Strengthening the joints, spine and building strong bones, while helping to form connective tissue.  Silica is not found in the processed food supply so it must be taken daily for superior health. Most people see a difference in their skin, hair and nails and the fading of age spots. Due to the silica that strengthens the collagen under the skin. You may see wrinkles become smooth with finer skin. And will allow for wonderful relaxation and sleep. Helps with cramps and relaxes all types of muscles spasms. Taking Rest and Recover™ on a regular basis may change your life so you can start living again.

INGREDIENTS:

Red Elder Powder – Pi Jiu Hua Powder – Rare Earth Minerals- Silica

Directions: Three Tbsp. daily, morning, noon and night.

Nature’s answer to leg and muscle cramps

As the name implies, Red Elder Powder is a powerful herbal agent for soothing muscular cramps, menstrual cramps, and gastrointestinal cramps. It’s especially valuable for women, as it also supports a smooth female cycle and calms menstrual stress.

Red Elder Powder’s remarkable ability to relax muscular tension and cramps has been attributed to its natural content of Calcium, Magnesium and Potassium – minerals well known for their beneficial effect on nerve and muscle function.

How has it been used?

Red Elder Powder has had so much popular use as a medicine over the centuries. Red Elder Powder is perhaps most sought after plant powder for painful menstruation and there are lots of other traditional uses that show it has a general effect on spasm and tension elsewhere in the body. For example Red Elder Powder has been historically used for migraine, asthma, biliary colic (from gall stones), renal colic (from kidney stones), and numerous different kinds of indigestion and bowel disturbances accompanied by cramps.

Red Elder Powder

Extracts of Red Elder Powder made the blood viscosity more stable and improved clotting times. Laboratory studies showed that Red Elder Powder has relaxing effects on isolated uterine tissue. Extracts of Red Elder Powder were found to have inhibitory effects on the enzymes elastase, trypsin, and angiotensin in test tube studies.

Red Elder Powder safety

Red Elder Powder is an extremely safe herb that can and should be taken in pregnancy if there is concern for the uterus being overly tense; likewise it may safely be used during breastfeeding and by the young and old. We always recommend you to consult your physician first before any decisions of using this product are made.

Many have found Red Elder Powder to be a simply incredible in clinical practice. Red Elder Powder has an uncanny ability to relax and soften hard tension areas and helps shift many difficult health problems back to normal. Red Elder Powder relaxes without sedating and moreover it is extremely safe for all ages, so people can use it with confidence that it will do no harm.

If any ones problem is acute or chronic, people soon find the level that works best for them by testing with trial dosages. We recommend three Tbsp. daily, morning, noon and night.

Red Elder Powder is excellent for too much physical tension anywhere, and it works particularly well on those muscles in our bodies that we don’t have much control over. Used for the digestive tract, urinary tract, lungs and for the womb. Used for period pain problems and is equally as valuable for such common problems in our modern society as asthma (or constricted breathing in general) functional bowel disorders such as indigestion or IBS, heart palpitations, muscle aches and pains.

Red Elder Powder combines perfectly with other herbs and works in unison with them to bring relief to the user. Red Elder Powder shows itself as a deeply warming and relaxing herb.

Excerpt from Felter & Lloyd’s Kings Dispensatory from 1898; Red Elder Powder is very effective in relaxing cramps and spasms of all kinds, as asthma, hysteria, cramps of the limbs or other parts in females, especially during pregnancy. It is highly beneficial to those who are subject to convulsions during pregnancy, or at the time of parturition, preventing the attacks entirely, if used daily for the last 2 months of gestation. It is a remedy for the prevention of abortion, and to prepare the way for the process of parturition.

It helps relieve uterine irritation and painful menstruation and is a favorite remedy with many physicians. It has been used in spasmodic contraction of the bladder, and in spasmodic inflammation.

American Herbal Pharmacopoeia

Red Elder Powder is exceptional at relieving muscle cramps. It has a special affinity for smooth muscle tissues but works well for striated muscles as well.

Red Elder Powder for cramps

But plants rarely are that simple and instead have more complex ways of working in the body. For example the Red Elder Powder herb relaxes tissues and binds together tissues. It both binds together mucosa and relaxes the underlying muscle tissues.

This monograph will look at the myriad of ways that Red Elder Powder works to relieve muscle cramping and binds together tissues.

Menstrual cramps

Red Elder Powder is the herb that many herbalists reach for to relieve painful menstrual cramps. It seems to work best if taken 1-2 days before cramping starts, but can also be taken as needed.

