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Vitamins and minerals are nutrients in the human body that work to keep the body healthy. They are present in food that we eat everyday in different degrees depending on the type of food. Different types of foods give various types of vitamins, but theoretically, we can obtain vitamins and mineral from the food we consumed everyday, but it is not enough for our body’s need and it may lead to vitamin efficiency depending on what we eat.
Published by Ron Siojo 71 months ago in Alternative Medicine | +33 votes | 12 comments
Bitter orange has quite a few uses in herbal medicine and in the culinary field. This herb has a stimulant effect and it is used as a dietary supplement and for weight loss. It contains many vitamins and minerals. This herb is used in many different regions of the world. It even finds a place as an ingredient in some perfumes.
Published by Shannon Farlouis 234 months ago in Alternative Medicine | +0 votes | 0 comments
The Aloe Vera plant is often used in herbal medicine to help heal the minor irritations on the skin like insect bites, burns, chafing, sores, and sunburns. You can grow the plant at home and have it on hand when you need it the most. Aloe Vera is very soothing and cooling to the skin.
Published by Shannon Farlouis 71 months ago in Alternative Medicine | +2 votes | 0 comments
Acai berry is a berry that is very high in antioxidants and can promote good health by providing the natural energy your body needs. It is a good fruit to eat for preventing many ailments and illnesses. Acai berries come available as a supplement. These berries are delicious and will make a healthy addition to your daily diet plan.
Published by Shannon Farlouis 71 months ago in Alternative Medicine | +1 votes | 1 comments
What is relaxation therapy? Relaxation therapy is composed of holistic techniques to improve health, strengthen the immune system, and build up resistance to stress, cope with change and improve the overall quality of life. Relaxation therapy calms the mind and provides a natural cure for anxiety by including the relaxation response – the opposite of stress response of the body.
Published by Ron Siojo 71 months ago in Alternative Medicine | +31 votes | 12 comments
Reflexology extends total body relaxation through massage of the feet and hands. The key factor behind reflexology is that each specific organ and part of the body maps onto the feet. Massaging specific area of the foot sparks a healing reaction in the corresponding part or organ of the body. It reduces the accumulation of stress in the body. This is valuable benefit because stress has been found to cause a large percent illness and diseases.
Published by Ron Siojo 71 months ago in Alternative Medicine | +18 votes | 7 comments
Massage is a perfect tool for optimal health, but it can also provide an integration of body and mind. By promoting a meditative state or extensive awareness of living in the present moment, massage can provide emotional and spiritual balance, along with deep relaxation and peace. The physical changes massage brings to you can have a positive effect in your life. While increasing relaxation and lowers tension, massage helps lower blood pressure and increase circulation. It also improves injury...
Published by Ron Siojo 71 months ago in Alternative Medicine | +16 votes | 4 comments
Naturopathy is a medical system which believes in the healing power of nature that avoids drug and surgery but concentrates the use of natural substances like diets, herbs and massage to abort and eliminate the toxins in the body. It conceived that human beings have the healing ability within their body that comprises the immune system, physical and psyche which is in-charge of our overall health. Naturopaths check the imbalance of the body by turning to nature for wellness. It encourages a simp...
Published by Ron Siojo 71 months ago in Alternative Medicine | +18 votes | 5 comments
Hydrotherapy requires the use of water for pain relief and treating discomforts. Hydrotherapy is synonymous with the term water therapy or water cure as it was originally commercialized by practitioners in the 19th century. This therapy promotes the increase of blood circulation including the white blood cells of the immune system. New studies reveal that hydrotherapy is beneficial to patients recovering from strokes and traumas and other injuries including connective tissue diseases. It also pr...
Published by Ron Siojo 72 months ago in Alternative Medicine | +15 votes | 7 comments
Laughter really is good medicine in more than one way. If you have high blood pressure, blood sugar problems, tension headaches, sleeping problems, chronic pain or other health problems, try laughing just for the fun of it. Fake it if you must, but it may very well be just what the doctor ordered.
Published by Pat Veretto 72 months ago in Alternative Medicine | +10 votes | 5 comments
That is the basic premise of homeopathy: “that like cures like.” Homeopathy is a natural and holistic approach in healing a person using ultra-diluted doses of specific remedies, rather than simply annihilating a specific symptom using a band-aid solution. Unlike many health modalities, the example for homeopathy is one for individualization. No two individuals are the same, so just because two persons suffer from migraine or headaches, the homeopathic medicines provided for them may...
Published by Ron Siojo 72 months ago in Alternative Medicine | +13 votes | 5 comments
What is herbal therapy? There are hundreds of types of natural herbs used for health and therapeutic intentions. Herbal therapy composed by Chinese expert herbalist consists of ten types of herbs used in suitable proportions for each health condition. The exact formula and dosage of herbs as well as the duration of the treatment may vary according to the condition of the patient. Ancient Chinese medicine believes that prevention is better than cure. Chinese tonic elixir can improved the bodyâ...
Published by Ron Siojo 72 months ago in Alternative Medicine | +15 votes | 10 comments
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