I think it would be okay to try if you're not intolerant of any of those ingredients.
I'd start out slowly on a weekend or some day that you aren't under a lot of pressure, and see how it effects your system.
That way you can see if its for you or not.
Everyone is different... we all have sensitivities and there's no way of knowing how much of each botanical is in the potion.
I eat almost those things... granted not everyday!... stir wilted in a bit of olive /coconut oil in either a soup or smoothie that I make in my blender.
It looks like a mix of anti-inflammatories/antioxidants (turmeric, blue berries, cayenne which is also for blunting pain, nettle leaf), an adaptogen with stimulating properties (schizandra), sources of sulfur and antioxidants(broccoli, daikon..that's a white asian radish, its really good on a sandwich... usually served grated with sashimi), a source of vitamin C (the berry camu-camu), a natural diuretic (dandelion which is also a source of iron), and beet root ( for lowering blood pressure).
I don't know how much of what is in there, if there would be enough of each ingredient to make a difference. I definitely think there wouldn't be enough beet root (a fancy word for ordinary beets) to lower your blood pressure.
Just as an aside... you can sometimes find burdock root in the Asian markets... its about 3 feet long and looks like a brown hairy carrot. Its supposed to be a blood tonic and a mild diuretic. I like it fried in bacon grease with a dash of saki. LOL
The two I've not eaten are cleavers (that has some caffeine in it) and red root which I had to look up here cuz I had absolutely no idea WHAT that was! botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/r/redrot09.ht
The decision is completely up to you as to whether you want to take it.
Me... I'd rather eat that stuff fresh and in season!
Have a fun weekend.
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