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HOW CAN NATURE'S REMEDIES HELP US? By Tess Thompson

Both Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine, which lay emphasis on herbal remedies and natural treatments, originated in the East thousands of years ago. That is probably why there is more reliance on natural remedies in the East as compared to the West. The West's introduction to an organized therapy of herbal medicine began only in the 18th century with launching of homeopathy by Samuel Hahnemann.

Admittedly, health services and conventional medicine in developed countries are more efficient and easily accessible than in undeveloped nations. At the same time unplanned advancement, fast lifestyles and reckless use of conventional drugs has made people living in developed nations more vulnerable to disease.

Ask any medical practitioner and you will be surprised to know that despite unprecedented level of advancement in diagnostic and treatment procedures, medical science can boast of discovering a total cure for a very few number of diseases. Even common cold remains incurable to this day. The standard approach for a cold is that if you do not treat it will take seven days and if you do, then it will take a week to cure. A naturopath, on the other hand, will tell you that cinnamon oil and honey will provide relief from common cold and lime and honey in water on regular basis will help prevent its recurrence in future. Nature's remedies are more about the use of fruits, vegetables, herbs and roots that help in improving immunity rather than providing temporary relief from symptoms, which may resurface after some time.

Conventional therapy is likely to prescribe antacids for acidity and also warn you about taking them only when needed. A naturopath will advise that you keep away from hot and spicy foods, take meals on time, include fruits like apple, watermelon and banana in your diet and consume lots of water for as long as you can. This will permanently cure you of acidity rather than make you dependent on antacids.

And lest it give wrong impressions, natural remedies are not only about common cold and acidity. There are natural remedies for practically all ailments that you may come across. Paste of grounded dry orange peel is an effective treatment for acne. Two to three fresh garlic pods a day will effectively treat arthritis and rubbing mustard oil heated in garlic provides quick relief from backache and muscular and joint pain. Treating chronic constipation can be as easy as consuming psyllium husk seeds with a cup of hot milk or simple water.

Herbs have a minor caveat attached to them due to the toxicity that you may find in some undiluted forms but natural remedies are completely safe and without any side effects. Most of them do not carry any warnings. This is simple to understand because nature's remedies are totally based on use of foods and substances of daily use and avoidance of harmful foods and activities.

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ORGANIC HERBAL REMEDIES - AN OVERVIEW
By Tess Thompson


We have achieved technological advancement at a great price. We have harmed the environment and soil to such an extent that we now hear news of toxins even in natural products like vegetables. Incidents of toxic elements found in the soil leading to debilitating health hazards have made people more aware than ever before of the conditions under which food is grown. The organic movement has now reached a stage where there is an increasing abhorrence of anything produced or grown with the aid of chemicals. In line with the trend for organic products, organic herbal remedies too are getting the attention that they deserve.

Organic refers to the methods used for producing foods and other farm products without the use of chemicals, pesticides, radiation or any other artificial intervention. Organic farming focuses on farming techniques that allow for natural soil replenishment.

Herbal remedies, as is evident from the name, are natural remedies that are derived from plants for their medicinal properties of treatment and cure. Studies have now revealed that organic vegetables and plants contain minerals like calcium, magnesium and traces of iron, manganese and copper in much greater quantities than found in non-organic produce.

Going by the same theory, it is obvious that herbal plants grown without chemical fertilizers and pesticides would provide a better therapeutic value of their ingredients. Inorganically produced herbs can potentially reduce the curative properties of the active elements. The icing on the cake is that organic herbs like garlic and ginger root that you may normally be using in your kitchen, taste better.

Herbal remedies are nature's own gift and can be taken in different ways. They can be had as additives to your normal food (eg. garlic and ginger). The other way is to get fresh herbs and use them as teas after steeping them in boiling water. Some herbs must be decocted, a procedure of boiling them twice over for an hour to extract the required ingredients. Herbal supplements are mostly a combination of herbs that have been prepared according to specific instructions.

The obvious corollary is that organic herbal medicines are costlier. Considering the growing popularity of bottled water, it makes sense that organic herbal medicines and supplements be given priority over those that are commercially produced with excessive use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides, simply to get a better crop yield.

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WHAT ARE NATURAL REMEDIES - ARE THEY SAFE? By Tess Thompson

Any herb or natural substance that is used for its medicinal properties in its original form as provided by nature falls under the category of natural remediesnatural remedies provided it is prepared/processed/formulated by using only natural substances. Any treatment procedure that meets the above definition, such as acupressure and acupuncture, also falls under natural remedies.

Most of the Western healthcare systems are based on synthetically produced medicines, even though a fair number of them are derived from herbs with a long history of curative properties. Despite this, herbal remedies of Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine are termed as alternative medicine.

Going by the same definition, homeopathy too falls under the category of natural and alternative remedies. Homeopathy, although less than 200 hundred years old is similar to ancient Eastern therapies with regards to the choice of basic ingredients for the remedies. It also uses herbs, plants, minerals and metals to prepare remedies using a dilution and succession process that is devoid of any synthetic products.

Two aspects of natural remedies, including herbal supplements need to be mentioned here - safety and theory. Safety of any remedy depends upon the natural product used and the ability of the person prescribing or preparing it. This is extremely important because the use of herbs for medicinal purposes is not regulated by the FDA.

Some herbs that have potent curative properties can be extremely poisonous in their undiluted form. For example, there is a saying in homeopathy that "when in doubt: try Nux Vomica" and it is often prescribed as a first line of treatment for numerous ailments. However, Nux Vomica is derived from an Asiatic plant that contains potent toxins like strychnine and brucine and can be extremely poisonous in its original state. It is the typical process of dilution employed by homeopathy that gives it the potency of treating disease. Self treating in natural remedies is not advisable. Alternatively, you can look for a reputed manufacturer or specialist.

The theory of natural therapies differs in the contention of the allopathic theory that a single compound in a drug gives better results as the dosage can be quantified easily. According to the theory of natural remedies, the various biologically active compounds in herbs interact with each other to increase the therapeutic effect and dilute toxicity. It also denies that the synergy of compounds can be duplicated with synthetic chemicals. While pharmaceutical researchers accept this synergism they insist on clinical trials to check the efficacy of a particular herbal formulation provided it is consistent.

Natural remedies are very effective and supported by some rational and logically prepared systems of treatment. It is another matter that due to commercial reasons and vested interests that such clinical trial is not easy to conduct to prove their efficacy. It is a historical irony that natural therapies, still accredited as efficacious treatment in many cultures are treated as alternative therapies by developed nations.

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ARE HERBAL PRODUCTS SAFE? By Tess Thompson

With the popularity of herbal remedies on the rise, many lobbies in the West are beginning to look up and take notice of the trend. While there are various arguments that are presented (like lack of clinical trial data, dependence on individual experts, safety and others), the safety factor has always been the favorite whipping boy.

No doubt that some marketers have had to resort to selling their products on the basis of hyperboles like "money back guarantee", "limited availability" and "total cure". However, such tactics give herbal products a bad name.

Like all other medication, heedless use of herbal remedies or natural remedies can cause harm. Some of the herbs that have proven curative properties are extremely toxic in their original form. Homeopathy, for example, makes good use of poisonous herbs and even snake venom to prepare highly diluted remedies that give very good results in treating ailments that they are meant for. The process of dilution passes on the curative properties of herbs onto the diluting liquid. It also activates the liquid with its vital energy. It is logical to believe that if the extremely diluted state of a toxin can provide relief, its reckless use can prove to be detrimental to health.

So while herbal products that use natural ingredients are not likely to cause side effects and toxicity, there are a few aspects that you should keep in mind while choosing herbal products. Check the credentials of the manufacturer, the claims made on the label and consider your own individual needs before you reach out for an herbal product. The best way to be sure that you are not choosing a spurious product is to stay informed. If you are looking for an alternate treatment modality check all sources of information that you have before you jump into it.

Don't rush to get the latest herbal supplement in the market. Consider whether you actually need it. Be aware of the marketing hyperbole. Always remember that certain herbs can interact with the drug that you may already be taking. Prescription medicine and herbal medicines may interact with each other and lead to more harm than good. This drug interaction can prove to be extremely detrimental if you are not aware of the various effects that combinations can cause.

Some herbs are contraindicative in certain conditions like pregnancy or prevalence of another disease. Just because a product has been labeled as totally herbal does not mean that you can take it without proper information or consultation with a specialist. A conventionalist is more prone to highlight only the negative aspects and therefore it makes sense to consult someone who has a holistic approach to treatment.

The same is true when you go to an allopathic doctor. You should disclose all over the counter formulations that you may be taking currently or have used in the immediate past, along with the generic names of the ingredients. By not taking such precautions people bring disrepute to conventional drugs as well as herbal products. Herbal products including herbal supplements, homeopathic remedies and herbal medicines should be prepared according to the procedures specified in the different therapies. Manufacturers should always mention contraindications and interactions on the label.

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THE BENEFITS OF HERBAL REMEDIES By Tess Thompson

Considering the running around that we have to do to make a living it is natural that we are always pressed for time. The days when mothers made it a point that everyone had home cooked food and that too in peace seem to be a thing of the past. Apparently we never seem to have enough time to sit down and eat nor to pay attention to what we are eating.

Our body was never meant to consume chemicals and toxic substances. Despite advertisements to the contrary we do not know what actually goes in to increase shelf life of ready to eat snack bars that are touted as nutritional supplements. The less said about commercial foods, junk foods and fast foods the better it is. They all seem to focus on our taste buds with scant regard to their effect on our health.

