(based on The Complete Book of Natural and Medicinal Cures, from Prevention Magazine)

The nervous and immune systems are closely connected. The brain had the job of transmitting information back and forth from the immune system. Strengthening the nervous system protects the immune system.

Stress Formula: Vitamin C, B1, B2, B6, B12, Folic Acid, Schizandra, Choline Bitartrate, PABA, Wheat Germ, Bee Pollen, Valerian Root, Scullcap, Inositol, Hops, Citrus, and Bioflavonoids.

Note: Shattered nerves are in need of the B-complex vitamins and an herbal calcium formula. Vitamin C with bioflavonoids are essential for the healing of the nerve sheath, which surrounds the raw nerves.


1. Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) A. Antioxidant that prevents disease (helps protect the body's cells from oxidation, a chemical reaction that creates highly reactive substances; such as "free radicals" that can attack and damage cells).
B. Protective effect on Cancers.
C. Sources: fruits and vegtables.

2. Vitamin B6 (pyroxidine)
A. Keeps the nervous system healthy.
B. daily allowance is 1.6 milligrams (female) and 2 milligrams (male).
C. Sources: meats, nuts, poultry, fish, and bananas.

3. Vitamin B12 (cobalamin)
A. Reverses neurological symptoms, such as tingling hand and feet, memory loss, unsteady gait, and mucle weakness.
B. Sources: liver, beef, oysters, tuna, and dairy products.

4. Bioflavonoids
A. May help to improve immune system, fight Cancer, and strengthen blood vessels.
B. There are 800 known bioflavonoids, including but not limited to, quercetin, hesperidin, and rutin.
C. Sources: They are crystals found in fruits and vegtables.

5. Boron
A. May help improve reflexes and mental alertness.
B. Sources: apples, pears, grapes, prunes, raisins, peanuts, legumes, and leafy vegtables.

6. Vitamin E
A. Antioxidant.
B. Fights disease.
C. Protects immune system.
D. Sources: soybeans, wheatgrem, cereals, eggs, hazlenuts, and sunflower seeds.

7. Folic Acid
A. Prevents certains Cancers.
B. Lowers risk of cardiovascular disease.
C. Helps cells divide and multiply (produces DNA).
D. Helps tissue growth.
E. Sources: spinanch. liver, oranges, eggs, milk, and broccoli.

8. Biotin
A. Helps keeps hair and skin healthy.
B. Sources: walnuts, eggs, molasses, bran, and oats.

9. Niacin
A. Reduces cholesterol.
B. Lowers triglycerides.
C. Helps to prevent Cancer.
D. Cured "Pellagra" in the 1900s; including dementia (a progressive mental decline).
E. Sources: Grains, lean meats, milk, and eggs.

10. Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)
A. Improves memory.
B. Combats certain Cancers.
C. Prevents cataracts.
D. Sources: Green leafy vegetables, milk, eggs, and meat.
Note: Riboflavin helps change Vitamin B6 and Folic Acid into forms the body can use.