Archive for October, 2009

Natural remedies for rheumatism

Natural remedies for rheumatism

Rheumatism=Inflammation and Pain in Joints, Muscles, Tissues The word rheumatism is derived from the Greek word ‘rheuma’, which means a swelling. It refers to an acute or chronic illness which is characterised by pain and swelling of the muscles, ligaments and tendons, or the joints. Causes and symptoms of rheumatism The onset of the acute variety of rheumatism is characterised by fever, [...]
Phytochemicals in nature cure treatment

Phytochemicals in nature cure treatment

Role of Phyto chemicals in nature cure treatment There are many plants containing salicylic acid viz. horse-tail, Dandelion, yarrow, agrimony, stinging nettle etc. Few of these can also be used as common vegetables because they have plant origin. Horse-tail or dandelion are directly used in consumable food articles such soups and salads. Thus the naturopathic medicine is food according to the teachings [...]
True health education

True health education

In modern times, most children and teenagers have numerous health problems. Most have postural defects, mainly mild scohosis; besides most sit in a slouching, kyphotic posture, bent forward; such habit of slouching results in poor ventilation of lungs in the chest and inefficient functioning of the stomach, liver, pancreas, small and large intestines, etc., in the abdominal cavity. Our youngsters have [...]
Natural dandruff remedies

Natural dandruff remedies

Dandruff  = Scaliness of the Scalp The term dandruff generally refers to the condition of the skin wherein shiny, silver)’ scales separate from the scalp and collect amidst the hair. The condition can become troublesome when the skin gets infected.
Natural remedy for common fever

Natural remedy for common fever

Seasonal Feverishness Fever refers to a condition of the body in which the temperature goes beyond the normal. It is also characterised by disturbance in the normal functioning of the system. It is a common ailment which occurs both in children and adults. The average temperature of a healthy body ranges between 36.90 C and 37.50 C, or 98.40 F and 99.50 F. It is liable to marginal variations, depending [...]
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