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Learn about natural herbal remedies that support the health of body systems which can mean health and well-being for you.

Monday, February 9, 2015

Natural Herbal Remedies Says Goodbye!!

Though we have had a nice run it is time to say good bye!

I have enjoyed my time with all you of viewing my posts, yet, I am moving on to another project.

Don't be dismayed however, because Natural Herbal Remedies will come back, just in a different form with a new look.

So, enjoy the old posts and I will see you again soon.  Thank you for all of YOUR support.

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Thursday, February 5, 2015

Kidney/Bladder Issues? Natural Herbal Remedies Recipe of the Week!

Health Kidney Broth
 I have a client that was diagnosed with Stage 4 Renal Failure.  We have been able to improve his symptoms and stabilize his kidneys using this recipe specifically designed for addressing weak kidneys.

When dealing with weak kidneys you have to adjust eating habits to help build the kidneys again.  One of the ways we do this is by using this soup, which can also be used simply as a broth or eating as a raw salad or juiced in a blender and drank daily.  The versatility of this recipe is what makes this recipe so valuable.  Also, this broth is low in phosphorus, sodium and potassium so as NOT to be too taxing on the kidneys.



Broth Recipe:    INGREDIENTS:
-          1 Small cabbage chopped
-          1 Cup of Parsley
-          1 Cup of Alfalfa Sprouts
-          1 Cup of Cauliflower
-          1 Cup of  Chopped Turnip Bottoms
-          1 Small Onion
-          8 Cloves of Garlic
-          1 Cup of Snow Peas
-          1 Cup of Chopped Ginger Root
-          ¼ Teaspoon of Cayenne Pepper
-      1 Teaspoon of Celtic or Himalayan Sea Salt
 
DIRECTIONS:
-          Place all of the ingredients in a pot of water and let boil for 20 minutes.  Now, you can either strain the veggies and drink the broth or eat this as a soup.  The nutrients from these veggies are for cleansing the body organs.
-          This recipe can also be a raw salad as well eaten during this fasting period.

Monday, February 2, 2015

Product of the Week for Natural Herbal Remedies - Mountain Rose Body Wash

Natural Cleaning with Herbal Body Wash



These lather rich liquid body washes from Acure Organics are formulated to provide deep moisture with each wash. Choose from an ultra-hydrating coconut pumpkin body wash or an unscented sensitive skin formula.

Sensitive Skin: This deep moisturizing blend is made with Acure’s signature ingredients uniquinone and argan stem cells to replenish lost moisture and elasticity without irritating the skin.

Ultra-Hydrating: This conditioning body wash has a rich coconut aroma and blends organic argan and pumpkin oils to create an omega filled treat for your skin.

INGREDIENTS:
Sensitive Skin: organic chamomile flower, organic acai berry, organic blackberry, organic rosehips, organic pomegranate, organic fair trade rooibos, sodium cocoyl isethionate (from coconut), glyceryl stearate se (vegetable), organic virgin coconut oil, stearyl dihydroxypropyldimomium oligosaccharides (from sugar), vegetable glycerin, glyceryl oleate (fatty acid), decyl glucoside (sugar soap), disodium cocoglucoside citrate (from coconut), phenethyl alcohol (fatty alcohol), glyceryl caprylate (vegetable fatty acid), sodium lauroyl lactylate (lactic acid salt), hydrolyzed jojoba esters, sclerotium gum (sugar gum), jojoba esters, organic argan oil, organic fair trade olive oil, d-alpha tocopheryl acetate (vitamin E), sea buckthorn seed oil, organic pumpkin seed oil, ubiquinone (CoQ10) , argan stem cells, glycerophosphoinositol lysine (from sunflower).

