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600 Reasons Turmeric May Be The World's Most Important Herb

600 Reasons Turmeric May Be The World's Most Important Herb
There is a medicinal spice so timelessly interwoven with the origins of human culture and metabolism, so thoroughly supported by modern scientific inquiry, as to be unparalleled in its proven value to human health and well-being. Indeed, turmeric turns the entire drug-based medical model on its head. Instead of causing far more side effects than therapeutic ones, as is the case for most patented pharmaceutical medications, turmeric possesses hundreds of potential side benefits, having been empirically demonstrated to positively modulate over 160 different physiological pathways in the mammalian body. While no food or herb is right for everyone, and everything has the potential for unintended, adverse side effects, turmeric is truly unique in its exceptionally high margin of safety vis-à-vis the drugs it has been compared with, e.g. hydrocortisone, ibuprofen, chemotherapy agents. Some of the most amazing demonstrated properties include:

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Oregano - TruthWiki The warm, balsamic and aromatic flavor of oregano makes it the perfect addition to Mediterranean and Mexican cuisines. This popular herb whose name means “mountain joy” is available throughout the year. Oregano is known botanically as Origanum vulgare and is called wild marjoram in many parts of Europe since it is closely related to the herb that we know as sweet marjoram. It is a small shrub with multi-branched stems covered with small grayish-green oval leaves and small white or pink flowers. In Mediterranean climates oregano grows as a perennial plant, but in the harsher climates of North America, they grow as annuals. Health Benefits of Celery Celery is an alimentary herb as well as a special medicinal plant. Celery leaves are used for spicing up foods and drinks such as cocktails. The volatile oil extracted from this vegetable can be used for medicinal purposes as well as an ingredient for various perfumes.

Hemp: Uses and Cures... Ghee and Herbal Extract Recipes Included! By Yolanda Bertaud Guest Writer for Wake Up World Hemp, Cannabis sativa, is one of the world’s oldest sources of food and medicine, with a history that dates back at least ten thousand years. Natural Plant Bandages are Antibacterial and Better than Store Bought Photo credit: bigstock.com Many people don’t realize that Mother Nature provided us with common herbs, fruits, and plants that have their own antibacterial compounds to fight bacteria and other pathogens. Did you think that man created antibiotics? We may have perfected a few, but the original antibiotics come from Mother Nature. Crushing herbs or plants into a liquid or using them to make a natural salve is the best option.

VIDEO: Amazing Cure Of Terminal Breast Cancer With Turkey Tail Fungus VIDEO: Amazing Cure Of Terminal Breast Cancer With Turkey Tail Fungus Paul Stamets is one of the world’s foremost experts on fungi and his astonishing work is so groundbreaking that he has even been called “a man who could actually save the world”. In addition to discovering diverse applications for fungi including the cleanup of radioactive contamination, he is also involved in two NIH-funded clinical studies on cancer and HIV treatments using mushrooms as adjunct therapies. In 2009, Paul’s 84 year old mother was given less than 3 months to live after her breast cancer metastasized (spread) throughout her body.

Dandelion Please Share This Page: Other names for Dandelion, past or present: English - Swinesnout, Dashelflower, Pissa-bed Latin - Taraxacum officinale; also Taraxacum Leontodon, Dens LeonisFrench - Dents de LyonGerman - Löwenzahn. (Pfaffenblatt, Runnichstopff - archaic)Dutch - PapencruytSpanish - Diente de LionItalian - Dente di Cane, Piscia al letto Turmeric is a Potent Inflammation and Cancer Fighter: How Much You Should Take & How Often – REALfarmacy.com By Deane Alban Historically, spices are treasured for the unique flavors they bring to food and for their healing properties. Most spices provide some health benefits, but one spice that shines for its medicinal benefits is turmeric. You may have seen turmeric in the news as a potential treatment for diseases as diverse as arthritis, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, psoriasis, and Alzheimer’s. But does this spice live up to its press?

The Top 8 Cooling Spices for Summer 12th August 2015 By Dr. Edward Group Guest Writer for Wake Up World Rosemary - an excellent aid to digestion. Rosemary is a fragrant shrub well known for its distinctive aroma. There are several varieties that can be identified by its evergreen needle-like leaves with spikes of pale blue or lilac flowers which bloom from spring to summer. The plant is a symbol of love and fidelity and in medieval times was used at weddings. According to legend, if a man does not like the smell of the herb, he will be a lousy lover! Traditionally, it was used medicinally to strengthen memory.

Gather rose hips for health by Gail Butler Vitamin C-rich rose hips can be found in dried form in most health food stores, but why not gather your own? You'll save money and you'll know where they came from and the conditions in which they grew. Furthermore, you'll be adding to your own self-sufficiency by locating and gathering a nutrient-dense food source to nourish yourself and your family. Growing along the main irrigation canal in the small farming community where I live are hedgerows of wild roses. In spring they produce lovely pink blossoms. As the petals fade, a green hip, or hypanthium, begins to swell at each blossom's base.

Could turmeric really boost your health? Image copyright iStock Bold health claims have been made for the power of turmeric. Is there anything in them, asks Michael Mosley. Turmeric is a spice which in its raw form looks a bit like ginger root, but when it's ground down you get a distinctive yellowy orange powder that's very popular in South Asian cuisine. Until recently the place you would most likely encounter turmeric would be in chicken tikka masala, one of Britain's most popular dishes.

Flowers Used in Chinese Herbal Medicine 25th October 2015 By Dr. Joseph Mercola Guest Writer for Wake Up World Herbal therapies are an integral part of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). While there are 5,767 substances defined in the Encyclopedia of Traditional Chinese Medicinal Substances, a typical practitioner may routinely use between 200 and 600. How to Treat Migraines with an Herbal Tincture at Home ~ A Recipe Lemon balm (Melissa officinalis) abounds in my garden! It is one of the most easy to grow medicinal herbs and has some pretty amazing healing properties…making it a great addition to the home pharmacy. Historically, lemon balm has been used to treat all kinds of nervous system ailments and is known for it’s ability to: calm an irritable child.act as an antiviral in treating cold sores due to the herpes virus.heal wounds and protect the skin.treat the symptoms of the common cold and flu when combined with other medicinal herbs.relieve the symptoms of migraine headaches, anxiety, depression, and insomnia.

California Poppy Seed As Effective As Prescription Pain Killers - eVitamins.com Living with chronic pain can be a daily struggle. On top of the physical discomfort, there is the endless cycle of medication. Prescription pain medications can also become addictive, posing additional health risks when taken in excessive doses for extended periods of time.

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