Healthy Way Issue 35
Alfred Vogel was a great exponent of a natural, healthy diet, good fresh air, exercise and restful sleep. Throughout his long life he emphasised the need for this balanced approach to life. This article underlines Alfred Vogel's holistic approach to keeping the body healthy.
In Fifty Years Fighting, the second volume of his autobiography, Jan de Vries looks at the many struggles he has had over his 50 years helping others. Here he offers one of the fascinating case histories.
Beauty is much more than skin deep. It reflects what's going on on the inside too. Kirian Taylor looks at how to maintain that healthy glow through exercise, good healthy food and of course, using herba and minerals.
At New Year, despite all good intentions, some rich but not too nutritious foods pass the lips. Healthy Eating is a lot tastier and less boring than you might think. No matter what your plans, here are some delicious suggestions.
A persistent cough can be very annoying but why do we cough? Alison Cullen explains the importance of this everyday occurrence and highlights herbs that can help make the experience less unpleasant.
In this article Alison Cullen looks at the body's internal waste disposal system, how it works and how can you help it carry out its essential processes. An remember, detox does not have to be a penance!
Alfred Vogel’s meeting of minds with Black Elk helped bring Echinacea purpurea (purple coneflower) to the attention of many people throughout the world. We look at the factors that make the difference - environment, organic cultivation, harvesting, freshness and effectiveness.
Echinacea is one of our most popular herbs. A study by Dr Brinkeborn on Echinaforce, the organic fresh herb tincture made from Echinacea purpurea, clearly showed a reduction in the cold and flu symptoms compared to the placebo group.
Research shows the effectiveness of the natural anti-inflammatory, Arnica montana gel, as cmpared with a leading synthetic, ibuprofen gel.
Solidago (Golden Rod), a perennial plant that can survive so well, some may consider it a weed. We look at some of its benefits.
Alison Cullen, answers readers questions on depression, stiff joints and digestive problems brought on by a hiatus hernia.