Medicinal uses of Althea in Diarrhea and Dysentery

Althea: Althea Officinalis, Mallow Family, marshmallow    Part used: Root Emollient, demulcent, pain – soothing As a douche for irritation of the vagina. Bathing inflamed eyes. In making poultices. Irrigate diarrhea or dysentery. Dried root may be chewed and the saliva swallowed for soothing inflamed bladder or kidneys and all mucous membranes.

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Medicinal use of Aloes in Stomach, Liver, Kidneys, Spleen and Bladder problems

Aloes: aloes Vera, aloe Socotrina Part used: Leaves Cathartic, stomachic, aromatic, emmenagogue One of the best herbs to clean out the colon, promote menstruation when suppressed. Will expel worms after several doses. Start with small dose when used as a cathartic. Cleans morbid matter from the stomach, liver, kidneys, spleen and bladder. Excellent for burns, radiation burns, cuts and bruises. For singers and speakers, clears throat. Merely cut one –quarter...

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Medicinal uses of Alfalfa in Diabetes, TB, Jaundice, Neuralgia, Insomnia, Nervousness,Lumbago, Hardening of the arteries, Dropsy, Prostatitis, Anaemia, , Skin eruptions and Poor complexion

Alfalfa: Buffalo herb, Lucerne Alfalfa is one of the rashest land- grown sources of sub- nutritional trace food minerals. The deep feeder roots go down deep into the soil, fifty feet and more, to bring those much needed trace minerals. Most food plants are shallow surface feeders. Alfalfa is considered one of the best sources of iron, magnesium, phosphorus, sulphur, sodium potassium, chlorine and silicon. It is particularly rich in...

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Medicinal uses of Golden Seal in Cold, Flu, Stomach,Liver Trouble ,Eczema, Ringworm, Erysipelas, any Skin disease

Golden seal: Hydrastis Canadensis Part used: Root Laxative, tonic, alterative, detergent, opthalmicum , ant periodic aperients, diuretric, antiseptic, deobstruent .   One of the best remedies in the whole herbal kingdom. Excellent for colds, ‘flu, stomach and liver trouble. Exerts a good influence on all mucous membranes. Excellent for open sores, eczema, ringworm, erysipelas, any skin disease. In small doses, will allay nausea during pregnancy. Equalizes circulation. Combined with skullcap...

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Herbal Home Treatment for Tuberculosis

  When the system is nutritionally perfect, tubercle bacillus or any other germ can have no effect on a person. A Californian doctor supplemented the diet of twenty terminal cases in an out-clinic experiment with natural foods. Many were started back to health in one year’s time. Calmette Guerin, an anti-tuberculosis vaccine has not proved effective. It has been suggested that babies be inoculated with BCG as a matter of...

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Herbal Home Remedies for Bites and Stings

There are certain odours and substances which most insects dislike. Oil of citronella, oil of citronella, oil of geranium or oil of eucalyptus are useful for rubbing on exposed parts of the body. For bee stings, remove the sting and apply bruised green leaf of plantain. Relief is almost instantaneous. For bee stings, wet soap, moistened baking soda or weak ammonia. For wasp stings, use vinegar or lemon juice. Raw...

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Herbal Home Remedies for Skin Problems

Skin Problems Ringworm of Impetigo Peroxide applied to either ringworm or impetigo is effective a salve made by mixing powdered sulphur and lard together and adding one teaspoon of lemon juice is also good. For internal use drink a tea made from golden seal, hops bone-set or plantain. Erysipelas For erysipelas, bathe parts with a solution made with golden seal, lobelia, burdock, yellow dock and myrrh. Powdered slippery elm bark...

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Herbal Home Treatment for Prostate Trouble

  The prostate is a male sex gland. After middle – age it is a potential troublemaker. After middle-age, more than 60% of all men experience prostate trouble. Much of this distress can be overcome. There are men who have defeated surgery by adopting better nutritional habits. The fat-soluble vitamins seem to be associated with the health of the prostate. Modern medical science has not been able to find a...

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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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