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Physical Ailments


Headaches

 

A headache is the term used to define any kind of ache or pain that occurs in and around the head, or even in the upper neck. Headaches may occur independently, in the sense that they are unconnected to any health condition or disease, or they may at times occur as a symptom of some disease. All of us experience headaches at some point or the other and it is in fact one of the most common complaints and also the most widely treated with home remedies and   . . .  Read More >>

Headaches

Cold or Flu

 

If you’re unfortunate enough to catch a cold or flu this season, here are some strategies to minimize symptoms and shorten their duration. Take a contrast shower. At the first sign of a cold or flu, give yourself one of these. The sooner you do it, the more effective it is! This treatment increases the number of circulating white blood cells and can ward off a full-blown infection.   Read More >>

Cold or Flu

Back Pain

 

As children, we often overheard our grandparents complain of back aches and back pain, and so we tend to associate back pain with old age. However, back pain isn’t necessarily a sign of aging and it can afflict just about anyone because of the various possible causes of back pain. You may need to use more than one treatment method for back pain and this will depend almost entirely on the cause of the pain and the nature of the injury.  Read More >>

Back Pain

Arthritis and You

 

Almost everyone has heard of arthritis, but what is it exactly? How do people get it? Is it just a symptom of old age, or can it be prevented? If you have it, is there anything you can do? The word “arthritis” literally means joint inflammation, and its major symptom is joint pain. According to the Arthritis Foundation, arthritis affects some 70 million Americans (one out of every three people), and is the reason behind 39 million doctor visits and over a half million hospitalizations. As you can see, this is a hugely widespread disease.  Read More >>

Arthritis and You

Osteoporosis

 

The meaning of the term ‘Osteoporosis’ originates from ‘Osteo’ meaning bone, and ‘porosis’ implying thinning or becoming more porous. Hence, osteoporosis literally means ‘thinning of bone’. Medically, Osteoporosis is a disease of bone in which the bone mineral density (BMD) is reduced which means one has a low bone mass and deteriorating bone tissue. In simple words the bones become thin, brittle and may be easily broken.  Read More >>

Osteoporosis

Multiple Sclerosis

 

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a particularly difficult chronic progressive neurological disease. About 400,000 people in the US alone have the disease, according to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. MS is most often diagnosed between twenty and forty years of age, striking women about three times more often than men.i MS patients have recurrent attacks on their nervous system and gradually lose their ability to walk or to see.  Read More >>

Multiple Sclerosis

Gout

 

Gout is a type of inflammation of the joints and swellings of a recurrent type. Gout is chronic in character and occurs in acute attacks. It is a disease that generally affects men; however, it also seen in post menopausal women and those who over-indulge in alcohol consumption. Gouty arthritis is another very painful condition that would require immediate treatment.  Read More >>

Gout

High Blood Pressure

 

Hypertension or high blood pressure, as it is more commonly known, is regarded as a silent killer. It is a disease of the modern age. The fast pace of life and the mental and physical pressures caused by the increasingly industrialized and metropolitan environments have a role to play in the rise in blood pressure. The heart is responsible for pumping blood through the arteries to the various organs and parts of the body. The pressure that is exerted on the walls of the arteries with the passage of blood is what is defined as blood pressure.  Read More >>

High Blood Pressure

High Blood Cholesterol

 

Cholesterol, a yellowish fatty substance, is one of the essential ingredients of the body. Although it is essential to life, it has a bad reputation, being a major villain in heart disease. Every person with high blood cholesterol is regarded as a potential candidate for heart attack or a stroke.  Most of the cholesterol found in the body is produced in the liver. However, about twenty to thirty per cent generally comes from the food we eat. Cholesterol is measured in milligrams per 100 millimetres of blood. The normal level of cholesterol varies between 150 - 200 mg per 100 ml.  Read More >>

High Blood Cholesterol

Diabetes and You

 