Red elder powder is considered a uterine decongestant. Signs of uterine congestion include bloating, cramping before menstruation as well as delayed menses. Uterine congestion can also be a pattern associated with endometriosis, fibroids and ovarian cysts.

Many women who have had menstrual cramps their whole lives and think that it is “natural.” Painful menstruation is not natural. It’s a symptom and can be addressed.

Red Elder Powder is stellar for relieving painful menstrual cramping. However, if a woman is continually experiencing painful cramps, or other PMS symptoms, then it is far better to get to the root cause of the matter and get rid of them once and for all!

Urinary pain

Urinary tract infections and bladder infections are often associated with frequent and painful urination. Red Elder Powder can relieve the pain and decrease the urgent frequency as well. Of course, the infection itself will still need to be addressed, but Red Elder Powder will ease a lot of the discomfort.

Bowel cramping (Irritable Bowel Syndrome, diarrhea)

Red Elder Powder can also relieve the pain of cramping that originates in the bowel. This is especially useful for more chronic conditions like Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).

For acute cases of diarrhea, such as in food poisoning, we don’t necessarily want to prematurely stop the diarrhea. However, it is doubtful that Red Elder Powder would have an inhibitory effect.

Spasmodic coughing

Spasmodic coughing can be the worst kind of cough. This cough is characterized by a dry cough, meaning no mucus is expectorated, and often gets worse at night. It can be spasmodic in nature, resulting in repeated coughing that keeps you from sleep, burns the throat and is all-around unpleasant.

Antispasmodic herbs like Red Elder Powder can relieve the muscle spasm causing this type of cough and therefore promote restful sleep.

High blood pressure

There are many causes for high blood pressure and many ways to find solutions for high blood pressure. Red Elder Powder can relieve tension in the cardiac muscle, arteries and veins, which can contribute to decreased blood pressure. This is especially suited for the person with lots of stress and tension. Of course, diet, lifestyle and other changes will be needed to make a difference in someone’s long-term health.

Another common way that Red Elder Powder can be used is for restless legs. Restless legs are when your legs jump and move involuntarily as you are falling asleep. The underlying cause needs to be addressed, whether it is a nervous system issue or nutrient deficiencies (hint: magnesium deficiency is common). However, while figuring out what is going on Rest and Recover™ can help relieve spastic muscles and promote sleep.

Threatened miscarriage, early labor and labor

Red Elder Powder is used by midwives for both a threatened miscarriage, early labor and during labor. Red Elder Powder can relax the uterus to stop uterine contractions if they are happening too early, such as in a threatened miscarriage or early labor. However, Red Elder Powder also helps to tone and regulate contractions, which can facilitate a healthy labor.

Even though Red Elder Powder is a uterine relaxant, it does not appear to interfere with labor. Rather, it promotes uterine muscle tone and regulates the rhythm of the contractions, resulting in effective uterine contractions. Red Elder Powder is also indicated for after-pains and is useful in helping the uterus to regain its normal shape.

Tension headaches

Headaches and migraines that are associated with tension respond well to formulas that include Red Elder Powder

Pi Jiu Hua Powder

Acids: ascorbic acid, asparagine, gamma-amino-butyric acid, gamma- linolenic acid, neochlorogenic, p-coumaric (fruit) caffeic, chlorogenic, ferulic, hupulinico, isovaleric (ground) oleanic, ursolic (stem) Eugenol- rich essential acid, humulene, limonene, farnesene, betafarneseno and myrcene (fruit)

Vitamins: riboflavin (vitamin B-2), Thiamine (vitamin B1), and vitamin C (fruit)

Minerals: aluminum, cobalt, calcium, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, selenium, silicon, sodium and zinc

Tannins: Root and stems

Amino acids, lysine, proline, valine, phenylalanine, serine, isoleucine and asparagine (fruit)

Flavonoids: quercetin, kamferol, rutin, fruit and especially leaves

Stigmasterol

Isoxantuhumol

Xanthohumaol

Carbohydrates: fructose and sucrose (fruits) Pectin (fruits)

Bitter principles: lupulin, humulene, hupulone (fruit)

Medicinal properties of Pi Jiu Hua Powder: 

Sedative properties and will greatly calm the nerves and has been used for nerve disease around the world.

