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Common Herbal Remedies
« on: May 20, 2019, 06:17:40 AM »

People have been collecting herbs to use as medicine for centuries.  Many doctors claim however that taking herbs in place of your prescribed medication is not recommended. 

There has been a vast amount of information and testing with regard to herbal remedies.  Herbs like vitamins are good for your body and overall health.  Although the exact cause of why herbs have a positive effect on the body is not always known.  Usually, herbs need to be taken over a long period to receive the benefits to you health.

Listed below is information about some common herbal remedies.

Alfalfa has been known to be effective in healing ailments such as gas pains, pain and stiffness from arthritis and ulcers.  Alfalfa herb tea possesses no adverse components and is safe for all people including children.

For relief from upset stomachs, colds, bronchitis, bladder troubles, and jaundice, Chamomile is recommended.  This herb is also helpful in the regulating menstrual cycle's rheumatic pains, and headaches.  Chamomile has also been effective for babies with colic.  In addition, it can act as an insect repellent when used properly.

Dandelion increases activity in the pancreas, liver, and spleen and contains insulin substitutes.  Dandelion has a high vitamin and mineral content that is used for treating kidney and liver disorders, along with skin disease and loss of appetite.

Eucalyptus is a major ingredient in many commercial medicines such as cough and sore throat medications.  These plants also contain oils that are extremely potent antiseptics.  The oil may be applied locally on wounds, sores, and burns.  Eucalyptus can also be used as an insect repellent.

Ginseng has been used for more than 5000 years in the Chinese culture.  This herb strengthens the heart and nervous system.  In addition, it builds up a general mental and physical vitality and may be effective for treating colds, coughs, gout, diabetes, headache, and backache.

Hawthorn is known to cause the dilation of the coronary vessels. An improvement has been shown in patients and is helpful in insomnia. It has been used to treat high blood pressure when taken over a period of time.

A strengthening tonic for the entire system is Strawberry.  It is helpful with diarrhea, night sweats, liver complaints, gout, and jaundice.  Strawberry is used internally for weak intestines and is also used for enema.

The above herbal remedies listed above are general guidelines.  If an herb does not agree with you or if you feel adverse effects, discontinue using the herb.  The information contained in this article is not intended to replace the services of a physician.


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