According to the American Diabetes Association, 6.2 percent of the population has diabetes, with one third of the people (5.9 million) unaware that they have the disease. What is Diabetes? Diabetes is a chronic health problem that involves abnormally high blood sugar levels. The foods you eat, through digestion, break down into tiny particles. Some of the foods, such as carbohydrates, are broken down into particles of sugar. . .  Read More >>

Diabetes and You

Hemorrhoids

 

Hemorrhoids, also commonly referred to as piles, are a very common problem, affecting thousands of men and women in the United States. They can be described as a condition in which veins in the lower rectum and anus that have become swollen and inflamed. During a bowel movement there is some amount of pressure exerted on the region and in some individuals a greater amount of pressure could be exerted for various possible reasons. Such individuals are more likely to suffer . . .  Read More >>

Hemorrhoids

Wounds and External Ailments

 

Use eucalyptus oil, potatoes, and even cabbage to treat wounds, boils, scar tissue, and pain on the skin. Cabbage: Use cabbage to help heal insect bites, burns or boils, and varicose veins. A dressing of crushed cabbage leaves, promptly applied, relieves pain, speeds healing, and draws out infection. Wash the wound with boiled water and apply a dressing of crushed cabbage. Renew daily until the healing is complete. For more serious wounds, . . .  Read More >>

Wounds and External Ailments

Muscle and Bone Pain

 

Arthritis, gout, sore muscles, and aching bones can be remedied with simple and inexpensive plant-based treatments. Cabbage: Cabbage well chopped and wrapped in muslin can be applied to painful areas. A cabbage hot compress will offer much relief for the following ailments: muscle aches, sciatica, neuraglia, rheumatism, arthritis, migrainesEucalyptus: Bathe sprained or aching body parts with hot water or apply a warm cloth to open the pores. Spray V-VAX eucalyptus oil on the areas and massage well for at least one minute. . .  Read More >>

Muscle and Bone Pain

Kidney Stones

 

The problem of kidney stones arises because of the crystallization of certain chemicals or minerals in the urine giving rise to different types of kidney stones like uric acid kidney stones or calcium stones. At the time of formation these kidney stones are actually miniscule, smaller than a grain of sand, and may cause no visible symptoms at all. But they tend to grow larger over time reaching up to a tenth of an inch or even larger. The size of the kidney stones however is not always as much of a concern as would be the location of the kidney stones.  Read More >>

Kidney Stones

Obesity

 

Obesity is a physical condition that results from excessive storage of fat in the body. Obesity has been defined as a weight more than 20% above what is considered normal as per the body mass index, which is calculated from an individual's age, height, and weight. Presence of fat tissue is essential as natural energy reserve in our bodies. But excess fat tissues result in obesity and causes health disorders. Obesity is measured by: Body Mass index (BMI), Waist Measurement and Combined Measurements .An obese person carries the increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes, . . .  Read More >>

Obesity

AIDS

 

According to global statistics from the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Joint United Nations program on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), over 37 million adults and 2.5 million children were living with HIV at the end of 2003. Nearly 95% of these sufferers come from developing nations, and a shocking 65% are Africans. Sadly, the rate of those newly infected with HIV in most developing countries is increasing. This is largely because of illiteracy and cultural attitudes . . .  Read More >>

AIDS

Diseases & Herbal Remedies

 

A quick alphabetical guide on Diseases & Herbal Remedies; from - ABSCESSES/BOILS - to - YEAST. Very useful information for those who prefer natural remedies: -  ABSCESSES/BOILS- Green Clay (Internally & Externally), Swedish Bitters Extract (Internally & Externally), Living Green Energy, Swedish Bitters Salve & Soap, Chlorophyll Liquid, Acerola Chews or C-Blast, Ultra Fighter. ACID REFLUX- Green Clay, Colon Clear, Living Green Energy, Swedish Bitters Extract, Charcoal, Chlorophyll Liquid.  ACNE- Green Clay (Internally & Externally), Swedish Bitters Extract, E-Complex, . . .  Read More >>

Diseases & Herbal Remedies