Posts Tagged ‘high blood pressure’

Hawthorn Berries

August 3rd, 2010

The Hawthorn Tree, a Rosaceae. Crataegus Monogyna and Crataegus Oxycanthoides are two common types of Hawthorn which grow in many parts of the Middle East, Europe, India, Africa and Asia. Its Chinese pharmaceutical name is fructus crataegi, commonly called shan zha in Chinese medicine. The Hawthorn tree has special significance  as a healing herb in the West, because, in the Christian tradition,  it was supposed to have formed the Crown of Christ. It is known as 'the Mother of the heart' , perhaps with reference to the Virgin Mary, in traditional Western  herbal medicine. Hawthorn trees can be anything from the size of a bush to ...


June 23rd, 2010

CHROMIUM Deficiencies of Chromium are thought to be wide spread, affecting roughly 50% of the population in Western societies. Older women, and expectant mothers, need to ensure that their chromium levels are maintained. Chromium is necessary for the processing of sugar and alcohol. It feeds the nerves and helps to promote a calm state of mind. Chromium helps to monitor your cholesterol levels and helps in the manufacture of essential natural cholesterol. It helps prevent high blood pressure, heart attack and stroke. Chromium is especially important because it helps regulate the supply of insulin in the body. Adequate chromium helps protect you against sugar-related conditions like hypoglycaemia ...

Calcium Rich Foods

June 18th, 2010

ABOUT CALCIUM: Calcium is necessary for forming and maintaining healthy bones, teeth, nails and hair. Calcium helps to nourish the nervous system, which  helps  to prevent anxiety and keep your brain function up to scratch.  Calcium is a natural tranquillizer. Magnesium is Important:  For the body to absorb and use calcium appropriately, it is important to include plenty of Magnesium-rich foods in the diet. The other  essential ingredients for maximizing your Calcium absorption are   Zinc, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, and Vitamin K. Health worries which may result from a diet with insufficient calcium are: irritability, insomnia, and mental disorders, irregular heart beat, high blood pressure, high ...
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