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Exercise, Rest, Relaxation, Proper food, Vitamin and Minerals are good therapy for Arthritis

Arthritis is an inflammation of the connective tissue in the joints. Pain is not the disease itself. It is the result of a long standing nutritional imbalance. Our modern, improper diets and stresses encourage the formation of toxins in the digestive tract. At one time teeth, tonsils and appendix were removed because they were thought to be the source of toxins that caused arthritis. However, when arthritics still had their...

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Faulty diet causes Appendicitis

  Constipation is one of the causes of appendicitis, which of course, is due mostly to a faulty diet. In the case of appendicitis, the first thing to do is to give an enema, using either a small amount of baking soda or a herb tea. This will often relieve the pain. For an herbal enama, use either spearmint or catnip. Apply hot and cold packs alternately in the region...

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Herbs and Food that Restores Liver’s Functioning

The liver is the largest and one of the most important organs of the body. It serves as a regulator of the body. The bile which it produces is to the intestines what the gastric juice is to the stomach. The work of the liver is important to the entire body. The relation of the kidneys and liver is important in the elimination of   waste The liver is the control...

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Herbal Tea and Proper Diet is the Best Answer to Gall Bladder Trouble

The chief function of the gall bladder is the collection and storage and concentration of bile which comes from the liver. Removal of the gall bladder is a common practice. You can get along without a gall bladder, but digestion will never be the same. Bile is used to emulsify fats and oils. The body cannot use fats unless they are emulsified. When the gall bladder is removed, much of...

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Herbs  Recommended in Kidney and Bladder Disorders-Swamp Lily Root, Marshmallow Root, Cheese Plant, Buchu Leaves, Corn Silk, Juniper Berries and Wahoo Bark

The main work of excerption is performed by the kidneys. The kidneys are blood purifiers. When the urine analysis shows albumin, it is evidence that the kidneys are involved. Kidneys may be slowed up by protein-rich and uric-acid forming foods, by irritating acids caused by colds and by weakness and fatigue. Worry, overwork, wrong food and drink cold and exposure put a strain upon the kidneys. To clear up sluggish...

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High Blood Pressure Therapy

High blood pressure is the body’s danger signal that there is trouble ahead. What causes high blood pressure or hypertension, as it is called professionally, is still a medical mystery. There are many theories advocated. Experiments point to an insufficient blood supply to the kidneys. Overweight is also said to be a cause of high blood pressure. It is also thought to be a loss of harmony within the circulatory system....

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Home Remedies for Hiccoughs

Sipping water slowly is an old remedy for hiccoughs. Tea made of the dill plant given in teaspoon doses is also said to be good. Often a few mint leaves well chewed will stop hiccoughs. Caraway tea is also said to be beneficial. Pineapple juice is also helpful. Cases of hiccoughs have been helped with water-melon seeds (tea) after all other remedies failed. Pressure for two or three minutes on...

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Relieve Fever with Herbs and Tea

When the body is filled with waster matte, fever is nature’s way of burring up the impurities. It acts as a germ killer and enables the body to rid itself of any ailment. In Central America and Mexico a plant grows which is known as fever flowers. The natives call it “Jamaica” it is used in that part of the country to allay fever. The flower petals make a delightful,...

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