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"Hence, any medicines or herbs, such as rasaya-nas, that improve the quality of rasa should strengthen or promote the health of all tissues of the body. Table 3.2."
- David Winston, RH(AHG), and Steven Maimes, Adaptogens: herbs for Strength, Stamina, and Stress Relief (Get the book.)

"Dinner 3 to 4 ounces of baked chicken breast, salmon, lean meat, or tofu; a medium-size salad with olive oil, flaxseed oil, and natural herbs and spices; and 1 to 2 cups of a cooked non-starchy vegetable such as asparagus, broccoli, or greens (spinach, kale, mustard greens) Dessert 40 to 60 minutes before dinner, make lA serving of SlimStyles Meal Replacement Formula (follow the label instructions) and place it in the refrigerator. You'll have a delicious appetite-suppressing pudding in time for dessert! Note: Be sute to drink plenty of water or herbal tea while using PGX products."
- Michael T. Murray, Beat Diabetes Naturally: The Best Foods, herbs, Supplements, and Lifestyle Strategies to Optimize Your Diabetes Care (Get the book.)

"Allspice or nutmeg Capers Curry powder Chili powder Cinnamon Crushed red pepper Cumin Ginger (dried) Ground black pepper Italian herbs (seasoning) No Salt or Nu-Salt?potassium chloride salts to use as a substitute for regular salt (sodium chloride) Soy sauce (low-sodium) Thyme þBREAKFAST ?"

- Michael T. Murray, Beat Diabetes Naturally: The Best Foods, herbs, Supplements, and Lifestyle Strategies to Optimize Your Diabetes Care (Get the book.)

"Besides lending color to fruits and flowers, flavonoids are responsible for many of the medicinal properties of foods, juices, herbs, and bee pollen. More than 8,000 flavonoid compounds have been characterized and classified according to their chemical structure. Flavonoids are sometimes called "nature's biological response modifiers" because of their anti-inflammatory, antiallergic, antiviral, and anticancer properties.3 The most commonly used flavonoid supplements are citrus bioflavonoids (including rutin and hesperidin), quercetin, grapeseed and pine bark extracts, and green tea extracts."

- Michael T. Murray, Beat Diabetes Naturally: The Best Foods, herbs, Supplements, and Lifestyle Strategies to Optimize Your Diabetes Care (Get the book.)

"In this book, we have outlined a simple, practical, and yet comprehensive program of lifestyle and dietary measures while giving you authoritative guidance in the proper use of vitamins, minerals, herbs, and other natural measures based on your individual needs. Beat Diabetes Naturally will show you clearly how natural medicines can: þSignificantly reduce your risk for developing diabetes—even if many of your family members or ancestors are or were diabetic. þPossibly reverse diabetes, even in many diabetics who are currently using insulin."

- Michael T. Murray, Beat Diabetes Naturally: The Best Foods, herbs, Supplements, and Lifestyle Strategies to Optimize Your Diabetes Care (Get the book.)

"By 1984, Russian scientists had published more than fifteen hundred pharmacological and clinical studies on adaptogenic herbs. After the 1980s, Russia has gone through great political and economic upheavals, and research on adaptogens has declined. It is continuing, however, at a lower level of funding and priority. Eleuthero Botanists and researchers know this plant as Eleutherococcus senticosus. The plant was formerly known as Acanthopanax senticosus, a name still widely used by Chinese scientists."
- David Winston, RH(AHG), and Steven Maimes, Adaptogens: herbs for Strength, Stamina, and Stress Relief (Get the book.)

"Practitioners of ayervedic medicine also recognize the contribution of rejuvenating rasayana herbs to restoring balance to the body's systems. Ayurveda had a strong influence during the formation of traditional Chinese medicine, which in turn influenced ayurveda's further development. Other systems of medicine such as Tibetan and Islamic (Unani-Tibb) traditions were strongly influenced by ayurveda as well. The Buddha (born 550 BCE) was a follower of ayurveda, and the spread of Buddhism into Tibet was accompanied by an increased practice of ayurveda there."

