For centuries, herbal therapies have been used to treat many diseases. They may not be cured, but they can reduce the symptoms. For the treatment safe and effective, consult a professional herbal therapy.
Cancer: It is believed that some herbs may be resistant to infection, many studies show that technology, basil, rosemary, lemongrass, mint and parsley can be resistant cancer.
Heart: Eating garlic helps reduce “bad” cholesterol and fats, can also lower blood pressure. It is believed that it has the ability to prevent blood clotting.
Vomiting: The women often use ginger to relieve morning gagging, it is believed that it can prevent unpleasant symptoms in humans.
Gastrointestinal: Herbs include coriander, dill, mint and garlic vegetables have long been used in traditional therapy for gastrointestinal disorders.
Diabetes: Ginseng may affect blood sugar levels, reduces the risk of diabetes.
OA: Herbs and spices can reduce inflammation, which means they can be useful in the treatment of arthritis. Especially ginger and turmeric are being studied for their effect on the pain.
Joint pain: Rosemary is often used to treat the disease causing joint pain, and celery is another common treatment.
Acid reflux: Many herbs can reduce the symptoms of acid reflux, even if they are not cured. Chrysanthemums are very good to stabilize the stomach and nerves, also can reduce nighttime heartburn.
Worry: lemon oil interests if the anxiety caused gastrointestinal problems such as nausea, bloating and stomach pain, and valerian (valerian) for better comfort and sleep.
Menopause: Some herbs can ease the symptoms of menopause, such as natural tree ghost (black cohosh), ginkgo biloba (ginkgo biloba), and ginseng.
PMS (premenstrual): Chrysanthemums reduce muscle soreness, raspberry leaf helps relieve spasms and primrose leaves relieve breast during premenstrual women.