Posts Tagged ‘comfrey’

Natural Ways to Regrow Hair in Children

August 27th, 2010

How To  Regrow Hair in Children: Basically, the condition of the hair is an indicator for the health of the whole body.  In promoting hair regrowth, we have to work on improving the whole body vitality. 1) Regrow Hair Through Diet If your child has thin hair, or hair which has fallen because of an illness, you really should check with your doctor or naturopath or other health professional as to the cause and possible remedies. Meanwhile, you can begin a programme of diet which will include many of the foods which help hair growth. Oatmeal Porridge:  Make porridge every morning.  Porridge is very ...

Alternative Cancer Treatment

July 28th, 2010

Alternative Cancer Treatment This post is meant for information only. It is not a complete account of alternative cancer treatment, nor is it necessarily accurate.  It is not advised that you begin a treatment for cancer or anything else on the basis of what is written here. Alternative Cancer Treatment is not promoted by many doctors, though there are some intelligent and intuitive doctors about, for sure, who would not dismiss the idea of alternative cancer treatment. Many doctors in the medical profession are true 'healers', because they really do understand why and how cancer exists, and understand something of the detoxification and nutrition ...

Varicose Veins Treatments

July 9th, 2010

Techniques which improve the circulation are  the most important of Varicose Veins Treatments. You can look at merrilyn's posts  entitled 'Causes of Varicose Veins' and 'Yoga for Varicose Veins' for more information on how to improve the condition of varicose veins. Here are some more ideas for varicose veins treatments which have not been covered fully in the other posts. Hydrotherapy: The Foot Bath:  The simple foot bath can be done at home at any time to help relieve aching varicose veins.  The foot bath on its own will  improve the circulation, and help to reduce swelling and pain, but we can enhance ...

Causes of Varicose Veins

June 27th, 2010

The Main Causes of Varicose Veins Lack of exercise,  being over-weight, high cholesterol,  poor nutrition which leads to constipation, lack of Vitamin C, E,  Calcium and Magnesium, and alcohol and tobacco use are  some of the main causes of varicose veins. Lack of exercise causes poor circulation, which can lead to varicose veins. Constipation puts pressure on the veins, especially those in the legs and in the groin area. Sometimes, an injury can predispose a person to getting varicose veins. Prevent Varicose Veins By Getting Enough Exercise. Walking, swimming, dancing, cycling, are all good for the legs and improve the circulaton. Such simple exercises as ...

Molybdenum

June 1st, 2010

MOLYBDENUM Molybdenum is found in several digestive enzymes: sulfite oxidase, xanthine oxidase and aldehyde oxidase. Sulfite oxidase is used in the body to help detoxify sulfites which are found in protein foods. All three enzymes are utilized in the body to process protein foods. Xanthine oxidase aids the body in its production of uric acid. The chemical Sulphite oxidase is used as a preservative in some foods and medicines. However, there are side effects: When used as a food additive, sulphite oxidase can cause some people to develop asthma and other breathing difficulties Supplementation is not thought to be necessary, as people rarely become deficient in Molybdenum. The ...
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