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AilmentsMs - What Grandma Knew - Home Remedies for Common Problems

AilmentsMs - What Grandma Knew - Home Remedies for Common Problems

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Seven Herbs that Lower Blood Pressure Content From The Web:Content From The Web:Content From The Web:Content From The Web:Content From The Web: Close This content has been recommended to you by Yavli. Best Remedy For Cholesterol And High Blood Pressure This remedy comes from the Amish people. They say that this remedy is able to cure many diseases and improve the immune system. The combination of the following components is very strong and it is unbelievable how effective it is. Ingredients: 1 clove of grated garlic1 tablespoon of lemon juice1 piece fresh grated ginger1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar1 tablespoon of honey

Tree Hugging Now Scientifically Validated Die hard conservatives love to disparage liberals as tree huggers, but it has been recently scientifically validated that hugging trees is actually good for you. Research has shown that you don’t even have to touch a tree to get better, you just need to be within its vicinity has a beneficial effect. In a recently published book, Blinded by Science, the author Matthew Silverstone, proves scientifically that trees do in fact improve many health issues such as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), concentration levels, reaction times, depression and other forms of mental illness. He even points to research indicating a tree’s ability to alleviate headaches in humans seeking relief by communing with trees. The author points to a number of studies that have shown that children show significant psychological and physiological improvement in terms of their health and well being when they interact with plants and trees.

Fire Cider Cold and Flu Remedy, by Rosemary Gladstar 6 Jan Our friend, Martha, posted this video on Facebook and David shared it with me. It combines a lot of things I’ve learned from various people along the way, including what the herbalist I apprenticed with in Seattle called “the triumvirate of herbs: garlic, onion and ginger.” I also made a truly yummy antibiotic this summer when I had that cracked, infected tooth: apple cider vinegar, raw honey and many, many cloves of garlic. It turned out to be a terrible remedy for an infected tooth, due to the acid-sweet combo, but it certainly clears up any cold or other illness that wants to hitch a ride.

Herbal Antibiotics Herbal antibiotics have long been used by herbal healers to ward off colds and flu, clear infections and speed wound healing. Now, they may be moving back into the mainstream as an alternative for bacteria that have become resistant to synthetic antibiotics. This post is based on the book “Herbal Antibiotics” by Stephen Harrod Buhner, and related materials. We’ll start with some background information and then discuss antibiotic herbs and their use. Note: Not all bacteria are harmful – many are essential to our health and well-being.

Natural Health Guide - Benefits of Gynostemma - Indigo Herbs Latin Name Gynostemma pentaphyllum Also Known As Gynostemma / Jiaogulan is commonly referred to in Western languages as jiaogulan, five-leaf ginseng, poor man's ginseng, miracle grass, fairy herb, sweet tea vine and gospel herb. I’m NEVER Going To Buy Cough Medicine Again… I Wish I Knew This YEARS Ago! If you have hard time dealing with stubborn coughs, this homemade remedy will surely bring you soothing relief. Pharmaceutical solutions contain heavy chemicals and unfavorable ingredients, including flavors, coloring and additives. These easy-to-make drops are made of very few simple ingredients, like organic raw honey, water, lemon, honey, ginger, and cloves. This recipe requires just a few simple steps of preparation and it is a strong aid against terrible colds. If you do not like adding sugar to your preparations, feel free to skip it and head onto preparing this cough remedy.

The Secret Link: Radiant Skin & Immunity One’s immunity for winter starts many months prior, in the spring and summer. According to Ayurveda, this is accomplished quite effortlessly by eating in line with each seasonal harvest. In short, nature’s prescription for optimal health, longevity and immunity starts right now, so don’t miss out! The Many Medical Uses of Silver Throughout History Dr. Tom O’Brien, Guest WriterWaking Times Medicinal use of silver predates recorded history, and can only be guessed. It is fairly certain, however, that the use of silver vessels for storing and carrying water made use of one of its important properties… which was that of destroying the water-borne bacteria and pathogens, thus allowing the water to remain purer for extended periods of time.

How Friendly Flora Reduce Inflammation Sunday, May 13, 2012 By: Byron J. Richards, Board Certified Clinical Nutritionist The importance of the healthy balance of foreign inhabitants within your digestive tract to your general health and well-being cannot be understated. New research shows that a type of friendly flora known as lactobacillus produces an enzyme called lactocepin, which can quickly degrade inflammatory messages within your digestive tract. Victor Shim, herbalist Grand Master Herbalist, Victor Shim was destined to greatness. His parents, Grandparents, Great-Grandparents and so on, down the line, were herbalists. He was born in East Malaysia and began studying at the age of 14 with the first of 3 Masters.

5 Natural Cough And Sore Throat Potions You Need This Winter Photo credit: We have yet to get tons of snow, but there have still been plenty of cold temperatures to go around. And if it hasn’t hit your area yet, there is a nasty cold and cough that is already making the rounds. 15 Great Uses for Tea Tree Oil I’m going to break it down in a simple, easy way – what are the best ways to use this phenomenal oil? From all I’ve read and heard, the uses for Tea Tree Oil are almost endless, so I’ll just give you a list of 15 of the top ways I think it’s great. And please feel free to share how you use it, too. I’m open for new ideas! 1.)