Ingredients Traditionally Used to Strengthen/Alleviate



Borage Leaves (Borago officinalis)
(Capsicum frutescens)
Chinese Ginseng Root
(Panax schinseng)
Hawthorne Berries
(Crataegus oxycantha)
Holy Thistle
(Cnicus benedictus)
(Equisetum arvense)
Juniper Berries
(Juniperus communis)
Kelp (Fucus vesiculosis)
Mugwort (Artemesia vulgaris)
Parsley Leaves (Petroselinum sativum)
Rose Hips (Rosa canina)
Sage Leaves (Salvia officinalis)
Saint John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum)
Slippery Elm Bark (Ulmus fulva)


Blue Flag Root
(Iris versicolor)
Comfrey Root
(Symphytum officinale)
Dandelion Root
(Taraxacum officinale)
Echinacea Root
(Echinacea angustifolia)
Ginger Root
(Zingiber officinale)
Greater Celandine (Chelidonium majus)
Licorice Root (Glycyrrhiza glabra)
Mullein Leaves (Verbascum thapsis)
Plantain Leaves (Plantago major)
Wood Betony (Stachys betonica)



(Aorta Problems) Ignoring the fact that the purpose of one's existence or life is learning.
(Arteries) Represent carrying the joy of life.
(Arterial Problems) Attitude that responsibility is a burden.
(Blood Pressure Problems) Need to live up to one's own standards or expectations of what and who one can imagine becoming.
(Blood Pressure, high) Longstanding emotional problem not resolved; expectations that are not being lived up to, whether these are one's own or the expectations of others; being responsible for others.
(Blood Pressure, low) Lack of love as a child; defeatism or "what's the use? It won't work anyway"; expectations of the Self that one continually denies or refuses to admit; listlessness or depression.
(Circulation) Represents the ability to feel and express one's emotions in positive ways.
(Circulation Problems, arterial/vascular systems) Difficulty in understanding responsibility.
(Coronary Thrombosis) Feeling alone and scared; "I'm not good enough, I don't do enough, I'll never make it".
(Heart) Represents the center of love and security.
(Heart Attack or Myocardial Infarction) Squeezing all the joy out of the heart in favor of money or position, etc.; stubbornness in one's refusal to admit that circumstances and conditions do not match within the thoughts and situation; misunderstanding of responsibility as a burden; fearing or misusing responsibility;
(Heart Problems) Longstanding emotional problems; lack of joy; hardening of the heart; belief in strain and stress; misunderstanding or misuse of responsibility; trying to compete with others in life when they have desires that are different from one's own; pretending to be content in an area even though one is actually discontent, due to not being where one aspires to be or where one thinks they should be.
(Stroke or Cerebrovascular Accident) Giving up; resistance; "rather die than change"; rejection of life; refusal to face the experiences and conditions within one's life; avoiding conditions, circumstances, or learning in one's life, that causes a closing off of any incoming messages from the brain, thereby producing the experience of using and processing the information that has already been received.
(Vascular System Disorders) Misunderstanding of responsibility.
(Veins) Represent the need to be willing to receive stimulus; the ability of the Self to respond, particularly concerning the receptive quality.

(Aorta Problems) My greatest responsibility is to my Self, and that responsibility involves continuous learning and growth each day.
(Arteries) I am filled with joy. It flows through me with every beat of my heart.
(Arterial Problems) I recognize that burdens and responsibilities are not synonymous. My ability to respond to my desires is what creates freedom of motion for me.
(Blood Pressure Problems) It is not my responsibility to live for others. I am capable of fulfilling my own life.
(Blood Pressure, high) I joyously release the past. I am at peace. I have the right and duty to have high expectations of my Self. I communicate these to others, and listen to their ideas and suggestions.
(Blood Pressure, low) I now choose to live in the ever-joyous present. My life is a joy. I no longer deny the desires of my Self. I take action on my wants and needs. I admit who I am, and I am capable of much more than I have heretofore allowed my Self.
(Circulation) I am free to circulate love and joy in every part of my world. I love life.
(Circulation Problems, arterial/vascular systems) The ability to respond and create my desires is freedom to fulfill my desires. I do not confuse this with a burden, which is the refusal to imagine and act upon what I want in my life.
(Coronary Thrombosis) I am one with all of life. The Universe totally supports me. All is well.
(Heart) My heart beats to the rhythm of love.
(Heart Attack or Myocardial Infarction) I bring joy back to the center of my heart. I express love to all. I set goals and specific directions for my Self to move forward.
(Heart Problems) I lovingly allow joy to flow through my mind and body and experiences. I display myself in a manner that is honest to my Self. I decide what I want, even if that is different from what everyone wants. I live my life, not somebody else's life.
(Stroke or Cerebrovascular Accident) Life is change, and I adapt easily to the new. I aceept life --- past, present and the future. I examine what has been fulfilling and productive in my life. I do what I have always desired to do. I practice being who I really want to be.
(Vascular System Disorders) Responsibility is freedom. The freedom to respond. The freedom to create.
(Veins) I practice graciously receiving compliments and gifts from others. I direct my full attention to receiving impressions through my senses. I learn to be receptive to opportunities in my environment.


Base ingredients consist of natural herbal botanicals that assist in strengthening the heart, as well as alleviating various cardiovascular disorders, including arrythmia, coronary thrombosis, endocarditis, high blood pressure, myocarditis, palpitations, pericarditis, and stroke or cerebrovascular accident.

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. 32) will be forthcoming.



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.