The next threat comes from conventional medications. Despite vociferous warnings that certain drugs should not be taken without a proper prescription and that too only in recommended doses, there is an alarming tendency to self medicate. Conventional drugs are based on single compounds that bacteria can easily use to their own advantage. They can become resistant to it over time. New discoveries too, meet the same fate.

Herbal remedies, contrary to conventional drugs, comprise of complex compounds that are difficult for bacteria to metabolize and use for colonization. This secret of nature's remedies was used for the benefit of mankind by ancient and traditional therapies like Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Homeopathy is the latest entrant to this field of natural remedies that uses herbs, minerals and metals to prepare remedies using a typical process of dilution without using anything that does not occur naturally.

Herbal remedies make use of any or all components of a plant, tree or shrub including roots, flowers, bark, fruit and even branches. They come in different formulations meant for topical application and oral intake for medicinal purposes, as well as natural supplements.

Besides being non-toxic and devoid of side effects, herbal remedies treat the sickness as well as the root cause of the condition - an attribute missing in allopathic treatments. Along with these, herbs boost immunity and enhance the body's defenses and increase the ability to combat invasion of foreign pathogens.

Contrary to the general belief, herbs have antibiotic properties also. Goldenseal and garlic have natural antibiotic and anti viral properties. Licorice soothes throat, ginger prevents blood clots that are harbingers of heart diseases and herbal teas help soothe tension. Similarly there are herbs that can address respiratory, gastrointestinal, neurological and sexual problems as well. In many cases herbal remedies can even help in managing side effects of aggressive treatments like chemotherapy.

The only word of caution is that certain herbs are toxic to the level of being poisonous in their undiluted form and should be taken only in specific potencies. In this aspect, homeopathy is the safest as it has a perfect system of dilution in place.

References:

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HERBS USED IN HERBAL SUPPLEMENTS AND THEIR BENEFITS By Tess Thompson

Herbs render good support to the natural processes that take place in the body. Herbal supplements are usually not directed towards a particular disease but are used for preventing a disease, inhibiting the aging process, increasing immunity and providing internal strength.

One of the most effective herbal supplements, Triphala, is prepared by mixing amla (gooseberry), haritiki (Terminalia chebula) and bibhitaki (Terminalia bellerica). There is a folk saying in India which states, 'you need not worry if you do not have a mother as long as you have Triphala, as it takes care of the body just as a mother does'.

Traditional herbal therapies like Ayurveda prepared extensive encyclopedias that contained medicinal properties of various herbs. This was essentially done by observing nature. Observing the eating preferences of herbivorous animals played an important role in the discovery of various healing herbs. In the West, a major boost to the use of natural remedies was provided by homeopathy, when it was discovered that extreme dilution of herbs and natural substances could be used for effective treatment of various mental and physical disorders.

The list of herbs that form part of herbal remedies and herbal supplements is long and benefits that can be derived from them are even longer. Some of the more popular herbal ingredients that are used in supplements are listed below:

Aloe Vera stabilizes the digestive system, helps in skin disorders like blemishes and acne, works as an antioxidant to combat age related wrinkles and improves blood circulation. Brahmi (Bacopa) effectively improves protein activity in brain cells. Unlike synthetic sedatives that induce dullness, it produces a sense of calmness as it increases mental acuity, cognition and intelligence. Neem (Azadirachta indica), which has been a subject matter of a major legal battle over patenting, is a blood purifier. It heals wounds, is an effective natural cure for skin diseases and fights mild infections too. Amla or Emblica officinalis is an excellent source of Vitamin C. It is defined as the best among rejuvenating herbs.

Saw palmetto, pygeum africanum and lycopene (the carotenoid that gives tomatoes their red color) are extremely effective in treating prostate enlargement. They lower the risk of prostate cancer too. Wheatgrass, a grass of the genus Agropyron, contains chlorophyll and flavonoids and is rich in Vitamins and minerals. It helps in blood formation and prevents dark circles around the eyes. Tulsi or holy basil has antibacterial properties that are good for intestinal problems when mixed with ginger juice. It is one of the later additions to the homeopathic materia medica. Turmeric is a natural antiseptic and antibiotic. Adding turmeric to milk helps in healing wounds and aids in joining fractured bones.

The list of natural herbs that form part of various herbal supplements that you see in the market is endless. Herbal supplements that are produced using natural processes like dilution, boiling or drying are completely natural. As dietary supplements, they can improve overall wellbeing to a great extent.

References:

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HISTORY OF HERBAL TREATMENTS VS. CONVENTIONAL CURES By Tess Thompson

The discovery of medicinal properties of plants is credited to observation of food habits of animals. Many times animals prefer to nibble at plants, usually bitter, that they would otherwise reject. Animals somehow come to know which plants have secondary metabolites like tannins and alkaloids. These non-nutritious but biologically active plants have antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal and anti-inflammatory properties. This was interpreted as self-medication by animals.

There are specific examples of lowland gorillas consuming a ginger-like fruit to keep infections at bay. A recent research revealed that some birds use antimicrobial agents in nesting material to protect their offspring form harmful bacteria. At the same time, the digestive systems in various animals have evolved typically to meet requirements of particular species. A plant may be dangerous for one species while another species may easily live on it. A plant that may be harmless to a particular animal may be unsafe for ingestion by humans. It can be safely assumed that these observations and discoveries were noted and collected and passed on to future generations.

Similarly, the seasoning used in different cultures points towards cogent evidence of medicinal properties of herbs. Tropical climates have the highest proportion of pathogens and it is in these regions that the cuisines are highly spiced. The choice of spices in these regions has been of herbs that have the most potent antimicrobial properties. Similarly, in most cuisines, vegetables are less spiced than meats as they resist decomposition.

Over time, some cultures developed logical systems of herbal treatments and some of them are still accredited therapies in and around the regions they were developed in (mostly in the East). Some of these therapies are now widely accepted and find mention in the portfolio of therapies in Europe and North America. Ayurveda from India and Traditional Chinese Medicine are two of the most popular therapies that have rational herbal treatment modalities and even surgical procedures based on natural remedies.

Modern medicine, however, is all about scientific evidence based on standardized repeated, randomized, large scale and double-blind tests. Herbal treatments have developed without such modern scientific checks, making it difficult to determine without suspicion whether the herbal treatment is actually effective, a placebo effect or the body's own healing properties.

Many herbs have shown positive results in small clinical tests and few randomized double-blind tests that were conducted are contested by conventionalists. Herbal specialists on the other hand criticize such studies as they do not account for historical evidence. Their main contention is that tradition can effectively guide optimal use, species, time of harvesting and target population for these herbs.

Due to the twist that modern society has taken towards commercialization, herbal remedies and herbal treatments have nothing but history to support their claims of effectiveness. This is also more relevant because initially nature's remedies were treated as God's gift and had a strong humanitarian association.

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TRADITIONAL CHINESE HERBAL TREATMENT By Tess Thompson

The basic theory of Chinese medicine is that all processes in the human body are interrelated and that they interact constantly with the environment. Chinese medicine identifies the lack of harmony in these processes and the environmental effects to arrive at specific treatments. A large proportion of this theory is based on the principles of Taoism. This is in consonance with the basic Chinese philosophy that human experiences produce an effect in the environment at all levels. Traditional Chinese Medicine is based on five basic principles.

Yin and Yang or Heaven and Earth – Yin is considered to be the dark, negative, feminine principle in Chinese dualistic cosmology while Yang is the bright, positive, masculine principle. This concept describes two primal opposing but complimentary principles. The Five Elements - Everything is considered to comprise of the five basic elements - metal, wood, water, fire and earth. Zang Fu – This describes the functions of the organs in the body and the interactions that occur between them. Meridian – The interconnected channels along which vital energy (Qi) circulates throughout the body. Three Jiaos – These are the three basic parts in which the body is divided in Chinese medicine. The system used in Chinese herbal remedies understands disease based on its location in the three Jiaos (burners) of the body: upper, middle and lower.

TCM includes theories, diagnosis, and treatments (based upon above principles). Some of the concepts that are used in TCM are:

Herbal medicine - The use of herbs for their therapeutic value.

Acupuncture - A treatment that involves inserting the tips of needles at specific points, called meridians, on the skin. Qigong - A system of breathing exercises that help in maintaining and improving health.

Patented Chinese herbal medicine normally comprises of several herbs and other ingredients that are powdered, mixed and bound (usually by honey) to form pills. Each herbal medicine is a mix of many herbs and is tailor made. The essence of each herb is extracted by boiling the herb twice over a period of an hour.

Traditional practice of Chinese medicine means preparing a specific concoction for a specific ailment for a specific patient. It is only after the practitioner identifies the problem and understands the patient's internal balance of yin and yang that he proceeds to prepare the remedy. For example, an herb of yang (or hot) nature is used to treat a patient who has a general cold body constituency.

Another factor that is considered is the taste of the herb. Pungent tasting herbs are used to direct and vitalize, sweet to harmonize bodily systems, bitter for dispelling heat, salty for purging and easy elimination of wastes and bland herbs as diuretics. The meridian denotes which organ the herb will act upon.

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is a phrase coined by the People's Republic of China for exporting Chinese medicine. In fact there is no equivalent word in Chinese. Some specialists have tried to incorporate modern scientific theories into TCM and tried to establish a relation between the yin/yang principle and pro and anti oxidant balance. There have also been efforts to find a scientific basis of its natural remedies as contained in acupuncture, breathing exercises and massage so that the benefits of the practice can be used to benefit more people.

