Healthy Way Selected Articles
Jan de Vries considered Alfred Vogel a genius. Vogel often surprised medical professionals and academics with his vast knowledge of Nature. A practical man, he had a breadth of vision and achieved a great deal in his lifetime.
Conventional treatments for varicose veins are frequently invasive and painful. Horse Chestnut (Aesculus) tablets are easy to take, whilst helping prevent the situation worsening and alleviating symptoms.
There are many distressing features to IBS but it is relatively easy to cure, yet many people suffer for years with stomach ache, constipation and diarrhoea, unaware that there are natural solutions.
The urinary tract is part of the system which rids the body of unwanted waste products. A healthy diet, plain water and herbal remedies can help improve the health of the kidneys so ensuring that the waterworks works.
There’s nothing we can do about winter weather but we can take measures to strengthen our systems against ill health, through sensible eating, vitamins and herbal remedies.
Few people make it through life without experiencing some stress. The trick is to rise to the challenges in a way that doesn’t destroy our minds, chew our muscles and reduce us to a shivering wreck.
It's not that painful. All you have to do is first ensure the exit routes are open and then with a few sensible lifestyle changes and the help of gentle herbal remedies you can help clean up your act.
Most people do not worry enough about heart health, not believing that what they are eating, drinking and doing has any significant effect on the cardiovascular system.
Fibromyalgia is one of those handy terms encompassing many chronic, debilitating symptoms that don’t seem to respond particularly well to conventional approaches.
A cold sore starts out as a small bubble-like lesion, which over 24 hours reaches a blister stage. Louise Harland Titmuss looks at ways of dealing with this persistent virus
Learn how to control those annoying insects - lice, midges and mosquitoes - using the Indian Village Pharmacy, the Neem Tree, using both Neem seed oil and Neem leaf extract to create superb insect repellents.
Sage leaves sweat in the sun and many menopausal women have cause to be grateful to those who originally spotted Sage’s potential as a sweat regulator.
In modern times, Agnus castus has increasingly become recognised for its beneficial effect on female hormones, boosting the levels of luteinising hormone and therefore the production of progesterone.
Gallstones are one of the repercussions of the Western high-fat, low fibre diet. Berberis helps with the formation and movement of bile, getting it out of the gall-bladder and into the digestive tract where it can tackle the fats.
Much of Calendula's beneficial action derives from its ability to soothe inflammation, making it ideal for irritated skin. Internally one of its most useful actions is in clearing congestion from the lymphatic system.
Many people find that Ginger has a calming, soothing effect on their digestive tract, relieving wind and reducing digestive spasm. The Chinese see it as a ‘blood tonic’, warming the blood and boosting the circulation.