7 Ways To Trigger The Heart Field – The Most Powerful Healing Force There Is. Source: www.preventdisease.com | Original Post Date: August 15, 2014 – Every cause of disease first begins with an imbalance in the body’s energy systems, specifically, the interaction between how the heart communicates with the brain and the body. Fix that and there is no disease, ever. The heart can produce an electrical field 100 times greater than the brain and a magnetic field 5000 times greater. Which one are you using to heal? Emotions are vibrations which influence consistently our reality. We not only think and work our way through a day, meeting, assignment, but also feel and believe our way through it.
The outcome depends on both. Simply put, the number one cause of health is your energetic and emotional state. All the emotions are varieties of two: fear and love: Fear/stress is contagious and causes contraction: inhibits creativity, brain activity, inhibits the immune system,selective perception and over extensive periods of time leads to breakdown. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. CURE FOR EBOLA VIRUS. Dr. Gail Derin studied the symptoms of Ebola Zaire, the most deadly of the three that can infect human beings. Dr. Vickie Menear, M.D. and homeopath, found that the remedy that most closely fit the symptoms of the 1914 "flu" virus, Crolatus horridus, also fits the Ebola virus nearly 95% symptom-wise!
Thanks go to these doctors for coming up with the following remedies: 1. If you are not in the U.S., you must locate your closed homeopathic practitioner and ask him or her to order these remedies for you from Hahnemann Pharmacy, (510) 327-3003 (Albany, California, a suburb of Oakland). If you're not sure where to find your closest homeopath, call the National Center of Homeopathy, (703) 548-7790, Take this article with you and let a homeopath read it and instruct you on how to use the remedies. During the Spanish influenza epidemic of 1918, eighty percent of the people treated with allopathic drugs died. This article appears in the forthcoming book by Dr. Copyright © 1996. Aromatherapeutic Cold and Flu Remedy - Natural Health. You know when a dreaded cold is coming on: Your throat and voice feel a bit scratchy, your nose begins to run, your eyes resemble those of a frog, your energy dips, you get the chills, and, in general, you feel like a blob.
Compound these symptoms with muscle aches, joint stiffness, occasional nausea and fever, and you’ve got the flu. According to my wise grandmother, influenza used to be called “bone fever” because you ache right down to your marrow and it hurts for someone just to touch you. When you want relief from your misery, instead of reaching for some chemical-filled pill or ill-tasting syrupy medicine that will just leave your brain feeling clogged, why not add the following remedy to your arsenal of natural cold and flu therapies? With its analgesic, antibacterial, antiviral and respiratory-soothing properties, it’s guaranteed to help ease symptoms and bring comfort so you feel better soon.
Surround Me in Comfort: Warming Bath Oil Feeling all stuffed up? 1 cup jojoba base oil. Turmeric Smoothie Recipe: a Tasty and Powerful Antioxidant. By Karen Foster Guest writer for Wake Up World If you wanted to create the perfect smoothie with anti-cancerous properties, potent anti-inflammatories, as well as anti-viral, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal constituents, look no further than adding turmeric. Although turmeric has a lightly bitter taste on its own, you won’t even notice it in this delicious healthy recipe. Health Benefits of Turmeric Who needs medication when nature gave us turmeric? Powdered turmeric has been used for centuries to treat a host of illnesses.
Curcumin, the natural pigment that gives the spice turmeric its yellow color, has increasingly come under the scientific spotlight in recent years, with studies investigating its potential health benefits. Turmeric has a slightly bitter taste, but by blending it with sweet fruit, you won’t even notice it in your smoothie. Ingredients: Add all ingredients into a blender and process until smooth. This recipe is best consumed in the morning on an empty stomach.
4 DIY Adaptogenic Herbal Tea Blends. FTC Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links which means if you make a purchase through one of these links, I may earn a small commission on your sale which allows me to cover a portion of the cost of running the Delicious Obsessions site and free content we provide every week. This has no effect on your price and is simply a cost of doing business from the company you purchase from. I only recommend products or services that I have personally tried and love. You can view it like leaving a tip. Thank you for your support! Over the last year, I have been doing a lot of experimenting and research on herbs. I have found the teas are the best way for me to get my herbs into my body. I love herbal tea and drink a lot of it every day, so it makes it a lot easier when I can tailor my teas to my own needs and tastes. If you’re new to adaptogens and want to learn more, check out my posts on the subject.
