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"Herbal combinations worthy of consideration include the Hoxsey formula (available as Herbal Veil Tonic from Lenox Labs 800-256-2253), Essiac formula available in raw herb form (Herbal Healing Academy 501-269-4177) or in finished form at a higher price from Essiac Intl. (613-820-0503). Individual herbs that merit consideration for cancer patients include: goldenseal, licorice, Pau D'Arco. While I am not mentioning the thousands of herbs commonly used in the Orient that are not widely available in the U.S., these herbs can be very helpfiil when recommended by a qualified herbalist."
- Patrick Quillin, Beating Cancer with Nutrition (Get the book.)

"Herbal combinations worthy of consideration include the Hoxsey formula (available as Herbal Veil Tonic from Lenox Labs 800-256-2253), Essiac formula available in raw herb form (Herbal Healing Academy 501-269-4177) or in finished form at a higher price from Essiac Intl. (613-820-0503). Individual herbs that merit consideration for cancer patients include: goldenseal, licorice, Pau D'Arco. While I am not mentioning the thousands of herbs commonly used in the Orient that are not widely available in the U.S., these herbs can be very helpful when recommended by a qualified herbalist."

- Patrick Quillin, PhD,RD,CNS, Beating Cancer with Nutrition (Get the book.)

"The herbalist may use an age-old formula for making an herb tea or a poultice, but can also improvise in the manner of an experienced cook departing from a recipe. As one herbalist expressed it, "Herbalism is more an art and a tool of divine nature than a science. ... It is very difficult for an herbalist to tell specifically why he would use this or that herb in a formula." In this system that depends on the herbalist's intuition and experience, it is standard practice to increase the effect of a formula by combining a number of herbs."
- Maesimund B. Panos, M.D. and Jane Heimlich, Homeopathic Medicine at Home: Natural Remedies for Everyday Ailments and Minor Injuries (Get the book.)

"Italian herb mixture 1 15-oz can navy beans, drained Salt (use No Salt or Nu-Salt) and pepper to taste þDINNER ? Orange and Fennel Salad Ingredients: 1 orange 1 small bulb fennel 1 head romaine lettuce, cut up 'A cup chopped parsley 1 tbsp olive or flaxseed oil dressing Directions: Slice orange and fennel, then toss with greens and dressing in a large bowl. Dr."
- Michael T. Murray, Beat Diabetes Naturally: The Best Foods, Herbs, Supplements, and Lifestyle Strategies to Optimize Your Diabetes Care (Get the book.)

"An isotonic tea of the herb, strained well of very small leaf and stem hairs, makes a soothing eyewash; it reduces conjunctiva inflammation. Styes also diminish with its use. The plant can be likened to a combination of Bloodroot, Desert barberry, and California poppy. Indications: • Muscular pain • Insomnia, restlessness • Spasmodic cough • Intestinal cramps • Bacterial infections (external) • Burns, abrasions (external) • Conjunctivitis (eyewash) Collection: Collect Prickly poppy throughout the spring and summer."
- Charles W. Kane, Herbal Medicine of the American Southwest (Get the book.)

"Dosage: • herb infusion: 2-4 ounces 2-3 times daily • DPT (50% alcohol): 20-40 drops 2-3 times daily • Eyewash: 3-4 times daily Cautions: Even in moderate quantities, problems can potentially develop when the seeds or particularly the refined seed oil is ingested regularly. In northern India Mustard seed oil, adulterated with Prickly poppy seed oil (Argemone mexicana) has been the cause of numerous deaths. Individuals succumb as a result of massive interstitial fluid disorganization, vascular deterioration, and subsequent edema."

- Charles W. Kane, Herbal Medicine of the American Southwest (Get the book.)

"The internally used whole herb is less toxic. Short-term use of 2-3 weeks at any one time is relatively safe. Individuals taking this plant should be strong, healthy, and currently not on any major pharmaceutical regimens. Do not use while pregnant or lactating. PlJNCTUREV INE Zygophyllaceae - Caltrop family Tribulus terrestris Goathead, Sandbur, Bullhead Description: Puncturevine grows mat-like and covers expansive stretches. The entire plant is hairy, including the leaves, which are composed of 4-7 small compound leaflets."

- Charles W. Kane, Herbal Medicine of the American Southwest (Get the book.)

"In folkloric tradition, an unmarried woman who places a piece of the herb under her pillow will dream of her future husband."
- Brigitte Mars, A.H.G., The Desktop Guide to Herbal Medicine: The Ultimate Multidisciplinary Reference to the Amazing Realm of Healing Plants, in a Quick-study, One-stop Guide (Get the book.)