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

"We will refer to the plant as eleuthero, which is the name adopted in the American Herb Products Association's publication herbs of Commerce. Clinical Research—Eleuthero After the early 1960s, Russian scientists conducted hundreds of clinical studies involving thousands of people. Normal and stressed human subjects were given oral doses of a 33-percent ethanol root extract of eleuthero. Doses ranging from two to sixteen milliliters were taken one to three times a day for up to sixty consecutive days (with a two-to-three-week resting interval between courses of medication)."

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

"These dosage forms have advantages of: containing both alcohol and aqueous soluble components; and allowing prescribers to combine herbs. As with herbal teas, poor palatability is often a problem. A glycerite is a 'tincture-like' product in which glycerin is used as a solvent. They appear particularly useful in the management of pediatric conditions or where alcohol is strictly contraindicated. Solid Dosage Forms Herbal medicines are available in a range of solid doses, including capsules, tablets, freeze-dried products and lozenges."
- Heather Boon, BScPhm, PhD and Michael Smith, BPharm, MRPharmS, ND, The Natural Medicine Guide to the 50 Most Common Medicinal Herbs (Get the book.)

"J Maitake, shiitake, and reishi mushrooms possess beta-1,3-D-glucan, a type of polysaccharide that stimulates the immune cells. Their immune-boosting power makes them essential for fighting the flu. Q Olive leaf extract enhances immune function and fights all types of infection, including the flu virus. Q Wild pansy tea can treat colds accompanied by fever and respiratory congestion. Q For cough and sore throat, mix 1 tablespoon of slippery elm bark powder with 1 cup of boiling water and V2 cup honey. Take 1 teaspoon of this mixture every three to four hours."
- 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.)

"Recommendations Q Be sure to cook all your food until it is tender. Poaching and steaming are good methods of cooking to retain moisture. Q Cut your food into very small pieces—or, if necessary, grind or puree it. This will cause less irritation to the throat. Be sure to chew your food well before swallowing. Q Use frozen popsicles, ice cream, yogurt, and sherbet to soothe a sore throat. Q Avoid eating foods that are spicy, hot, salty, or acidic. These can be irritating to the throat."

- 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.)

"Nature's Answer FOR KIDS. This is a line of herbal extracts designed for children. They are made using alcohol, like standard extracts, but the alcohol is then removed and replaced with glycerin, which is a preservative and a natural sweetener."

- 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.)

"Lungwort leaves are rich in vitamin C and quercetin and make an effective treatment for coughs and mucus. Q Thyme strengthens the lung tissue. It can be used for children with lung ailments. Q Omega-3 fatty acids are clearly associated with a reduction in chronic bronchitis. Recommendations Q Include garlic and onions in your diet. These foods contain quercetin and mustard oils, which have been shown to inhibit lipoxygenase, an enzyme that aids in releasing an inflammatory chemical in the body. Garlic is also a natural antibiotic. Q Drink plenty of fluids."

- 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.)

"Then, the wet herbs are placed directly on the skin or between two pieces of cloth and laid on the skin. A light cotton bandage to bind the poultice to the area is generally used. (Or in the jungle, a nice large flexible leaf is commonly employed and tied with a bit of twine.) To make a compress, simply soak a cloth in a prepared infusion, tincture, or decoction and place the cloth onto the affected part of the body/skin."
- Leslie Taylor, ND, The Healing Power of Rainforest Herbs: A Guide to Understanding and Using Herbal Medicinals (Get the book.)

"Stir the preparation a few times while steeping, especially if you are using cut herbs, and keep the infusion covered. Do the research required to find a good herbal supplier. Ask questions and make sure you are obtaining the correct species of plant, and one that has been sustainably harvested. The ratio of herb to water varies depending on the remedy, the plant, and whether cut herb or powdered herb is used. Generally using 1 teaspoon of powdered herb or 2 teaspoons of more bulky cut herb in a 6-to-8-ounce cup of water is sufficient."

- Leslie Taylor, ND, The Healing Power of Rainforest Herbs: A Guide to Understanding and Using Herbal Medicinals (Get the book.)

"I continued studying herbal medicine and alternative health as a hobby, choosing to use herbs and natural health rather than drugs for my and my family's health. They thought I was pretty odd too, but they accepted the strange herbal potions and nutritional remedies I gave them when they were sick. Then, in 1989,1 took a much-needed vacation that changed the course of my life yet again. Maybe it was just the first time I had taken a breath or a break in many years, but a journey to the wilds of Africa somehow reconnected me to the land, nature, and wildlife."

