Ingredients Traditionally Used to Alleviate



Agrimony (Agrimonia eupatoria)
Bee Pollen
Bistort Root
(Polygonum bistorta)
(Capsicum frutescens)
Chamomile Flowers
(Matricaria chamomilla)
Comfrey Leaves
(Symphytum officinale)
Comfrey Root
(Symphytum officinale)
Dandelion Root (Taraxacum officinale)
Mullein Leaves (Verbascum thapsis)
Red Clover Blossoms (Trifolium pratense)
Saw Palmetto Berries (Serenoa serrulata)
Shepard's Purse (Capsella bursa pastoris)
White Oak Bark (Quercus alba)
White Willow Bark (Salix alba)


Burdock Root
(Arctium lappa)
(Stellaria media)
Chinese Ginseng Root
(Panax schinseng)
Damiana Leaves
(Turnera aphrodisiaca)
Fenugreek Seed
(Trigonella foenum graecum)
Garlic (Allium sativum)
Golden Seal Root (Hydrastis canadensis)
Juniper Berries (Juniperus communis)
Mexican Sarsaparilla Root (Smilax officinalis)
Slippery Elm Bark (Ulmus fulva)



(Aches) Longing for love; longing to be held.
(Hernia) Ruptured relationships; strain or force; burdens; incorrect creative expression; restriction of one's creativity and mental desires of the Self; need to use wise judgement.
(Hiatal Hernia) Holding on to the past; having one's attention in the past, particularly on past mistakes; information received is not being processed in one's thinking faculties, but is related only according to past ideas.
(Injuries) Anger at the Self; feeling guilty; scattering of attention.
(Muscles) Represent our ability to move in life.
(Muscle Problems) Resistance to new experiences; straining or forcing, due to holding on to unproductive thoughts; retarding of one's actions on mental creations; refusal to be honest with the Self regarding one's strength or capability to cause motion and change.
(Pain) Guilt, which always seeks punishment; denial of one's need to give atten-tion.
(Swelling) Being stuck in thinking; clogged, painful ideas; holding on to ideas that are unproductive.


(Aches) I love and approve of myself. I am loving and lovable. I create a clear picture of my next goal. I initiate immediate and regular, day-by-day, step-by-step action on this goal.
(Hernia) My mind is gentle and harmonious. I love and approve of myself. I am free to be me. I know my own limitations, and each day I continue to expand beyond them so that I can move beyond the old, outworn concepts of my Self.
(Hiatal Hernia) I write down the major attributes of my mother and father, and of my brothers and sisters. I also write down the attributes of anyone else I modeled myself after. I examine my past to see if I was taught any limitations, negativity or worthlessness by any of these people. I begin to change the attitudes I have adopted by replacing these limited thoughts with more expansive ones. I now model myself after certain successful people that I know about.
(Injuries) I now release anger in positive ways. I love and appreciate myself. Any action that is worth doing is worthy of my attention.
(Muscles) I experience life as a joyous dance.
(Muscle Problems) I begin the practice of meditation, concentration, memory enhancement, dream interpretation, visualization, and healing as tools for better understanding my mind. I begin to create my imagined desires.
(Pain) I lovingly release the past. They are free and I am free. All is well in my heart now. I create a purpose for everything I do in order to experience the pleasure of that activity, instead of desiring to mentally ignore what I am doing.
(Swelling) My thoughts flow freely and easily. I move through ideas with ease. I determine what my benefit is for holding on to old ideas that do not work, and I replace them with something better.

Base ingredients consist of natural herbal botanicals that assist in alleviating various forms of hernia or rupture, including hiatal, inguinal, irreducible, reducible or strangulated.

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. 34) 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.