Digestive and Stomachic Herbs

Stomachics and digestives are those herbs which tonify the stomach and spleen, promote digestion, facilitate distribution, and accelerate, movement of accumulated excess food in the stomach. Digestive ailments requiring treatment with these medications are...

Benefits of Bayberry

Bayberry is an aromatic shrub growing over most of the U.S. It is considered by many to be one of the most useful and valuable herbs in the botanic field. The fruit, or BERRIES, are...

Historical Mixtures to Boost Libido and Sexual Potency

Normally, a healthy man has more sexual power and more sexual desire and need. For the purpose of preserving this sexual power, mankind has resorted to many remedies since the first ages of history....

Manicure At Home – Short Nails

(The hands are one of the most noticeable parts of the body, so set aside a regular weekly slot to perform a quick manicure as part of your home spa treatment.) Hands are regularly exposed...

Development Stages of Acne

Pimples usually seem to pop up overnight. This may sometimes be the case, but more often the pimple that you notice has taken weeks, even months to develop before you ever see it. Once...

Why Do We Sweat? – Anatomy of Sweating

Some people sweat more than others, but everybody sweats. The major functions of sweating are to remove unwanted waste products from the body and to help regulate the body's temperature. Sweating goes on whether...

Antirheumatic Herbs

Herbs which expel "evil" wind-and-damp-excess from the body and thereby relieve painful symptoms of rheumatism and arthritis in joints, sinews, muscles, bones and meridians belong in the "antirheumatic" group. Their primary pharmaco-dynamic effects are...

Health Benefits of Ginger

The Jamaica ginger is considered the best, although some ginger is now being cultivated in Florida. This is not to be confused with the wild ginger (Asarum Canadense), also known as the Canada snakeroot. A...

Diuretic Herbs: Herbs for Urine Infection

Herbs primary pharmacodynamic effects of which are to eliminate excess water from the system by converting it to urine and facilitating its passage through the bladder and ureter are called "diuretics." These drugs all...

Health Benefits of Myrrh

According to an ancient legend, the gum resin of myrrh is the bitter tears of Myrrha whom the Gods turned into the myrrh shrub to protect her from her drunken father. He was Theias,...