- Leslie Taylor, ND, The Healing Power of Rainforest Herbs: A Guide to Understanding and Using Herbal Medicinals (Get the book.)

"Labeling standards existed for only a few herbs, including chamomile, echinacea root, ephedra, feverfew leaf, ginkgo, peppermint, St. John's wort and valerian. In addition, while all Traditional Herbal Medicines were required to adhere to Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs), establishment licenses were not necessarily required.2 No products for sale in Canada as non-prescription products (i.e."
- Heather Boon, BScPhm, PhD and Michael Smith, BPharm, MRPharmS, ND, The Natural Medicine Guide to the 50 Most Common Medicinal Herbs (Get the book.)

"Prior to this date, all herbs legally for sale in Canada were regulated as either foods or drugs (with drug identification numbers or DINs) as stipulated by the Food and Drugs Act. The manufacturer of any herb marketed as a food could not print any medicinal claims on the label of the product. In addition, food labeling regulations did not provide for the inclusion of cautions, adverse effects and other warnings. As part of a series of provisional measures, some herbal products were classified as drugs in a special category called "Traditional Herbal Medicines."

- Heather Boon, BScPhm, PhD and Michael Smith, BPharm, MRPharmS, ND, The Natural Medicine Guide to the 50 Most Common Medicinal Herbs (Get the book.)

"Corrective information also can take any number of forms—emotional or perceptual epiphany or insight, positive change in your belief system, physical cleansing or detox, improved nutrition, or bioenergetic correction from massage, acupuncture, herbs and supplements, homeopathic remedy, or NES Infoceutical. (Of these corrective substances, only the NES remedy directly corrects any distotted phase shift relationship affecting the Energetic Integrators; all the others, such as herbs or homeopathic remedies, produce indirect corrections to the body-field."
- Peter h. Fraser and Harry Massey, Decoding the Human Body-Field: The New Science of Information as Medicine (Get the book.)

"Tomato Soup 6 cups chopped tomatoes 1 tablespoon granulated garlic 2 cups vegetable stock 1 teaspoon miso paste '/2 teaspoon dried dill '/2 teaspoon dried basil leaves 1 bay leaf Croutons (optional) herbs (your choice; optional) Place all of the ingredients except the croutons and optional herbs in a soup pot. Bring to a boil. Reduce the heat to low and simmer for 45 minutes, uncovered. Remove from the heat and allow to cool. Once cooled, puree the soup in small batches in a blender, if desired. Add a little soy milk if you want to make cream of tomato soup."
- Jay Gordon, The ADD and ADHD Cure: The Natural Way to Treat Hyperactivity and Refocus Your Child (Get the book.)

"However, no stimulating herbs are used in the Healing Program. I do recommend a few herbal preparations for specific problems, but all of these herbs-such as garlic or oregano oil-are notably benign. Supplements can, however, cause rather subtle and complex adverse reactions in some people. Unfortunately, these reactions are sometimes rather confusing. For example, a few kids may have a negative reaction to the substance phosphatidylcholine, the active ingredient in lecithin."
- Kenneth Bock, Healing the New Childhood Epidemics: Autism, ADHD, Asthma, and Allergies: The Groundbreaking Program for the 4-A Disorders (Get the book.)

"All three of the above mentioned herbs were used medicinally in the Greek, Roman and Arab civilizations. They are also excellent culinary herbs both in terms of the aroma and flavour they give to foods and their usefulness in aiding digestion. 2 Oregano (1) is a warmth-loving perennial herb which grows on sunny banks, dry meadows and clearings from lowland to mountain elevations. It has a woody rhizome and reddish, hairy, four-angled stem just over half a metre in height. The leaves are opposite, short-stalked and ovate, larger at the bottom of the stem than towards the top."
- Frantisek Stary, The Natural Guide to Medicinal Plants and Herbs (Get the book.)