"An important herb in Ayurvedic medicine. Astragalus Roots. Phytochemicals: Betaine, beta-(Astragalus sitosterol, formononetin, isoliquiritimembranaceus) genin. Nutrients: Calcium, choline, copper, essential fatty acids, iron, magnesium, manganese, potassium, zinc. Acts as a tonic to protect the immune system. Aids adrenal gland function and digestion. Increases metabolism, produces spontaneous sweating, promotes healing, and provides energy to combat fatigue and prolonged stress. Increases stamina."
- Phyllis A. Balch, CNC, Prescription for Nutritional Healing, 4th Edition: A Practical A-to-Z Reference to Drug-Free Remedies Using Vitamins, Minerals, Herbs & Food Supplements (Get the book.)

"Yohimbine, a key component of this herb, is sold as a prescription medication. Available in a wide variety of bodybuilding and sexual aid supplements. Caution: Can induce anxiety, panic attacks, and hallucinations in some individuals. May also cause elevated blood pressure and heart rate, headache, dizziness, and skin flushing. Serious adverse effects, including renal failure, seizures, and death have been reported. Should not be used by women or by anyone with high blood pressure; heart, kidney, or liver disease; or a psychological disorder."

- Phyllis A. Balch, CNC, Prescription for Nutritional Healing, 4th Edition: A Practical A-to-Z Reference to Drug-Free Remedies Using Vitamins, Minerals, Herbs & Food Supplements (Get the book.)

"If the natural herb is used for a prolonged period, supplemental vitamin B^ (thiamine) should be taken, because enzymes in horsetail destroy this vitamin. Some processed horsetail does not contain these enzymes and in that case vitamin B-| supplementation is not required. Check with individual manufacturer. Hydrangea Rhizomes, Phytochemicals: Kaempferol, (Hydrangea roots. quercetin, rutin, saponin. Nutrients: arborescens) Calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, selenium, zinc. Stimulates the kidneys and acts as a diuretic."

- Phyllis A. Balch, CNC, Prescription for Nutritional Healing, 4th Edition: A Practical A-to-Z Reference to Drug-Free Remedies Using Vitamins, Minerals, Herbs & Food Supplements (Get the book.)

"In clinical practice, this herb is often used for men with lack of libido, low sperm count, and poor sperm motility. It can be combined with ashwagandha, suo yang (Cynomorium songaricum), and morinda root to enhance the effects. The leaf and vine of he shou wu are known as ye jiao teng, and they occasionally are used to calm nervousness, treat insomnia, and reduce itching. Most he shou wu in the marketplace is prepared by steaming the roots with black bean juice and yellow rice wine. The processed root is known as zhi he shou wu."
- David Winston, RH(AHG), and Steven Maimes, Adaptogens: Herbs for Strength, Stamina, and Stress Relief (Get the book.)

"Or he can study alternative medicines and find out again and again how important vitamins and minerals are, find out about immune enhancers, find out about Echinacea, suma377 and other herbs like Paullina cupana,378 gingko 376 Pygeum africanum: a tall evergreen tree from which tea is made from its bark to control urinary disorders in men 377 Suma: a South American herb used to help regulate and enhance your endocrine, nervous, digestive, cardiovascular and immune systems. 378 Paullinia cupana: an herb harvested from the Amazon rain forests, used to support mental alertness and fight fatigue."
- Kenneth W Thomas, Ron Gilbert, Gerd Schaller, Side Effects: The Hidden Agenda of the Pharmaceutical Drug Cartel (Get the book.)

"Has diuretic, antioxidant, antibacterial, A rainforest herb used anti-inflammatory, and expectorant properties. Helps to protect the liver and kidneys. May reduce blood sugar levels. Useful for indigestion, fever, coughs, burns, skin problems, and weight loss. in skin care products as an emollient, and as an orange-yellow food coloring. 1 r\n Ashwagandha Roots. (Withania somnifera) Phytochemicals: Alkaloids, beta-sitosterol, chlorogenic acid, scopoletin, withaferin. Nutrients: Amino acids, choline. Rejuvenates and energizes the nervous system."
- Phyllis A. Balch, CNC, Prescription for Nutritional Healing, 4th Edition: A Practical A-to-Z Reference to Drug-Free Remedies Using Vitamins, Minerals, Herbs & Food Supplements (Get the book.)

