Digestion

Calendula herb

by on 16/01/2013

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Historically, calendula was used as an antiseptic, to reduce inflammation, and to treat wounds and a variety of skin diseases.
Internally, the soothing effects of Calendula have been used for stomach ulcers and inflammation.
In the Middle Ages is was used to treat varicose veins and bedsores which were a more common problem.

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A diet for health

by on 08/01/2013

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If carrying out a detox at home, diet is crucial. What we eat is so important for us to say healthy.

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‘Sacred bark’ also known as Cascara Sagrada is a wonderful natural bowel cleanse and one of the best in the herbal kingdom for getting the colon into good habits.

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A natural progression from clearing clutter in your home is clearing the clutter inside your own physical body. People who collect clutter on the outside tend to collect it on the inside too, but whereas clutter on the outside can hamper your progress in life, clutter on the inside can have even more serious health-threatening or even life-threatening consequences.

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Colon cleansing can be great to use if you have constipation. The right herbal treatment will deal with the constipation effectively.

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Probiotics provide a very valuable supplement to help you to keep the bowel healthy.
Many different probiotics brands can be found on the health supplement market. As long as you buy a reputable brand, it will be most beneficial for your health to include one of these in your daily regime.

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Can scientists prove that colon cleansing is good for your health
Well… not really. In fact, they argue about it. You just have to look at the facts and make your own judgement.

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Post image for Milk thistle – the best herbs for the liver

In the last few decades, much research has been carried out in Europe on milk thistle . In some parts – Germany, for example, milk thistle has become one of the most used herbs.

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Barberry has been used in European and American herbalism to treat many conditions, especially infections and stomach problems. It has also been used to treat skin conditions.

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Post image for Dandelion – a gentle, effective liver herb

Dandelion has been used for centuries by herbalists for general detox. These herbalists particularly used dandelion for the liver Folk names for dandelion include lion’s tooth, bitterwort, wild endive, priest’s crown, doonheadclock, piss-a-bed, irish daisy, blow ball, yellow gowan, puffball, clock flower, swine snout, pu gong ying, fortune-teller, and cankerwort.

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