Tourette's Syndrome is a neurological disorder that involves involuntary muscular tics, twitching, odd sounds, obscene language or even violent jerking of the body, in the person afflicted with the disease. While sufferers of Tourette's are often treated with pharmaceutical medications, there are a number of herbal remedies that can help diffuse its varying symptoms. Read on to learn how to make an herbal remedy for Tourette's. Read more
Sunday, June 29, 2008
Tourette's syndrome is classified as an anxiety disorder characterized by tics - involuntary, rapid, sudden movements or vocalizations that occur repeatedly in the same way. The more common tics are eye blinking, coughing, throat clearing, sniffing, and facial movements. The goal when treating Tourette's naturally is to heal the nervous system and bring the body back into balance.
Wednesday, June 25, 2008
Australian researchers found that people with normal levels of vitamin D in their body are more likely to live longer than those with a deficiency.
People with normal levels of vitamin D in their body are more likely to live longer than those with a deficiency, researchers have discovered.
The vitamin, produced when the skin is exposed to sunlight, helps the body absorb calcium and is considered important for bone health. Read more
Monday, June 23, 2008
Thursday, June 19, 2008
We think of our genes as being immutable, but it turns out that lifestyle changes can turn on and turn off genes.
Comprehensive lifestyle changes including a better diet and more exercise can lead not only to a better physique, but also to swift and dramatic changes at the genetic level, U.S. researchers said on Monday. Read more
Tuesday, June 17, 2008
Hepatitis C kills more people than Aids/HIV - 30,000 a year. Right now, 5 million Americans are infected with Hepatitis C, and most of them don't know it. An estimated 10,000 to 30,000 Americans die from this disease or its complications each year. Fortunately, there are at least three excellent, inexpensive supplements that can be used to treat hepatitis C.
... The Hepatitis C virus causes diabetes (40% of genotype 1 have diabetes), it affects the brain causing depression, it causes lung problems, neuropathy, fibromyalgia, Sjogren's, cardiac problems, skin problems, arthritis, stomach problems, anemia, fatigue, and of course, cirrhosis. After cirrhosis comes decompensation. The liver stops working, the skin and sclera become yellow, your belly looks like you're pregnant, you're unable to process protein, you get anemic, confused, the kidneys stop working and many bleed to death.
Fortunately, there is also good news: there are at least three excellent inexpensive supplements that can be used for hepatitis. First of all, an aqueous extract of the oleander plant commonly called "oleander soup" made according to the directions in my book Cancer's Natural Enemy (http://www.rose-laurel.com) has had excellent results in treating Hepatitis C. Secondly, a great many Hepatitis C sufferers have used the natural supplement Colloidal Silver and swear by it. Read more
Saturday, June 14, 2008
Dr. Janet Starr Hull explains the importance of a healthy liver and how to be good to it with natural remedies.
Your liver is the largest internal organ in your body and it houses more blood than your heart. A threat to the health of your liver typically means a threat to your overall health.
So, be good to your liver. Eat whole foods, drink lots of pure water and liquids that do not have man-made chemicals added, and supplement your diet with key nutrients (such as Dong Quai, calcium D-glucarate, and dandelion) that aid liver health. Taking care of your liver can regenerate liver tissue, protect your liver from free radical damage, reduce liver congestion, which supports other organs directly linked to the liver, and improves your immune function. Read more
Thursday, June 12, 2008
Scientific tests conducted by researchers from King's College London on a range of traditional remedies show that they have "real benefits."
Experts from King's College London said the treatments from around the world had properties which may help treat conditions such as diabetes and cancer. Read more
Saturday, June 7, 2008
Diabetes is an increasing common condition. Effectively treating diabetes requires a change in lifestyle along with natural remedies because, if you don’t change your diet, a natural remedy for diabetes will not be enough to control the condition.
By reducing your high fat and high sugar intake you can already be on the way to a natural remedy for diabetes. If your Type I or Type II diabetes is controlled, most people can live a normal life. Uncontrolled, however, diabetes can cause an unregulated amount of sugar into the body causing destruction of proteins and organ damage. Read more
Friday, June 6, 2008
The Miracle Fruit is a bright red, oval-shaped berry approximately an inch long, containing a single seed. Although not sweet itself, when a single fruit is eaten and the fleshy pulp allowed to coat the taste buds of the tongue and inside of the mouth, an extraordinary effect occurs.
Imagine drinking Tabasco sauce and thinking it tasted like a sugary glaze, or drinking a bitter beer that your taste buds are certain is chocolate. Imagine having a magic pill that could turn lemons into candy. Well, you don’t have to imagine. Like a magical treat straight out of Willy Wonka’s candy factory, the berry known as “miracle fruit” has the odd ability to rewire the way the tongue perceives bitter and sour flavors for up to two hours after consumption. The fruit has been growing in popularity in the US as the guest of honor at bizarre soirees known as "flavor tripping parties" where tasters eat the strange little fruit and then consume sour and bitter foods to experience the oddity of how their tongue transforms the flavors in a reality-defying fashion. Read more
Tuesday, June 3, 2008
"Talking about it" may not be the best way to deal with a terrifying experience, according to a new study. Individuals who bottle up their feelings suffer fewer negative mental and physical health symptoms than people who were willing to talk.
... The popular assumption is that talking about a terrifying experience, such as a terrorist attack or natural disaster, can be therapeutic and helpful.
But new evidence suggests "getting it off your chest" may not be the right thing to do. Read more
Sunday, June 1, 2008
Panic attacks are sudden surges of overwhelming fear that that comes without warning and without any obvious reason. One out of every 75 people worldwide will experience a panic attack at one time in their lives. Anti-anxiety herbs can be used to treat this common emotional disorder.
Even though panic attacks are not a simple condition and there are no simple answers for their successful resolution, herbal therapy can be useful as part of an integrated, multi-modality approach.
It is a good idea to experiment with different anti-anxiety herbs before you are in a crisis or panic situation. Try out several herbs in varying doses. Start with a low dose and increase if needed so that you will know how the herb affects you and how to use it when you need it.
Some effective herbal nervines to consider using: Read more