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Dr Sebi Viento Ingredients

Eryngium heterophyll

Viento – Product description

An energiser, cleanser, and revitaliser. Brings oxygen-rich iron to the brain, central nervous system and the lymphatic system. Addresses the kidneys and respiratory system. Combats the craving for addictive substances. This nutritional compound contains a high concentration of iron (an inflammation fighter and oxygen – a cell proliferator). It is very effective in reversing extreme conditions.

Main Ingredients (Previous)

  • Sapo (Eryngium heterophyllum)
  • Contribo (Aristolochia spp.)
  • Chaparral (Larrea tridentata)
  • Valerian (Valerian officinalis)
  • Sea moss (Chondrus crispus) (sometimes Bladderwrack is used)
  • Hombre Grande (Quassia amara) (used in some formula)

Dosage: 4 capsules daily

Main Ingredients (Current)
Chaparral (Larrea tridentata)
Bladderwrack Fucus vesiculosis
Valeriana (Valerian officinalis)
Hierba del Sapo (Eryngium heterophyllum)
Hombre Grande (Quassia amara)

The most noticeable changes are that Contribo is no longer listed as an ingredient and the order of the listing.

What these herbs do

Sapo/Saponaire (Hierba del Sapo) – is used for cough, urinary infections and to lower cholesterol levels (Estrada and Morales, 2002). The roots are edible and sweetened, eaten as confectionery or eaten toasted or roasted (Mabberley, 2008). The juice of the root in the form of extract or by decoction is taken as an aphrodisiac, by its diuretic action or to induce contractions of the uterus. The herb is combined with other medicinal plants for the treatment of gonorrhea (Martínez, 1989). It is also taken as tea to dissolve stones in the kidneys and gallbladder, for the treatment of cancer, to lower cholesterol and triglyceride levels. Additionally, tea is taken to treat angina pectoris and to prevent arteriosclerosis (Argueta, 2014, Jiménez, 2012, Mendoza-Castelán and Lugo-Pérez, 2011, Berdonces, 2009).

Contribo – is used for energy or fighting fatigue, increasing appetite and circulation and improving the health of the immune system. It is used to address flus, colds, constipation, indigestion, depression, stomach aches, parasites, delayed menstruation, non-insulin dependent diabetes, to address liver problems, malaria, flus, colds, constipation, fevers, stomach aches, gastritis and parasites.

Chaparral – is used for rheumatism, arthritis, skin disorders, bursitis, lumbago, healing of external wounds, delayed menses, indigestion, kidney disorders, piles, tetanus and itching. Early American agent for sexually transmitted diseases, skin malignancy and skin cancer. Chronic chest complaints, gangrene, to strengthen eyes weakened from diabetes, cataract and to counteract metal poisoning.

Valerian – medicinal action and uses include anodyne, nervine, antispasmodic, nervous debility and irritation; and hysteria. It allays pain and promotes sleep. It is a strong nervine, without narcotic effects, and is used in various herbal nervine and anti-spasmodic compounds; is also useful in epilepsy, convulsions, etc. Valerian influences the circulation, slowing the heart and increasing its force, and has been used in cardiac palpitation. It is also used for epilepsy.

Sea Moss/Irish Moss – mucilage 55-90 percent carrageen (pectin), an abundance of sulphur in the form of sulphates of sodium, potassium, calcium and magnesium. Also phosphates, chlorides, iodides and bromides. Medicinal Properties and action include demulcent, pectoral, tonic and nutritive. Excellent in chronic pulmonary troubles, catarrh, digestive disturbances, dysentery, advanced tuberculosis. It is mentioned as being excellent in kidney and bladder affections. Overall excellent source of minerals.

Hombre Grande – therapeutic properties is that it is a tonic, stomachache, antiseptic, febrifuge, parasiticide, vermicide, germicide, antispasmodic, hepatic, digestant, slightly narcotic, having only a small amount of tannic acid, may be mixed with iron preparations to increase the hemoglobin and generate new blood, etc.

How to make viento

We do not know the exact herbal combinations that is used to make the Viento, however, you may still make your own version of ‘Viento’.

Ingredients are generally listed in order of predominance, with the ingredients used in the greatest amount first, followed in descending order by those in smaller amounts. There have been changes in the order listed and Contribo is no longer listed as an ingredient. With this in mind below are two suggested methods – you may try these or make your own variations.

Viento example 1: ingredients – 2 parts Chaparral, 1 part Bladderwrack, 1 part Valeriana, 1 part Hierba del Sapo, 1/2 part Hombre Grande.

Viento example 2: ingredients – 1 part each grounded herb Sapo, Chaparral, Valerian, Sea moss, 1/2 part Contribo.

Instructions: Combine herbs and fill size ’00’ capsules.


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