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Immune Boosting Herbs

Immune Boosting Herbs
Please Share This Page: Top 20 Immune Boosting Herbs - image to repin / shareHerbs background pic © - Aside from keeping common colds and flu away, the immune system is your body's first and best defense against potentially lethal diseases like H1N1 and even cancer. [1] It is comprised of a network of cells and organs working together to defend the body against infection and sickness by producing secretions and disease-fighting cells. If the immune system weakens and malfunctions, imagine the host of diseases that can invade your system. Here are ten herbs which may be helpful in supporting your immune system. 10 Immune Boosting Herbs Echinacea Although some studies argue against its effectiveness, many studies continue to find evidence of Echinacea aiding to prevent and treat colds, flu and upper respiratory tract infections. Astragalus Panax Ginseng Garlic Ginger Cat’s Claw Oregano Turmeric Bell Pepper Bell peppers are considered as excellent immune system boosters. Related:  Medicinal plants & herbsAux

Bamboo Charcoal in Health and Medicine Bamboo charcoal is used in all manner of health and wellness, including medications, in particular, coal is used to rid the body of chemicals found when someone overdoses or reactions to other drugs. It can also be used to clean out food poisoning before the strike and the overall improvement of the quality of your health clean air and water, and improving circulation. medicinal properties of coal are known in the West now, but it is really only used for overdosed patients to clean out the damage by taking too many pills. It works by attaching itself microbes on the pill and keeping them to be flushed from the body later. You do not need to eat bamboo charcoal to its positive effects on your health though. Bamboo charcoal is only just beginning to make waves in the west, so you should get in on it soon before the specialty stores start jacking up the price! Order your bamboo charcoal today and enjoy its amazing health benefits for you and your family.

60 Herbs and Their Uses Agnus Castus Helps regulate progesterone levels in women, easing menopausal symptoms plus some menstrual problems such as breast tenderness and menstrually-related migraines and acne. Do not use if taking HRT. Aloe Vera Aloe gel is a wonderful skin treatment. Arnica Arnica cream helps with bruising. Anise Decoction of seeds with honey to relieve a cough. Basil Infusion to drink for migraines. Black Cohosh Regulates oestrogen production in women, helping with menstrual problems such as cramps, and useful during the menopause for reducing hot flashes and menopausal depression. Borage Stimulates the adrenal glands, useful in dangerous or stressful situations and for anxiety, depression and grief, giving us the courage to go on. Buchu Leaf Works as an antiseptic in the urinary system, relieving cystitis, thrush, prostate problems and all urinary tract diseases. Caraway Regulates menstruation and helps with cramps. Cayenne Relieves arthritis pain. Celery Sedative. Celery Seed Chamomile Flowers Chickweed

Don't throw away your sprouted garlic; it's a superfood (NaturalNews) First, let's clear the air on those "garlic is poisonous" rumors that a few hold, similar to the zealous "apple and apricot seeds are toxic" fear mongers. A little bit of knowledge is dangerous when it overlooks all the details of the complete picture. The disinformation fear mongers should all be ignored. Read why here. However, there is some truth about toxic garlic if you buy conventionally raised imported garlic. Some of that garlic imported from China was grown in human feces, according to an Australian report. There is an option. Sprouted garlic, older garlic bulbs with bright green shoots sprouting from their cloves, is commonly thought to be past its prime and routinely gets tossed into the garbage bin without a second thought. While some aging plant foods that begin to sprout, like potatoes, can actually be dangerous because they release toxic chemicals which can harm humans, that's not the case with sprouted garlic. Sources:

27 Medicinal Plants Worth Your Garden Space Please be sure to Join our email list and receive all our latest and best tutorials daily – free! We’ve discovered a fantastic article listing 27 of the top medicinal plants – together with details of their potential uses. These plants can be really handy to have around if you know their value. One thing I would suggest is to print out the full article (you might need to do a little copy-pasting and tidying up) and then keep the printout together with your first aid kit. If you need one of the remedies, the last thing that you want is to be surfing the web trying to remember the name of that web site that you discovered last year! We’ve all been there. We’ve summarized the list here with links to our own full length articles on the herbs. To this list I would certainly add Lavender, Rosemary, Garlic and Oregano! I Can't Help Showing This Off: If you haven't heard of Claude Davis yet do yourself a huge favor and watch this video. >>> Watch His Short Video <<< By Mike Westerdal CPT Is it...