Ultra-Hydrating: organic chamomile flower, organic acai berry, organic blackberry, organic rosehips, organic pomegranate, organic fair trade rooibos, sodium cocoyl isethionate (from coconut), glyceryl stearate se (vegetable), organic virgin coconut oil, coconut endosperm, stearyl dihydroxypropyldimomium oligosaccharides (from sugar), vegetable glycerin, glyceryl oleate (fatty acid), decyl glucoside (sugar soap), disodium cocoglucoside citrate (from coconut), phenethyl alcohol (fatty alcohol), glyceryl caprylate (vegetable fatty acid), sodium lauroyl lactylate (lactic acid salt), hydrolyzed jojoba esters, sclerotium gum (sugar gum), jojoba esters, organic argan oil, organic fair trade olive oil, d-alpha tocopheryl acetate (vitamin E), sea buckthorn seed oil, organic pumpkin seed oil, ubiquinone (CoQ10) , argan stem cells, glycerophosphoinositol lysine (from sunflower).

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Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Eating Healthy on the Cheap with Natural Herbal Remedies


YOU CAN DO IT ON THE CHEAP!!
What is the key to eating healthy?  It goes beyond just using Natural Herbal Remedies you also have to eat healthy.  Otherwise the herbal supplements will have little affect on the body as they should.  Staying on a budget especially when pinching pennies is also important and can dictate food choices.  One day I was helping my daughter shop for groceries.  She is a sophomore in college and she was shopping with only $40 dollars!  She would not allow me to give her anymore money as she wanted to do this on her own!  So, I backed off and let her.

She wanted me to take her to the local discount grocery chain.  I objected because I knew that there would be no organic foods in that store.  She insisted so off to the store we went!  I was pleasantly surprised!  The store did have a selection of products that had ingredients in them you can read and pronounce!  Not, to mention, the produce sections were not bad either, the produce looked good, not overly ripe and the prices were reasonable.

My daughter was able to find great items some of which were organic which would last her for at least two weeks for under $40!  She spent $35 dollars in all!  WOW!!  While I always advocate, and still do, Farmer's Markets, yet, you can find some great, organic, food stuffs at discount grocery stores and their produce sections present good looking fruit and vegetables at a discount! 

Other ways to save $$$$$ MOOLA, when eating healthy:
  • Organic canned foods - I do not normally advocate eating food from a can, yet, I understand the necessity for them when you need them.  So, if you have to eat from the can make sure you rinse off the food with water to get rid of excess sodium.
  • Buy dry goods in bulk - You can save money buying your dry goods in bulk because you can get more for your money.
  • Coupons - This is not just a fad and they can save you some money.  Belonging to a group or a club where you can exchange them can help a great deal.
  • Farmer's Markets - Always have great deals and when you see where your food comes from it makes a real difference.
  • Grocery Co-ops - These co-ops are really good for helping to save you money and create a sense of community at the same time.  Being a member you also have a stake in the store's operation which can give you a voice in what they sell and how the store is managed.
So, eating healthy is not EXPENSIVE and it can be very affordable if you plan and do it-Right!!!  

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Monday, January 26, 2015

Product of the Week for Natural Herbal Remedies Called - Chai

Chai - A Classic

 ***From Mountain Rose Website take a look at this ......

Certified Organic & Made with Fair Trade Ingredients & Kosher Certified

Classic Chai

 This warm, piquant, and delightful blend was formally know as Oregon Chai. A great alternative for those who wish to avoid large amounts of caffeine, sugar, and dairy products, which are commonly found in commercial Chai products. An exotic beverage that is sure to tickle your taste buds!

Taste

Deep, earthy, and warming. This beverage is hearty with an exotic allure.

Aroma

Strong and irresistible combination of spices and pure vanilla beans.

Brewed color and time

Amber with orange tones. 5-10 minutes

Caffeine content

Contains caffeine

Ingredients

Organic Ginger root, organic Cinnamon bark, organic and fair trade Darjeeling Tea, organic Cardamom, organic and fair trade Cloves, organic and fair trade Nutmeg, and organic Vanilla bean. Contains Caffeine.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THIS GREAT PRODUCT GO TO

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Thursday, January 22, 2015

Probiotics, Gluten Sensitivies and Natural Herbal Remedies

Probiotics are GOOD Bacteria to the Rescue!