Tea recipes are super flexible, and nothing is set in stone. Basic Herbal Preparations. Coconut Oil Arnica Salve Recipe with Coconut Oil. Last fall, one of my recipes was featured on Health Impact News and CoconutOil.com. I wanted to share it here as well! Enjoy! One of my goals for health and wellness is to avoid using anything that contains petroleum products. Once you start paying close attention to the ingredients in many common hair and skin care products, you will find that there is almost always some form of petroleum product listed. Petroleum products harm your skin and your body, because they: Coat the skin like plastic wrap, disrupting the delicate acid mantle and the good bacteria that protect our skin from germs.
In addition, the 1,4-dioxane (which is not listed on ingredient labels), is a petroleum-derived chemical that is often found in sudsing items like body wash, bubble bath, and shampoos. Read the rest of the article here or here! Recipe Ingredients I get a lot of questions on the ingredients for this recipe, so here are my notes on that: 2 cups coconut oil Coconut Oil Arnica Cayenne Salve Tools Needed: Whisk. The Indigenized Winter Illness Survival Kit, By Linda Bishop-Jones. Stop it. No…seriously…put that disgusting, grape-flavored cough syrup down. Put it down! I know it’s difficult. I know your chest hurts and you are tired of spitting out thick, green mucous. I know you simply want to get some rest and feel like you are alive again. But that bottle you are grabbing will often do more harm than good. Repeat after me: “Store bought cough syrup is not the answer.” In my opinion, some the worst drugs we give to ourselves and our children are cough medicines – in particular, a class of cough suppressants with drugs like dextromethorphan.
I have often talked about the dangers of prescription and over-the-counter medications. Viruses, like the ones that cause the common cold and influenza, love cold weather. So what do we do during a long, cold winter when illness strikes us or our loved ones? Well, here is my guide to putting together your very own “Indigenized Winter Illness Survival Kit.” 1) Get a humidifier. As I stated above, viruses like cold, dry weather. How To Make An Herbal Home Remedy Kit. Share by Katie “Wellness Mama”-Wellnessmama.com Despite our best attempts to live a healthy and toxin free life, there are times when illness or injury strike. In some of these cases (like trauma) conventional medical treatment is certainly warranted and I’m certainly grateful that medical treatment is available if needed.
But what about the times when the illness or injury is not life threatening, but merely uncomfortable or limiting? While our first instinct (especially as parents) may be to get medication to mediate symptoms, there are often natural remedies that don’t interfere with the body’s own immune responses and which can help ease uncomfortable symptoms. Many of these natural remedies can also be used in the comfort of your own home, rather than having to take yourself or your ill or injured child to a doctor and expose them (and others) to more illness. Herbs in My First Aid Kit: Note: Almost all of the below herbs are available here and are good quality. Other Remedies: Gauze. Why Eating Sesame Seed Paste Tahini Could Save Your Life.
Cold and Cough Care from Mountain Rose Herbs. Mountain Rose Herbs is sponsoring a wonderful cold and cough care giveaway. Two lucky readers will win the herbal ingredients to make their own cold and cough care herbal remedies. One winner will receive the ingredients for Rosemary Gladstar’s “Cough-be-Gone and Sore Throat Syrup”, and the other winner will receive the ingredients for Cold and Flu Tea from Healing Naturally by Bee.
Cough-Be-Gone and Sore Throat Syrup Recipe In Rosemary’s book, she lists the ingredients as follows: 4 parts fennel seed 2 parts licorice root 2 parts slippery elm bark 2 parts valerian 2 parts wild cherry bark 1 part cinnamon bark ½ part ginger root 1/8 part orange peel To make 1 quart of herbal infusion, Rosemary recommend 2 ounces of herb mixture to one quart of water. To get roughly the right weight, I used 2 tablespoons fennel seed, 1 tbsp licorice root, 1 tbsp, slippery elm bark, 1 tbsp valerian, 1 tbsp wild cherry bark, 1 1/2 teaspoons cinnamon bark, 3/4 teaspoon ginger root and 1/4 teaspoon orange peel. Home Remedies for Coughs.
When cold and flu season hits, it’s nice to have an assortment of home remedies for coughs on hand to sooth sore throats. Most of these are suitable for coughs in adults or children. The honey, syrups and milk with butter would be most helpful for dry coughs. We’ve tried just about all of these at one point or another, depending on who’s coughing and what type of cough they have.
