In the modern world, with our hectic schedules and busy lifestyle, there are times when we feel tense and stressed. As we race to meet the demands of our complicated lives, sometimes we neglect the basic essentials of good health including exercise, pure water, and nutritious food.
The herbs found in Composure offer a time-tested source of nutrition that fits easily into our busy lifestyle. Composure allows you to incorporate the benefits of herbs into your daily life, in a combination of eight herbal extracts that magnify each herb's nutritional effect. These herbal extracts include shavegrass, marsh mallow root, slippery elm bark, oat straw, Irish moss, alfalfa, passion flower, and yucca.
FEATURES THAT MAKE COMPOSURE UNIQUE
COMPOSURE is an herbal-food combination that is 100% natural.
COMPOSURE contains eight of the herbs found in Herbal Fiberblend. This gives the flexibility of customizing your Herbal Fiberblend, or taking it by itself for more COMPOSURE in your life.
COMPOSURE contains the following beneficial herbs:
Shavegrass (Equisetum arvense) - Known as horsetail, it is found wild in damp, watery regions. The cane-like young shoots have been prepared like asparagus and have served as food in Europe during times of famine. It has also been used as a tea or juiced.
Marsh Mallow Root (Althea Officinalis L.) - Not to be confused with the sugary confection that contains no trace of the herb, the marsh mallow plant has been esteemed as a vegetable with soothing properties since emperor Charlemagne's time (742-814 AD). It is of the Althea family, a name derived from the Greek "to heal".
Slippery Elm Bark (Ulmus rubra) - This native North American tree was used extensively by Indians as a soothing and softening ointment. Herbalists found that teas made from slippery elm bark were nutritious and helpful to children and invalids.
Oatstraw (Avena sativa L.) - An annual grass that has been cultivated to feed man and beast for thousands of years, oatsstraw is often used to calm nervous horses.
Irish Moss (Chondris crispus) - During the great potato famine of the 19th Century, many Irish families avoided starvation by eating this reddish-purple seaweed. When it is dried and boiled, Irish Moss makes a jelly that can be used for soups, stews and puddings. Because of its high mucilage content, it is also used commercially as a stabilizing agent, emollient and thickener.
Alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.) - Arabs gave the legume its name al-fasfasah , meaning "the best food," over 2,000 years ago. Alfalfa is a good source of nutrition, particularly in the vitamins C, D, E and K.
Passion Flower (Passiflora incarnata L.) - This exotic vine is grown in all parts of the world for its delicious fruit, which makes a pleasing summer drink. The plant and its beautiful flowers have been traditionally used by herbalists as a calmative.
Yucca (Yucca spp.) - The yucca is an ornamental plant found in the desert areas of the Southwest. Its roots have been used as a food and herbal medicine by Indians of Mexico and Arizona.
BENEFITS COMPOSURE WILL DELIVER TO YOU
The natural herbs found in COMPOSURE have been used by herbalists for their calming properties.
COMPOSURE contains a unique blend of herbs that are an all-food source of nutrition.
COMPOSURE is 100% natural. There are no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives.
In COMPOSURE there are no added sugars, salts, yeasts or fillers.
DIRECTIONS FOR USING COMPOSURE
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