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What are Herbal Supplements?
Humans have been using plants to support wellness for ages, and still do to this very day.** While our ancestors may have only been familiar with the herbs found growing near their homes, today we live in a world where the knowledge of traditional (and new-found!) herbs is readily available. Thanks to this supply of knowledge, many are taking a natural approach to support their healthy lifestyle goals by using herbal supplements containing plants found around the world.
At Piping Rock, we’re proud to offer you our growing selection of top-quality herbal supplements, featuring traditional and even rare herbs that can finally be yours without breaking the bank. Our herbal supplements are derived from all-natural herbal sources, such as roots, leaves, and flowers, and are available in an array of forms and formulas.
Because each person’s lifestyle goals and bodies are unique, herbal supplements can be found in several different forms, and even in combination herbal formulas designed to target a specific health need. The most popular forms of herbal supplements are:
Whole Herbs – These supplements contain the beneficial part(s) of herbs that have been ground into a fine powder and capsuled for easy delivery.
Standardized Herbs – These supplements supply all the benefits of herbs without the naturally occurring plant fiber. These supplements contain a “standardized” amount of herbs, which allows us to guarantee the potency in each bottle.
Liquid Extracts – Perhaps the easiest form to take herbal supplements, these are concentrated forms of herbs that contain no plant fiber. Because they are in liquid form, they can be taken quickly and easily, and can even be added to shakes and smoothies.
Whether you’re seeking herbs as powders, capsules, or liquids, benefit from Mother Nature’s finest way to support wellness with each Piping Rock Herbal Supplement!
Directions for Use
While no set amount of herbal supplements is required per day, most will have suggested directions on the label. See individual products for this information. Always consult with your trusted health care professional prior to adding a new herbal supplement to your daily regimen.