Give your ANIMAL a bath you RETARDS!
* It depends. it has been speculated that if one is allergic to jojoba oil, then it is an allergen. * If there is a predisposition, anything under the sun, including the sun, can be an allergen.
try maca magic Hrt I would read about maca root and see what you think.
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A test is done, thyroid radioactive uptake, to see the size of the goiter. There is a possibility that the goiter will shrink without the need for surgery. The other removal method is surgery. Have a doctor determine these.
What is causing the upset stomach. If you are nauseas, cola or coke is good. So is ginger tea.
Ginger ale is good for soothing an upset stomach
Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) is a traditional medicinal herb, well known to the ancient Egyptians and Greeks and still widely used today. In ancient times it was a remedy for many ailments, including fever, melancholy, headaches, arthritis and digestive problems. Over the centuries feverfew's reputation for relieving headaches became it's most common use and in 1772 a renowned herbalist, John Hill, recorded that as a treatment for headaches 'this herb exceeds whatever else is known'.
Today feverfew is mainly used as a treatment for migraine. Herbalists regard it as an anti-inflammatory and accordingly believe it to limit the inflammation of blood vessels in the head. They also believe it to inhibit the release certain chemicals (serotonin and prostaglandins) which are said to aid the onset of migraines by causing the blood vessels in the head to spasm. It should be noted however that the migraine sufferer is advised to take feverfew for several weeks before any benefit can be expected.
The best treatment for the common flu is to start the moment you feel the flu coming on. For the first day, rest, take vitamin C, zinc** and an over the counter fever reducer like ibuprofen, aspirin (not for children 14 or under due to Reye's syndrome) or acetaminophen (use only as directed, can be liver toxic). Use zinc every four hours to a maximum of four (4) zinc tablets in one day. If the flu has not gotten remarkably better the next day, repeat the dosages and timing for all.
By the third day you should be up and around and in the recovery phase. At which time you take Vitamin C and zinc twice a day (morning and night) until the symptoms are gone. Once the flu is gone, stop taking the zinc.
To help maintain a healthy immune system, it is advisable to eat well, exercise regularly, get enough sunlight and in the flu season supplement your diet with extra vitamin C and echinacea. Follow the instructions for taking echinacea.
**Recent studies have shown that the zinc lozenges are more effective than taking oral zinc supplements for colds or flu, it is believed that it helps prevent the viruses from attaching as easily to the cells of the mucous tissue (this is how the viruses invade our bodies) since the lozenges coat the mucous tissue directly. Follow label directions.
Saw palmetto is generally recommended for men, since there is now documented medical evidence that it helps to reduce an enlarged prostate. But there are some other uses for it, although it should be noted that these uses have not yet been proved by scientific evidence. Among these uses, recommended by practitioners of alternative medicine, are some that might be useful for women-- reducing symptoms of asthma, reducing chronic pelvic pain, and reducing the pain of migraine headaches.
Pick herbs. Dry. Get a glass piece and a lighter. Look closely. Real close. Throw herbs and grind into pavement. Load glass with ''Tha Bomb'' smoke until your eyes are RED RED RED. ...R...E...P...E...A...T... as needed never as directed.
1. The prerequisite is he or she should be able to heal
2. The medicine given by him, if any, should have no or minimum side effects
3. He should not be heavy on patient's pocket.
Leaving aside all argument as to which is better, "modern medicine" and "conventional medicine" are the same thing. Homeopathic medicine is one of the alternatives to conventional modern medicine, or is part of "alternative medicine".
Doda paneer is a herb used to control blood sugar. It is easily available in Ayurvedic shops. Some 10 seeds like flowers of it should be soaked in water overnight and its extract should be taken early in the morning as a very first thing.
Willow (salix alba)
there are many herbs in ayurveda which works like aspirin for different popurse likeGinger Root For Muscle Pain,Epsom Salt Bath For Leg Pain,Cherries For Pain Relief, Buttermilk For Pre Menopause
St Johns Wort has the same affect as 5HTP,they are both precursors of serotonin. Serotonin being the precursor to Melatonin. Keeping it simple if you take melatonin then start on a low dosage 1.5mg-3mg taking . Larger doses not being analogous to being more affective. Also if your body is low in Melatonin then it will work. If you find you take it and it doesn't have the desired affect with in a short time then your body has enough Melatonin and is not the reason you are experiencing sleep problems and you don't need it. Also some people report experiencing depression and dark moods with melatonin this possibly due to the body not requiring the extra melatonin. It may be better to try supplementing them separately to see which works best. Some people do well on only 5HTP. It is interesting to note that 5HTP-serotonin are produced during the day ready to be converted when darkness sets to be transformed into Melatonin. Also there is a very strong connection with Vitamin D deficiency and insomnia and depression. Vitamin D is the Sunshine hormone so that would also be worth looking into. A deficiency in the daytime hormones or their precursors can affect melatonin levels. Just take note of how you react to each one separately and base your judgment on that.
