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Herbal preparations or supplements contain active ingredients derived exclusively from plants. In many cases, these are concentrated extracts or isolated plant substances, such as, for example, curcumin or resveratrol. Herbs may be an excellent addition to your daily supplementation and can contribute to numerous health benefits. Browse our herbal supplements below.

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Herbal medicine: Its history

Herbs have a long tradition of use in virtually every culture. Herbal medicine informed the first medical systems. For example, Ayurveda is a well-known system in India. Herbs also have an central place in traditional Chinese medicine. Herbs can be extracted from plant material by means of various extraction methods. Alcohol extraction is widely used but also infusions or Co2 extraction. Popular extracts are hemp, curcuma (curcumin, turmeric) and ashwaganda. Contemporary herbal medicine draws eclectically from ancient Eastern wisdom, domestic traditions, folk remedies and modern scientific research.

Natural herbs

Herbal medicine uses whole plants or, more typically, parts of plants. Herbal supplements are variably made from berries, cherries, stems, seeds, bark, roots or bulbs. The herbs in our product range are all 100% natural, are recognized by the body and interact with a multitude of biological processes. Herbal preparations or supplements contain active ingredients that are exclusively plant-based. It often entails a concentrated extract or an isolated plant substance such as curcumin or resveratrol. In the ingredient list you find potency indicated in terms of "standardized to". In the case of curcuma, for example, you might read "standardized to 95% curcuminoids".

Botanicals: Benefits

The often unique and physiologically potent compounds of botanicals make for their being ubiquitously applicable. Herbs and their molecular structure encompass an exciting research field. Despite the endless variety of spices, the effects of particular spices are increasingly well-described. Herbs are generally known to have beneficial effects on health. They boost resistance against bacteria and fungi in the intestines. Herbs may also have relaxing and calming properties.

Broad spectrum of herbal supplements

The Ergomax herbal product range includes a variety of botanicals. Examples include supplements containing curcumin, hemp extracts, nootropics, seaweed extract, licorice extract and ashwaganda. View our complete product line above and learn more about specific herbs in the respective product descriptions.