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HERBAL HEALING By Tess Thompson

Herbs and herbal remedies have been around for as long as we know. Natural remedies were mainstream therapies that were used before modern medicine reached the East.

However, the basis of many early conventional medicines lay in natural herbs. Hippocrates, the father of modern medicine, once prescribed willow bark, whose active ingredient, salicyclic acid, ultimately led to the discovery of aspirin when it was isolated. Over time other synthetic drugs were also produced. With the advancement in medical science and the emergence of new synthetic drugs, nature's remedies were relegated to a secondary position in the East.

Recently there has been a resurgence of interest in herbs across the world. The renewed interests are mainly due to a realization of the adverse effects of conventional medicine. The search for an alternative to conventional synthetic medicine has led people back to oriental, traditional and herbal medicine. There is also a curiosity to understand how herbal healing actually works.

As part of their normal metabolic process, plants produce chemical compounds called metabolites. There are basically two types of metabolites - primary and secondary. Primary metabolites are sugars and fats and are found in all plants.

Secondary metabolites are mostly phytochemicals that are biologically active but not nutritive. These are created as part of a more complex process and are found in a smaller number of plant species. The biochemical processes that produce these secondary metabolites change based on the variety of microorganisms, herbivores and pollinators present in the locality. This results in a change in the chemical profile of such a plant according to the environment.

It is the secondary metabolites that have therapeutic value in treating human and animal diseases. Although there is an astonishing variety of phytochemicals produced by plants, most of them fall under four general categories - alkaloids, turpenoids, carotenoids and glycosides.

Alkaloids are natural bases that contain nitrogen. Many alkaloids have a striking affect on the central nervous system. Caffeine, an alkaloid, lifts mood to some extent. The alkaloids in datura (thorn apple) are extremely toxic and hallucinogenic.

Many herbs used in homeopathic remedies are also poisonous in their unadulterated form. The dilution and succession that is typical to producing a homeopathic medicine reduces the ratio of the poisonous herb and transforms it to its therapeutic dose. That is why it is always suggested that herbs and herbal supplements should be taken only after thorough study or after consultation with an expert.

The herbal healing process involves multiple compounds that work together to heal. These compounds complement each other and produce a better healing effect. Furthermore, multiple compounds in herbs have accompanying benefits of promoting the body's own capacity of self healing. Single compounds tend to become ineffective as bacteria metabolize them to develop resistance over time.

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DO YOU REALLY NEED HERBAL NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS? By Tess Thompson

Nutritional deficiency is the apparent and unavoidable outcome of fast lifestyles. Modern life seems to mean running around, tensions, anxiety, societal pressure and material gains. A vast majority of the population has limited options available to them with regards to what they eat. Admittedly, even highly health conscious people find it difficult to avoid the temptations of fast foods and the convenience of frozen meals. Practically speaking, it is best to accept that nutritional supplements have become a part of modern life and that preempting their need can help in avoiding the onset of various deficiencies resulting in illness or more serious health problem.

With nutritional supplements having become a necessity, we have a choice of opting for syrups, tablets and capsules that contain synthesized substances or herbal supplements. Irrespective of the claims made by synthetic products, it is a fact that they need to resort to chemicals during the manufacturing process. These chemicals can be harmful in the long run. Herbal supplements do not use synthetic substances as ingredients, in the preparation process or for preservation. The method of preservation is based on the specific herbs that have been used in the supplement. Some of the most common preservatives that are used in herbal supplements are alcohol, vinegar, syrups, vegetable glycerin and honey, all of which are natural products in their own right. Herbal supplements are available in powder, tablet, capsule, paste or concentrate form.

Herbal nutritional supplements help to overcome nutritional deficiencies. They can also boost immunity and cleanse the body of toxins. They cater to modern needs by enabling a strong immune system that can resist disease and fight illness in the event of an attack from disease causing pathogens. Most herbal remedies and supplements serve as antioxidants, which purge toxins from the body and keep them to the minimum.

Contrary to synthesized products, herbal nutritional supplements are nature's remedies which contain complex compounds and provide multiple benefits. In some cases a particular herb that provides multiple benefits may suffice. If you can develop a taste for purely natural herbs, you can buy fresh herbs at a vegetable store. Some whole herbs can be used as teas or simmered over boiling water. Due to the perishable nature of plants, branded herbal supplements are dried, chopped and packaged. They are also presented in the prescribed dosage in easily ingestible forms like tablets or capsules.

Natural remedies are meant to target specific conditions while nutritional supplements provide support by covering deficiencies in your diet. They are not always a part of a treatment regimen. If you are one of those fortunate people who have full control over what you eat and are fully aware of your body's requirements, only then can nutritional supplements can be avoided.

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NATURAL HERBAL REMEDIES AND THEIR USES By Tess Thompson

Considering the increased interest in herbs and herbal remedies , it is obvious that there is a curiosity to understand the various natural herbs that can be beneficial for specific ailments. Some of the common herbs that can be used for specific mild conditions are mentioned below. The following list, by no means comprehensive, helps in starting the process of understanding how you can use some common herbs for your benefit.

Goldenseal is mainly known for its antibiotic properties. Steep half to one teaspoon of root goldenseal for each cup and leave for ten minutes to gain best effects.

Chamomile can be used for relieving stress, combating infection, quickening the healing processes and stomach problems.

Garlic is a strong antibiotic and antiviral that is good for cardiovascular problems too. It can be eaten raw if you do not mind the taste and smell or as an additive to food. It must be cut or chewed before ingestion to release the effective ingredient known as allicin.

Ginseng improves stamina, stimulates the immune system and protects the liver from toxins. Ginseng is available singly or as a main ingredient in many herbal supplements.

Ginger prevents internal blood clotting and can also reduce the risk of a heart attack. Two to 3 milligrams of ginger before travel can prevent motion sickness. It can be used as a culinary additive or as tea available in tea bags.

Licorice can be used for relief from ulcers. It also helps in soothing sore throats. Spearmint and peppermint are good for treating indigestion.

Besides these herbs that are most popular in the West, there are herbs that have proven their efficacy over time in China and India. Chinese herbs like Dong Quai, Fo Ti, green tea and Reishi Mushrooms effectively treat infections, restore menstrual cycles, control vaginal discharges, arrest asthma attacks, treat coughs and general fatigue. Chinese Ephedra, though good for asthma and colds, should be taken only after consulting a qualified herbalist as it can cause insomnia and high blood pressure. It is also contraindicated during pregnancy.

Indian herbs that find extensive reference in the ancient encyclopedias include Ashwagandha, (Withania somnifera) Brahmi, (Bacopa) Amla, (Emblica officinalis or Gooseberry) Guggul (Commiphora wightii), Shilajit, (purified asphaltum) Turmeric and Tulsi (Ocimum tenuiflorum). Ashwagandha is often referred to as the Indian ginseng and guggul is now extensively used in modern medicine for heart ailments and joint pains.

Among relatively modern therapies, homeopathy probably makes the best use of natural remedies HYPERLINK "http://www.nativeremedies.com/" http://www.nativeremedies.com/. It is a principle of treatment that asserts the principle of "similar treats similar" and like all alternative therapies and holistic treatments, treats a person rather than symptoms. For example, two persons with same symptoms may be treated with different remedies depending upon their personalities.

Homeopathy also makes good use of many herbs, including extremely toxic herbs and other natural products to produce highly diluted remedies to treat ailments ranging from minor cough and cold to sexual dysfunctions to serious diseases like cardiovascular problems, arthritis and diabetes.

References:

http://www.natural-cure-guide.com/supplements/herbal-supplements.htm

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HOMEOPATHY AND NATURAL HEALING HERBS By Tess Thompson

The word drug is derived from druug, Swedish for 'dried plants'. A large proportion of the early conventional medicines and drugs that were discovered, originated from plants. Aspirin was originally developed after isolating acetysalicyclic acid from a plant known as meadowsweet (Latin: Spiraea). Quinine has its origins in cinchona, medicinal bark of the cinchona tree. Morphine and codeine have their roots in poppy plant.

However, there are certain aspects that differentiate conventional drugs from herbal remedies and homeopathic remedies, as well. These are:

Conventional drugs are based on a single compound that is isolated from herbs or plants. On the other hand, therapies that are based on natural remedies, use the entire herb without isolating the active ingredient. This is done on the belief that a combination of compounds produces a better therapeutic value and work together to reduce toxicity.

Chemicals and synthetics are used in the manufacturing process for conventional medicine. In many cases the compound is synthesized. Herbal remedies do not use chemicals or synthetic products during the process of preparing a remedy. In fact, synthetic products are not used even as catalysts or aiding agents in the preparation of herbal or homeopathic products.

The harshest criticism of herbal supplements and remedies is that many herbs are toxic in nature and that they can be dangerous to ingest. It is a known fact that some herbs are extremely toxic in nature. However, herbalists profess that the preparation process of herbal medicines ensures that the toxic effect is negated. Homeopathy makes use of even poisonous plants and herbs to arrive at suitable remedies.

Nux vomica and rhus toxicodendron are two commonly prescribed homeopathic remedies and both of them are prepared from toxic plants. Lachesis muta, on the other hand, is made from the venom of bushmaster snake. To understand how these poisonous substances are converted from poisons to remedy it is necessary to know the basics of how a homeopathic remedy is prepared.

Remedy, in homeopathy does not have the common meaning that we all are conversant with. In homeopathy it is a technical term applied to herbs, plants, minerals, live specimens or any other natural substance that has undergone a specific procedure so as to be able to treat a patient (not a disease).

