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Cat’s Claw

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Cat’s Claw

Cat’s Claw Cat’s claw has been used for different kinds of digestive system disorders, this includes swelling and pain (inflammation) of the large intestines, the lower bowel, the stomach lining and leaky bowel syndromes. Cat’s claw has chemicals that can help stimulate the immune system and fight off viruses. Inflammation will fade with this substance.   Echinacea, Goldenseal, Pau d’ Arco, Red Clover, Yucca Echinacea, Goldenseal, Pau d’ Arco, Red Clover, Yucca Echinacea, Goldenseal, Pau d’ Arco, Red Clover, and Yucca can all help ease you of your inflammation. Let’s look at a brief description of each: Echinacea: Echinacea is a North American cornflower. It’s commonly used in herbal medicine, largely for its antibiotic and wound-healing characteristics Goldenseal: Goldenseal is a woodland plant belonging to the buttercup family and is also used for treating the common cold and other upper respiratory tract infections, including stuffy nose and hay fever. Others use this for digestive disorders such as stomach pain and gastritis. Pau d’ Arco: Pau d’ Arco is a tree with an extremely hard wood and is used to make medicine; the bark can also be used for the same reason. Aside from curing inflammation, Pau d’ Arco is also used for diabetes, ulcers, asthma, joint pains and wounds. Red Clover: Red clover is a plant and its flower tops are often used to make medicine. It’s used for a myriad of conditions; however, so far, there isn’t enough scientific evidence to identify whether it’s effective for any of them. But, it’s been said that red clover has worked for curing inflammation. Yucca: Yucca has been used as a food source and has been utilized to make daily necessities. However, it’s also been used as a remedy for a couple of health conditions, an example of which is for inflammation. It’s mainly because of the fiber, antioxidant and saponin properties it has that it can combat inflammation.   Cat’s Claw – Cancer Cat’s claw is commonly used in treating conditions like inflammation, dysentery, fevers, stomach ulcers and even arthritis. According to the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, cat’s claw has also been used to support the immune system, help prevent pregnancy abortion and promote kidney health. However, the center also states that there’s not enough scientific evidence to validate its effectiveness for any health conditions. One way to get cat’s claw into your system is by making it into a tea. Here’s what you need to do: Boil up to 10g of root bark in 8 oz. of water for 15 minutes Strain the tea and allow it to cool You may drink the tea up to three times on a daily basis   Cat’s Claw – Cancer and Tumor Growth/Malignant Tumors The top cancer clinics in Mexico specialize in transforming cancer patients into cancer survivors in a couple of weeks by using natural, non-invasive, alternative treatments, one example of which is cat’s claw. Here are some of the programs in some of the Mexican clinics that cure cancer naturally: Hyperthermia (local and whole body heat) Sonodynamic Therapy Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT) Oxygen Treatments Virotherapy   Catnip – Cold Symptoms Catnip is not just only for cats, it can also be used by humans as well; and it can be found in the Northern Hemisphere. This useful...

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Angelica Root

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Angelica Root — Colds, Congestion, Fevers Angelica root is closely related to Dong Quai and one of the most respected female tonics in traditional Chinese medicine. It also has a rich history of use in colds, congestion and fevers. In addition, it’s warming and stimulating to the lungs; easing chest congestion as a result. Angelica root also contains elements that function just like calcium channel blockers, which are sometimes prescribed for high blood pressure and heart health. Furthermore, it also functions as an arbiter digestive aid that helps calm down a nervous stomach and tension-related disorders. The fruit, leaf and root can also help trigger digestion and helps dispel gases. All you need to do use the entire plant from the roots, stems, fruit and leaves; however, its resinous root is the most used in herbal medicine. The fresh bruised, or the dried roots, can also be taken as a decoction, are then transformed into extracts, and can be the source of the essential oil (oftentimes used in aromatherapy); it’s also available in an extract. Furthermore, the hollow stems can also be candied for easier consumption Plus, Angelica tea is warming to the body and soul that you just can’t get enough of. It’s actually bitter to taste, but not that...

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American Ginseng

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American Ginseng

American Ginseng — Lung Cancer Not every single herbal remedy available can be backed up by scientific evidence or even by clinical research. The University of Maryland Medical Center reported that three herbs — American Ginseng, Asian Ginseng and Grape Seed — are just a few of the most helpful remedies for lunch cancer. Others include astragalus, ginger, turmeric and thyme.       American Ginseng – Reduce Heat in the Respiratory And Digestive Systems According to Chinese traditions, American ginseng is considered to be more of yin than yang. In other terms, it helps reduce heat in the body. Lowering heat is beneficial in both the respiratory and digestive systems, making them function much more effectively in taking in air and expelling waste from the human...

