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.

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Healing With Herbs, part 7, Guidlines For Brewing Herb Tea


It is far less costly and more satisfying to make your own remedies with homegrown herbs picked right from your garden. You can combine herbs to fit your own needs and tastes and make just the amounts you need. Furthermore, one can guarantee the purity of the herbs since you would know they had not been treated with any toxic chemicals.

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.

Pharmacognosy: Healing With Herbs, Part 2


Typically, a pharmacognosist is interested in isolating and describing the active ingredients, or bioactive molecules, of plants.

Botanicals in Modern Medicine: Healing With Herbs, Part 3


Wherever possible these principals were being duplicated in the chemistry lab, then marked as “purer” medicines.

About Healing With Herbs


There are many people who regard herbal healing as superstitious based, antiquated or hocus-pocus.

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.