Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Herbs type

A natural hydrochloric acid (utilizes sugar of fruits and oils), thus helping
arthritics get rid of the uric acid which holds the calcium deposited in the
joints. Also reduces lactic acid build up. Good for measles, skin, scarlet
fever and perspiration.

Pansies contain Vitamins A, B and C, niacin, chlorine, iron, magnesium,
potassium, silicon, and trace minerals. Effective for treatment of the
bladder and kidneys.

Aids digestion. Effective in relieving allergies by its ability to denaturize

Known to be rich in Vitamin B and potassium, and tumerous cells cannot
multiply in potassium. An excellent diuretic and one of the most excellent
herbs for gallbladder as it expels gallstones.

Rosemary is a circulatory and nerve stimulant. Has a calming effect on
the digestion as well as headache or depression.

Effective treatment for nervousness, hysteria, worms, convulsions, joints
and gout.

St. Johns Wort
Taken internally, has a sedative and pain reducing effect. Use in treatment
of neuralgia, anxiety, tension and similar problems. Good for menopausal

Passion Flower
Used as a sedative. Gives a calming effect helping headaches, neuralgia,
hysteria and high blood pressure caused by mental attitude.

This is a valuable remedy for women during menopause. It should not be
used by pregnant women because it will bring on suppressed
menstruation. Also good for fevers, colds and phlegm in chest and lungs.

Rose Hips
Contains a great deal of vitamin C, ranging from 10 to 100 times greater
than any other known food. Therefore, it is used as an infection fighter.
Also helps with physical stresses and pollution. Also contains Vitamins,
A, B1, B2, E, K, P, niacin, calcium, iron, phosphorous.

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