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Some Natural Remedies For headech, BP, Diabetes, Cholesterol Etc

Natural Therapy For Headaches ! In about 5 mins, your headache will go.......

The nose has a left and a right side. We use both to inhale and exhale. Actually they are different. You'll be able to feel the difference. The right side represents the sun. The left side represents the moon. During a headache, try to close your right nose and use your left nose to breathe. In about 5 mins, your headache will go. If you feel tired, just reverse, close your left nose and breathe through your right nose. After a while, you will feel your mind is refreshed. Right side belongs to 'hot', so it gets heated up easily. Left side belongs to 'cold'. Most females breathe with their left noses, so they get "cooled off" faster. Most of the guys breathe with their right noses, they get worked up. Do you notice, the moment you awake, which side breathes better? Left or right ? If left is better, you will feel tired. So, close your left nose and use your right nose for breathing.. You will feel refreshed quickly.

Do you suffer from continual headaches? Try out this breathing therapy. Close your right nose and breathe through your left nose. Your headaches will be gone. Continued the exercise for one month. Why not give it a try.....a natural therapy without medication. 

Acidity, it is said, is worse than Cancer. It is one of the most common dis-ease people encounter in their daily life.

The home remedy for Acidity is Raw Grains of Rice.

The Process:
1. Take 8 - 10 grains of raw uncooked rice
2. Swallow it with water before having your breakfast or eating anything in the morning
3. Do this for 21 days to see effective results and continuously for 3 months to eliminate acidity from the body The Cure: Reduces acid levels in the body and makes you feel better by the day.

 CURE FOR CHOLESTEROL: Cholesterol problem accompanies with Hypertension and Heart Problems. This is also one of the common problems in people who have High Blood Pressure and Diabetes.

The home remedy for Cholesterol problem is RAW SUPARI.

The Process:
1. Take Raw Supari (Betel Nut that is not flavoured) and slice them or make pieces of the same
2. Chew it for about 20 - 40 minutes after every meal
3. Spit it out The Cure: When you chew the supari, the saliva takes in the juice that is generated and this acts like a Blood Thinner. Once your blood becomes free flowing, it brings down the pressure in the blood flow, thereby reducing Blood Pressure too.

One of the simple home remedy cure for Blood Pressure is Methi Seeds or Fenugreek Seeds. 

The Process:

1. Take a pinch of Raw Fenugreek Seeds, about 8 - 10 seeds
2. Swallow it with water before taking your breakfast, every morning
 The Cure: The seeds of Fenugreek are considered good to reduce the blood pressure.


There are 2 home remedies for Diabetes. One is Ladies Finger and the other is Black Tea.

BLACK TEA: Due to high medication, the organ that is worst affected is the Kidney. It has been observed that Black Tea (tea without milk, sugar or lemon) is good for the Kidney. Hence a cup of black tea every morning is highly advisable.

The Process:

1. Boil water along with the tea leaves (any tea leaves will do).

2. Drink the concoction without addingmilk, sugar or lemon.
The Cure: Black Tea will help in enhancing the function of the kidney, thereby not affecting it more.

LADIES FINGER or OKRA: Ladies finger is considered to be a good home medicine for diabetes.

The Process:

1. Slit the ladies finger into 2 halves vertically and soak it in water overnight.
2. The next morning, remove the ladies fingers and drink the water, before eating your breakfast. The Cure: After the ladies fingers are soaked overnight in the water, you can observe that the water becomes sticky in the morning. This sticky water is considered to be good for people who suffer from Diabetes.

Sunday, May 23, 2010

Natural Cures for Hair Loss

Natural Cures for Hair Loss

By: Dr Hair

Anyone who has deal with the unpleasant side effects of hair loss drugs has likely wondered about more natural treatment options. While hair loss drugs may bring about effective results, many men and women can't cope with the side effects they may bring such as headaches and facial swelling. Thanks to new developments in the hair loss field, you now have options.

The average person sheds somewhere approximately 50 to 100 hairs from their head daily. This level of shedding is completely normal and each hair that is expelled is shortly replaced by a new hair. Those that experience thinning hair aren't getting the new hair replacements after old hair is shed. With no replacement hair, the cycle is thwarted and balding begins to occur.
In order to stop future hair loss and get your hair growth cycle back to its regular pattern, you can use products for hair loss. It's important to assess the cause of your hair loss. If it's due to a temporary issue such as illness or medication allergies, you should certainly correct the root problem first. You can then use products for hair loss to help stimulate new hair growth.

Herbal Remedy for Hair Loss

The human hair follicle requires a delicate balance of nutrients, cleanliness and molecular activity in order to successfully produce hair. Any number of external factors can affect this balance and result in temporary or permanent hair loss. Rather than turn to prescription drugs as a solution, many people prefer to try an herbal remedy for hair loss.

Vitamins for Hair Loss

Vitamins for hair loss has gained more popularity in recent years as a natural means to combat hair loss. While not the most common cause of hair loss, poor nutrition can cause thinning hair, bald spots or overall hair loss. If your particular case of thinning hair is due to poor nutrition, you should quickly correct that, aiming to consume a well-balanced and nourishing diet. This is incredibly important, not just as a solution to your hair loss, but also for your entire body's health.

