Herbal Answer For Pain

Nowadays there is a huge market for pain relief. On television, on the radio, in newspapers and magazines, and on the billboards along the roadways, the push for pain medications and pain management centers is a constant bombardment. Endorsed and sponsored by the medical profession and the insurance companies, the industry of pain has resulted in a major addiction among the population, resulting in a pharmaceutical black market and prison expansion and broken homes. All for what once was handled most of the time by a simple pill called aspirin.

Not that aspirin was/is perfect. With excessive or prolong use, the potential for a bleeding stomach increased. Yet if what makes aspirin work had not been put into a pill, but left in its herbal state, even that potential would disappear. Why do I say that? Read more ›

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Do Geese have berries in India?

In this article I want to introduce to you another amazing adaptogen. Oh. Did you think I had forgotten that in my article about adaptogens (Adaptogens for Stress and Stamina) I promised I would tell you all about the different adaptogens in future articles? (Ok. Ok. I know it has been quite awhile, but hopefully YOU have not forgotten about the adaptogens. For a refresher click here.)

The last adaptogen I wrote about was Lycium, a wonderful herb that is both an adaptogen and a superfood, also known as Goji berries. You may recall that Lycium is such a strong antioxidant that it is #5 in the list of antioxidants listed by Dr. Gregor at Nutritionfacts.org.┬áRemember the video he produced? What was #1? (I’ll wait while you go check…)

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