Hallucinogenic Herbs: Healing with herbs, Part 9


In less developed countries hallucinogens are the favored medicines. This is because sickness and death are viewed as being a consequence of interference from the spirit world, rather than being induced physically or organically.

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Healing with Herbs, Part 8: Herbal Medicines and the Law


A voluntary code of ethics has been proposed and advertising would enlist the help of retailers in avoiding the sort of advertising that preys on people desperate for help. Such regulations offers a middle ground on which herbal medicines can stand.

Basic Caring for the Caregiver Tips


Preventive health measures are important while providing care for another person. These include immunization, all the regularly scheduled check-ups, and recommended screenings, telling your doctor you are a caregiver and talking to him/her if you are feeling depressed or nervous.

How Pure Are The Herbs You Buy? Healing With Herbs, Part 4


Many herbalists will tell you the only sure way to know that your herbs are clean and free of poisons is to grow them yourself.

How to Enjoy Your Ideal Ayurvedic Diet


Each meal aims to cover all six tastes: sweet, sour, salty, pungent, astringent and bitter. Foods that are restricted are: heavily processed foods, excess sugar and caffeine and large amounts of animal protein.

Facts About Elder Care


Employers chip in for the cost of informal elder care. A recent Met Life study says that American businesses see $33 billion in lost productivity each year because of their employee’s caregiving obligations.

The Secret That Will Help Your Garden Thrive


The 9-year-old program, known as Grounds for Your Garden, keeps coffee grounds out of landfills and provides a nearly endless supply of grounds to the ever increasing number of gardeners who claim coffee as their key to success.