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Castor Oil

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Castor Oil – Sore Muscles, Arthritis Pain, Bruising, Lower Back Pain, Nerve Damage Castor oil is considered to be a bane of childhood for people who were subjected to a daily dose of this rather vile tasting oil. However, it’s considered to be a wonderful analgesic oil when applied externally for all kinds for pain including sore muscles and arthritis pain, bruising, lower back pain and nerve damage. Packs of castor oil are well suited to the slow relief of chronic pain and even swelling. It forms a protective surface when used in cosmetic and skin care formulations that acts as a protective barrier for the skin. Prescription Methods and Dosage: For constipation, just follow the directions placed on the package, starting with the smallest dosage for your body weight and age. It takes up to 12 hours for the oil to work, but remember you should take it for an extended period of time. Castor oil can be applied directly on the skin, and is commonly used in relation with heat packs and lower back...

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Cashew

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Cashew

Cashew – Candida Cashew nuts are known to have a high mould content. This compound will help deal with your problems with candida. It’s recommended that you eat them on a daily basis to help prevent...

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Cascara Sagrada (Buckthorn)

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Cascara Sagrada (Buckthorn)

Cascara Sagrada (Buckthorn) – Constipation Cascara Sagrada is a popular herbal laxative that comes from the bark extract of a species of buckthorn tree. It works by irritating the colon just enough to stimulate proper bowel movements. Short term use of such is usually well-tolerated; however, it may cause abdominal pain or even electrolyte imbalance. On the other hand, long-term use may cause liver injury ranging from mild to acute liver...

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Carrots

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Carrots

Carrots – Prostate Cancer Prostate cancer has a reputation of being the top cause of death among men. To help prevent this illness from happening, it’s important to consume deep orange and yellow vegetables. These food products help prevent prostate cancer from happening. Carrots are one example of such vegetables.   Carrots – Inflammation Veggies should be consumed in higher quantities over any other food products – around half of your plate should be filled with veggies. They’re packed with anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties (the best natural remedy to help your body heal). Some of the best choices would be carrots, kale, spinach, and sea vegetables. Always have a minimum amount of four to five servings o day of raw, slow-cooked, lightly simmered or steamed veggies, compared to roasted, grilled, or fried ones.   Carrots – Gallstones One possible natural cure for gallstone is a gallbladder juice tonic made from carrots. All you have to do is prepare the following ingredients: 4 Pieces of Carrots (scrub the carrots  well, trim them and remove their tops) ½ Organic Cucumber (if using the non-organic kind, wash it well and peel it) ½ Beet/Beetroot with Greens (wash it well) ¼ Lemon (if using the non-organic kind, wash it well and peel it) When everything listed above is ready, do the following: Juice it all (Carrots, beetroot, cucumber and lemon) Stir it well and serve it in a glass that’s about 10 ounces Serve it whether chilled or at room temperature Consume at least 3-4 glasses a day with a couple of lemon juice in hot water   This is a very helpful and a very potent drink to help a ton of people dissolve their gallstones. Most results will show up in a few weeks.   Carrots – Kidney Stones Carrots can help dissolve not just gallstones, but kidney stones as well. All you need to do is to drink a glass of apple juice mixed with apple cider vinegar in the morning, and then consume carrots in the afternoon. When you don’t have carrots, beetroot and cucumber are also great...

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Bromelain

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Bromelain

Bromelain – Inflammation Bromelain is a potent enzyme found in most tropical fruits, mostly in pineapple. Aside from pineapple, supplements are also available for bromelain as well. It gets absorbed into your body whole, resulting in a system-wide effect. Once it gets absorbed into the bloodstream, studies have proven that it can lower inflammation and lower pain as well. As mentioned, pineapple is a natural source for the said enzyme. Eating this can provide you with some bromelain, especially if you juice the hard stem and drink it on an empty stomach. Fusing it with aloe vera, ginger and turmeric will make it a potent anti-inflammatory pain relief remedy....

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Broccoli and Brussel Sprouts

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Broccoli and Brussel Sprouts

Broccoli and Brussel Sprouts – Prostate Cancer Eating a lot of green and cruciferous vegetables like broccoli and Brussel sprouts can help rid your body of certain types of cancers, this includes prostate...

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Broccoli

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Broccoli

Broccoli – Heart Disease, Cancer, Cleanses the Kidneys, Health Tonic for The Brain Chances of getting heart diseases and cancer can be reduced by having a high green leafy vegetable diet; broccoli is a must-have in this kind of diet and you musn’t neglect the benefits of such. Here are some reasons why: It contains high doses of chlorophyll, vitamins and minerals Rich in enzymes and easily digestible proteins The properties works through the blood as mini-transfusions (cleanses the kidneys, boosts the immune system and considered to be a health tonic for the...

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