Homeopathic remedies are prepared using a process called 'potentisation'. The basic ingredient is diluted in water or alcohol and vigorously shaken ten times against an elastic body. The process is repeated with further dilutions based on the potency that is required. During this process, known as succussion, the vital energy of the natural remedy is activated and released. The curative properties of the ingredient are also transferred to the diluting liquid. Contrary to general belief, higher the dilution and succession, the higher the potency of the remedy!

The end product is completely natural and the original herb, plant, natural substance or poison is present in a negligible ratio

Homeopathy is based on the principle of 'similar treats similar', which means that a symptom caused by a substance is cured by the same substance.

Conventionalist may find it difficult to believe that such huge dilution can have any therapeutic value but homeopathy has remedies that produce positive results if prepared, prescribed and taken according to the principles defined by homeopathy.

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HERBAL MEDICINES - WATCH OUT FOR POTENTIALLY HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS By Tess Thompson

Herbs have a long history that backs their potential effectiveness. Long before modern medical science came to the scene, herbs and nature's remedies were the mainstays of treating disease. Today there are hundreds of online sites that offer herbal cures for mental and physiological disorders. Some of them are genuine and rendering yeoman service to the concept of traditional therapies and treatment modalities while bringing the benefits of traditional medicine to people across the world. However, there are others who simply want to latch on to the latest fad to make a quick buck.

Commercial exploitation has probably caused the biggest harm to the authenticity of herbal medicines and treatments. While pharmaceutical products are strictly controlled by the FDA, natural remedies are not covered under such prohibitions and rules. The absence of such an authority has led to the exploitation of gullible consumers, who are sometimes sold colored water as herbal extracts.

If you are sold colored water, the only thing you loose is your money as long as the water itself is not contaminated. But unfortunately the spurious manufacturers and marketers do not stop at that and therefore unsuspecting consumers may face more serious consequences.

The two aspects of herbal remedies that all consumers must be aware of are therapeutic dosage and toxicity. Herbal medicines must undergo the processes mentioned in the materia medica or encyclopedias of respective therapies. Ayurveda for example depends mostly on dried herbs or extracts derived after boiling or dilution. Homeopathic remedies, on the other hand, are prepared using a tedious diluting process. All herbal remedies must undergo these specific processes to the last instruction to arrive at the correct therapeutic dosage. The processes are also important for removing the toxicity of certain herbs.

Before buying any herbal medicine it is imperative that you check out the following.

The reputation and authenticity of the manufacturer is of prime importance. Buy only from those who have a proven track record of professional integrity. Avoid those that make tall claims like instant cures. Check the label and gather full knowledge of potential effects of the ingredients.

Unscrupulous fly by night operator's can con you of your money. At the same time if the preparation process is not correct, highly toxic herbal ingredients used in the preparation may cause harm. Proper preparation methods ensure that the toxicity of the original ingredients is removed according to principles of the therapy to ensure a safe and effective remedy.

For example, Arnica Montana is an extremely effective remedy as a topical application and should not be ingested. However, if it is prepared according to homeopathic procedures, it can safely be taken internally also. In fact, as a homeopathic remedy, arnica is a highly recommended treatment for bruises and injuries. If taken immediately after an accident it can even prevent occurrence of bruises in nine out of ten cases. Similarly, belladonna is a poisonous plant whose roots and leaves yield atropine, a poisonous crystalline alkaloid. After undergoing the homeopathic dilution procedure, it can be used for its positive actions on the vascular system, skin and glands.

Despite efforts by vested interests to highlight toxicity and denigrate the efficacy of herbs, there has been a resurgence of herbal remedies and they have become popular again. The next step, however, is education for the masses to ensure that they can ensure the authenticity of what is being bought.

References:

http://www.alternative-medicine.ibringyouinfo.com/alternative_herbal_cures_for_ailments.html

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HERBAL MEDICINE - THEN AND NOW By Tess Thompson

Many spices and herbs that we normally use as seasoning on food have useful medicinal properties and this characteristic was exploited ages ago by our ancestors. They used them as herbal remedies HYPERLINK "http://www.nativeremedies.com/" http://www.nativeremedies.com/ for protection against food borne pathogens.

Many plants produce substances, particularly alkaloids, to protect themselves from attack from insects, microorganisms and herbivores. These include aromatic flowers, roots and bark, which produce phenols or their oxygenated derivatives such as tannins. Many of them are secondary substances that are involved in metabolism either directly or indirectly. All these properties are useful for maintaining the health of humans as well as animals.

Indigenous plants have been in use over continents as natural remedies for treatment of ailments. Evidence, dating as back as 60,000 years ago, exists to show that Neanderthals used medicinal plants to treat specific ailments. Along with skeletons, pollen of some specific herbs that was not naturally present in the soil in adjacent areas of Shanidar Caves in Iraq was found. On further analysis it was discovered to be of Yarrow, Cornflower, Bachelor's Button, St. Barnaby's Thistle, Ragwort or Groundsel, Grape Hyacinth, Joint Pine or Woody Horsetail and Hollyhock, all of which have been in use as diuretics, stimulants, astringents and for their anti-inflammatory effect.

However, the first generally accepted evidence (radiocarbon dated for 13000 – 25000 BC) was found in cave paintings in Lascaux caves in France. A man frozen in the Swiss Alps for more than 5300 years ago was found to possess herbal medicine that he apparently used to treat parasites in his intestines.

Despite such discoveries, very little has been done on the subject of herbal medicine, However, it faces assault from conventionalists who refuse to accept the efficacy of natural remedies. This is despite the proven efficacy of homeopathy. It is indeed surprising that many drugs available to doctors, such as opium, aspirin, digitalis and quinine are derived from herbs and have a long proven history as curative herbs.

There seems to be an uncanny campaign against herbal medicine to discredit it. Probably this is because herbs and natural products cannot be patented and used by big corporations to their monetary advantage. The fact that the FDA acknowledges very few herbs as useful does not help either and leaves only folklore and anecdotal evidence as its only support.

The scene as it is today is however encouraging. Recently there has been a surge in popularity of safer treatment modalities, which nature has provided for the benefit of mankind. Herbal medicine has been and still is the mainstay of under-developed societies. Due to the negative effects of conventional drugs, presented in the shape of side effects and the inability of allopathic drugs to remove the root cause of the disease, herbal medicine and supplements are fast catching the fancy of the discerning public in industrialized nations also.

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HERBAL DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS - PREPARATION AND USAGE By Tess Thompson

Healing herbs and botanicals are interchangeable terms. Any plant or part of a plant that is valued for its medicinal properties is termed as an herb. Products made from herbs to improve or maintain health are termed as herbal remedies especially if they are targeted to treat a disease. An herbal dietary supplement is an herb or a combination of herbs that is used to overcome nutritional deficiencies.

As defined by US laws, a botanical must meet the following criteria to be classified as herbal dietary supplement:

It should be intended to supplement diet

It should contain one or more dietary ingredients including vitamins, minerals, herbs, botanicals, amino acids or their ingredients

It should be intended to be taken by mouth as a pill, tablet, capsule or liquid

It should be labeled on the front panel as being a dietary supplement.

Herbs are sold in different forms – fresh or dried, liquid or solid extracts, tablets or capsules, powders or in the form of tea bags. A typical example of this is ginger. Fresh ginger is sold in vegetable stores; dried ginger is sold in powdered form in tea bags, tablets and capsules and liquid preparations are also available.

Herbal dietary supplements can be prepared in the following four ways:

Teas: Some herbs require only steeping in boiling water to get the desired benefits. Teas can be made from either dried or fresh herbs and may be had hot or cold.

Decoctions: Roots, barks and berries require a longer time to impart with their properties.

Decoctions are prepared by boiling the natural products in water for longer periods than teas. Usually the water used for boiling is allowed to reduce to half or a quarter of its original amount to extract the desired ingredient.

Tinctures: A tincture is sold as a liquid concentrate. This is done to preserve the herb by soaking it in water or alcohol. The ratio of the dried herb in relation to the weight or volume of the end product needs to be mentioned on the label while selling it in the open market.

Extracts: An extract is made by soaking an herb in a liquid that removes specific substances from the plant. The liquid is generally evaporated for use as a tablet or a capsule.

The action of herbs ranges from mild to potent. Peppermint, chamomile and green teas are taken to aid digestion, soothe tense nerves or increase mental alertness. There are other herbal supplements that have multiple benefits like increasing mental health and physical health while they supplement nutritional deficiencies in diet.

Over time herbal supplements have attained a reputation of their own and have become a part of conventional medicine. Certain herbal preparations, though labeled as dietary supplements to meet legal requirement, are used as natural remedies by doctors for treating diseases that conventional medicine finds difficult to manage due to side effects of the drugs that are usually used to treat them.

References:

http://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/BotanicalBackground.asp

http://www.asahq.org/patientEducation/herbPatient.pdf

http://www.dietpolicy.com/diets-articles/herbal-dietary-supplements.htm

http://www.dietpolicy.com/diets-articles/dietary-supplements-dangers.htm

http://nccam.nih.gov/health/bottle/

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Eddy Ear Sprinkles

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Endo-Ex

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Epi-Still

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Eze-Birth Flower Essence

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Faithful Feet Aromatic FootSpa Concentrate

Relaxing footbath using a blend of aromatherapy oils especially intended for foot massage. Learn More »

Faithful Feet Massage Oil

Faithful Feet Massage Oil

Natural massage oil using a blend of aromatherapy oils especially intended for foot massage. Learn More »

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Fatigue Fighter

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Femalite

Femalite

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Fertile XX

Fertile XX

Support reproductive system health in women. Learn More »

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Fertile XY

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FluGo

Homeopathic remedy temporarily relieves symptoms of the flu or cold including cough, runny nose, fever, sore throat and fatigue Learn More »

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Focus ADDult

Helps maintain optimal mental focus, concentration, attention span and memory function. Learn More »

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Focus Formula

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Gasolve Relief

To support normal levels of gas in the bowels and support healthy digestion. Learn More »

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Gastronic Dr.

