Posts Tagged ‘ginger tea’

Castor Oil And Ginger For Weight Loss

October 18th, 2014

Ayurvedic Treatment For Weight Loss Here is an interesting but rather nauseous recipe for reducing weight.  It uses castor oil and ginger tea and is recommended for people who are 40lbs or more overweight. Note: NOT recommended for young women who wish to emulate the half-starved look of a magazine model. This recipe is meant for people who have serious weight issues. I discovered this new use of castor oil in "Prakruti - Your Ayurvedic Constitution", a book by Dr. Robert E. Svoboda, published by Geocom Limited, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1989. See page 97. The method of Max Gerson's, which uses castor oil every ...

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 ...

Help Irritable Bowels

November 12th, 2010

How To  Help Irritable Bowel Syndrome A Gluten Free Diet: Avoid all wheat such as bread and pasta, and all foods which contain gluten. Avoid barley and rye also, as these contain gluten. Avoiding gluten means avoiding many commercially prepared products such as baked beans and cornflakes, unless the product specifically tells you that it is gluten free. Wheat is used to thicken baked beans, and corn flakes are often flavoured with malt which contains gluten. Omit dairy foods from the diet as well, except for butter, unless you have a reason for avoiding butter. Instead of using dairy products, use coconut milk ...

Ginger For Arthritic Pain

November 11th, 2010

Benefits of Ginger Ginger Helps Arthritis: Research has shown that ginger is effective in treating arthritic pain. Just half a teaspoon of powdered ginger taken each day can ease the pain of arthritis. Alternatively, 35g, or about 6 teaspoons, of freshly grated ginger roots can be taken each day to help pain relief. Ginger increases circulation, which is probably why it has such a beneficial effect in treating arthritis: More blood circulates to the arthritic joints, and inflammatory poisons are carried away more efficiently when ginger is added to the diet. How To Take Your Ginger To Help Arthritic Pain: Take your powdered ginger ...

Ear Ache Remedies

November 7th, 2010

Home Remedies For Ear Ache Of course, you should see your doctor or homeopath or naturopath or ayurvedic practitioner if you have ear trouble.  If your child has an ear ache, you should definitely get professional advice immediately, in case it is a chronic ear infection  which might dagmage the ear drum, or worse, a case of meningitis. Toxic Chemicals: Make sure you avoid coming into contact with, or using any toxic chemicals.  These can cause ear ache, head ache, sinusitis,  and many other health problems which are very serious.  Exposure to formaldehye from paints, nail varnish, and compressed building board can ...
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