GARLIC
Source: 
Bulb.
Content: 
Allicin, allyl disulfides, calcium, copper, essential oils, germanium, iron, magnesium, manganese, phytoncides, potassium, phosphorus, selenium, sulfur, unsaturated aldehydes, zinc, vitamins A, B1, B2 and C. High fiber.
Uses: 
Detoxification, infection protection, immune enhancement. Lowers blood pressure, improves circulation, lowers blood lipid levels. Recommended for: arteriosclerosis, arthritis, asthma, cancer, circulatory problems, colds, flu, digestive problems, heart disorders, insomnia, liver disease, sinusitis, ulcers, yeast infections.

GENTIAN
(BITTER ROOT)
Source: 
Leaves, roots.
Content: 
Gentiamarin, gentiin, gentisin, mesogentiogenin, protogentiogenin, sugar, xanthone pigment.
Uses: 
Helpful for: digestion, circulation, gastric secretions, pancreatitis, and parasitic infection. Kills plasmodia (malaria causing organisms) and worms, and stimulates appetite.

GERMANIUM
Benefits:
Improves cellular oxygenation, keep the immune system functioning properly, and rid the body of toxins and poisons, improved many illnesses, including rheumatoid arthritis, food allergies, elevated cholesterol, candidiasis, chronic viral infections, cancer, and AIDS.
Sources:
Garlic, shiitake mushrooms, onions, and the herbs aloe Vera, comfrey, ginseng, and suma.
Recommended Daily Allowance:
US - none, EU –none

GINGER
Source: 
Rhizomes, roots.
Content: 
Acrid resin, bisabolene, boreal, borneol, camphene choline, cineole, citral, essential oils, folic acid, ginerol, inositol, manganese, pantothenic acid, para-aminobenzoic acid, phellandrene, sequiterpene, silicon, zingerone, zingiberene, vitamin B3.
Uses: 
Antioxidant, antimicrobial effect on sores and wounds. Colon cleanser, reduces spasms and cramps, stimulates circulation. Recommended for: bowel disorders, circulatory problems, fever, hot flashes, indigestion, morning sickness, motion sickness, nausea, and vomiting.

GINKGO
Source: 
Leaves.
Content: 
Ginkgolides, heterosides.
Uses: 
Recommended for: asthma, eczema, heart and kidney disorders, depression, headaches, memory loss, and tinnitis (ringing in the ears). Increases cerebral and peripheral blood flow, circulation, and oxygenation thus improving brain functioning and relieving leg cramps.

GINSENG
(Siberian, American, Korean,  Chinese)
Source: 
Roots.
Content: 
Arabinose, calcium, camphor, eleutherosides, gineosides, iron, mucilage, panaxosides, resin, saponin, starch, vitamins A, B1, B12 and E.
Uses: 
Recommended for: adrenal and reproductive glands, immune function, lungs, appetite stimulation, bronchitis, circulation, diabetes, infertility, lack of energy, stress, cocaine withdrawal, protection against the effects of radiation exposure, overall body strengthening. Not suggested for people with hypoglycemia, high blood pressure, or heart disorders.

GOLDENSEAL
Source: 
Rhizomes, roots.
Content: 
Albumin, B-complex vitamins, berberine, biotin, calcium, candine, chlorine, choline, chologenic acid, essential oils, fats, hydrastine, inositol, iron, lignin, manganese, para-aminobenzoic acid, phosphorus, potassium, resin, starch, sugar, vitamins A, C, and E
Uses: 
Antibiotic, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial. Tonic for: colon, liver, pancreas, spleen, lymphatic and respiratory systems, digestion. Recommended for disorders affecting the bladder, prostate, stomach, or vagina. Cleanses mucous membranes, and regulates menses. Decreases infection, uterine bleeding, inflammation, ulcers, and any infectious disease, lowers blood pressure, stimulates central nervous system. Good for colds, flu, or sore throat. Cleanses the body, increases the effectiveness of insulin, strengthens the immune system. Not to be used during pregnancy.

GOTU KOLA
Source: 
Nuts, roots, seeds.
Content: 
Catechol, epicatechol, magnesium, theobromine, vitamin K.
Uses: 
Suggested for: cardiovascular and circulatory disorders, heart and liver function, fatigue, connective tissue disorders, kidney stones, poor appetite, sleep disorders. Eliminates excess fluids, decreases fatigue and depression, increases sex drive, shrinks tissues, stimulates the central nervous system. May neutralize blood acids and lower body temperature.

GRAVEL ROOT
(joe-pye weed, queen-of-the-meadow)
Source: 
Flowers, roots.
Content: 
Euparin, eupurpurin.
Uses: 
Diuretic. Helpful for: urinary tract, prostate disorders and problems related to fluid retention.

GREEN TEA
Source: 
Leaves.
Content: 
Bioflavonoids, caffeine, catechins, epigallocatechin, flavonoids, fluoride, garlic acid, polyphenols, tannins, theophylline, vitamin C.
Uses: 

Reduces risk of esophageal, stomach, colon, and skin cancer, delays the onset of arteriosclerosis, offsets mental fatigue. Use sparingly during pregnancy or while nursing.