When you're thinking about Herbal life nutrition, you should look into the various herbs on the market today. One of the first thing you'll notice is that most supplements make claims, but don't back them up.
To know whether St. Johns Wort will really cure hemorrhoids (which, by the way, it won't), you'll probably have to look it up yourself. Encyclopedias, and the web, can make this process much easier; allowing you to find out what it is that is being sold to you as an 'herbal remedy'. While there are many different herbs, below are a few common ones.
Artichoke:Not all Herbal life nutrition elements must be obscure or specific; common household items can be healthy and helpful too. Garlic and artichokes both have been shown to lower cholesterol. Garlic also reduces blood pressure, and has some antibacterial properties.
Ginkgo:Many energy drinks and herbal supplements display that they include Ginkgo Biloba proudly on their label. Ginkgo is also known as the Maidenhair Tree sometimes. It is a 'living fossil', which means that it is a species that has no living relatives (Ginkgo is in its own division, Ginkgophyta, which has only the one class Ginkgopsida, the one order Ginkgoales, the one family Ginkgoaceae, the only genus Ginkgo and just the one species. It's far, far away from any other species, enough that scientists don't know of any relatives at all), and has remained fairly stable through the centuries in the fossil record. Given all of this, you may be led to believe that it has the wondrous effects for Herbal life nutrition that the labels claim. However, for the most part, the only claim that has any semblance of the truth is that Ginkgo Biloba can be used as a memory enhancer and anti-vertigo agent, and even those claims are contested. It is also expensive enough that most manufacturers only put just enough in to be able to say on their label that it is in their product, in hopes of a placebo effect. The American Medical Association found indications that Ginkgo was no better than a placebo in memory tests, but those experiments are still preliminary. Overall, though, Ginkgo should probably not be something that you use as a deciding characteristic when looking at a product to purchase.