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Anti-cold natural remedies

Staying Fit In Autumn – Natural Cold Remedies

Autumn dank months are almost inevitably sowing cold among the masses, but fortunately, this is where herbs and natural remedies come to the rescue. Boasting generally mild and efficient action, medicinal herbs have been used to treat cold for long centuries: from Hippocrates and Qin era to Archibald Menzies times and further on. Herbal medicine has been carefully absorbing the wisdom piece by piece, from one generation to another, to offer a wealth of knowledge to informational society. Being less toxic and having fewer side effects in comparison with synthetic drugs, herbal remedies are oftentimes prescribed to the elderly, children and pregnant women.

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Herbal Remedies For Menopause – A Comprehensive Overview

Menopause in women - herbal treatment

Taking advantage of using herbal remedies for menopause is one of the most efficient methods to level the climacteric syndrome and undesired manifestations. Herbal treatment of severe menopause symptoms with the help of herbal medicine is not aiming at substituting the missing hormones, but at promoting the comfortable adaptation to their reduction. However, we are not going to discuss phytoestrogens, oftentimes prescribed during menopause as extremely powerful medications. […]

Herbal Cigarettes – Not a Panacea, But a Help

Quit smoking with herbal cigarettes

A good half of smoking cessation methods is based on the use of manifold substitutes – nicotine patches, gums, electronic cigarettes and etc. You broke up with a cigarette through exchanging it for one of these substitutes; unequal exchange, of course, but smokers believe it is better than nothing. All of the above alternatives have one thing in common: […]

Natural Remedies For Hayfever That Guarantee Results

Natural hayfever remedies in action

Hayfever is a widespread name of pollen allergy, the main symptom of which is allergic rhinitis. The term ‘hayfever’, appeared in 1829 and today it is no longer relevant, because the disease has nothing to do with hay or fever conditions. Hayfever is primarily accompanied by rhinitis – inflammation of the mucous membrane lining the nasal cavity. […]