Thank you to Probiotics.org for the most appropriate picture!  It seems now a days people are more sensitivity than ever to almost any and everything on planet earth!  Makes you wonder what kind of quality of life can a person possibly have if they have to live life inside of a bubble!

Food/Gluten Sensitivities, allergies, infections, viruses are all the result of being plagued by symptoms that can be triggered by food or our environment.  So, in the age of fast this and convenient that how does one truly cope?  Well, that answer is not an easy one because in order to cope, you first have to know that you can not only cope yet, you can thrive!  This means changing how you think about getting and being well.

Everyone is talking about probiotics these days and that is because of the encouraging new scientific studies that have come out in favor of how effective they can be to overall health.  Being well and staying well is not an art or a chore, it is a joy when you do it right and work to keep it up.  This is where Probiotics come in and work well.

What are probiotics?  GOOD bacteria that help the intestines function as they should in the body.  Why are they important?  Because they help to prevent BAD bacteria from growing out of control and causing harm to the body which is otherwise known as Intestinal Dysbiosis.  When there is an imbalance of bacteria in the body or on the body, such as the skin, then you may have Intestinal Dysbiosis.

An imbalance of bacteria in the body, specifically in the intestines, can cause the following:
  • - Viral Activity                                 - Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  • - Autoimmune Disorders                 - Food Intolerances
  • - Constipation                                  - Yeast Infections

What are the benefits of having GOOD bacteria or Probiotics?
  • Boosts Immunity
  • Helps Ease Inflammation that causes pain
  • When combined with healthy eating habits can aid in correcting intestinal and digestive issues
  • Helps fight off viruses much more effectively either in or on the body
  • Helps the body prevent allergy or food sensitivity symptoms 
What makes a GOOD Probiotic?
  1. Does not easily get destroyed and makes its way to the intestines where it can do the most good
  2. Should be plant based to be easily accepted and absorbed by the body
  3. Needs to contain multiple strains of GOOD bacteria to be of most assistance to an ailing body
  4. Encourages the body to grow GOOD bacteria on its own which can kill off any BAD bacteria that happen to be present
Herbal Probiotics are great as they meet the criteria listed above and they are:
  • Yucca
  • Bee Propolis
  • Buckthorn

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Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Shingles & Natural Herbal Remedies

The Shingles Virus

I was speaking with my cousin about her Shingles condition.  She explained how the doctor has her on medication to address this condition and she has it under control. Yet, I wanted to write a post on this issue because there is a way to address this skin condition naturally.

In the advertisements, it is stated that the Shingles virus is as a result of one having had the Chickenpox virus.  Though the chickenpox virus may be a contributing factor to contracting Shingles, another reason can also be attributed to nerve stress and a lack of Vitamin B Complex.  When one is stressed nerve acids can form and without the proper B Complex vitamins the nerves can't nourish themselves properly.  Nerve acids are formed as a result of this stress and this skin eruption can occur.  This is why you see the painful skin eruptions following the nerve branches on the skin.

The following herbs can be taken either in extract or tea form to help the nerves reduce the amount of acid formed.  You can also use Red Clover, Aloe and Astragulas in combination externally on the skin.

  • Red Clover - To cleanse the blood
  • Astragulas - Addresses viral activity
  • Royal Jelly, Bee Pollen and Bee Propolis (preferrably, in combination) - A good source of Vitamin B complex
It is important during this time to avoid acid foods such as oranges, grapefruits, tomatoes, and also avoid drinking their juices and definitely stay away from soda regular and diet varieties.  Drinking Green Drink daily and plenty of water will help to reduce the nerve acid from forming.  Remember, to keep the bowels open because bowel movements are important to ridding the body of excess acid.  Follow this regimen daily until the virus is gone.


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