While most physicians recommend that everyone take a daily multi-vitamin if they suspect they aren't eating a completely balanced diet, vitamins for hair loss can be trickier territory. Certain vitamins have been shown to help hair grow; however, too many vitamins can also cause hair loss. If you are considering vitamins for hair loss, it's prudent to consult your physician to ensure you aren't actually contributing to your hair loss problem.

All Natural Hair Loss Treatment for Women

Although often thought of as solely a men's issue, thinning hair is also an important concern for a significant number of women in the United States and, indeed, throughout the world. Due to the great interest in preventing and rejuvenating thinning hair, the medical and cosmetic markets have been flooded with both prescription and over-the-counter products designed to fight the effects of hair loss.
Some of these products work to fight hair loss at the roots by infusing the hair follicles with chemicals. Others simply attempt to clean the scalp to promote hair rejuvenation. The proof of true effectiveness is debatable among various products, however, which leads many to seek an all natural hair loss treatment for women instead.

When you use natural cures for hair loss rather than hair loss drugs, you don't have to experience any side effects. All our Kevis products are altogether drug-free and they are gentle enough for use on sensitive hair. Even pregnant and nursing moms can use our natural hair loss treatment options without any issues.

About the Author
Hair guru Brian Bennett, also known by his patients as "The Hair Doctor," started in the beauty and hair care field over thirty years ago as a licensed Cosmetologist and Aesthetician, and is now a board certified Trichologist. For more information on our products please visit: Hair Loss Products & Treatments or Kevis Hair Regrowth Products

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Saturday, May 22, 2010

Easing The Symptoms Of Menopause With Natural Remedies

Easing The Symptoms Of Menopause With Natural Remedies

By: Lee Dobbins

Menopause can be a trying time. Moodiness, hot flashes, and reduced sex drive are nothing to look forward too! Luckily, there are many natural alternatives that women can use to help relive the symptoms of menopause.

Below are some plants and herbs that could help alleviate menopausal symptoms:

1. St. John's Wort - St. Johns Wort has been shown to help allevite hot flashes as well as reduce anxiety and stress. It can also be used to lift mild depression and has less side effects than drugs used as antidepressants.

St. Johns Wort isn't for everyone, however and should not be taken by anyon on Digoxin, Warfarin, anti-seizure drugs, Cyclosporin, Selective Serotonin Re-uptake Inhibitors, and any HIV medication. Talk to your doctor or a natural therapist before taking St. Johns Wort.

2. Black Cohosh - Another herb that helps alleviate hot flashes. This can be taken in tablet form or used topically as a cream or pessary. It works great on hot flashes and also can treat general aches and soreness caused by menopause in addition to vaginal dryness. If taken in high doses, though, it can cause headaches.

3. Chamomile, valerian, and passionflower - These herbs are great as an herbal tea but also come in tablet form. They are very soothing and can help you sleep better as well as relive night sweats. Valerian can act as a stimulant in some people so it should be used sparingly.

4. Hops - Useful for menopausal insomnia, hops is also effective for treating hot flashes. This herb is not recommended for women who have severe depression.

5. Panax Ginseng - Traditionally used by the Chinese to help treat mental and physical stress, this herb can also help alleiate hot flashes caused by overwork and fatigue. This herb is not for prolonged use as it can cause your blood pressure to increase. Do not take a lot of caffeine when you are on this herb.

6. Flaxseed or Linseed - These seeds can help with constipation, are good for your heart and may reduce inflammation as well as vaginal dryness. Flaxseed should be ground in a grinder right before you eat it and can be added to cereals, salads and smoothies. Two heaping teaspoons should do the trick.

7. Licorice - Sorry, I don't mean the candy! Licorice is actually an herb and can be useful in treating night sweats. Not recommended for prolonged consumption as it can raise your blood pressure.

8. Lavender - Lavender has a very calming and soothing effect and can help reduce depression. It may also be helpful in treating migraines and headaches in menopausal women.

9. Oat Straw - Oat straw helps to nourish the nervous system. It can be added to porridge, muesli, and breakfast cereals and can help alleviate mental strain.

10. Lemon Balm - Lemon balm makes a great herbal tea and can help you when you are feeling a bit down. It has a calming effect and can help to relieve tension and stress. This herb works best when it is fresh, so why not plant one on the window sill and have a fresh supply whenever you want!

11. Siberian ginseng - A bit milder than Panax ginseng, this herb can help increase stamina and is good to take in times when you have increased physical or mental demands. Since it is milder than Panax ginseng, it can be taken for longer periods. Avoid this herb if you have acute infections.

12. Primrose Oil - Evening primrose oil helps can relive the dryness associated with menopause. It is also said to be good for the heart and will help promote healthy vibrant skin.

13. Dong Quai - This is a Chinese herb which can help to alleviate hot flashes especially those triggered by overworking and fatigue.

For many women there is no need to turn to harmful prescription drugs to treat menopause symptoms - Mother nature has provided everything you need! Before taking any herbs, however, you should consult with a certified natural therapist as some herbs can interact with prescription drugs you are taking and may do you more harm than good.

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