Scientific name: Fucus versiculosus: Kelp is the best recognized food sources for iodine. It is also rich in Sulphur, calcium, and silicon. Kelp has nearly 30 minerals. It also holds the subsequent minerals - copper, iron, chlorine, magnesium, zinc, phosphorus, sodium potassium, and manganese.
Habitat: Best found in stores as this is a sea weed that grows in the ocean.
PARTS USED: The whole plant
It cleans the arteries, asthma, colitis, skin complexion, constipation, and other bowel difficulties.
Kelp Aids in poor digestion, Diabetes, adrenal function, nail and skin problems, flatulence, gallbladder dysfunction, goiter, high blood pressure, headaches, kidney problems, nervous disorders, morning sickness, neuritis, pancreas disorders, obesity, pituitary gland stimulation, thyroid problems, prostate strength, uterine problems, sluggishness, water retention, lethargy, wrinkles and weight loss.
Scientific name: Piper methysticum
Common Names: Kawa; Kava; Awa; Lawena; Waka; Sakau; Yaqona
Habitat: Kava kava is found in the South Pacific tropical isle and has a height of 8 to 20 feet.
Parts Used: The medicinal parts of Kava kava are the dried, peeled, cut rhizome, has usually been untied from the fresh rhizome and with the roots.