Healthy Way Issue 31
Alfred Vogel, the Nature Doctor, writes about haemorrhoids, MORE commonly known as piles, and the remedies that can help this ailment, often associated with chronic constipation.
Jan de Vries writes that fungal conditions can be persistent and difficult to treat. They may start on the hands, on the feet or on some remote areas of the skin.
Lizww McGraw looks at the benefits of gardening organically, growing vegetables like beans, carrots, onions, beetroot, lettuce, potatoes without pesticides.
Looks at eating habits, diet, chewing, weight gain, liver function, blood sugar, stress, poor digestion, the benefits of exercise and herbs such as Jerusalem Artichoke, Milk Thistle, Choline and Inositol, Cynara.
Catherine Lang looks at the cultivation under organic protocol of Devil's Claw from small primary tuber to full grown plant in the Kalahari Desert of South Africa.
Timid, Emergency, Over Dominant, Highly Strung Flower Essences and Sepaeation help small pet owners deal with animal behaviour such as aggression, anxiety, fear or lack of confidence..
Catherine Lang describes the joy of sailing on a Tall Ship with the Jubilee Sailing Trust, which integrates disabled and able-bodied people as voyage crew.
Investigates Devil's Claw (Harpagophytum) which has grown popular because of its effect on joint and muscle pain which has been proved in recent trials..
Alison Cullen, nutritionist, answers readers' questions on memory, circulation and dealing with high cholesterol through diet, and useful herbal remedies.