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Good Morning Mama

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HaliTonic

Naturally maintain oral health and breath freshness. Learn More »

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Hang-Over Morning Mend

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HeavenlyLabor Aromatic Massage Oil

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High-Rite

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iBaba

iBaba

Helps relieve digestive distress and cramping in babies. Learn More »

Ikawe for Men

Ikawe for Men

Sexual health tonic for reproductive system support. Learn More »

ImmunityPlus

ImmunityPlus

Promotes healthy immune system functioning and helps fight viral and bacterial infections. Learn More »

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Infant Massage Oil

Gentle, safe and natural almond massage oil formulation for newborn babies (birth to 12 weeks) Learn More »

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Insulate Plus

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Itch Dr.

Itch Dr.

Natural soothing cream to promote healthy skin all over. Learn More »

JointEase Plus

JointEase Plus

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JuniorSlim

JuniorSlim

Promotes safe weight loss and management for children and preteens. Learn More »

KiddieBoost

KiddieBoost

Promotes healthy immune function, and reduces infection and illness risks in children. Learn More »

KiddieCool

KiddieCool

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Kiddie Florish

Kiddie Florish

Promote growing appetites in picky eaters and support the immune system. Learn More »

KiddiVom Sprinkles

KiddiVom Sprinkles

Aids in digestive support, and helps relieve nausea and vomiting in children. Learn More »

Kidney Dr.

Kidney Dr.

Support the urinary system and promote healthy kidney function. Learn More »

K-OK Kiddie Calmer

K-OK Kiddie Calmer

Helps reduce nervous exhaustion, specific fears and phobias in anxious children. Learn More »

LastStage Flower Essence

LastStage Flower Essence

Improve sleep, instill confidence and calm fears about delivery and birth common in the third trimester (week 28 to week 40). Learn More »

LegCalm

LegCalm

For Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS) and Periodic Limb Movement (PLM). Learn More »

Liver Dr.

Liver Dr.

Improve liver health and functioning naturally. Learn More »

MamaGize Pick-Me-Up Spritzer

MamaGize Pick-Me-Up Spritzer

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MediAc

MediAc

Homeopathic remedy temporarily treats symptoms of acne vulgaris including blackheads on the face and body Learn More »

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Melancholy Lift

Homeopathic remedy temporarily relieves feelings of melancholy, sadness, grief and weepiness Learn More »

MellowMama Aromatic Bath Oil

MellowMama Aromatic Bath Oil

Tone and soften skin to discourage stretch marks, as well as encourage relaxation, contemplation and dreaming. Learn More »

MellowPause

MellowPause

Supportive remedy for menopausal women - promotes balanced mood restful sleep. Learn More »

MemoRise

MemoRise

Support brain and memory health in mature adults. Learn More »

Mens-Reduce

Mens-Reduce

Promote normal menstruation support female reproductive health. Learn More »

MiGone Plus

MiGone Plus

Promote calm discourage common nervous tension. Learn More »

MindSoothe

MindSoothe

Promote balanced mood, emotional health and feelings of wellbeing. Learn More »

MindSoothe Jr.

MindSoothe Jr.

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MindStill Flower Essence

MindStill Flower Essence

Facilitate life forces, still the mind and harness the procreative force of dreaming and female wisdom Learn More »

Mom's Magic Trauma Sprinkles

Mom's Magic Trauma Sprinkles

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MoodCalm

MoodCalm

Homeopathic remedy temporarily calms emotional outbursts and reduces mood swings Learn More »

Mood Tonic

Mood Tonic

Optimizes nervous system health and promotes balanced mood and peacefulness. Learn More »

N-Con Tonic

N-Con Tonic

Support and maintain healthy bladder control naturally. Learn More »

Nail-Rx

Nail-Rx

Promotes nail strength and overall nail health. Learn More »

Natural Moves

Natural Moves

Helps maintain healthy bowel movements and regular open bowels. Learn More »

Nature's Birth Drops

Nature's Birth Drops

Facilitate strong, productive contractions and shorter labor, promote natural pain relief and sense of calm during childbirth. Learn More »


Nature's Milk Drops

Nature's Milk Drops

Promote healthy breast milk production for trouble-free breastfeeding. Learn More »



Naughty Nits Hair Oil

Naughty Nits Hair Oil

Helps loosen and remove hair lice and nits, and prevents re-infestation. Learn More »

Naughty Nits Shampoo

Naughty Nits Shampoo

Helps gently eradicate lice and nits from child's hair. Learn More »

Naughty Nits Spritzer

Naughty Nits Spritzer

Helps protect children against lice infestation during lice epidemic. Learn More »

Nerve Tonic

Nerve Tonic

Promotes nervous system health, maintains balanced mood and worry free mind. Learn More »

NewMama Drops

NewMama Drops

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NicoTonic

NicoTonic

Promotes nervous system functioning for people undergoing nicotine withdrawal. Learn More »

Nipple Conditioning Cream

Nipple Conditioning Cream

Condition the skin, prevent damage and infection and encourage healing of nipples during breastfeeding Learn More »

OralSoothe

OralSoothe

Soothe common irritability, crankiness and crying while teething Learn More »

Pre-Party Protect

Pre-Party Protect

Support the liver during times of excess and over-indulgence Learn More »

Propartum Drops

Propartum Drops

Prepare and tone the uterus for birth, as well as calm the mother-to-be for shorter and safer births Learn More »

Prostate Dr.

Prostate Dr.

Prostate Dr. - a 100% natural, proven and safe liquid herbal formula to promote the health and functioning of the prostate and urinary tract in men. Learn More »

ProState Relief

ProState Relief

Homeopathic remedy temporarily relieves urgency and frequent urination in men Learn More »

PureCalm

PureCalm

Aids nervous system in stress resistance for balanced moods and feelings of well being. Learn More »

Pure-Clenz Solution

Pure-Clenz Solution

Promotes fast, infection-free healing and helps reduce bleeding. Learn More »

Pure-Heal Gel

Pure-Heal Gel

Promotes the natural healing of wounds, minor burns, grazes and bites. Learn More »

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PureMother Flower Essence

Promote natural mothering instincts, improve mood and reduce baby blues Learn More »

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RealHeal

Aids in naturally supporting the healing ability of the body. Learn More »

RealHeal Massage Oil

RealHeal Massage Oil

Promotes muscular, joint, and skeletal health and comfort after strenuous activity. Learn More »

RectoRex Balm

RectoRex Balm

Support tissue health in anal area and provide relief. Learn More »

RectoRex Drops

RectoRex Drops

Promote strength and circulation of veins and capillaries surrounding the anal opening. Learn More »

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ReGrow Plus

Support healthy circulation to hair follicles, hair roots nail beds. Learn More »

ReGrow Scalp Massage Oil

ReGrow Scalp Massage Oil

Promotes beneficial effects on the health of the scalp and hair follicles. Learn More »

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Rocking Chair CD

Soothing and Relaxing Instrumental CD for Peaceful Pregnancy, Natural Birth and Relaxed Babies. Learn More »

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RosaRex

Homeopathic remedy temporarily reduces facial redness, flushing and bumpy texture Learn More »

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Rx-Hale

Helps maintain balanced mood during the nicotine withdrawal program. Learn More »

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SciatiGon

For the health and functioning of the sciatic nerve, with excellent tonic effects for the nervous system. Learn More »

Serenite-LT

Serenite-LT

Solve long term sleep problems without the risk of addiction. Learn More »

SerenitePlus

SerenitePlus

Natural sleep tonic for a restful night. Learn More »

Serenite Jr.

Serenite Jr.

Promotes healthy sleep patterns in children and babies. Learn More »

Skin Dr.

Skin Dr.

Helps maintain lymphatic functioning, promoting blemish-free healthy skin. Learn More »

Sleep Tonic

Sleep Tonic

Helps maintain a healthy balance of all hormones involved in healthy sleep patterns. Learn More »

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Slimmer's Assist

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Sniffly Sprinkles

Sniffly Sprinkles

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SocialFear Relief

Homeopathic remedy temporarily relieves social fear, anxiety, nervousness, shyness and stage fright Learn More »

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SOS HistaDrops

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StretchEasy Formula

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StretchEasy Massage Oil

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StudyPlus

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TeenSlim

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Thanda Passion Booster

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Throat and Tonsil Dr.

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Thyroid Assist

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ThyroSoothe

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Natural tummy tonic for healthy bowel activity in children. Learn More »



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Prescription for Herbal Healing: An Easy-to-Use A-Z Reference to Hundreds of Common Disorders and Their Herbal Remedies by Phyllis A. Balch - Product Description - The popularity of herbal medicine has exploded during the past decade, with herbal remedies becoming increasingly available in such conventional outlets as drugstores and even supermarkets. Prescription for Herbal Healing brings to herbal medicine the same in-depth, easy-to-understand information and accessible style that Prescription for Nutritional Healing successfully brought to diet and nutritional supplements.

