Ashwaganda is a nervine that has been used to help reduce anxiety and depression. Ashwaganda helps support the body during times of exhaustion and burn out, reducing stress and increasing energy. It has been used to assist with symptoms associated with arthritis and stress related to sexual dysfunction.

*warnings* use cautiously during pregnancy. contraindicated in those with sensitivity to the nightshade family avoid when taking SSRI's


Calendula is commonly used topically to speed tissue healing after injuries, burns, and bruises. It is used as a remedy for dry skin, eczema and hemorrhoids and can ease pain in minor injuries when applied topically. It is a good remedy for gastrointestinal inflammation and is almost specific for Crohn's disease, colitis and gastritis. 


Chamomile is a mild sedative and good for gastric anti-inflammatory. It calms the nerves, settle the stomach and expels gas. It is a nervine agent especially of children helping with colic, hyperactivity, teething, fussiness, fever and irritability. 


Cilantro has been used to assist the body with detoxification and to reduce heavy metals in the body. 


Is a warming stimulant. Useful as a digestive and circulatory stimulant. Cinnamon is a strong antimicrobial and is helpful for certain types of dysbiosis. Research has shown it increases the capability of beta cells in the pancreas to produce insulin, reducing blood glucose levels in diabetics. 

*warnings* not for use during pregnancy


Dandelion has been used to treat inflammation. Studies have shown it may aid in blood sugar control and reduce cholesterol. Dandelion has been used to support the liver and act as a detox. Dandelion has traditionally been used as a digestive tonic. Dandelion may help aid weight loss.

Devils Claw:

Devils claw has been commonly used to help alleviate pain associated with inflammation and arthritis. It has been said to help with lower back pain and increase mobility in joints.

*warnings* contraindicated in gastric and duodenal ulcers


Echinacea is commonly used as an immune stimulant and to help fight viral infections. Echinacea aids the process of antibody formation and stimulates the production of white blood cells.

*warnings* use with cautiously if you have an autoimmune disorder


Berries are nutritious, rich in flavonoids and high in vitamin C, vitamin A, bioflavonoids, iron and potassium. Packed with antioxidants to help boost your immune system. Help prevent cold and flu.

Feverfew: Used for migraine headaches and inflammation in the small intestines and is a good fever remedy.

*warnings* not for use during pregnancy 


Ginkgo has been commonly used to improve blood flow to the brain an acts as an antioxidant to protect brain cells from damage. It has been used to enhance both memory and brain function. 

*warnings* use with cation when taking blood thinners. Safety during pregnancy has not been determined 



Ginger is used to relieve nausea, vommitting and motion sickness. It stimulates digestive secretions when taken with or after meals. Research indicates ginger root enhances immune function and is helpful for treating influenza, the common cold and both material and viral gastroenteritis. 

*warnings* not for use during pregnancy 

Holy Basil:

Holy Basil is traditionally used to help stabilize blood sugar levels, reduce cholesterol, lower blood pressure and protect the heart from stress. Holy Basil is known to help with concentration and memory while also helping increase peoples overall sense of happiness and wellbeing. It is also known to be a radio-protective.


Lavender relaxing nervine helping to ease tension and anxiety. It lifts mood and acts as a mild anti-depressant. It has been shown to be helpful to ease headaches and migraines when taken soon after onset. 

Lemon Balm: 

Lemon Balm has been known to be useful for colds, digestive upset and the flu. It is helpful with nervousness. It has been shown to help reduce onset of cold soars.

Lung Support Blend:

Lung Support is a unique formulation developed to support the respiratory system during times of stress including, cough, smoke inhalation, signs and symptoms of asthma, inflammation in the airways and influenza. Additionally, lung support acts as an antibacterial, assists in fever reduction and helps reduce inflammation.

Ingredients: Wildcrafted mullein, organic mullein flowers, organic garlic, organic feverfew, organic local honey, organic alcohol.

Mullein: Leaves have soothing, hydrating effects on the lungs and contain saponins that loosens and stimulates mucus flow to clear and open the lungs and sinuses. Mullein is commonly used for chronic lung problems such as asthma and COPD but is also helpful with cold and coughs especially dry respiratory conditions.

Mullein flowers: are helpful for agitation, irritability and anxiety.

Garlic: is a strong aromatic that acts as an expectorant to expel phlegm from the lungs.

*warnings* not for feeble, emaciated, or wasting conditions. Gastric irritation is possible; take with or after meals to lessen this effect 


Passionflower has been known for its relaxing properties to reduce stress and tension. It has been used to help with sleep, and quieting mental chatter. It has been used for restless agitation and exhaustion. 

Reishi Mushroom: 

Reishi has been shown to have immune enhancing effects as well as a general health tonic. Reishi is used for the following, Antibacterial, Anti-Candida, Anti-Inflammatory, Antioxidant, Antitumor, Antiviral, Helps lower blood pressure, Works as a blood sugar moderator, Supports the cardiovascular system, Helps lower cholesterol, Immune Enhancer, Kidney/Liver Tonic, Supports the respiratory system, Nerve Tonic and… works as a STRESS REDUCER Reishi's Properties include: Adaptogen, alternative (blood purifier), anti-allergenic, immune amphoteric and nutritive. 

*warnings* it may be contraindicated with fluid deficiency and dryness


Skullcap is a nervous system tonic and is best known for its anti-anxiety relieving properties. If taken for long period of times, skullcap can decrease chronic stress. Skullcap has been shown to help reduce pain and reduce toxins in the body and blood.

St. John Wort:

St. John Wort is commonly used for depression, anxiety, menopausal symptoms, wound healing when applied topically, smoking cessation.

*warnings* the fresh plant is phytotoxic. It contains a chemical that changes to a toxin in the body after exposure to sunlight. This does not appear to be a problem when taking St. Johns Wort internally. Avoid when taking SSRI antidepressants

Stinging Nettle:

Nettles have commonly been used as a nursing herbal food. Nettles are rich in protein, magnesium, calcium and is rich in iron. Nettles have anti-inflammatory and anti-allergenic properties.


anti-inflammatory, increase antioxidant capacity, may lower risk of heart disease, may help prevent cancer, may be useful in treating Alzheimer’s disease, benefits against depression.

*warnings* overuse in constitutionally hot/dry individuals can cause nervous agitation

Thieves Blend Spray:

Common uses: Thieves spray contains several oils that have antibacterial properties and is perfect to use as an air freshener, freshen up stinky shoes, or gym bags, your linen, doorknobs, spray in your car or bathroom and many other uses of your choice.

White Willow Bark: 

White Willow Bark is used for pain, fevers and inflammation. Its active compound, salicin is the original source of synthetic derivative aspirin. 

*warnings* not recommended with ulcers or weak digestive system. Also not recommended during pregnancy. 

Woman’s Balance:

Red Clover: Red clover is helpful for bone health, menopausal symptoms, skin and hair, heart health. Redclover contains phytoestrogens, which mimic estrogen. 

*warnings* due to its phytoestrogen content, some herbalists recommend avoiding red clover during pregnancy. 

Oat Straw: Oat straw cooling nervine, anti-depressant, sooths the nervous system especially in times of stress, nervous exhaustion and depression.


USDA Certified Organic Herbs

All of Divine Sources herbs are purchased through Mountain Rose Herbs which is a supplier of USDA certified organic herbs. 


USDA Certified Organic Alcohol

All of the alcohol used in the making her herbal tinctures is organic and is purchased though Organic Alcohol Co.