"Golden rod herb (2 oz.) Directions: Take 1 ounce each of the first three herbs and 2 ounces each of the rest of the herbs, and thoroughly mix them together. Keep them in an airtight container. You may put them in the refrigerator. Before bedtime, soak 3 tablespoons of the mixture in 2 cups of water, cover it, and leave it covered overnight. The following morning, bring the concoction to a boil; then strain it. If you forget to soak the herbs in the evening, boil the mixture in the morning, and let it simmer for 5 to 10 minutes before straining."
- Andreas Moritz, The Liver and Gallbladder Miracle Cleanse: An All-Natural, At-Home Flush to Purify and Rejuvenate Your Body (Get the book.)

"Cayenne Pepper Herbologists often refer to cayenne as the Master herb. It is typically ground from the pods and seeds of pungent, long, tapering red peppers of the genus Capsicum. When mixed with most other herbs in combination, cayenne acts as a catalyst—that is, it makes the other herbs react, and thus work more effectively. Cayenne pepper is a stimulant that raises metabolism, increases circulation by purifying and thinning the blood, and helps many digestive disorders."
- Tom Woloshyn, The Complete Master Cleanse: A Step-by-Step Guide to Maximizing the Benefits of The Lemonade Diet (Get the book.)

"Chicory herb (2 oz.) Uva ursi (2 oz.) Hydrangea root (2 oz.) Gravel root (2 oz.) Marshmallow root (2 oz.) Golden rod herb (2 oz.) Directions: Take 1 ounce each of the first three herbs and 2 ounces each of the rest of the herbs, and thoroughly mix them together. Keep them in an airtight container. You may put them in the refrigerator. Before bedtime, soak 3 tablespoons of the mixture in 2 cups of water, cover it, and leave it covered overnight. The following morning, bring the concoction to a boil; then strain it."
- Andreas Moritz, The Liver and Gallbladder Miracle Cleanse: An All-Natural, At-Home Flush to Purify and Rejuvenate Your Body (Get the book.)

"Other Names: Bear's Foot, Leontopodium, Lion's Foot, Nine Hooks, Stellaria ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY COMPOUNDS Bitter principles Flavonoids Tannins EFFECTS Lady's Mantle herb has astringent properties, due to the presence of tannins. It has also been shown to inhibit tumor growth. In mice the total retardation of breast neoplasm-induced tumors was achieved using agrimoniin and the average life expectancy of the animals was increased. An extract of the drug hinders the enzymes elastase, trypsin, and a-cbymotrysin."
- Joerg Gruenwald, Ph.D., PDR for Herbal Medicines (Get the book.)

"You can eat it fresh as you would any greens, or use the dried herb to make tea. Herbs are powerful chemicals, so don't let their "naturalness" fool you into thinking you can treat them offhandedly. Herbal medicines are also most effective when carefully matched to the individual, so your best bet if you are interested in herbal remedies would be to consult a professional. I'm not an herbalist, so don't rely solely on me regarding what to take and how to take it. You should do some research on your own. Herbs of Choice by Varro E. Tyler, Ph.D."
- Dr. George Kessler, Col. Leen Kapklein, The Bone Density Program: 6 Weeks to Strong Bones and a Healthy Body (Get the book.)

"INDICATIONS AND USAGE In homeopathy, the herb is used for skin diseases, rheumatism, gout, neuralgia, influenza, and meningitis. CONTRAINDICATIONS The administration of the dmg during pregnancy is absolutely contraindicated. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS General: No health hazards or side effects are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages of the dehydrated drag."
- Joerg Gruenwald, Ph.D., PDR for Herbal Medicines (Get the book.)

"The answer to this dilemma is simple: either use a less stimulating herb such as American ginseng, eleuthero, or rhodiola or use a small amount of red ginseng with nervines and nonstimulating adaptogens. Either strategy will work. In traditional Chinese medicine, fu zheng therapies commonly are used along with chemotherapy and/or radiation therapy to treat various cancers."
- David Winston, RH(AHG), and Steven Maimes, Adaptogens: Herbs for Strength, Stamina, and Stress Relief (Get the book.)

"Crack open two eggs and add them to the herb decoction until cooked. This makes two doses. Take one dose (V2 the decoction and 1 egg) each day for 10 days. Cordyceps Cordyceps traditionally is cooked with duck, chicken, or pork. For many Westerners, the idea of eating a mushroom that looks like and originally was a caterpillar is disgusting. In reality, the fungus has consumed the insect totally, leaving only the mushroom. Cordyceps also is cultivated and the mycelia are grown on grains (primarily rice and soybeans). When cordyceps is cooked, it has a wonderful mushroom flavor."

