2 FL OZ (60 mL)
Support Seasonal Wellness*
Fast Acting Immune Support*
Liquid Extract Formula with 8 Potent Organic Herbs
Enhanced Spagyric Alchemical Process
Bold Plant Sword, when you need to play offense. Serious times call for serious measures. Yes, we know it tastes brutally bitter, that’s why it works. Bitter is Bold. Embrace the Bitter.*
Stressed at work? Traveling? Kids starting school? Had too much sugar over the Holidays? You know when life’s stresses might challenge your immune system. When you feel you’re about to get knocked down, you need something strong. Bold Plant Sword harnesses the power of 8 amazing herbs for fast-acting immune support: Andrographis, Neem, Sweet Wormwood, Sage, Licorice, Holy Basil, Clove, & Ginger. Many of these herbs are super bitter. That’s the way Mother Nature made them. It tastes strong because it is strong. Be Bold. Taste your herb.*
This formula is a potent liquid spagyric extract that has a weight to volume ratio of 1:4.
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Andrographis herb (Andrographis paniculata): Known in India and Sri Lanka as the “King of Bitters”, it has traditionally been used used in both classical Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) for over 1,000 years for seasonal immune and respiratory support. Also referred to as the “Indian echinacea”, the bitter principles in Andrographis are derived from one of its primary constituents: andrographolides.*
Neem leaf (Azadirachta indica): Another bitter herb, the Neem tree has been revered in Classical Ayurveda for thousands of years. Clay pots containing Neem have been found in Harappan ruins of the Indus Civilization from 2,500 BC. Traditionally referred to as the “village pharmacy” or the “bestower of good health”, many parts of the plant have been used and the plant has over 300 known constituents. We use the leaf which is rich in antioxidants.*
Sweet Wormwood herb (Artemisia annua): Another incredible botanical with, over 600 known constituents, that is very bitter to taste due to its rich presence of principals such as artemisinin and arteannuin along with a small percentage of essential oils. It has been used for over a millennia in Traditional Chinese Medicine and has been cultivated in Southeast Asia for over 2,000 years. This botanical has a huge amount of support for specific uses by the World Health Organization (WHO).*
Sage leaf (Salvia officinalis): Greatly revered in Native American traditions, this amazing plant is a perennial evergreen shrub which has also been used in Mediterranean, Southern European herb systems and was highly regarded but Ancient Egyptians, Greeks and Romans for its culinary and medicinal properties. Historically, sage is known as the “Salvation Plant”, originating from the old Latin word “salvarem”, which means save. This leaf is rich in volatile oils, tannins and acids as well as the bitter principal carnosol which gives it a distinctly earthy, warm, bitter and aromatic taste along with specific acids such as rosmarinic and carnosic.*
Licorice root (Glycyrrhiza uralensis): One of the most commonly and longest used botanicals in Ayurvedic, Chinese, European and Middle Eastern systems. This sweet root is loaded with actives like polysaccharides and triterpenoid saponins. Glycyrrhizin for instance, is uniquely 50 times sweeter than sugar. Considered by several of the herbal systems above to be a synergist for other herbs which enhance the overall effectiveness of other herbs it is blended with.*
Holy Basil leaf (Ocimum sanctum): Also known as Tulsi, Holy Basil has a status of one of the most sacred herbs in India and is often referred to as the “Queen of Herbs”, largely because the high regard with which it is held in Ayurveda. “Tulsi” translates from Sanskrit as “the incomparable one” highlighting its esteem with herbal practitioners and it tastes pungent slightly bitter and warming with a hint a “clovey” taste due to the presence of Eugenol which is an active component of Clove bud as well.*
Clove bud (Syzygium aromaticum): Cloves are the dried flower buds of this evergreen tree and is also used as a culinary spice. Clove is spicy/pungent, bitter and slightly sweet to the taste and is one of the strongest antioxidant herbs available according to ORAC testing and is loaded with volatile oils including the compound Eugenol.*
Ginger rhizome (Zingiber officinale): Another versatile herb/spice that can be used in various forms and is a thick underground stem and has been relied on for thousands of years in both Ayurveda and TCM. Ginger has a strong pungent and slightly sweet taste and contains many active compounds, namely pungent principals such as Gingerol and Shogal as well as volatile oils like Zingiberine and Zingerone.*
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.