Ingredients Traditionally Used to Alleviate



Bee Pollen
Bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus)
Cayenne (Capsicum frutescens)
Chinese Ginseng Root (Panax schinseng)
Ginger Root (Zingiber officinale)
Ginkgo Leaves (Ginkgo biloba)
Gotu Kola Leaves (Centella asiatica)
He-Shou-Wu (Polygonum multiflorum)
Kelp (Fucus vesiculosis)
Lavender Flowers (Lavandula vera)
Pau D'Arco Bark (Tabebuia heptaphylla)
Saint John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum)
Siberian Ginseng Root (Eleutherococcus senticosus)
Wood Betony (Stachys betonica)


Blue Vervain (Verbena hastata)
Chamomile Flowers (Matricaria chamomilla)
Horsetail (Equisetum arvense)
Kola Nut (Cola acuminata)
Parsley Leaves (Petroselinum sativum)
Rosemary Leaves (Rosmarinus officinalis)
Sage Leaves (Salvia officinalis)
Scullcap (Scutellaria lateriflora)
Thyme (Thymus vulgaris)
Valerian Root (Valeriana officinalis)



(Alzheimer's Disease) Refusal to deal with the world as it is; anger; hopelessness and helplessness; difficulty in imagining the future and a desire to return to one's childhood; desire to remain in the past and feeling useless in the present.
(Amnesia) Refusal to face the truth.
(Brain) Represents the computer or the switchboard.
(Brain Problems) Misuse or incomplete use of the thinking process; scattered attention or incomplete use of the attention or imagination.
(Brain Problems, axons) Difficulty in receiving impressions or perceptions.
(Brain Problems, cerebellum) Misuse of the memory.
(Brain Problems, dendrites) Difficulty in communicating one's perceptions.
(Brain Problems, hypothalamus) Identifying the Self as only physical; refusing to admit the permanent understanding or permanent memory of one's Self.
(Brain Problems, neurons) Scattering of one's attention.
(Brain Problems, synapses) Turning away from information, often due to drug usage.
(Brain Problems, thalamus) Doubt concerning one's identity; difficulty in understanding or embracing maturity in the Self; confusion in one's thinking process, due to a refusal to receive new information.
(Brain Tumor, benign) Feeling pressured or overwhelmed by information that has been received; strong thoughts that are not brought to one's full awareness; stubbornness; refusal to learn; resenting the learning process.
(Brain Tumor, malignant) Having received information where there is hatred towards the information that has been received.
(Cerebritis) Anger and frustration about conditions that one is looking at in their life.
(Dementia) Refusal to deal with the world as it is; hopelessness and anger; refusal to face physical realities, or to discriminate what is physical from what is mental.
(Encephalitis) Generalized indecision over whether one wants to use the physical body in this lifetime; withdrawal from life experiences.
(Memory Difficulties) Ignoring thoughts and emotions.
(Multiple Sclerosis) Desire to run from learning; placing blame or refusing to be responsible for one's conditions and circumstances in life; mental hardness; hard-heartedness; iron will; inflexibility; fear.
(Parkinson's Disease) Withdrawal from experience; refusal to receive; fear; an intense desire to control everyone or everything; paralyzing thoughts; getting "stuck".
(Stroke or Cerebrovascular Accident) Giving up; resistance; rejection of life; "rather die than change"; refusal to face experiences and conditions within one's life; avoiding conditions, circumstances, or learning processes in one's life, thereby blocking off the incoming messages from the brain.


(Alzheimer's Disease) There is always a new and better way for me to experience life. I forgive and release the past. I move into joy. I fulfill the desire that I have postponed for years.
(Amnesia) I am honest with myself and others. I admit the truth outwardly. I create my life the way it is. I can make my life the way I desire it to be.
(Brain) I am the loving operator of my mind.
(Brain Problems) I practice undivided attention for ten minutes each day on the object or subject of my choice.
(Brain Problems, axons) I place my attention where I can learn the most.
(Brain Problems, cerebellum) I created my Self and my life the way I am and the way it is. The cause of my life and situations begins with my thoughts.
(Brain Problems, dendrites) I choose where I will place my attention.
(Brain Problems, hypothalamus) The physical body is my vehicle that I entered at the beginning of this lifetime, and will leave at the end. The real me uses this vehicle in order to learn. I am not this vehicle.
(Brain Problems, neurons) I do not allow my environment to determine the site of my attention.
(Brain Problems, synapses) I open myself to new information each day.
(Brain Problems, thalamus) I practice meditation, concentration, and dream interpretation in order to know my Self better.
(Brain Tumor, benign) Any thought created is worthy of my attention. I pay attention to my thoughts. I change the thoughts I do not like, or that are unproductive.
(Brain Tumor, malignant) I begin to like my Self. I investigate my past and discover the moments when I hurt another person, such as my parents, peers or siblings. I forgive myself. It is easy for me to reprogram the computer of my mind. All of life is change, and my mind is ever new.
(Dementia) I am in my perfect place, and I am safe at all times. I find someone or something I love and give it or them my love, my kindness, and my attention.
(Memory Difficulties) I face the past and present with undivided attention. I examine my memories, learn from them, and release my attachment.
(Multiple Sclerosis) I cannot escape from learning, so I begin to live life and love myself. I create a loving, joyful world by choosing loving, joyful thoughts. I am safe and free.
(Parkinson's Disease) I create ways for my pleasure in life to outweigh my pain. I create a productive future in the present. I relax, knowing that I am safe. Life is for me, and I trust the process of life.
(Stroke or Cerebrovascular Accident) Life is change, and I adapt easily to the new. I accept Life --- past, present, and future. I examine what has been productive and fulfilling in my life. I practice being who I really want to be.


Base ingredients consist of natural herbal botanicals that assist in strengthening the brain, improving the memory, increasing concentration, and balancing the equilibrium, as well as alleviating various brain disorders (including Alzheimer's disease, cerebritis, dementia, encephalitis, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, stroke and tumors).

The specific medical properties, physiological action and therapeutic uses for each of the primary and secondary ingredients in this formula (as described in The Professional's Herbal Formula Handbook No. 13) can be viewed by selecting the appropriate active links from the list of ingredients above.

A complete 93-page copy of The Professional's Herbal Formula Handbook No. 13 for this particular formula is also available from us (see our complete listing of Handbooks).



Herbal Formulas


Adults and Teenagers

15 to 30 drops every 4 hours (acute conditions), or
15 to 30 drops every 2 hours (chronic conditions), or 15 to 30 drops every hour (terminal conditions), or
as directed by your doctor.


Children (1 to 12 years)

5 to 10 drops every 4 hours (acute conditions), or
5 to 10 drops every 2 hours (chronic conditions), or
5 to 10 drops every hour (terminal conditions), or
as directed by your doctor.


Children (under 1 year)

3 to 5 drops every 4 hours (acute conditions), or
3 to 5 drops every 2 hours (chronic conditions), or
3 to 5 drops every hour (terminal conditions), or
as directed by your doctor.


(Note: 15 drops is equivalent to 1/2 dropperful)


The best times to ingest these formulas each day (acute conditions only): (1) Upon awakening, (2) around noon, (3) late afternoon or before the evening meal, and (4) before bedtime.



 All of our herbal formulas are consistently manufactured under strict laboratory supervision, using only the freshest and finest ingredients possible. All alcohol employed during the manufacture of the 70 Professional Herbal Formulas has been removed by the laboratory, and natural vegetable glycerin has been added as a preservative. Each of the 1-ounce bottles of the herbal formulas will provide an approximate 12-day supply, while the 2-ounce bottles will usually last 24 days when using the recommended dosage for acute conditions.