Out of curiosity, could you list or provide a link to the 13 herbs? Sounds to me like they work wonderfully and it would be good information to have on hand.
I recommend colloidal silver, the oleander extract I write about, plus the three anti-oxidants which were used in the limited Berkson Study, where three women who were facing transplants, harsh chemo with little chance of success and/or likely death were all successfully treated with healthy changes in diet and lifestyle along with alpha-lipoic acid, milk thistle (silymarin) and selenium.
I can understand that oleander might not be everyone's cup of tea - it is extremely toxic in raw form afterall. No one should have a problem with using properly made colloidal silver though. That includes the silver you can make at home (but use ONLY distilled water and no salt!).
The colloidal silver that I am used to working with (made by a CureZone sponsor) is several hundreds of times more efficient than the made at home versions (and most commercial versions). I cannot reveal the technology, but I have seen it and seen the lab tested comparisons.