This book is divided into three parts for easy reference. Part I discusses the basic principles of herbal medicine and outlines the properties and characteristics of some one hundred sixty single herbs and sixty herbal combination formulas. Part II describes more than one hundred fifty common disorders, conveniently arranged in alphabetical order from acne to yeast infection, and names the herbal therapies that can be used in the treatment of those conditions. Part III is a guide to using various kinds of herbal and other alternative therapies. In addition, it includes self-diagnostic tests and boxed insets throughout, which offer detailed information on a wide variety of topics.

Complete coverage of Chinese and Ayurvedic herbs make this volume entirely comprehensive, and thorough scientific references lend it an authority not found in any other herbal book. Prescription for Herbal Healing is the definitive herbal resource and is a necessity for any health-conscious consumer.

About the Author - Phyllis A. Balch, CNC, has been a leading nutritional consultant for more than twenty years. She continues to study nutrition-based therapies, procedures, and treatments in the United States and abroad.


The Herbal Medicine Maker's Handbook: A Home Manual by James Green and Ajana Green - Product Description - This guide to the kitchen pharmacy discusses the entire process of preparing herbal medicines at home, from methods of growing, gathering, and drying herbs to different ways of extracting their vital essences and making healing balms, lotions, and more.

The Herbal Home Remedy Book: Simple Recipes for Tinctures, Teas, Salves, Tonics, and Syrups (Herbal Body) by Joyce A. Wardwell - Editorial Reviews - Amazon.com Review - Endorsed by Rosemary Gladstar, renowned herbalist and author of Herbal Healing for Women, this book of "homespun alchemy" bursts with easy recipes for medicinal wines, herbal oils, salves, tonics, syrups, throat drops--you name it. From the guidelines for gathering medicinal plants to instructions for tincture preparation, Joyce Wardwell conveys her love and respect for herbs. She comes from a long line of herbalists: her great-great-grandmother Jane learned the herbal craft from the Ojibway in Minnesota; Jane's mother was condemned for witchcraft and her husband was hung for it during the Salem, Massachusetts, Witch Trials. But there's nothing to fear from the Remedy Book: recipes are made primarily from the 25 most common herbs, and instructions are so clear they're nearly foolproof. The flu, insomnia, colic, menopause, and sore muscles are all covered. Any household with children will find the "herbal home medicine chest" invaluable, with treatments for everyday ailments such as colds and coughs, burns, bug bites, bruises, and strains. The publisher, Storey Publications, is known for its practicality and environmental awareness, and the book is printed on lovely cream-colored recycled paper.

From Booklist The virtues of this guide to herbal medicine lie in its utter simplicity, clarity of presentation, and grounding in the earth. Practicing herbalist Wardwell aims to provide a basic manual for the beginner. In part 1 she chooses and elaborates on 25 common, safe, easy-to-grow herbs, rather than confusing the reader with comprehensiveness. Instructional chapters cover how to recognize, gather, and store plants and how to select quality ingredients and equipment. Part 2 gives detailed steps in the preparation of various remedies: tinctures, herbal oils and salves, medicinal wines and vinegars, and syrups and lozenges. Part 3 lists the components of a basic herbal medicine chest, gives guidelines for blending herbs, and provides an AZ list of symptoms (e.g., headache, chapped skin) and their herbal treatment. The book's promised index will be needed to locate information in this symptom list because of the often poorly chosen entry words. Sprinkled throughout the book are Native American teaching stories that illustrate Wardwell's theme of humans' ties to plants and the earth. Penny Spokes

Product Description Use 25 common herbs to make simple herbal remedies, then use those remedies to relieve common illnesses and enhance general health and well-being.

From the Back Cover - Using simple recipes and generations of herbal healing wisdom, Joyce Wardwell will teach you how to:

-- Gather, dry, store, and blend 25 common herbs

-- Make and use teas, tinctures, oils, salves, syrups, and lozenges

-- Build your own herbal medicine cabinet

About the Author - Herbal educator and speaker Joyce A. Wardwell has been studying herbal medicine and wild edibles for over 20 years. Editor and publisher of Herbal Voices, Joyce has also written for Country Journal magazine and has authored the Storey book, The Herbal Home Remedy Book. She is a member of the American Herbalists Guild and Northeast Herb Association. Additionally, Joyce is the director of 7th Direction, a non-profit, sustainable lifestyle organization. She currently lives in East Jordan, Michigan.


Herbal Remedies (Eyewitness Companions) by Andrew Chevallier - Product Description - For anyone who wants to learn more about medicinal plants and how to use them at home, Herbal Remedies provides essential information on how to safely use herbal medicines and shows you how to create your own remedies to target common ailments

Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine: The Definitive Home Reference Guide to 550 Key Herbs with all their Uses as Remedies for Common Ailments by Andrew Chevallier and Gillian Emerson-Roberts - Editorial Review - From Library Journal - This is the second edition of Chevallier's The Encyclopedia of Medicinal Plants (LJ 12/96). Although the title has changed, the format and contents are substantially the same. Careful comparison of the two editions, though, reveals that the text of the second edition has been revised to reflect the latest herbal research and includes some herbs not mentioned in the earlier book, such as cat's claw. The new edition also addresses the issues of quality control and the safe use of herbal remedies. But as with the original, initial and final chapters address the development of herbal medicine, world herbal traditions, and home remedies. Sandwiched between this material is an alphabetical listing by Latin name of 550 of the most commonly used individual herbs. One hundred key plants are given a full-page spread outlining their habitat and cultivation, related species, key constituents and actions, research, traditional and current uses, parts used, key preparations, and self-help uses. In a separate alphabetical list, an additional 450 plants are covered in less detail. A fine bibliography and index complete the book. As with all DK publications, the encyclopedia is lavishly illustrated with high-quality color captioned photographs and focus boxes. Rodale's Illustrated Encyclopedia of Herbs (1998) is a similar title directed to a different audience. Although the Rodale book addresses briefly the medicinal uses of the listed herbs, there is a much stronger emphasis on the horticultural and culinary aspects. Deni Bown's Encyclopedia of Herbs and Their Uses (1995) is more comprehensive, covering over 1000 herbs, but has less information regarding their medicinal use. Therefore, the new Chevallier volume remains a top choice for a library reference on the medicinal use of herbs for the public, although North American practitioners will find it lacking in the coverage of regional herbs. Recommended for both public and academic libraries. Mary Stout, Pima Community Coll., Tucson, AR Copyright 2001 Reed Business Information, Inc.

Product Description - Fully updated and authoritative, this revised edition of DK's Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine makes this classic, completely illustrated reference guide even bigger and better than the original. Featuring more than 550 medicinal plants and the most current scientific research, this volume provides a comprehensive guide to healing with the world's oldest form of medicine. A unique photographic index profiles over 550 plants, with detailed information on habitat and cultivation, parts used, active constituents, therapeutic properties, and traditional and current uses. A special section profiles 100 of the most common plants, featuring herbal preparations and recommendations for self-treatment. Guidelines on growing, harvesting, and storing medicinal plants also demonstrate making remedies for home use. In addition, accessible text offers fascinating insight into the chemistry of plants and their healing properties, explaining how and why they work as medicines within the body. The major herbal traditions of different cultures- Europe, India, China, Africa, Australia, and the Americas- are vividly described. A review of herbs from a historical perspective reveals the connection between medicinal herbs and cultural beliefs toward healing. Offering extensive coverage of all that herbs are- from cultural traditions to chemical components to self-treatments for common ailments-this Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine is the ultimate reference for anyone interested in exploring the healing benefits of medicinal plants.

About the Author - Andrew Chevallier, FNIMH, is an experienced medical herbalist and Senior Lecturer in Herbal Medicine at Middlesex University. He runs a busy private practice in London and is involved in clinical and laboratory research in herbal medicine. He is a past president of the National Institute of Medicinal Herbalists, and author of several other books on herbal medicine, including Hypericum: The Natural Antidepressant and More and Flaxseed.


Prescription for Nutritional Healing, 4th Edition by Phyllis A. Balch - Editorial Reviews - From Library Journal - Written by a medical doctor and a certified nutritional consultant, this comprehensive guide to nutritional, herbal, and complementary therapies discusses natural healing programs for some 300 health conditions. Arranged in alphabetical order, it's a useful ready-reference tool, although it could have benefited from a good bibliography. Copyright 1999 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

Review - This second edition has been expanded to reflect the latest research on drug-free remedies in the field of nutrition: as such it provides an excellent assessment and review of herbal tinctures and diets. From high blood pressure remedies to handling infections, this is packed with practical advice. -- Midwest Book Review --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

Product Description - Natural health's number-one bestseller for more than twenty years, completely revised and updated.

With more than five million copies sold, Prescription for Nutritional Healing is the most trusted, comprehensive source on dietary supplements, vitamins, minerals, and herbs. A pioneer in the field of nutritional healing, Phyllis Balch passionately and meticulously researched and compiled this groundbreaking book. Now, a generation later, her message has more relevance than ever: consume fresh foods, avoid processed foods and those high in saturated fat, and optimize your intake of essential nutrients with the right supplements. Today's well-stocked vitamin and natural-health stores can be confusing, and people need Balch's clear, concise, landmark guide.

To help them make sense of the mind-numbing array of choices that are available, readers of Prescription for Nutritional Healing will:

- learn the basics of good nutrition;

- find out how to balance vitamins and minerals so that the body can properly absorb both;

- determine how best to treat 250 problems-from abscesses to wrinkles-using herbs, nutrition, and supplements; and

- get the facts on other complementary therapies, like ayurveda, biofeedback, chiropractic care, and more. Prescription for Nutritional Healing is an essential resource for every health-minded consumer.

About the Author Phyllis A. Balch, CNC, was a leading nutritional counselor for more than two decades. Convinced that nutrition was, in many cases, the answer to regaining and maintaining health, Ms. Balch testified before Congress on the efficacy of natural healing.


