Archive for the 'Herbal Remedies for Diseases' Category

April 20, 2012

Natural Toothache CureWho does not know how terrible and disturbing toothache can be? Sometimes we can not sleep and eat because of terrible aches of this kind, and those are the moments when all of us are only thinking about an effective cure for toothache. Certainly, painkillers do good for most of us, but what about those people who, due to various reasons, can use only natural toothache cure? Fortunately, there are quite a lot of natural painkillers, and it was recently reported that a rare plant for Amazonian rainforests can play a role of an excellent natural painkillers and be used as a cure for toothache. It was found out that pain relieving properties of this plant are as effective as the ones of the most commonly used pharmaceuticals! Read the rest of this entry »

April 12, 2012

Benefits Of ThymeThyme, or common thyme, is one of the best known medicinal herbs with a variety of healing powers and medicinal applications, which has been used around the world for many centuries. Thyme has a very pleasant refreshing fragrance and is a very easy-to-grow herb. This is one of the most popular herbal remedies which is used in our kitchens as a spice for the dishes with all sorts of meat (especially lamb, beef, etc.), as well as for vegetable soups, stews, or sauces. Thyme is a highly valued medicinal herb, and numerous health benefits of thyme have been studied for the last several decades in many countries of the world. According to the latest findings of a group of scientists at Leeds Metropolitan University, thyme can be an effective and great natural remedy for skin care and combating such a common problem as acne. Read the rest of this entry »

March 26, 2012

What Is Bronchial Asthma?

Bronchial AsthmaBronchial asthma is a chronic disease which can be characterized by narrowing and inflammation of the airways that carry air to the patient’s lungs. In a great deal of cases, this diseases starts in childhood, but also it can start in people of all ages. Despite numerous opportunities to use modern treatment technologies and early diagnosis, there’s still no cure for this common disease. Read the rest of this entry »

March 13, 2012

RosemaryRosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) has been known for many centuries as a miraculous herbal remedy for many health problems and ailments. It is a traditional medicinal plant that has been used to produce essential oil, one of the basic multipurpose natural extracts. Rosemary essential oil is considered a great remedy for headaches, depression, respiratory problems, hair loss, acne, eczema, skin problems, and many other health conditions, but the mechanisms and effects of this remedy are actually not very well studied yet. Thus, the findings of a new study regarding the property of rosemary oil to boost our brain performance came out as an interesting concept for all modern scientific circles. Read the rest of this entry »

March 10, 2012

Citrus FruitsThe number of people suffering from various cardiovascular problems has been increasing year by year, and a great deal of studies and researches are being carried out in order to identify possible preventive treatments and help lower stroke risks, in women and men. A month ago, the findings of one of the relevant researches were reported. It was found out that a substance that can be found in grapefruits, oranges, lemons and other citrus fruits can be used to reduce stroke risks in women and protect us against this very serious health condition. Read the rest of this entry »

March 5, 2012

CurryIt is reported that those who like consuming curry, a known spice mixture that originates from Indian, Indonesian, Malaysian and other South East Asian culinary traditions, can have lower chances to develop such common health condition linked to aging as dementia. According to the findings of a group of Swedish experts of Linkoping University, adding some curry to our diet as much as once or twice a week can considerably lower our chances to suffer from dementia later on our life. The effects are attributed to high content of cucrumin in turmeric, one of the main constituents of curry. Read the rest of this entry »