I do not know about a herb, but I do know about a food which has been said to help tremendously with pain and discomfort -- more than the pharmaceuticals in fact. This food is red cherries; with 17 different antioxidants, they are very good for you in many ways. They are a natural cox-2 inhibitor which should help dramatically with the pain. When regular cherries are not potent enough, they can be purchased in concentrated form in most health food stores.
I don't know if you would consider this an "herb" but it IS natural. From personal experience I have found tea tree oil to be most helpful in removing my severe headaches because of cervical arthritis in my neck. I rub it wherever my neck is tender turn out the light and sleep like a baby. It hasn't failed me yet and I have used it at least 8 month. Yes it has a fragrance - sort of a wintergreen- but no one has ever mentioned it. It is so good to not wake up with a head ache!
Salai Guggul is known to be effective. A good product with a combination of Salai Guggul and some other herb is Arthrid. More information on www.sindor.com. My mom and uncle are on it.
Liver disease treatment and prevention, HIV treatment, lactation problems, gallbladder disorders, mushroom poisoning, and psoriasis.
There are so many advantages and disadvantages of using medicine. The advantages include treatment of medical conditions and reducing pains. As for the disadvantages, the chemical ingredients may harm some of the organs in the body which ends up creating total dependence on the medicine.
My urine turned bright red a day after I had St. John's wort tea, but I am not sure if it is the cause. I thought it was blood at first, and am still thinking of having it checked out by a doctor soon...unless someone can confirm my intuition.
lemon juice, coco butter, limes. Do this Twice a day for a week
Do you do all these at the same time? Or can you use each one separately.
Maca is a potent superfood with a 5,000+ year history yet has only been recently introduced to the Western world. Hailed as "Nature's Viagra" and "Peruvian Ginseng" maca has a lot to offer both genders of all ages, as well as boasting a wide and impressive range of nutritional properties. Read on for more information about this wonder food and how you can bring its potency and multi-faceted health benefits into your diet. What is Maca?
Maca (Lepidium Meyenii) is a tuberous perennial plant that grows high in the Andean Mountains at altitudes of between 11,000 and 14,000 feet. Color-wise it looks like a potato, but it is shaped like a large radish. It grows as a mat-like stem system. Its roots are the parts that are dried and stored and made into powder, which is how we buy it today. Maca facts * The Maca plant is related to the radish. * Maca is the only plant that can survive at this altitude because of the extreme weather conditions there - i.e. brutally hot temperatures by day and freezing cold temperatures by night. * Maca is technically an herb but is eaten as a food. * The root is approximately 8cm in diameter and of a pale white color. * Although it is perennial it is reproduced by seeds which require around 7-9 months for harvesting. Maca history * The Incas, a well-organized and developed Peruvian civilization, would eat Maca before battle for extra power and fierce strength. However, after battle they were prohibited from eating it to protect the conquered women from their powerful sexual impulses. * The messengers and couriers had to walk vast distances throughout the huge Incan Empire - for their efforts they received Maca from the Inca king. * The Spanish became familiar with Maca because of the conquest of the South American continent. They had found that their horses had become infertile due to the high altitude so the local population recommended that the Spaniards give mace to their horses - to excellent effect. Later they even collected their taxes in Maca, which they transported back to Spain. For reasons unknown, Maca fell into oblivion in Europe and only the Peruvians continued using Maca - until recently. * During the 1960's and 70's scientists carried out botanical research in Peru. They studied "the lost vegetation of the Andes" - one of these lost plants was Maca. In 1998 Dr. Qun Yi Zheng and his colleagues conducted an in-depth analysis of Maca, looking closely at Maca's nutritional properties (see later). * Today Maca's popularity is on the increase. Acreage in Peru is increasing every year to meet demand and a number of scientists have turned their attention to the root. In Europe, the USA and Japan dietary supplements containing maca are gaining increasing numbers of fans. Preparation In Peru, Maca is consumed in different ways: raw, baked or dried. Peruvians make cookies, tarts, hot porridge, chips and beverages with Maca. In Europe and North America Maca is mainly sold in dried powder form, which keeps safely and successfully for a number of years. Standard Maca Powder vs. Maca Extract Maca Extract is the most powerful form of Maca currently available. It is produced by juicing freshly-harvested Maca roots, and then drying the juice at low temperatures into a fine powder (More than twice the potency of regular Maca!). Standard Maca is made by first sun drying the roots, then grinding these roots at a low temperature. During this drying and grinding process some active components are inevitably lost. In Maca Extract the process is enhanced. First the roots are washed with pure water, then juiced. Afterward the juice is low-temperature dried in a proprietary process that retains nearly all of the actives present in the fresh root. And since it is dried at low temperatures the enzymes are retained as well. Once dried the powder is sifted so that only the finest particles make it through into the final product. Uses