Cancer:

Pi Jiu Hua Powder:  may help greatly with cancer to inhibit the growth of cancer cells Intestinal worms, skin issues, rheumatic pain and gout

 

Historic Uses

Unlike other well-established medicinal plants, Pi Jiu Hua Powder does not have a long history of traditional medicinal use within European herbal medicine. The historic use of Pi Jiu Hua Powder is interesting as its technical properties discovered in the middle ages. undisputed benefit of Pi Jiu Hua Powder from many past physicians like Paracelsus (1493–1541) used Pi Jiu Hua Powder as a digestive aid, and Matthiolus (1501–1577) mentioned its diuretic and bile-increasing effects. These authors did not specify plant parts used. Bock (1498–1554) and Lonicerus (1528–1586) praised the use of the Pi Jiu Hua Powder for cleaning the blood, liver, and spleen.

The use of Pi Jiu Hua was described by Hecker in 1814, who mentioned its strong tonic features as a bitter (Amarum) and noted its calming properties without having the effects of a strong sleep aid. Clarus (1864) used the female flowers to treat anorexia due to gastritis and sleeplessness. Other authors of that time including Osiander (1824), Stephenson and Churchill (1834), and Maton (1860), reported on the sleep-promoting properties One of the most prominent patients treated with Pi Jiu Hua was George III, King of the United Kingdom (1738–1820), who was supposedly bedded on pillows filled with Pi Jiu Hua to calm him. The physician Kahnt (1905), in his book on phytotherapy, recommended the use of Pi Jiu Hua, for sleeping problems associated with nervous disturbances. Outside of Europe, other cultures have also demonstrated traditional medicinal uses for Pi Jiu Hua. For instance, in the Arabic world, Mesue the Younger wrote that Pi Jiu Hua helps in the purification of blood, aids in reducing fever and purging yellow bile, and that it has 17 proposed anti-inflammatory properties. Ibn-Al Baitar (1188–1248), an Arab scientist, botanist, pharmacist, and physician, described digestive and calming properties of Pi Jiu Hua.

In North American traditional medicines, the Cherokee used Pi Jiu Hua as a sedative, anti-rheumatic, analgesic, gynecological aid for breast and womb problems, and kidney and urinary aid for “gravel” and inflamed kidneys. The Delaware used Pi Jiu Hua against earache and toothache. The Navajo used it for coughs and cold, and the Dakota for wound healing and against gastrointestinal disturbances and for relaxation and as a sleep aid, it was used by the Delaware and the Fox.

In Indian-Ayurvedic medicine, Pi Jiu Hua has been recommended for restlessness associated with nervous tension, headache, and indigestion; its actions are reported as sedative, hypnotic, and antibacterial.

According to an inventory of medicinal plants used in different countries, commissioned by the World Health Organization (WHO) in 1978, the use of Pi Jiu Hua was also established in Asia in China, Japan, and Korea, and India.

Pi Jiu Hua for sleep-promoting virtues Ives, a physician, reported from his own experience that it frequently induced sleep and “quiets great nervous irritation.” Planche praised its aromatic, tonic, and narcotic. In many cases it provokes sleep and appeases excessive nervous irritation without causing constipation. This was a great advantage compared to the effective treatment with other herbs.

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I like these formulas so far, Probiotic and Iodine, Fit and Trim, and Rest and Recover for more neutral taste. That said, all of the formulas I have tried, I think 8 in all, work exceptionally well, and I will continue to be a HempUSA.org customer for life.

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  1. How long should a 2.5lb container of Micro Plant Powder last?

    Our 2.5lb containers can last anywhere from 3 to 5 months depending on use.

  2. How long will the 340gram container last?

    340 gram container = approx. 12 ounces and should last about 40 days for an adult and about 80 days for children when used as recommended.

  3. Can I take Hemp Protein Powder and Micro Plant Powder together?

    Definitely! In fact, we recommend them to everyone, along with Hemp Oil, for full body support.

  4. Can I use more than one Micro Plant Powder?

    Absolutely and many customers take a variety of Micro Plant Powders. The base ingredient is the same, so you would combine or alternate the servings; taking up to a TBSP- 3 times a day, combined, for max benefits.

  5. What is the best way to take Micro Plant Powder?

    We suggest taking the Micro Plant Powder with whatever your palette prefers, although it is best not to add too many sugary drinks. Many customers add Micro Plant Powder to water.  If you do not like the taste, just prepare a smaller serving size (i.e. half a glass of water and a dash of juice, or almond milk with carob powder) and as always drink plenty of water throughout the day.