We all have experienced indigestion at one time or another. Even if you are not prone to it on a regular basis, you may have noticed an uneasiness in your stomach after overindulging yourself on one occasion or another, like after family gathering, Christmas, Birthday parties and so on… There are many reasons for indigestion,… Continue reading Top Tips for Indigestion
I can’t believe it’s May already; the Spring has come to greet us in a full swing and with it came a mass of flowers. I’m sat here looking at my garden and see the grass speckled with white daisies and yellow dandelions. I can’t help but wonder… why do we consider these amazing plants… Continue reading Dandelion… weed or a valuable herb?
Parkinson’s Disease is a progressive degenerative disorder which affects the neurons responsible for motor skills; resulting in shaking, difficulty with walking, movement and coordination. Harmonious work of the nervous system depends upon the balanced action and information exchange between its cells (neurons). Neurons use special messenger molecules, called neurotransmitters, in order to rely information between… Continue reading Parkinson’s Disease
Ginseng (Panax Ginseng) comes from the Araliaceae family. Ginseng is a low-growing perennial plant found mostly in China, Russia, Korea and Japan. As Ginseng is native to China, it holds a history of usage spanning over 2000 years within the system of the Traditional Chinese Medicine. It was believed that regular use of this herb… Continue reading Ginseng
Devil’s Claw (Harpagophytum procumbens) comes from the Pedaliaceae family, just like sesame. Devil’s Claw has been extensively used in South African folk medicine in the form of an ointment for injuries and skin disorders, as well as internally as a dried root powder. The root of Devil’s Claw has anti-inflammatory as well as pain reducing… Continue reading Devil’s Claw in Herbal Medicine