"Patients often make the mistake of thinking that herbs must be safe because they're natural. But some herbs have adverse reactions when used with certain drugs. And drugs can inhibit the effectiveness of some herbal formulations. Your N.D., who may be prescribing herbs, needs to know what your M.D., who may be prescribing drugs, is doing, and vice versa. An informed treatment team is an effective treatment team. Sometimes even the smartest patient simply cannot understand some aspect of treatment. You might feel foolish asking, or asking again—and again."
- Dawson Church, The Genie in Your Genes: Epigenetic Medicine and the New Biology of Intention (Get the book.)

"A milky discharge can also be a sign you've been eating a lot of phytoestrogen-containing herbs, such as nettle, fennel, blessed thistle, anise, and fenugreek seed. The estrogen in these herbs can cause milk to flow. Leaking milk can also signal several hormone-related conditions, including a pituitary tumor (prolactinoma) and hypothyroidism. (See Appendix I.) Non-Milky Discharge A greenish or dark, thick, sticky nipple discharge may signal clogged and inflamed milk ducts, a benign but unpleasant condition called mammary duct ectasia."
- Joan Liebmann-Smith, Ph. D., and Jacqueline Nardi Egan, Body Signs: From Warning Signs to False Alarms...How to Be Your Own Diagnostic Detective (Get the book.)

"Flora Therapeutic Teas are made from herbs selected from pristine environments and are certified organic whenever possible; they are also packaged in unbleached paper tea bags (which means they are dioxin-free). The herbs are dried at low temperatures to protect the quality of the essential oils and tested for heavy metals, pesticides, and microbial content. Mountain Rose Herbs: Handcrafted Teas (www.mountainrose-herbs.com) are exceptionally fresh and long-lasting loose leaf teas."
- KC Craichy, Super Health 7 Golden Keys to Unlock Lifelong Vitality (Get the book.)

"Note: Meadowsweet is often combined with other 'digestive' herbs such as chamomile, licorice, marshmallow and peppermint. Many herbal painkillers also contain meadowsweet, often combined with black or white willow bark. Milk Thistle Silybum marianum (L."
- Heather Boon, BScPhm, PhD and Michael Smith, BPharm, MRPharmS, ND, The Natural Medicine Guide to the 50 Most Common Medicinal Herbs (Get the book.)

"Finally, spices such as whole garlic, whole ginger root, cayenne, Himalayan crystal salt or Celtic sea salt, mustard, and fresh or dried herbs of your choice. Add about Vi cup of water to your blender full of nutrient-dense green soup ingredients, and make your soup. As you eat it, know that the nutrient-dense nutrition you are getting out of this one bowl of soup is immense. During the winter, you can gradually heat these soups by setting your stove on the lowest possible setting, stirring constantly, and measuring the heat of your pot until it reaches 105-120? Pour and serve immediately."
- Gabriel Cousens, There Is a Cure for Diabetes: The Tree of Life 21-Day+ Program (Get the book.)

"Then add the seitan, dried herbs, miso, and remaining broth. Cook for about 10 minutes, or until vegetables are tender. In a cup, combine the water and arrowroot and mix well. Add to the skillet, and stir until thickened. Season as desired. FROZEN WATERMELON DELIGHT Serves 2 1% cups ice cubes 1 cup seedless watermelon, coarsely chopped 1 cup lemon-flavored herbal tea at room temperature Place all ingredients into a blender and process on high until smooth. ?DAY 5 Breakfast ? Quinoa Breakfast* Sliced hard-boiled egg Green tea ?DAY 5 Lunch ?"
- Steven V. Joyal, What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Diabetes: An Innovative Program to Prevent, Treat, and Beat This Controllable Disease (Get the book.)

"Stir in the herbs. BERRY MOUSSE Serves 4 1 package (about 12 ounces) low-fat, extra-firm silken tofu, crumbled 23A cups thawed frozen unsweetened berries, your choice 2 tablespoons agave nectar 1 tablespoon berry liqueur (optional) Place all the ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth. Spoon into pudding dishes and refrigerate until chilled. DISPELLING THE FLAK ABOUT FLAXSEED AND FLAXSEED OIL ?Flaxseeds can be purchased already ground or whole. Whole flaxseeds are typically available in the bulk section of the grocery store and have a longer shelf life than ground seeds."

- Steven V. Joyal, What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Diabetes: An Innovative Program to Prevent, Treat, and Beat This Controllable Disease (Get the book.)

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