Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Herbal and Massage for Bronchitis Treatment

What is Bronchitis?
Bronchitis refers to the inflammation, irritation and infection of the main airways of the lungs. Bronchitis can either be of brief duration (acute) or have a long course (chronic). These main airways are generally termed bronchi. The main symptom is a cough that may produce yellow-grey phlegm or sputum. Additionally there may be symptoms including sore throat, blocked sinuses and nose.

Monday, October 17, 2016

Massage Points and Herbal for Impotence

Impotence is sexual dysfunction characterized by the inability to develop or maintain an erection of the penis during sexual activity in humans. More than 18 million men in the United States over age 20 are affected by erectile dysfunction, according to a study by researchers from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

The study, published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine, shows that one in four men at an outpatient clinic who sought help for erectile dysfunction (a condition where a man has a problem having or maintaining an erection) was actually under the age of 40. Plus, nearly half of those men under age 40 — 48.8 percent of them — had a severe case of the sexual condition, compared with 40 percent of men older than age 40.

Sunday, October 16, 2016

Massage and Herbal Treatment For Asthma

Asthma is a condition in which your airways narrow and swell and produce extra mucus. This can make breathing difficult and trigger coughing, wheezing and shortness of breath.

For many asthma sufferers, timing of these symptoms is closely related to physical activity. And, some otherwise healthy people can develop asthma symptoms only when exercising. This is called exercise-induced bronchoconstriction (EIB), or exercise-induced asthma (EIA). Staying active is an important way to stay healthy, so asthma shouldn't keep you on the sidelines.

Saturday, October 15, 2016

Benefits of Herbal Peach Tea

Peaches is believed to have originated in China which is also the largest producer of the peach fruit followed by Italy. Its appearance is similar to that of a small apple. It is generally round to oval in shape and measures 7 to 10 cm in diameter and 130 grams in weight. Its outer surface is fuzzy and features longitudinal depressions extending from the stem to the tip. Peaches are juicy and versatile summer fruits that are native to China and South Asia.

Its Latin name is Prunus persica, and peaches are a product of a deciduous tree and grows in temperate regions across the world. Peaches belong to the family of Rosaceae, which also include fruits like plums and cherries.

Nutritional Value of Peaches
Peaches store of nutrients that are vital for the healthy functioning of the body. Peaches are a rich provider of: vitamin A, beta-carotene, vitamin C (ascorbic acid), vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol), vitamin K (phylloquinone), vitamin B1 (thiamine), vitamin B2 (riboflavin), vitamin B3 (niacin), vitamin B-6, folate, and pantothenic acid.

Friday, August 26, 2016

5 herbs For Treatment High Cholesterol

This the five herbs for treatment highh cholesterol you can easy find at the market.

1. Garlic.
There many kind of garlic, but all garlic is affective, the best garlic to use is solo garlic. Some research suggests that garlic can help lower your blood pressure, reduce your blood cholesterol levels, and slow the progress of atherosclerosis. However, as with many alternative therapies, studies have yielded mixed results. For example, some studies have found that taking garlic for one to three months helps lower blood cholesterol levels.

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Herbal Potion to Control Cholesterol and Triglycerides Level

Good cholesterol, bad cholesterol, saturated fat, and unsaturated fat -- sometimes it seems like you need a program to keep track of all the fat players in the story of heart disease. In some ways, triglycerides are the easiest to understand.

Simply put, triglycerides are fat in the blood and are used to provide energy to the body. If you have extra triglycerides, they are stored in different places in case they are needed later. High triglyceride levels have been linked to a greater chance for heart disease.

Monday, August 22, 2016

Short History of Medicinal Cannabis

As the debate over legalizing cannabis or marijuana heats up, many continue to dispute the value of marijuana as a treatment for various ailments.  But history tells a much clearer story as the following facts show, but note I do not support the use of cannabis as medicine. There are many herbs that better than cannabis, i will show you later

The early Chinese surgeon Hua Tuo (c. 140-208) is credited with being the first recorded person to use cannabis as an anesthetic. He reduced the plant to powder and mixed it with wine for administration prior to conducting surgery. The Chinese term for "anesthesia" (mázui 麻醉) literally means "cannabis intoxication".
Cannabis is one of the 50 "fundamental" herbs in traditional Chinese medicine, and is prescribed to treat diverse indications.

In India, Cannabis was a major component in religious practices in ancient India as well as in medicinal practices. For many centuries, most parts of life in ancient India incorporated cannabis of some form. Surviving texts from ancient India confirm that cannabis' psychoactive properties were recognized, and doctors used it for treating a variety of illnesses and ailments. These included insomnia, headaches, a whole host of gastrointestinal disorders, and pain: cannabis was frequently used to relieve the pain of childbirth.

In Khorasan, Persia, Hasan ibn al-Sabbah, recruits followers to commit assassinations...legends develop around their supposed use of hashish. These legends are some of the earliest written tales of the discovery of the inebriating powers of Cannabis and the use of Hashish by a paramilitary organization as a hypnotic (see U.S. military use, 1942 below). Early 12th Century Hashish smoking becomes very popular throughout the Middle East.

The 1854 United States Dispensary said this about cannabis;
“Extract of hemp acts as a decided aphrodisiac, increases the appetite, and occasionally induces the cataleptic state. In morbid states it has been found to produce sleep, to allay spasm, to compose nervous inquietude, and to relieve pain. In these respects it resembles opium in its operation; but it differs from that narcotic in not diminishing the appetite, checking the secretions, or constipating the bowels. It is much less certain in its effects; but may sometimes be preferably employed, when opium is contraindicated by its nauseating or constipating effects. The complaints to which it has been specially recommended are neuralgia, gout, tetanus, hydrophobia, epidemic cholera, convulsions, chorea, hysteria, mental depression, insanity, and uterine hemorrhage. Dr. Alexander Christison, of Edinburgh, has found it to have the property of hastening and increasing the contractions of the uterus in delivery. It acts very quickly, and without anesthetic effect. It appears, however, to exert this influence only in a certain proportion of cases.”

Cannabis preparations were removed from the United States pharmacopoeia in 1941 “The Controlled Substances Act of 1970 placed illicit drugs in one of five schedules, and the final decision about which schedule a drug was put in was made not by medical experts but by the Justice Department-the attorney general (John Mitchell) and the Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs, later named the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA).