Healthy Way Issue 38
Alfred Vogel enjoyed collecting and eating pine buds on his walks as he knew of their effectiveness against coughs. This article gives background to his creation of the delicious and efficacious pine syrup, Santasapina.
Jan de Vries looks at the beautiful yellow herb, Arnica montana, explaining why he considers Arnica Gel to be one of the best gels for sports' injuries and other inflammatory conditions.
Be Prepared! Devise an easy-to-follow plan NOW to see you through to the new year. Kirian Taylor offers some wise advice on setting yourself up for winter stresses and strains .
Kirian Taylor investigates the path that the normal seven or eight pints of blood takes around the adult body, explaining its importance and what to do to maintain and improve a healthy circulation.
You know those irritating people who breeze through the winter never catching a thing? That could be you this year! Alison Cullen takes a look at surviving possible winter ailments.
The benefits of soups and stews, bulging with nutritious vegetables and herbs, were well-known to early food-reformers like Alfred Vogel, who urged patients to eat natural foods. We look at some tasty recipes.
What is the future for the hedgerow? Introduced as a boundary mark and wind break, it offers safety, shelter and food for small animals and birds.
Growing freely almost anywhere, Yarrow offered a complete medicine chest in years past. Today it is seen as a natural way of easing digestive discomfort.
Our regular contributor, Alison Cullen, answers readers' questions on depression, rheumatoid arthritis and allergic rhinitis.