Herbal Remedies for Dummies by Christopher Hobbs - Editorial Review - From Library Journal - The successful "DummiesR" series gets into the alternative health field with these two titles. Dillard, head of Oxford Health Plans's Alternative Medicine Program, and Ziporyn have done an excellent job of compiling information related to the major alternative therapies. They discuss the limitations of alternative medicine and the dilemma arising from the paucity of scientific evidence on its effectiveness. The authors define the major therapies, outline benefits vs. harmful effects, and advise readers on how to talk with their doctors about alternatives. A final section lists specific health conditions and which therapies might help. Also listed are respected web sites, databases, and other information sources. The scientific literature is referenced throughout the text; tips and informational icons, as in the rest of the series, are quite helpful. Hobbs, an herbalist and botanist, explains the benefits of using herbal remedies, their selection and safe use, and growing and making herbals at home. He also provides recipes and dosages, identifies herbs for specific groups of people (such as senior citizens), and discusses aromatherapy and healing with spices from the kitchen. For easy reference, readers will find a symptoms guide, an herb guide, and a list of herbal suppliers and associations. Although Hobbs does not include a bibliography of evidence-based data to support his therapeutic claims, he covers the topic in a knowledgeable manner. His practical guide is an excellent introduction to the ways in which herbs can be used. Both titles are recommended for public libraries. AKristine Benishek, Good Samaritan Hosp. Lib., Dayton, OH Copyright 1999 Reed Business Information, Inc.

Product Description - People have been using herbs to fight disease and promote wellness since prehistoric times. In recent years, science has gotten into the act and amassed quite a respectable body of evidence to support what healers the world over have been saying for centuries–herbal remedies work. Experiencing the heartbreak of psoriasis? A little dandelion root can clear it up. Grandpa's sciatica acting up again? St. John's Wort ought to put the spring back in his step. Got a bad case of poison ivy? Stop the itch with echinacea. Ginger tames the morning sickness beast–lavender and peppermint leaf also work well. Use licorice, chamomile, and wild yam root to pacify an irritable bowel. If you're one of the millions of people who feel let down by conventional health care, or who've experienced unpleasant or harmful side effects from modern medicines, Herbal Remedies For Dummies is a book you'll want to have. Written by fourth generation herbalist Christop her Hobbs, it gets you up to speed on what you need to know to:

* Choose safe and effective herbal products
* Treat scores of common ailments and conditions
* Find specific herbal remedies for women, men, and kids
* Grow and harvest herbs
* Create herbal products at home

Chris clears up much of the confusion surrounding herbal medicines. He anticipates just about every question you're likely to have about herbal medicine, and he provides concise, interesting answers laced with fascinating details from history and folklore. From alfalfa to yerba santa, he describes an array of best natural remedies, and he supplies:

* Easy-to-follow instructions on how to select the best herbal products
* A Symptom Guide–simple and easy herbal remedies for more than 80 common conditions, listed alphabetically by symptom
* An Aroma Guide–an A-to-Z guide to 100 easy- to- find medicinal herbs
* More than fifty recipes for healing teas, oils, tonics, and more

This friendly, caring, and accessible introduction to the world of herbal medicine is an important resource for anyone looking for a safe, easy-to-use alternative, or supplement, to conventional medicine.


Secrets of Native American Herbal Remedies: comph GT Native amern Tradition Using Herbs Mind/Body/Spirit Connection for ipvg (Healing Arts) by Anthony J. Cichoke - Product Description - A complete guide to centuries-old Native American herbs and other remedies.

The modern techniques of holistic and alternative healing and natural remedies have been alive in the "old ways" of Native American medicine for centuries. This comprehensive guide introduces the Native American concept of healing, which incorporates body, mind, and spirit and stresses the importance of keeping all three in balance.

Dr. Anthony Cichoke explains the philosophy behind American Indian healing practices as well as other therapies, such as sweat lodges, used in conjunction with herbs. He examines each herb in an accessible A-to-Z format, explaining its healing properties and varying uses in individual tribes. Finally, he details Native American healing formulas and recipes for treating particular ailments, from hemorrhoids to stress. Bibliography. Index.

About the Author - Anthony J. Cichoke, D.C., Ph.D., is a chiropractor with a doctorate in nutrition. He hosts an internationally syndicated radio talk show called "The Dr. Enzyme Self-Help Show." He has written several books, including The Complete Book of Enzyme Therapy for Avery, and hundreds of articles on the subjects of nutrition and chiropractic.


Herbal Remedies: A Quick and Easy Guide to Common Disorders and Their Herbal Remedies by Asa Hershoff N.D. and Andrea Rotelli N.D. - Product Description - An essential reference to herbal remedies for the most common ailments.

Sharing twenty-five years of clinical expertise, Dr. Asa Hershoff has written a highly accessible and useful guide to hundreds of herbs and their uses for specific conditions. The book's unique format helps readers quickly assess health conditions. Margins on each page depict icons of body parts for very easy reference. An alphabetical listing of ailments provides information on each herb's source, dosage, and possible contraindications.

Integrating the best of herbal tradition and science, this authoritative book is an essential guide for tapping the healing power of herbs.

About the Author - Asa Hershoff, N.D., D.C., is a chiropractor, naturopathic physician, and homeopath with practices in Los Angeles and New York City.

Andrea Rotelli, N.D., is a naturopathic physician.


The Top 100 Herbal Remedies: Safe, Effective Remedies for 100 Common Ailments by Anne McIntyre - Product Description - Packed with information, this invaluable little book contains herbal remedies for 100 common ailments, including asthma, colds and flu, minor cuts and bruises, muscle cramps, and migraines. The ailments are grouped by body system, and a complete herbal treatment is provided for each. The book profiles the 50 most useful medicinal herbs, from aloe vera to yarrow, and an ingenious graphic symbol system allows readers to quickly cross-reference herbs to the problems they can treat.

Prescription for Natural Cures by James Balch and Mark Stengler - Editorial Reviews - From Publishers Weekly - Balch, who coauthored the bestselling Prescription for Nutritional Healing, and Stengler, a naturopathic doctor, present this hefty reference book with detailed entries for about 200 ailments, from "abscess" to "warts." Each entry offers a definition of the condition and an explanation of associated symptoms, causes and testing techniques. The authors provide treatment options for each problem, including homeopathy, hydrotherapy and "Super Seven Prescriptions" (specific remedies mostly involving dietary supplements). Although some readers may wonder why almost as many pages are devoted to "dizziness" as "cancer," the entries do provide a helpful overview of common therapeutic approaches and include journal references, though it appears only some of the recommendations are supported by published studies. Balch and Stengler review basic alternative therapies, too, such as diet and nutrition, nutritional supplements and traditional Chinese medicine. While they acknowledge that some people will require both conventional and natural treatment, their tendency to equate "natural" with "nontoxic" seems overly simplistic. Many dietary supplements, for example, can be as potent as prescription drugs and cause side effects or interact with other medications. Still, readers navigating the sprawling world of alternative medicine will find this comprehensive resource to be a helpful starting place. Copyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

Product Description - The new natural health bible for the twenty-first century

Dr. James Balch coauthored Prescription for Nutritional Healing, which became the first major popular guide to the healing power of foods and nutritional supplements, selling more than 8 million copies in all its editions. Now, Dr. Balch and Dr. Mark Stengler present a new natural health resource that you can't afford to be without--a comprehensive reference of natural remedies for common ailments, including: acne - allergies - arthritis - asthma - back pain - cancer - depression - fibromyalgia - heart disease - hypothyroidism - influenza - irritable bowel syndrome - menopause - osteoporosis - stroke - Syndrome X - varicose veins, and more--almost 200 health problems and conditions in all.

Prescription for Natural Cures provides a complete natural Rx for each condition, giving you a proven, natural, customized prescription that may include supplements, herbal medicine, homeopathy, aromatherapy, Chinese medicine, hydrotherapy, bodywork, natural hormones, and other natural cures in addition to nutritional advice. Organized by problem from A to Z, this invaluable guide features:

* The unique Super Seven Prescriptions for each condition, which provide specific and practical remedies to help heal your problem. You have never seen natural health advice as helpful, targeted, and accessible as this
* Clear, authoritative guidance on dietary changes, healing foods, nutritional supplements, and recommended tests
* Easy-to-understand discussions of the symptoms and root causes of each health problem
* Down-to-earth descriptions of each natural remedy
* A resource guide to holistic practitioners

This breakthrough book is an indispensable resource if you want to get better--naturally


The People's Pharmacy Guide to Home and Herbal Remedies by Joe Graedon and Teresa Graedon - Editorial Reviews - From Library Journal - The Graedons, both respected authors (The People's Pharmacy) and speakers, offer advice on the safe use of home and herbal remedies. The first section combines tested scientific research and accumulated folk wisdom to provide the health consumer with treatment suggestions for common ailments. Also included are possible causes and symptoms for selected conditions, as well as contact information for product manufacturers. The second section lists the 50 most commonly used herbs, including their ingredients and information on usage, dose, adverse effects, and drug interactions. By combining herbal and folk remedies, clearly highlighting dangerous herb-drug interactions, and summarizing consumer issues, the Graedons have created a consumer resource that is entertaining (favorite home remedies include coconut macaroons for diarrhea) and easy-to-use. However, more comprehensive medicinal herb reference resources include the Complete German Commission E Monographs (American Botanical Council, 1998) and the PDR for Herbal Medicines (LJ 3/1/99), among others. Still, this is recommended for smaller public library collections that don't own the other titles. - Andy Wickens, Univ. of Washington Health Sciences Lib., Seattle Copyright 1999 Reed Business Information, Inc.

