Healthy Way Issue 30
Alfred Vogel focuses on simple, natural ways of avoiding coughs, colds, catarrh and poor circulation this winter using Echinaforce and vitamin C from fruit
In his regular feature, Jan de Vries looks at ways of coping with depression, with the use of Hypericum (St Johns Wort), diet, Vitamin B3, and meditation.
CranioSacral Therapy, based on findings by osteopaths over 70 years ago, can help deal with stress, tension, mobility, sleep and hormonal imbalance problems.
Dealing with panic attacks, fear and palpitations using non addictive natural solutions such as Passiflora, Avena sativa, Valerian, vitamin B and relaxation.
Arthritic and rheumatic conditions and how changing your diet and exercise can help along with useful herbs, vitamins and supplements such as Arnica, magnesium and glucosamine sulphate.
How to keep the balance of bacteria in the bowel to your advantage using Passiflora, Centaury, Molkosan (concentrated whey) and Frangula.
This article examines how Echinacea, Vitamin C, Flower Essence and Siberian Ginseng can help you cope with the stresses of winter, helping to maintain energy and reduce stress levels in winter.
Arnica montana (Leopard's bane) applied externally, is a very popular remedy for easing the pain and swelling of bruises as it is analgesic, anti-inflammatory and has healing properties.
Alison Cullen addresses readers' questions on various issues - a problem oesophagus; frequent night time toilet visits and the benefits of Helix Slim (Helianthus tuberosus).
Did You Know features the unique range of A.Vogel Echinacea products, starting with a gift from Ben Black Elk, a Native American of the Sioux tribe of South Dakota, to Alfred Vogel.