Stimulant substances

Bee pollen.
Has been called nature's perfect food.
It is very rich in vitamins and contains almost all known minerals, trace elements, enzymes and amino acids.
It contains the essence of every plant from which bees collect pollen, in combination with digestive enzymes from the bees.
Bee pollen is a popular nutritional supplement that builds the immune system and provides energy for the entire body.
It contains 35% protein, 55% carbohydrate, 2% fatty acids and 3% minerals and vitamins.
It is high in B-complex and vitamins A, C, D, and E. It also contains lecithin, beta-carotene, selenium.
This combination of elements make bee pollen an excellent source of anti-oxidants. Research studies and clinical tests have demonstrated that bee pollen has an immunizing effect, enhances vitality, and can counteract the effects of radiation and chemical toxins.

Herbalists consider Echinacea one of the best blood purifiers and an effective antibiotic.
It activates the body's immune system increasing the chances of fighting off any disease.
This popular herb has been used to help ward off the common cold and to relieve the symptoms of hay fever.
The Plains Indians used various species of echinacea to treat poisonous insect and snake bites, toothaches, sore throat, wounds, as well as mumps, smallpox, and measles.
The settlers quickly adopted the therapeutic use of the plant, and since that time it has become one of the top selling herbs in the United States.
Since the early 1900's hundreds of scientific articles have been written about echinacea.
Most of the research during the past 10 years has focused on the immunostimulant properties of the plant.

Is a member of the onion family and is nature's most versatile medicinal plant.
Modern scientists in numerous clinical trials have concluded that Garlic lowers cholesterol, lowers blood pressure, thins the blood (which reduces your risk of heart attack and stroke) and fights bacteria like an antibiotic.
One medium clove of Garlic can equal the antibacterial action equivalent to 1% penicillin. Although Garlic directly attacks bacteria and viruses, it also stimulates the body's natural defenses against foreign invaders.
Garlic increases the activity of white blood cells and T-helper cells (natural killer cells), the cells that are central to the activity of the entire immune system.
Garlic is reported to be more effective than penicillin against typhus disease, and works well against strep, staph bacteria, and the organisms responsible for cholera, dysentery and enteritis.
It is generally regarded as a preventative measure for colds, flu and other infectious diseases. Furthermore, scientific studies have shown that garlic stimulates the production of the liver's own detoxifying enzymes which neutralize carcinogens and other environmental toxins.
It has also been used to rid the body of intestinal parasites and to treat digestive infections. Garlic also seems to prevent cells from turning cancerous by enhancing the body's mechanisms for removing toxic substances.

Is a fresh water blue green algae and contains concentrations of nutrients unlike any other single grain, herb, or plant.
It has the essential fatty acids gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), linoleic and arachidonic acids; is virtually the only vegetarian source of vitamin B12, which is (needed for healthy red blood cells; and contains significant amounts of iron, protein (60 to 70 percent), essential amino acids, the nucleic acids RNA and DNA, and chlorophyll.
Spirulina is a naturally digestible food that helps to protect the immune system, reduce blood cholesterol levels, and boost the absorption of necessary minerals.
Taking spirulina in supplement form is beneficial while fasting, as it supplies the nutrients needed to cleanse and heal, while also curbing the appetite.
If you have hypoglycemia (low blood sugar), you may benefit from using this food supplement. Animal studies repeatedly show that spirulina hinders the growth of oral cancer.

Tea tree oil.
The essential oils of this native Australian tree is steam distilled from the leaves and twigs.
Used extensively by Australian aboriginals for medicinal purposes and named for its usage as tea.
Especially beneficial topically, and gentle enough to be used internally.
Tea Tree oil is thought to have antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal properties.
It is also a powerful immuno-stimulant, helping the body respond better to these organisms.
Tea tree oil is widely used in skin care products because it is thought to be beneficial in treating so many different skin care conditions from rash to acne.