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August 24, 2009

Guide to Herbal RemediesWell, today I am writing my 100th post for this site, Guide to Herbal Remedies, and I wanted to make some difference of it. That is why I made up my mind to to use this fortunate opportunity for talking to my readers and expressing my gratitude to everyone, who has been with me since the beginning of this interesting journey to the world of healthy and happy life.

I started this project a year ago and all I wanted was to share what I know about using Herbal Remedies and other safe approaches to improving our health. Together with you, my friends, we have been learning what remedies can be used for various ailments, what are the most effective ways for developing healthy eating habits, what to eat for breakfast, or what are the benefits of herbal teas and tinctures. I am very glad that this site found its fans, as well as its critics. Read the rest of this entry »


August 19, 2009

Modern herbal medicine owes a lot to Traditional Chinese medicine, which became a cradle of alternative medical approaches. Moreover, many basic theories, diagnostic methods, common techniques and methods of treatment used in contemporary medicine are rooted in ancient Chinese philosophical concepts. For centuries, Chinese herbal remedies have been helping people throughout the world to ease their pain and bring them back to life. Recently, Chinese specialists in alternative medicine offered a new herbal treatment for Rheumatoid Arthritis, one of the most common diseases of our times. Read the rest of this entry »


Herbal Remedies For Bad Breath

Author: Carla Fiscina
July 23, 2009

Bad breath is quite a common and very embarrassing problem. It is caused by a poor dental care and oral hygiene, irregular brushing and flossing your teeth that results in excessive amounts of bacteria on the teeth and tongue. If you are facing difficulties fighting against bad breath, herbalists can offer you a series of effective and safe solutions. You can use the herbs which can assist in lowering the amounts of bacteria in your mouth and eliminating bad breath. Read the rest of this entry »


December 8, 2008

AcneA great deal of teenagers have very hard times fighting with acne break outs. No matter where it is: on your cheeks, forehead, neck, back or chest, it is a very bothering and embarrassing problem. You have, probably, tried a lot of various topical creams, ointments and lotions, which are available in our pharmacies and health care shops. They all were so promising, but the majority of them did not cause any noticeable positive effect. Therefore, it is a good time to try the most effective natural remedies for treating acne. First of all, you need to remember that you can use herbal remedies for acne treatment both internally and externally, so the combination of these two therapeutic methods will help you maximize the effects! Read the rest of this entry »


October 8, 2008

SmileFor many people, shiny white teeth and beautiful smile are the key elements of their image. But very frequently we are not happy with the color of our teeth. Such things as excessive amounts or coffee, tea and tobacco, as well as some antibiotics, various oral infections, metabolic imbalances or poor oral hygiene affect natural white color of our teeth to a great extent. ThatТs why nowadays various teeth whitening procedures are in great demand. Many people opt to go to dental clinics and have their teeth bleached by a professional. Some people use whitening toothpastes or tooth stripes. However, not everybody is always satisfied with the results of clinical teeth whitening, and a lot of people (especially young girls and women) choose to go on with natural treatments for tooth enamel darkening and discoloration. Read the rest of this entry »


Ginkgo Biloba

Author: Carla Fiscina
September 29, 2008

Ginkgo BilobaGinkgo Biloba (Maidenhair tree) belongs to the oldest family of trees which appeared on our planet about 280 million years ago. The plant survived the Ice Age in the Far East and since those times it did not change a lot. In the middle of the 18th century this plant was brought to America and Europe as an ornamental tree. Later on, its therapeutic properties were discovered, and nowadays Ginkgo Biloba is in top 10 of the most selling herbs in the US. Read the rest of this entry »


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