Posts Tagged ‘ginger roots’

Best Natural Remedies For Rheumatoid Arthritis

July 23rd, 2014

Alternative Treatments To Pharmaceutical Drugs For Arthritis Ginger roots,  Comfrey, Feverfew herb, Bromelain from pineapple, zinc, L--tryptophan, Vitamin B6 and 12, Vitamin E, megadoses of Vitamin C in the form of calcium ascorbate, and castor oil are all effective in helping to reduce pain and the inflammation which results from rheumatoid arthritis. Many conventional medical drugs, used for treating rheumatoid arthritis, have proven to be either ineffective or harmful in the long run.  In fact, some doctors maintain that there has never been a pharmaceutical drug which improves the condition of rheumatoid arthritis. Treat The Deficiencies and Detoxify:  The best way to treat ...

Homemade Gluten Free Pickled Ginger (Uncooked)

October 31st, 2012

Herbal Recipe:  How To Make Your Own Gluten Free, Uncooked, Pickled Ginger. This easy recipe can be used as a condiment and as an herbal remedy. Making your own pickled ginger is a rewarding exercise. Apart from the creative process of making it, you can also gain satisfaction from the knowledge that your homemade product does not contain any added harmful preservatives which a commercial product might use. Homemade pickled ginger is useful as an addition to curries, meat, fish or vegetarian dishes, and can also be used as a medicine, taken a teaspoon at a time. Ginger has been used in traditional Chinese ...

Recipe Leek and Ginger Soup Good For Colds and Flu

August 25th, 2012

Gluten Free Recipe For Lentil-Leek and Ginger Soup WOW.  Nothing like having a hot, freshly-made soup in the winter to antidote the flu.  This is my own peppered-up version of leek soup which helps to drive those bugs away. Note:  If you are on blood thinners such as Warfarin, then you should not indulge in this soup.  Leeks and Ginger are both natural blood thinners, so if you have any quantity of these foods and combine them with artificial blood thinners, you could end up being over-dosed on blood thinners.  A nose bleed may result.  Far better to get your health requirements ...

List Of Approved But Maybe Harmful Food Additives And Their Numbers

August 25th, 2012

Some Food Additives , such as Riboflavin and Ascorbid acid, can have a beneficial effect on the health. These things are food components. However, many chemicals added to our food, such as preservatives, colourings and flavourings,  are extremely harmful.  Some are proven carcinogens, while some are suspected of causing things like high blood pressure, migraines, alzheimer's, multiple sclerosis, arthritis, diabetes, and even obesity. I made sure that I never gave my children commercial products which had any chemical additives in them when they were young.  I think that this is very important in bringing up children today - there is an even ...

List of Herbs To Stimulate Circulation

June 28th, 2011

Improve Circulation With Herbs: Some people feel the cold so dreadfully, and they can do nothing to keep warm.  In extreme conditions, this is called 'Raynaud's Disease'.  Some medications can cause 'Raynaud's Disease'.  Remember that it  is essential that adequate exercise is taken, to stimulate the blood flow.  But here are some herbal suggestions, to add to your exercise regime,  which might help you to feel warmer. Cayenne Pepper: This is one of the best herbs for circulation problems. Just a little  Cayenne Pepper can be sprinkled into the socks, or into the shoes.  Believe me, this works very well ...
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