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    (03-25-2014, 05:43 AM)lightbulb Wrote:  Okay, I got this article bulletin from the place I work about the traditional medicine herbs that have been used since ancient times from all over the world alongside the traditional technique that until today still used as an alternative therapy method for curing illness
    the herbal medicines from all over the world I believe still exist today and I also believe it's not dominated by the far eastern peoples
    here some examples about the variety of plants that most of it still used as ingredients of herbalism

    Açai (Euterpe oleracea) Although açai berries are a longstanding food source for indigenous people of the Amazon, there is no evidence that they have historically served a medicinal, as opposed to nutritional role. In spite of their recent popularity in the United States as a dietary supplement, there is currently no evidence for their effectiveness for any health-related purpose.

    Alfalfa (Medicago sativa) leaves are used to lower cholesterol, as well as for kidney and urinary tract ailments

    Aloe vera leaves are widely used to heal burns, wounds and other skin ailments.

    Arnica (Arnica montana) is used as an anti-inflammatory          and for osteoarthritis.

    Ashoka (Saraca indica) is used in Ayurvedic traditions to treat gynecological disorders. The bark is also used to combat oedema or swelling.

    Asthma weed (Euphorbia hirta) has been used traditionally in Asia to treat bronchitic asthma and laryngeal spasm. It is used in the Philippines for dengue fever.

    Astragalus (Astragalus propinquus) has long been used in traditional Chinese medicine to strengthen the immune system, and is used in modern China to treat hepatitis and as an adjunctive therapy in cancer.

    now the rest is in wiki's

    and do any of you have some sort of experience using the herbal medicine that are traditionally exist in your cultures maybe some sort of "family" medicines
    or perhaps have some of them are planted on your garden?

    I have Aloe Vera and Lavender atm at my back yard

    no experience, but it seems cool. I'd say just be careful where you get them from
    Cinnamon brings down glucose levels and has a great enemy of diabetic impact, sage can enhance mind capacity and memory, peppermint soothes torment and may decrease queasiness, turmeric contains mutt cumin, a substance with ground-breaking mitigating impacts, blessed basil helps battle contamination and lifts invulnerability...

    Lighten up, just enjoy life, smile more, laugh more, and don’t get so worked up about things

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