I hope you find them useful as well. Home Remedy for Coughs #1 – Honey and Cinnamon Pour some honey in a small container ( I used an 8 ounce mason jar) and mix in some cinnamon to taste. Home Remedy for Coughs #2 – Lemon Lemon helps to loosen and clear phlegm. Mountain Rose Herbs stocks many of the organic herbs listed in this post at affordable prices. If you purchase through my site, I receive a small affiliate payment. Home Remedy for Coughs #3 – Elderberry Syrup Home Remedy for Coughs #4 – Hot Tea Home Remedy for Coughs #5 – Slippery Elm Slippery elm is good for sore throats and sore bellies. Stop a Cold in its Tracks! What do you do if you come down with a scratchy sore throat, body aches, fullness in your sinuses or a runny nose? If you act fast and treat the cold aggressively, you may stop that cold or flu in 6 to 48 hours and never let it take hold. In this article I will discuss the Ayurvedic perspective on causes of colds, signs of your susceptibility, and some easy ways to safeguard your immunity.
In addition, you will learn some great tips to try in the event that you do come down with symptoms, plus a great homemade remedy that support the immune system to stop a cold in its tracks! Levels of Susceptibility – Know the Signs Here’s a rundown of how a cold takes hold, according to Ayurveda, and how it progresses: 1. 2. 3. 4. Addressing the Cause Contrary to popular belief, the Ayurvedic view maintains that bacteria and viruses are not the true causes of a cold or flu, and that killing the bacteria or virus, while it may be necessary, will only offer symptomatic relief.
Don’t Dry Out Here’s a summary: How To Make Your Own Aloe Vera Gel. Share With so many benefits, many people have used aloe vera in herbal medicine. But how do you ensure you’re using the freshest aloe vera? Here’s the good news – it is possible to easlily make some DIY aloe vera gel. With this, you can enjoy the many benefits of aloe vera and you know it’s fresh and potent. Making aloe vera gel at home couldn’t be any easier if you have a mature aloe vera plant.
So first what you need to do is cut off some leaves from the aloe vera plant. Here’s what the resin looks like: After the resin has drained, wash the leaves and start peeling off the thick skin of the aloe vera leaves with a knife, leaving you with the transparent gel. Place the gel into a blender and also add a few drops of either grapefruit seed extract, vitamin C powder, vitamin E oil or some essential oil to help preserve the gel for longer period. (12) Facebook. How to Naturally Prevent and Treat Insect Bites. By Dr. Mercola Summertime calls most of us to spend time outdoors. Alas, bugs can be a real buzz-kill at best, and carriers of disease at worst. Additionally, most commercial insect repellants contain a chemical known as DEET, which should be used with caution, if at all. Many studies have found DEET to have harmful effects. Fortunately, there are plenty of tricks to keeping biting bugs at bay, and they don't involve applying toxic chemicals to your skin. There are also many natural remedies that can help take the sting out of your insect bites, should preventive methods fail.
The Most Common Offenders... The featured article in Medical News Today1 offers an excellent and extensive overview of a wide variety of bug bites, their signs and symptoms and potential side effects, which can range from mild to severe (allergic reactions): "When insects bite they release a form of saliva that can cause inflammation, blisters and irritation. Simple Preventative Measures to Avoid Mosquito Bites. 12 Ways to Get Rid of Gas & Bloating.
Share Let’s be straightforward. This is a page about gas, so, that’s what it’s going to sound like it’s about. No dancing around the subject matter, no putting things tentatively, no shame, no giggling…ok a little giggling is fine. Call it whatever, gas, toots, breaking wind, farting, flatulence, air attack, the nether belch-we’re all referring to the same uncomfortable situation that crops up at the worst time-during a test in a silent room, or in a crowded elevator. Usually harmless, intestinal gas can be uncomfortable in more ways than one, and is a symptom rather than an illness itself. Because there are so many possible causes there are many ways to treat it, and you can usually find relief with simple natural remedies. 1. Peppermint is great for soothing churning stomachs and easing gas pains. You will need… -1 bag of herbal peppermint tea -1 cup or so of freshly boiled water Steeping tea seems like something that’s simple enough, but there’s a proper way to go about it. 2. 3. 4. 5.