Calamus Extract 3:1 – 30 ct
Botanical name: (Acorus Calamus)
- sweet sedge.
- sweet rush.
- sweet root.
- sweet myrtle.
- sweet grass.
- sweet cinnamon.
- sweet case.
- sweet cane.
- and others.
The Calamus extract comes from the root of the same name. Aside from its medicinal traits, it is famous for its many names. Other than those already mentioned, it is also known as sweet flag, beewort, bitter pepper root, and gladdon. It can also be called as myrtle root, among many others.
In Ayurveda, the extract is used to improve memory. It can also help improve neurological functions. It is even seen to improve concentration. As such, regular dosage of the Calamus extract can help improve memory. It is useful for those who are about to take an exam. It is also helpful for people who are about to give a speech and need to memorize what they have to say.
Chinese also used the extract for speech development. They also use it for people to recover from stroke.
Essential uses of the extract include:
- memory enhancement.
- aromatic digestive.
- nerve stimulant.
There are also other therapeutic uses for the Calamus extract. For one, it can be used as a diuretic.
As a diuretic, it can help increase urination. Urinating can help the body remove excess bile and toxins. It is a great way to cleanse the kidneys.
The extract can also be an expectorant, a decongestant, and even an aphrodisiac. It contains anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory agents. With its anti-inflammatory traits, along with it being a sedative, it can help fight pains caused by arthritis.
Note: These statements have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. We do not recommend internal use of supplements or herbs without prior consultation with your doctor or herbalist.