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Herbal Treatment for Pain, Causes and Prevention

  Pain is not a disease. It is merely a symptom. It means that a nerve has been irritated. The dangerous drug aspirin is probably the worst remedy ever foisted upon the public. Aspirin is a trade name. It is used to describe a substance known as acetylsalicylic acid. A coal –tar product. It is doubly dangerous because, in suppressing symptoms, it gives one a false sense that everything is...

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Polio disease symptoms, causes and prevention

Really health children do not get polio. Dr. Benjamin Sandler was of that opinion. He stopped a North Carolina polio epidemic by going to the newspapers and television with a special diet. Worried parents followed  his diet  faithfully. The polio cases dropped almost magically. Those who are interested may read for themselves Dr. Sandler’s book, Diet Prevents Polio, published by the Lee Foundation for Nutritional Research, 2023 W. Wisconsin Avenue,...

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Nervous, Stress, Tension and Poor diet causes and prevention

We are living in a nervous age. Stress, tension, worry and poor diet all contribute to  a case of the nerves.Good eliminations most essential in nervous conditions. Hot then cold fomentation to the spine are beneficial in nervous ailments. Followed by gentle back massage. Also hot packs held to the back of the neck help to relax. The nervous system is strengthened most by foods which give an alkaline reaction,...

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Herbs cure from Muscular dystrophy, Home Remedies

Muscular dystrophy now affects some 200,000 people or one person in 925. It is plain to research scientists that nutrition is the main factor in muscular dystrophy. Dys means, literally, imperfect or faulty nutrition. A depression of the potassium content of the body has been noted in most patients with muscular dystrophy. Herbs containing potassium are walnut leaves, mistletoe, chamomile, calamus, plantain leaves, eyebright, summer savoury, carrot leaves, fennel seed, comfrey...

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Herbal Home Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis.

Just what is the cause of  multiple sclerosis has not been fully ascertained. Eventually it may be proved to be a disease of malnutrition and best treated nutritionally. Non-civilized races do not have this disease. However, when they come in contact with the diet of civilization  they begin to contract multiple sclerosis. In multiple sclerosis patients there is an abnormal blood sugar level and a calcium deficiency. Excessive amounts of...

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Medicinal use Asparagus for Heart and Eye Diseases

With the revival of our inherent therapy of Ayurveda, one herb that is often sought after and largely inquired is ‘Shatavari’ or Asparagus. It is a decorative herb that adds to the beauty of gardens. Yet, at the same time, it is gifted with distinguished medicinal properties of being potent, energizing and revitalizing and greatly invigorating. The Latin name of the herb is ‘Asparagus racemosus’ and in the local language,...

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Peppermint Tea fight Bad Breath

Halitosis has far deeper origins than decaying food are maiming in the mouth or decayed teeth. When the bowels are toxic, the saliva contains indicate which causes bad breath. Bad berth can be caused when fats, stored in the tissues, pass into the bloodstream, circulate to the lungs and then escape in the form of gases. Also unpleasant gases, formed by offending substances you may have eaten, get into the...

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Deal Backache with Swamp root, Pumpkin seeds, Nettle, Tansy, Uva ursi, Buchu and Wood betony

Backache is one of the most prevalent and perhaps the most painful ailment. Low backache is a common complaint in the earlier stages of osteoporosis. In osteoporosis the bones are soft or porous and may be due to a shortage of calcium Backache may also be due to constipation, the self-poisoning from absorption of toxic substance from the bowel into the bloodstream. The resulting debilitating state of health robs bloodstream....

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Honey Syrup and Wild Plum Bark Tea-Best herbal remedy for Asthma

Asthma is caused by the system being filled with waste matter and mucous. It is recognized by occasional paroxysms of difficult breathing, lasting form a few hours to several days, coming on at intervals to be followed by remissions, during which the patient breathes with comparative case.  In the case of asthma, the diet should be plain; only raw fruits and vegetables should be eaten for five or six weeks....

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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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