Tagged: Herbology

FEATURE: Feeling Frisky? Herbs For Fertility

FEATURE: Feeling Frisky? Herbs For Fertility

For thousands of years knowledge of the herbs and wild plants that could increase fertility were the secrets of the village wise women. But after the holocaust against European Wise Women (the “burning times”) and the virtual...

Varicose Veins

Varicose Veins

The veins of the body are like the arteries, however, the veins have little valves on their inner walls to prevent the blood from flowing backward, toward the arteries. If the valves are impaired, then blood circulation...

Diarrhea

Diarrhea

Diarrhea is a symptom of a deeper underlying cause. There are many causative factors. Acute diarrhea accompanied by fever and mucus or blood in the stool can be a sign of infection or the presence of parasites. No matter what you are dealing with, there is relief for you and better than that, there is healing for you.

Gynecomastia – Man Boobs

Gynecomastia – Man Boobs

Men of any age can be affected by this condition. Pubescent boys can develop this condition due to a fluctuation in hormones. The symptoms generally go away after puberty.

Throat Problems

Throat Problems

Throat problems often result from problems with the lymphatic system, mucous membranes, and/or inflammation (mucus), especially mucus. Physically, a swollen throat means that certain things in your body are taxed, particularly your spleen (which correlates to your...

Gout

Gout

A disease associated with an inborn error of uric acid metabolism that increases production or interferes with excretion of uric acid. Excess uric acid is converted to sodium urate crystals that precipitate from the blood and become deposited in joints and other tissues.

Plants as Healers and Teachers

Plants as Healers and Teachers

Plants are not only healers, but they are also teachers. Shamans are able to pierce the veil of the dimension that separates plants from humans and commune on the visible realm with the elements of plants. They...

Garlic: Does It Eat Up The Brain?

Garlic: Does It Eat Up The Brain?

A few herbalists have caused a great stir amongst many people in regards to the use and consumption of garlic, stating that garlic eats up the brain. It has numerous benefits if taken under the proper circumstances, healing from a disorder. On a long- term basis, used for cooking, I would be very cautious.

Colloidal Silver

Colloidal Silver

Colloidal silver is okay to take if a person is battling an STD, parasitic infection or a so-called virus. After using colloidal silver, one must detoxify to prevent an accumulation of silver from accumulating in the tissues of joints since the body cannot rid colloids on it’s own.

Moringa

Moringa

Moringa or Moringa oleifera is a miracle tree that grows wild in tropical and sub-tropical areas and is native to Africa, Arabia, India, the Caribbean and Pacific Islands. It is cultivated in Africa, India, Sri-Lanka, Mexico, the...

Poisonous Herbs

Poisonous Herbs

There are several poisonous herbs but they are not readily accessible in stores. Unlike pharmaceutical drugs, herbs are not fatal. Controversies Many herbs are banned as toxic or poisonous for political reasons. Some are banned because of...

Is The Female Menstrual Cycle Natural?

Is The Female Menstrual Cycle Natural?

Concurring with metaphysicists Rev. Phil Valentine (University of Kemetian Sciences) and Dr. Delbert Blair (The Meta Center), the female menstrual cycle is normal, but not natural. As the human body has the innate capabilities to adapt to...

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