Medicinal Qualities of Burdock Burdock Root contains a number of medicinal properties that have been used for hundreds of years. Traditionally herbalists all over the world use Burdock Root as a blood purifier. It is the root of the Burdock plant that is harvested for folk medicinal use. The roots are about an inch wide but up to three feet long and are best dug in July. They should be lifted with a beet-lifter or a deep-running plough, due to the long tap root. Burdock has been used by herbalists worldwide to treat a variety skin diseases such as abscesses, acne, carbuncles, psoriasis and eczema. Burdock Root contains polyacetylenes that gives the herb its antibacterial and antifungal properties. Decoctions of Burdock have also been historically used for soothing the kidneys, relieving the lymphatic system, rheumatism, gout, GI tract disorders, stomach ailments, constipation, catarrh, fever, infection, fluid retention and skin problems. Scrub the root with a coarse copper scouring pad, but don’t peel it.

Top 15 Most Powerful Medicinal Plants - NaturalON Photo credit: From marijuana to dandelion, there are literally hundreds, perhaps even thousands, of medicinal plants that contain powerful flowers, berries, leaves, stems, and roots that can help with almost any human health condition you can imagine. The following list of medicinal plants contains almost everything your local pharmacy does: anti-inflammatories, anti-fungal, insect repellants, expectorants, anti-bacterial, fever reducers, antihistamines, and even pain relievers. Mother Nature has provided us with everything we need, if we would only look to her and do a little investigation rather than pop over to the nearest drug store for some toxic, chemical-laden, side effect filled medications. Although there are many, many more plants that have healing and medicinal properties, we have compiled a list of the top 15 plants with the most powerful healing compounds that can be found on earth. 1. 2. 3. Until about 1915, cannabis was often prescribed by many doctors. 4. 5.

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Niyog-niyogan Herbal Medicine, Health Benefits, Side Effects, Preparation What is Niyog-niyogan Scientific Names: Quisqualis indica Common Names : Chinese honeysuckle (English) Rangoon Creeper (English) Niyog-niyogan (Filipino) Quiscual (Spanish) Madhu Malti or Madhumalti (Hindu) Radha Manoharam (Telugu) Shih-chun-tzu (China) Niyog-niyogan is a large climbing, woody shrub that is native in Southeast Asian countries including the Philippines, India, Myanmar and Malaysia. Niyog-niyogan is also one of the herbal plants endorsed by the Philippine Department of Health for its deworming property. Niyog-niyogan herbal medicine - Health Benefits According to Philippine Department of Health, Niyog-niyogan has the following folkloric health benefits. Expels Intestinal Worms and Parasites. Treatment of Inflammation of Kidneys, Niyog-niyogan fruits are believed to alleviate nephritis or inflammation of the kidneys. Remedy for boils and skin ulcers; Niyog-niyogan leaves are pounded and applied to externally to skin ulcers and boils. Remedy for Dysuria or painful urination.

You Could have Parasites and Not Know It! 12 Herbs that Kill Them Photo credit: Parasites are a fairly common problem, even in America. Most Americans think that there is no way that they could become infected. Well, yes and no. Even the CDC admits that many Americans are affected and are completely unaware of it. The staggering amount of parasites that can infect us is mind boggling, not including the harm that they can cause. It’s been estimated that about 1/3 of the general population is contaminated with some type of parasite. Don’t let some ugly little life sucking parasite take a hold of your body! 1. The Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Medicine and the Maryland Medical Center both state that studies show papaya seeds are a great way to get rid of parasites. 2. Diatomaceous earth is super effective at absorbing E. coli, viruses, endotoxins, methyl mercury, and pesticide and drug residues. 3. Garlic is the anti-bad whatever! Continue to Page 2

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Decoding the Secret Language of Food Expiration Dates Americans tend to harbor dark suspicions about that forgotten can of beans in the back of the pantry, far past its sell-by date. If you’re like most consumers, you probably just toss expired items on the better-safe-than-sorry principle (unless, perhaps, it’s a Twinkie). But there’s a good chance many aged food remains totally safe to eat, according to a new report (PDF) that blames the flawed food-dating system for tons of perfectly edible food getting wasted each year. While many consumers consider the dates printed on foods a hard deadline, they actually indicate maximum quality or freshness, not safety, explains David Fikes, vice president in charge of consumer affairs at the Food Marketing Institute (FMI), a food trade group. “Producers want people to have the best experience of product,” he says. While some of those products are donated to food banks, many end up in the landfill. • Pack date: This is the day the product was manufactured.