From Kirkus Reviews - From a familiar, reliable source, a worthwhile addition to the spate of recent alternative medicine guides. The Graedons (The People's Pharmacy, 1976, etc.), newspaper columnists and radio-show hosts, are right up-to-date on what is known about herbal treatments; from interchanges with their devoted public, they also offer suggestions for help via popular folk remedies. They begin by listing 20 of their favorite home remedies, those "we have either tried ourselves with good results or heard about repeatedly from readers . . . in some cases, there is scientific research to back up the folk wisdom. Included here are gin-soaked raisins for arthritis (take nine per day), and Archway Coconut Macaroon cookies for treatment of diarrhea (a remedy first suggested by a Crohn's-disease sufferer), as well as the more familiar ginger tea for colds and coffee for asthma attacks. The Graedons warn early and often of the possible dangers inherent in herb use, particularly in combination with prescription drugs. Some of the most dangerous herb-drug interactions they document: licorice and Lanoxin (the potassium- depleting properties of licorice can cause heart arhythmias); kava-kava and Xanax (both are sedating; together, they are dangerously so); and ginkgo and Coumadin (increased risk of hemorrhage). The authors also remind us that no one, inside the government or out, monitors herbal preparations. Even the claim of "standardized" extract means nothing (``standardized to what?'') when in many cases St. John's Wort, for one the active constituent substance hasn't been identified. That said, however, the Graedons do endorse herbs as appearing "amazingly benign" compared with prescription medications. The first part of their guide is an extensive listing of common ailments, from allergies to warts, with their best suggestions for relief. Part two looks in depth at 50 herbal remedies, from aloe to valerian. A well-organized guide to therapeutic options that never goes overboard. -- Copyright ©1999, Kirkus Associates, LP. All rights reserved.


The Top 100 Herbal Remedies: Safe, Effective Remedies for 100 Common Ailments by Anne McIntyre - Product Description - Packed with information, this invaluable little book contains herbal remedies for 100 common ailments, including asthma, colds and flu, minor cuts and bruises, muscle cramps, and migraines. The ailments are grouped by body system, and a complete herbal treatment is provided for each. The book profiles the 50 most useful medicinal herbs, from aloe vera to yarrow, and an ingenious graphic symbol system allows readers to quickly cross-reference herbs to the problems they can treat.

"The Ultimate Collection of Herbal Tea Remedies" - The Healing Power of Herbal Tea! by Easy Cooking Success - Product Description - Are you looking for a more natural way to obtain releief for common ailments? The Ultimate Collection Of Herbal Tea Remedies is your answer. Inside you will find a wide selection of recipes for herbal teas that will have you feeling better in no time. Do you suffer from headaches? Try the Headache Relief Tea. Feeling blue? Whip up a batch of Blues Tea and chase way depression. Got a cold or the flu. Drink a cup of Cold and Flu tea to help relieve those nasty symptoms. Can't Sleep? Insomnia Tea is the answer. Stomach feeling queasy? Try a cup of Tummy Tea made from common household spices. Or maybe you suffer from allergies? Drink Allergy Season Tea during the allergy season and throw away that over the counter medication. In The Ultimate Collection Of Herbal Tea Remedies you will find these and many more recipes made from natures plants. Why fill your body with man-made chemicals and risk the side-effects that many drugs can have, when you can use natural remedies? Get your copy of The Ultimate Collection Of Herbal Tea Remedies today and get started on your way to natural health.

A to Z Guide to Healing Herbal Remedies by Jason Elias - Product Description - Ancient and tried-and-true herbal remedies for everything from sunburn to sexual ennui feature detailed instructions for making more than one hundred herbal combinations and explain the benefits of the medicines.

"Dr. Weil's Guide To Herbal Medicines" - With Compliments Of Self Healing! by Andrew Weil - Product Description - When used wisely, herbal medicines can play a key role in caring for your health naturally. In my experience, echinacea can head off a head and valerian can induce sleep just as effectively as overprescribed pharmaceuticals--with far fewer side effects. I am delighted to see more and more people turning to this gentler form of medicine to treat their everyday health concerns. Unfortunately, however, hype and promotinal claims abound in tis booming industry. Finding a trustworthy source of information on buying and using herbs responsibly can be a difficult task. I have prepared this guide to help you make the best choices possible in the confusing herbal marketplace.

Jude's Herbal Home Remedies: Natural Health, Beauty & Home-Care Secrets (Living With Nature Series) by Jude C. Todd - Product Description - Discover a simpler, more natural way of life. Pour yourself a cup of chamomile tea, find a quiet corner, and browse through the wealth of natural remedies, household tips, and beauty secrets presented in this tried and true guidebook. Now updated and expanded, Jude's Herbal Home Remedies offers more than 800 treatments, tinctures, tonics, and teas, using many easy-to-find herbs, as well as a comprehensive herbal index with over 200 illustrations.

"... her words ring with a voice of experience and common sense. She does not simply toss us a book full of symptomatic remedies and leave it at that. [She] takes a holistic approach to health and offers enough sensible reminders to make this book readable." - The Herb Companion

"This gentle, interesting book is a treasure chest of information on 'how to' heal, cleanse, rejuvenate, plant, gather, and prevent. I, for one, am happy to have this herbal in my pantry." - Sweet Fern

"Jude's Herbal Home Remedies is much more than just another book on the virtues of medicinal herbs. It is packed with information on natural and environmentally friendly concoctions that can save you hundreds [of dollars]." - The Growing Edge

From the Publisher - Would you like to save the world while you make your life better and put money in your pocket? Does this sound too good to be true? It's not. And the proof can be found in Jude's Herbal Home Remedies by Jude C. Williams.

So how can this book make your life better? Among the more than 800 remedies in this book are ways to quickly and easy perform tasks that used to take a long time. Need to clean some chrome? Don't go to the store for a cleaner when a lemon will do the job. Out of laundry bleach? Use vinegar instead. Did you forget the bug spray for your picnic? Just put some fresh basil on the table.

Can this really save you money? Absolutely. Think of all the cosmetics you use. Inexpensive, common products can replace them all, from lipstick to dandruff shampoo. And forget buying all of those expensive, over-the-counter medicines when the herbs and treatments listed in this book cost only pennies per dose.

How can the ideas in Jude's Herbal Home Remedies save the world? By using natural plants instead of dangerous pesticides and cleaners you will be preventing the pollution that is choking the planet.

Jude's Herbal Home Remedies shows you how to value tradition and use the best possible remedy for any reason. Often, that may be a plant in your back yard. You'll feel better, you'll have more money, and the planet will be safer when you get this book.


Natural Herbal Cures and Remedies - Product Description - This ebook covers all the necessary details on natural cures, mainly herbal natural cure. Whatever you want to know on the subject, you will get all the information in this ebook. After you finish reading the ebook, you will discover so many facts on herbs and herbal cures, which you were unaware of, until you read this ebook and also a lot of wrong notions you might have had, will be eradicated. Also, read the ebook carefully as it contains a lot of valuable information, which you can apply in your everyday life. This is an educative piece of information, yet adequate effort has been made to make as much reader friendly as possible. Happy reading!

Herbal Remedies: A Quick and Easy Guide to Common Disorders and Their Herbal Remedies by Asa Hershoff N.D. and Andrea Rotelli N.D. - Product Description - An essential reference to herbal remedies for the most common ailments.

Sharing twenty-five years of clinical expertise, Dr. Asa Hershoff has written a highly accessible and useful guide to hundreds of herbs and their uses for specific conditions. The book's unique format helps readers quickly assess health conditions. Margins on each page depict icons of body parts for very easy reference. An alphabetical listing of ailments provides information on each herb's source, dosage, and possible contraindications.

Integrating the best of herbal tradition and science, this authoritative book is an essential guide for tapping the healing power of herbs.

About the Author - Asa Hershoff, N.D., D.C., is a chiropractor, naturopathic physician, and homeopath with practices in Los Angeles and New York City.

Andrea Rotelli, N.D., is a naturopathic physician.


Herbal Healing for Women: Simple Home Remedies for Women of All Ages by Yoga.com - Product Description - This comprehensive and easy-to-use book about herbal healing for Women explains how to create remedies - including teas, tinctures, salves, and ointments - for the commondisorders that arise in different cycles of a woman`s life. Covering adolescence, childbearing years, pregnancy and childbirth, and menopause, RosemaryGladstar teaches how herbs can be used to treat the symptoms of conditions such as acne, PMS, morning sickness, and hot flashes. A complete women`s health-caremanual, Herbal Healing for Women discusses: common disorders and the herbs that are effective for treating them, how to select and store herbs, preparationof hundreds of herbal remedies, and an alphabetical listing of herbs, including a brief description of the herb, the general medicinal usage, and whennecessary, warning about potential side effects

Herbal Home Remedies & Cures For Your Health Problems by Jessica Kihara - Product Description - Are you tired of modern medicine letting you down? You may need to try some alternative therapies to get your health back. Discover everything you need to know about herbal remedies you can use at home to cure your conditions today.

Illustrated Guide To Home Herbal Doctor: How to make and use natural healing herbs and remedies, shown in over 750 clear and colourful photographs (The Complete Illustrated) by Jessica Houdret - Product Description - This is a practical, authoritative and safe guide to using herbs to help maintain general health and wellbeing. The appeal of using herbal remedies has been known for centuries and is growing in popularity.



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