- David Winston, RH(AHG), and Steven Maimes, Adaptogens: Herbs for Strength, Stamina, and Stress Relief (Get the book.)

"The two key supplements are the niacinamide form of vitamin B3 and green tea extract or the herb Pterocarpus marsupium. niacinamide Niacinamide, also called nicotinamide, has been shown to prevent some of the immune-mediated destruction of the pancreatic beta cells and may actually help reverse the process.2'3 Research into using niacinamide for type 1 diabetes began with the observation that niacinamide can prevent the development of diabetes in experimental animals."
- Michael T. Murray, Beat Diabetes Naturally: The Best Foods, Herbs, Supplements, and Lifestyle Strategies to Optimize Your Diabetes Care (Get the book.)

"Phytochemical explanations for the observed actions of adaptogens are not clearly understood, and studies are not conclusive as to which compounds within each herb are responsible for its adaptogenic activity. Some studies have shown that components thought to represent the main active ingredient of an adaptogen actually consist of an unrelated mixture of various and often common plant constituents. There is ongoing research in this area."
- David Winston, RH(AHG), and Steven Maimes, Adaptogens: Herbs for Strength, Stamina, and Stress Relief (Get the book.)

"Recent reviews of the use of this herb have similarly concluded its significant effectiveness. Other herbal treatments, such as the Chinese Jianpi Wenshen recipe and the Japanese herbal medicine Sho-saiko-to, have reportedly been effective in the treatment of infectious hepatitis. The most commonly used herb for liver disease, including mushroom poisoning, alcoholic liver disease, and viral hepatitis, is milk thistle. It appears to protect the liver cells against a variety of toxins, as well as help detoxify the liver and promote regeneration of liver cells."
- John A. McDougall, Dr. McDougall's Digestive Tune-Up (Get the book.)

"Yumiko consulted Dick, who recommended taking 150 milligrams of Rhodiola rosea twice a day. The herb normalized her white and red blood counts and kept them within an acceptable range during a complete—and successful—course of chemotherapy. What's more, Rhodiola rosea gave Yumiko the energy she needed to return to teaching the martial arts, which she loves. Mel always had been a healthy man, very independent and upbeat, until he developed chronic lymphocytic leukemia—an abnormal proliferation of white blood cells—in his seventies. Standard chemotherapy proved disastrous."
- Richard P. Brown, M.D., and Patricia L. Gerbarg, M.D., The Rhodiola Revolution: Transform Your Health with the Herbal Breakthrough of the 21st Century (Get the book.)

"A popular combination includes an herbal laxative, an herbal diuretic, a stimulant herb like ma huang or ephedra, and an herb containing caffeine, such as guarana. These kinds of formulas should be approached with a great deal of skepticism, as the mix of several of these herbal medications along with physical exertion, and perhaps some dehydration resulting from excessive perspiration, have been linked to several deaths in teens at rave parties. Don't rely on any supplement to provide an answer to your weight concerns."
- Brenda Davis and Tom Barnard, Defeating Diabetes (Get the book.)

"A water line is attached on top of the hood, which is then run to a 5-gallon bucket that contains purified water plus a combination of herbs. The herb mix can be varied, but most herbs used should be antiparasitic in nature. Each practitioner uses a different combination. The bucket is typically hung from the shower head, using gravity to create water flow. An adjustable clamp is placed onto the water line so that the flow can be regulated or stopped by the person lying on the colema board. A colema cleanse is done once every day for 10 days, with 20 gallons of water used in each session."
- Tom Woloshyn, The Complete Master Cleanse: A Step-by-Step Guide to Maximizing the Benefits of The Lemonade Diet (Get the book.)

"There was a small spike in the popularity of ginseng after it was reported that rats fed high doses of the herb learned the layout of a maze quicker than rats in a control group. The theory was that ginseng acted as a cholinergic agent, increasing levels of acetylcholine in the brain. These findings were not consistently replicated, and since we lack data on the long-term safety of ginseng ingestion, it is difficult to recommend the herb clinically. Fish oil and alpha lipoic acid."
- Peter J. Whitehouse and Daniel George, The Myth of Alzheimer's: What You Aren't Being Told About Today's Most Dreaded Diagnosis (Get the book.)

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