The Healing Wonders of Herbs -Introduction

This entry is part 1 of 5 in the series The Healing Wonders of Herbs

Herbs are generally deemed to be therapeutic and of great curative value to man. However, many of us are not aware of their healing properties. There are an abundance of herbs that are useful for various ailments. I have had experience with a few and I wish to share with readers the tremendous health benefits that can be gained from some herbs that I have been using over the years.

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The Healing Wonders of Herbs -a look at chickweed

This entry is part 2 of 5 in the series The Healing Wonders of Herbs

The first herb I want to highlight is called chickweed. Chickweed is a blood purifier, restorative and energizer. It is a superb remedy for colds, bronchitis, pleurisy and weakness of the bowels.

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The Healing Wonders of Herbs -a look at rosemary

This entry is part 3 of 5 in the series The Healing Wonders of Herbs

The next herb that has proven useful to me is rosemary. Similarly to chickweed, it is great for coughs and colds. It is a wonderful treatment for nervous conditions and can cure headaches caused by nervousness. It is good as a mouthwash.

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The Healing Wonders of Herbs -a look at burdock

This entry is part 4 of 5 in the series The Healing Wonders of Herbs

Burdock is another herb I wish to highlight. The root is used in the treatment of a host of ailments and is reputed to be one of the best blood purifiers around. It rapidly purges the blood of toxins. Liberal consumption of the tea will clear almost any skin disease. Burdock is one of the chief herbs used in treating gout, rheumatism, syphilis, gonorrhea, canker sores and leprosy.

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The Healing Wonders of Herbs – Polygonum Multiflorum

This entry is part 5 of 5 in the series The Healing Wonders of Herbs

Polygonum muliflorum is a herb native to China and is commonly known as Fo ti root. It also goes by the name He Shou Wu. Rich in zinc and other trace elements, it has an unpleasant taste that many would describe as pungent. The herb is considered phenomenal, particularly in the orient, where it is revered for its positive impact on longevity of life. Fo ti root is said to possess anti-aging properties and is a regenerator of the nerves, brain cells and the endocrine glands. It detoxifies the body and strengthens the liver and kidneys. It lowers cholesterol and is useful in ailments such as constipation, eczema, scrofula, carbuncles and inflammation of the lymph nodes.

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