Maca is not a medicine but rather a very nutritious food with medicinal properties that is found as an herbal supplement, juice and other presentations . It has been used as a food for thousands of years and is used primarily for: • Energy and stamina
• Libido stimulation/enhancement
• Memory improvement
• Anemia and depression (the treatment of)
• Adrenal restoration
• Raise low blood pressure or lower high blood pressure Research has shown that Maca improves sexual functioning in many ways. It is said to improve sexual performance, the frequency with which people have sex and even to significantly increase sperm count! In men Maca increases energy, athletic performance and stamina and regulates the hormonal balance and increases testosterone. It also acts as an aphrodisiac and fights erectile dysfunctions and impotency. It can also ease the problems of male menopause. Older people say that they feel younger while taking Maca. In women, Maca increases lust or the sexual appetite and is also said to increase fertility. Maca is well known as being a hormonal adaptogen, this means that in women the hormones are also regulated, leading to more stamina, vitality and the considerable easing of menopause and PMT (pre-menstrual tension). It is reported that Peruvian women never get hot flushes (or "flashes" as they are known stateside). Many women feel better after using Maca for just one week - it is the ideal natural replacement for H.R.T (hormone replacement therapy) and I know one person who I know for sure has completely eradicated previously crippling period pains and sickness that she thought only surgery could remedy. Nutritional properties The soil in which it grows contains huge amounts of minerals which make the Maca high in nutritional value. It is significantly high in potassium, calcium (higher levels than in milk), magnesium and iron. Dried Maca weighs in at about 60% carbohydrate, 9% fiber, and just over 10% protein. Its trace minerals include zinc, iodine, copper, selenium, bismuth, manganese and silica as well as B vitamins and an assortment of fatty acids. This is just the basics; research is being carried out all the time. In modern times two groups of novel compounds have been discovered - the macamides and the macaenes. These agents are believed to be directly responsible for Maca's sex-boosting powers. How to eat Maca As Maca is a food it should be taken in decent sized quantities - in this case less is NOT more! To be consistent with Peruvian use the ideal "dosage" is 3000 - 5000 mg per day - but more is no bad idea. A tablespoon blended into a smoothie is the quickest and easiest way to get a good amount of Maca into your daily diet. As it is a food and not a medicine, you cannot overdose. (Toxicity studies have been carried out in the US and have showed absolutely no toxicity and no adverse pharmacological effects). Maca has a malty taste to it which is fairly strong, for this reason it is best taken in a capsule or taken as part of a drink or mixed into your food rather than taken alone. Maca recipe Maca has such a strong taste that it's not always easy to find a way to take it in - but it's so worth it! This is a drink that's a great post breakfast drink or snack or one for late evening when it's too late to eat. Maca Milk
© Karen Knowler 2006
Serves 2 Ingredients: * 1 cup almonds* * 3 cups water * 1 level Tablespoon Maca powder* * 2 Medjool dates OR 2 tbsps agave nectar* Directions: # Place almonds and water in a blender and blend on high speed until nuts are completely broken and almond milk is created. # Strain the almond milk through a fine sieve or nut milk bag into a bowl or jug. Save pulp for a dessert recipe, for dehydrating into almond flour, or compost. # Rinse blender and add back in the strained nut milk. # Add the Maca powder and your chosen sweetener and blend. # Taste test for sweetness and add more Maca or dates or agave if required. # Serve and enjoy!
Calendula, arnica, hepar sulphur and silicea are some homeopathic remedies that are used in the case of a perforated ear drum. Hypericum is also recommended for pain,and arnica esp in the case of a rupture due to an injury. If there is draining, pulsatillia is often indicated. (Pulsatilla should not be used during pregnancy, as it stimulates the break down of mucous, and therefore would soften the mucous plug before it would naturally happen at the onset of labor.)Homeopathic remedies stimulate your body's healing responses; in effect encouraging it to do what it is meant to do. There are no side effects to these remedies; they can be used in conjunction with other medications, except steroids, which will render them useless. To determine what remedy is best suited to your individual case, you must take into account a number of factors and, after analysis, choose the remedy which best matches your situation.