Teas are the gentle, natural, most beneficial way to absorb the healing properties of herbs--easily and inexpensively. A simple cup of tea not only has the power to soothe and relax but to deliver healing herbal agents to the bloodstream more quickly than capsules, tinctures, or infusions.
Numerous experimental and clinical observations have made it possible to establish that extracts form adaptogenic plants Leuzea carthamoides, Rhodiola rosea, Eleutherococcus senticosus, Shizandra chinensis and some separated constituents of them are able to: Enhance Energy Level Increase Muscle Mass Increase Strength and Endurance Improve Blood Circulation in Muscles and Brain Restore Sexual Activity and Fertility Improve Mental Workability Restore Immune System Activity Prevent Common Cold Appearance Act as Antioxidants Decrease Consequences of Stress These properties contribute to the adaptation of the body to the effects of various stressors and thereby increase its nonspecific resistance against stress-related illnesses.
This book examines the spiritual causes of disease and methods of alternative healing, both with and without the use of natural medicines and spiritual counseling. The author discusses herbs taken internally as well as the use of Tibetan incenses and Native American smudges (herbal aromatherapies) for serious chronic conditions such as cancer and other immune compromising disorders. For both patients and practitioners.
Aphrodisiacs is a fun and sexy romp through the world of natural libido enhancers, perfect to keep at your bedside table or even in the kitchen! Throughout centuries, all over the world, men and women have used food, oils, scents, ointments, and charms to have hotter sex, and the list goes beyond oysters and chocolate:
Tongue diagnosis is a vital instrument used in Chinese medicine both to assess the current health of a patient and to provide a basis for prognosis. It also informs the practitioner about the underlying strength or weakness of the patient’s constitution.
The first contemporary translation of the 1,000-year-old text at the foundation of modern medicine and biology.
Presents the actual words of Avicenna translated directly from the original Arabic, removing the inaccuracies and errors of most translators.
Explains current medical interpretations and ways to apply Avicenna’s concepts today, particularly for individualized medicine.
Reveals how Avicenna’s understanding of the “humors” corresponds directly with the biomedical classes known today as proteins, lipids, and organic acids.
This book is a profound but practical testament to the healing power of balanced living and shows how Ayurveda's ancient principles of health can help you achieve the highest levels of physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being. Cancer survivor Maya Tiwari provides a thorough profile of the seven body types and the foods best suited to each. Her book is the first to include a complete discussion of the personality or psychospiritual attributes of the Ayurvedic body types, as well as food charts, seasonal menus, and recommended daily routines for each type. A chapter on sadhanas focuses on activities of the hearth, home, garden, and community that activate our "cognitive memory" of right living. An extensive section of uncomplicated recipes, keyed to the body types, and another on home remedies help provide a painless transition to a healthier and more fulfilling lifestyle.
The Green Witch's Guide to Essential Oils for Spellcraft, Ritual & Healing Part reference guide, recipe book, and ritual journey, Blackthorn’s Botanical Magic offers readers an in-depth exploration of the hidden potential in their hearts and noses. From rose-scented rosaries, the lingering aroma of frankincense, or the ritual energy of white sage, readers will delve into the hidden realms of scent found in prayer, meditation, shamanic journeying, and rituals of all kinds.