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Natural Remedy Series

The Magic of Dry Fruit and Spices With Healthy Remedies and Tasty Recipes

The Magic of Dry Fruit and Spices With Healthy Remedies and Tasty Recipes

Table of Contents
Introduction
Dates
The Hot and Cold Nature of a Date
Weight Gain through Dates
Date Seeds to Heal Wounds
Suffering from Asthma?
Multifarious Winter Ailments Cure
Cashew Nuts
Memory Enhancer
Digestive Problems
Cashew ice cream
How To Make Coconut Cream And Coconut Milk
How to Make traditional “Khoya”
Cumin Seeds
Cumin- water
Suffering from Hemorrhoids?
Suffering from Mild Fever?
Suffering from Infected Skin Ailments – Including Acne?
High Blood Pressure Remedy
Conclusion
Author Bio

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Introduction
Being an avid botanist and herbal knowledge seeker since childhood, and later with a Degree in Natural Sciences, – Botany And Zoology foremost-I was happy to find that most of the plants, which I knew growing in my different gardens or in the woods just outside the boundary wires of our houses, nearly every plant had some medical, culinary or beauty use, coming down from the ages.
The first medicinal compendium in the East was written more than 5000 years ago in India and before that, in China. In the West, also Western Wise men , especially in Greece, more than 3000 years ago began noting down the knowledge of the nature of plants and they are medicinal value and remedies, taught to them by their teachers and masters.
One blesses the time, dedication, energy and effort taken in writing down all this knowledge, because in prehistoric times, all this knowledge was passed down through word of mouth. And most of it got lost because nobody had any visible and readable records of that knowledge. But the moment human beings got to know about writing materials like clay tablets, wax tablets, dried palm leaves and papyri as well as paper in China, this knowledge was preserved for the generations to come.
We just needed to interpret it, and use it in the best way of which we knew. Most of this knowledge, when read from a scientific viewpoint is scoffed as quack remedies and sheer silly ignorance. I remember one of my acquaintances scoffing about an ancient Egyptian remedy, in which Egyptian grandmothers used to apply a paste of moldy bread, to a wound in order to cure it. That was done 4000 years ago. My sophisticated 21st-century totally scientifically minded friend shuddered at this idea full of ignorance, but what could you expect from such barbarians.
When I told her that this remedy had passed down through the ages and was still in use, to cure infections. In 16th century Russia, every house had a moldy bread culture. Any bread, catching a mold would be put in a glass utensil, in which there was a little bit of water and some more moldy bread. And this culture was allowed to flourish. Anybody suffering from any cuts and wounds were immediately bandaged after the wound was washed, and treated to a moldy bread paste. When I told her that that same moldy bread was the basis of penicillin and other powerful antibiotics, discovered by Alexander Fleming in the 20th century, she blinked. These are the penicillins and sulfa drugs, which are being used by modern-day doctors.
In the same way, she was equally surprised to know that the Gauls used to go to war, with huge quantities of fresh moss. The moment they suffered from wounds while fighting those Romans, those Vikings, those Juts, Firbolgs and perhaps even those Picts, -but not the Tuatha Danaan-they immediately scooped up a handful of moss, squeezed it, tied it on to the wound, bandaged it with a piece of any cloth or rope to keep it in place and continued fighting on. Read more…

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Natural Remedy Series

Health Benefits of Turmeric – Curcumin For Cooking and Health

Health Benefits of Turmeric – Curcumin For Cooking and Health

Table of Contents
Preface
Getting Started
Chapter # 1: Intro
Chapter # 2: Nutritional Facts
Chapter # 3: Uses of Turmeric
Chapter # 4: Storing Turmeric
Recipes
Chapter # 1: Eggless Egg Salad
Chapter # 2: Sprouted Lentil Veggie Burger
Chapter # 3: Orange Turmeric Cake
Chapter # 4: Quick Curried Beef
Chapter # 5: Beef Carry
Chapter # 6: Tagine of Lamb & Apricots in Honey Sauce
Health Benefits of Turmeric
Chapter # 1: Introduction
Chapter # 2: Inflammation and Oxidation
Chapter # 3: Cystic Fibrosis
Chapter # 4: Childhood Leukemia
Chapter # 5: Cardiovascular Diseases
Chapter # 6: Alzheimer’s disease
Chapter # 7: Cancer
Chapter # 8: A Super Spice
Conclusion
References

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Nature has given us cures to every disease known to man in one form or another yet we still choose to pick synthetic treatments full of side-effects over them. These cures are right in front of us but we fail to see them; turmeric is one of these cures hidden in plain sight.
Everyone in the western world knows turmeric when it comes to making curries but it is probably the most underestimated and least popular spice when it comes to its medicinal uses. For starters, turmeric is a plant from which the spice of the same name is obtained. The most common form of turmeric is its powder form, which is of bright yellow color. The use of turmeric for flavoring, for cosmetic purposes and for medicinal uses goes back to the Vedic period in India and it is since then that it has had a massive impact over the region which explains its high demand in most Indian households.
This book will tell you about the health benefits of turmeric and how it cures & help fight fatal ailments. After reading this book, you will be surprised about how little you knew about this super spice and how including it in your daily life can bring back your body from the verge of expiration. Read more...add-to-cart-click-here

Health Learning Series

Natural Beauty Products For Curing and Healing

Natural Beauty Products For Curing and Healing

Table of Contents
Introduction
Chapter 1
The beauty of going natural
Guard your body from chemicals
Sweet scents
Economic sense
Body friendly nutrients
Save the world
Chapter 2
Fight diseases with natural products
Dairy products
Alternative for lactose intolerant people and vegetarians
Berries
Tomatoes
Whole grains
Fish
Eggs
Legumes
Nuts
Chapter 3
Natural products and allergies
Honey
Steam it up
Quercetin
Stinging nettle
Friendly bacteria
Butterbur
Vitamin c
Fish oils
Support your stress glands
Mediterranean diet
Chapter 4
Exercise Caution with natural health and beauty products
Chapter 5
Garbage in garbage out
Chapter 6
Natural beauty products recipes
Facial scrub
Lotion from the pantry
Wonder Shampoo
Soft hands
Conclusion

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Introduction
Going green is all the rage right now, be it in fashion, in cars, in offices or what have you and why should you be left behind? In this book we look at the amazing natural products that are going to do wonders for your skin and hair as well as your general health. We look at the reasons why you cannot afford to continue using artificial beauty products and why it is about time you took a 360 degree turn on your current lifestyle.
This is a wellness book that holds important life lessons. Put your reading glasses on and let the journey that will change your life begin. Read more…