Articles about Herbal Remedies
Origins of Ayurveda
The early inhabitants of the Indian continent probably moved from place to place, taking with them a treasure trove of herbal remedies and other traditional healing methods. When they settled in places such as Himachal Pradesh in central India
By Zachary Lingh
Parasites and Your Health
Parasites - a virtuoso of disease. We are suffering from chronic illness, obesity and preventable diseases more now than in any other time in history. We are already well into a health crisis with an opponent we cannot even see. We aren’t more aware of this because we need scientific proof and this isn’t easy to come by. Some 85% of parasites we can’t even see.
By Graeme Dinnen
The Spirit of the Millennium Festival is held at Hove Town Hall, Hove, East Sussex, 2-3 times every year. It is a very popular and large psychic fair, offering all kinds of therapies, readings and stalls selling crystals, books and everything that you can imagine related to spirituality.
By Debbie Summers
What Do I Do This Winter If I Can’t Get a Flu Shot?
Originally published in New Life Health and Wellness, January 2005 If you are in good health with a healthy diet, and take minimal precautions, you are not likely to catch the flu. And if you do get it, you can certainly decrease the severity and length of symptoms by following these tips.
By Susan Mosley
New Year heralds holistic training rush
The convergence of growing interest in complementary therapies, healthy living and perhaps the excesses of Christmas, are creating a holistic health training rush. Kevala, the Devon-based holistic therapy training school, are set to break annual records as enrolments have gone through the roof in the first week of January.
By Carl Munson
Natural Therapies For Relieving Erectile Dysfunction
Until recently, the very mention of erectile dysfunction or impotence could bring about a blush to even the most manly of men. Embarrassing as it may be, erectile dysfunction affects more than 18 million men in America. It can vary in severity from an inability to achieve, maintain and sustain an erection, to an inability to achieve an orgasm, even though a healthy sexual desire exists.
By Dr. Rita Louise
Siberian Shamanism – the differences practicing in the West
Going to see a shaman - in Siberia, and in Europe.
By Mackenzie Blyth
Flower & Vibrational Remedies - what can they do for you?
Do you feel depressed or disturbed? Find out how energy healing and remedies can help you!
By Helen Thompson
Natural pain relief for migraine and headaches
Migra-Cap may offer the key to migraine relief – medication free
CNM - New Course in Naturopathic Nutrition
A NEW REPORT shows that heath consumers in the UK are becoming increasingly disenchanted with Western Medicine and are turning to natural treatments.
By Lynnette Prigmore
The Naturopathic Way With The CNM
In this article learn more about the history of Naturopathy, the health benefits of seeing a Naturopath and where you can train for a career in Naturopathy.
By Lynnette Prigmore
The Modern Naturopath
Naturopathy is a 19th century word meaning “nature cure”. Historically, a Naturopath was one who healed using treatments incorporating water, air, light, good nutritious food, as well as massage, to cleanse, detoxify and stimulate the bodyís inborn healing powers. While Naturopathy often brings up ideas of cold baths, exercise, fresh air, it is more subtle and wide-ranging discipline that can help a huge range of ailments as well as maintaining good health.
By Cornelis van Dalen
Natural Remedies For Athlete’s Foot
Are your feet itching and burning? Maybe you have Athlete’s Foot. Athlete’s foot is an infection of the upper layers of the skin and is predominantly found on the foot. It is often seen as an dry, itching, burning, scaling redness of the feet especially in the webbing of the toes.
By Dr. Rita Louise
What is Thai Yoga?
Thai Yoga is many things and can be many more. It depends on the necessity, desire, focus and skill of the practitioner in harmony with the necessity, desire, receptiveness and presence of the client. It is direct action of a healthful and beneficial nature. It is the expression of undiluted loving kindness in physical form. It is a picture of compassion made concrete and available in tangible form. And why not?
By Aachan Anthony B. James ND,MDAM,LMT
It is important to honour menstruation as this an efficient way the female body cleanses itself. The menstruation takes up high energy; this requires extra rest for the female body. Reasonably a high proportion of women have Pain and cramps during periods. Painful periods are marked by cramped, lower abdominal pain. Excessively painful periods are classified as dysmenorrhoea.
By HERBAL AYUR
Reiki Enhanced Skin Care
Organic, Reiki enhanced Skin & Body Care from KittySoaps
By Cat MacGillivray
History of Ayurveda
In Indian mythology, wise people called sanyasins (sages) lived not just hundreds or years, but over thousands of years! Although most people may pass this off as fantasy, there is evidence that even today, many people in India, Russia and in some parts of China, live to be over 150 years old!
By Zachary Ling
Introduction to Ayurveda
Although the Indian subcontinent is believed to have been inhabited about 500,000 years in the past, agricultural ways of life began to evolve about 25,000 years ago
By Zachary Lingh
Holistically Healing Heartburn and Acid Reflux
Instead of relying on over-the counter short term antacids to relieve the symptoms of heartburn and acid reflux, we can holistically address the causes as well as alleviating the symptoms.
By Margaret McGoverne
Natural Living Energy
Sue is a Holistic Practitioner, Healer and Teacher with her own practice in Broadstairs, Kent, England. She has spent several years training and attending workshops on alternative therapies. Following this, she trained as a Holistic practitioner with a keen interest in well-being. Sue is a Reiki Master /Teacher, a Meditation tutor and qualified member of the International College of Holistic Medicine. Her experience and qualifications of various alternative therapies such as crystal healing, colour therapy, aromatherapy, Indian head massage, oriental face massage and Herbalism gives her clients a choice of treatments to help them regain balance in the body and lead a less stressful life. She has also studied psychotherapy and counselling. Website: http://www.souldelights.co.uk
By Sue Taylor
My Herbal Awakening
Herbalism is the study and use of plants to promote wellness. It is also the first course of study which I decided to enrol for in the School of Natural Health Sciences (SNHS). Web: http://naturalhealthcourses.com/
By Janice Williams-Taylor
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