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Earl Mindell's Vitamin Bible for the 21st Century

Earl Mindell (See book keywords and concepts)

CAUTION: May cause severe allergic reactions—including fatal shock—in individuals with hay fever, or those sensitive to ragweed, asters, and related plants. 139. Comfrey When used in teas, comfrey has been found to alleviate stomach ailments, coughs, diarrhea, arthritis pain, liver and gallbladder conditions. CAUTION: A possible side effect of using this herb is that it can reduce your absorption of iron and vitamin B12. 140.

Get Healthy Now with Gary Null: A Complete Guide to Prevention, Treatment and Healthy living

Gary Null (See book keywords and concepts)

They also crossreact with ragweed. Dr. Teich warns, also, of the glycoproteins in milk, wheat, corn, and cinnamon, as well as inhalants such as dust, mold, or pollen. Chemicals are also vitally important in causing allergies, as are additives in foods. HERBS Letha Hadady, an herbalist, says that an important thing to remember about arthritis is that it is essential to eliminate the underlying problems that make it possible. Killing the pain is not enough, you need to eliminate the toxins that result from poor digestion and poor circulation.

The Doctor's Complete Guide to Vitamins and Minerals

Dr. Mary Dan Eades (See book keywords and concepts)

Do not use it at all during pregnancy, and use it with caution if you are allergic to ragweed. Dosages may vary, depending on the duration and severity of your symptoms. Consult a qualified herbal practitioner. Alert your physician of your intention to use herbs. Some herbal treatments cannot be used in combination with conventional pharmaceuticals. - Herpes Simplex - What is it?

The Inflammation Syndrome: The Complete Nutritional Program to Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease, Arthritis, Diabetes, Allergies, and Asthma

Jack Challem (See book keywords and concepts)

So are a variety of pollens and foods, such as ragweed and egg or milk, juniper and beef, elm and milk. What Else Might Help? Because damage to the gut wall is often involved in food allergies, several supplements might be useful in healing the digestive tract. Glutamine, an amino acid, plays important roles in gut-wall integrity. Probiotics, the term used to describe supplements of "good" gut bacteria, also might be helpful. Various digestive aid supplements, containing pancreatic or plant enzymes, might promote the complete digestion of food.

The Doctor's Complete Guide to Vitamins and Minerals

Dr. Mary Dan Eades (See book keywords and concepts)

Do not use it during pregnancy, and use it with caution if you are allergic to ragweed. • Combine fenugreek, flaxseed, and slippery elm to make a poultice, and apply directly to the affected area. Dosages may vary, depending on the duration and severity of your symptoms. Follow package directions, or consult a qualified herbal practitioner. What makes it worse? • Red meat and egg yolk both contain fairly high amounts of arachidonic acid, the forerunner that your body alters to produce the "bad" group of prostaglandin messengers.

Those who are allergic to ragweed should not use chamomile at all. -Cranberry- Vaccinium macrocarpon Forms—Berries are used to make juice and capsules. Nutritional value—Vitamin C, alpha D-mannopyranoside. Cranberry acidifies the urine and prevents bacteria from adhering to the bladder. Medicinal uses— • In unsweetened, pure form, cranberry is effective in treating infections of the urinary tract. • Because it is high in vitamin C and contains four antiasthmatic compounds, this herb is beneficial in the treatment of asthma. Contraindications—None known. - Echinacea - Echinacea spp.

Do not use if you are pregnant, and use with caution if you have a ragweed allergy. • Yucca improves arthritis-type conditions. • Milk thistle cleanses and protects the liver. • Other herbs that help treat lupus include: feverfew, echinacea, and red clover. Dosage may vary, depending on the duration and severity of your symptoms. Consult a qualified herbal practitioner. Alert your physician to your decision to use herbs. Some herbal remedies cannot be used in combination with conventional pharmaceuticals. What makes it worse?

The Green Pharmacy Anti-Aging Prescriptions: Herbs, Foods, and Natural Formulas to Keep You Young

James A. Duke, Ph.D. (See book keywords and concepts)

May cause adverse reactions in those with allergies or sensitivities, especially to chamomile, feverfew, ragweed, or other members of the daisy family. Can cause vomiting and severe diarrhea in large doses. Do not use if you have kidney disease. Do not use in combination with antidepressant MAO inhibitors such as phenelzine sulfate (Nardil) and tranylcypromine (Parnate) unless under medical supervision. Do not use if you have any intestinal inflammation, intestinal obstruction, or abdominal pain.

Do not use if you're allergic to closely related plants such ragweed, asters, and chrysanthemums. Do not use if you have tuberculosis or an autoimmune condition such as lupus or multiple sclerosis, as echinacea stimulates the immune system. Cascara sagrada Castor Cat's claw Cayenne Celery seed Chamomile Chasteberry Comfrey Dandelion Devil's claw Dill seed Echinacea Eucalyptus Fennel Feverfew Flaxseed Garlic Gentian Ginger Ginkgo The seeds, bark, leaves, and unripe fruit can cause vomiting or severe diarrhea. Do not take more than 8 milligrams in a single dose.

People allergic to closely related plants such as ragweed, asters, and chrysanthemums should drink the tea with caution. May counteract the effectiveness of birth control pills. Can elevate blood pressure. Read product labels carefully if you have high blood pressure. For external use only. Do not apply to deep or infected wounds; it can cause the surface of the skin to mend too quickly, preventing the healing of underlying tissue. If you have gallbladder disease, consult your doctor before taking dandelion root preparations. Do not use dandelion as a weight-loss aid.

The Doctor's Complete Guide to Vitamins and Minerals

Dr. Mary Dan Eades (See book keywords and concepts)

Caution: Do not use chamomile on an ongoing basis or you may develop a ragweed allergy. • Angelica reduces blood pressure levels. • Garlic is effective in lowering blood pressure. Recommendation: Take 2 300 mg capsules 3 times daily. • Valerian root calms the nerves. Dosages may vary, depending on the duration and severity of your symptoms. Consult a qualified herbal practitioner. Alert your physician of your intention to use herbs. Some herbal treatments cannot be used in combination with conventional pharmaceuticals. What makes it worse?

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