Date: January 17, 2007
Author: Dr Parveen
It is a common well known fact and that women must avoid drugs during their pregnancy time. There are many medicines that women take which affect the birth characteristics of the new born baby. These drugs can be the common nausea drugs, antihistamines, skin medicines, and even laxatives. They have […]
Archive for the 'Herbs' Category
Publication: Natural Product Insider
Author: Jenifer Hunt
Date: January 16, 2007
Cleopatra and Alexander the Great had more in common than their high-profile jobs and “type A” personalities. It’s believed they both appreciated the healing properties of the aloe vera plant long before modern science began proving its benefits.
Aloe vera (L.) Burm ., a member of the lily […]
Publication: USA Today
Author: Rita Rubin
Date: January 11, 2007
Black snakeroot, squaw root, rattle root, rattle weed, bugwort.
Call it what you will, the herb most commonly known as black cohosh has been used to treat even more conditions than it has names.
Native Americans treated rheumatism, malaise, malaria, colds, constipation and hives with it, to cite a few. In […]
Author: SHELLY LEWELLEN
Date: December 26th 2006
Knowledge about Sonoran Desert flora may have been lost if the Tucson Botanical Gardens hadn’t started the Heritage Plants Intergenerational Project.
Senior citizens from Catholic Community Services and students from Sahuaro High School came together in the garden to share and absorb others’ knowledge about plants.
In the second year […]
Author: Lollie Barr
Date: December 17th 2006
We’re always on the lookout for the latest, greatest technological marvel that will make us even more gorgeous. But looking into the past can also have its rewards, which explains the rising popularity of Ayurveda, the 5000-year-old medical system of India.
Spas across the nation are offering Ayurvedic rejuvenation and […]
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