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  • LEMON BALM COMPLEX - MELISSA COMPLEX

    Herbal mixture used for eczema, nettle rash, and other allergic skin reactions. Also taken for its blood purifying and anti-inflammatory abilities. Generally used to build up skin and to prevent rashes, pediatric eczema, impetigo, and pimples.
  • LIME TREE - TILIA SPP.

    Several species. Also known as Linn. Lime flowers of various kind have a general calming, soothing, and sudorific effect.
  • LIPOIC ACID - ALPHA-LIPOIC ACID - THIOCTIC ACID

    A co-enzyme and one of the strongest and most effective antioxidants. Is soluble in both water and fat. Co-operates with other antioxidants and potentiates them. Used for hepatitis, diabetes, HIV, nerve damage, and detoxification of the liver.
  • LIQUORICE ROOT - GLYCYRRHIZA GLABRA

    Generally fortifying herb. Has some anti-bacterial and anti-viral effect. Effective against stress, coughing, and bronchitis. Has a soothing effect on the mucous membranes, the respiratory passages, and intestinal disorders (e. g. gastritis and ulcers).
  • LUBRICATING CREAMS

    Many types are available. Can be used by both sexes as lubrication during intercourse and, for women, against vaginal dryness. Decreases the risk of pain and tearing, and can have other functions.
  • LUTEIN

    Belongs to the group of carotenoids just like beta-carotene. It can be found in corn, egg yolks, green vegetables, and caviar. It is an antioxidant that can be found in large amounts in the eye where it protects against sun damage.
  • LYCOPENE

    Red plant pigment belonging to the group of carotenoids. It is a biologically very active and effective anti-oxidant. It strengthens the immune function and is used against several cancer forms.
  • LYSINE

    An amino acid. Keywords: mouth ulcers, immune system, brittleness of the bones, stress, circulation.