Category Archives for "Anti-inflammatory Herbs"

Eating Out: Choosing Alkaline Foods In Restaurants

Choosing Less Acidic/More Alkaline Meals in RestaurantsTraditionally, people have chosen mostly highly acidic dishes and entrees when eating in restaurants. Luckily, all-American fare such as the 16 oz. porterhouse steak, French fries, and rich, sugary desserts, and French cuisine with its heavy butter- and cream-based sauces or even hamburgers or pizzas and coke have been […]

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The Alkaline Diet Plan: What It Can Do For Your Health

How the Modern Diet Became Deficient In Alkaline Minerals– Boost Your Alkaline IntakeThe alkaline mineral deficit of our modern diet is a problem of relatively recent origin. In late Paleolithic times, 35,000 to 20,000 years ago, our hunter-gatherers ancestors ate a highly varied diet that supplied all of the major minerals and most of the […]

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Symptoms of kidney stones and how to avoid getting them

Q and A: Why & How To Dissolve Kidney Stones Naturally​Dear Dr. Susan, I passed a kidney stone last week. It was excruciating! X-rays showed three more to come that are small enough that I should be able to pass them on my own. How I can prevent this from ever happening again? —Mary Ann  Dear Mary Ann,  I’m so […]

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Strong Negative Feelings and what they do to your health

How To Create Body, Mind, and Spiritual Balance​Positive emotions like love, empathy, joy, and compassion not only feel good and help you get through your busy day filled with sometimes stressful responsibilities, but also support your overall health and well-being. Here is a particularly helpful piece of advice to meditate on: “Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, […]

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Anti-inflammatory herbs: Licorice Root

Excerpt from Dr. Susan Lark’s Healing Herbs for Women The use of licorice has a long history, appearing prominently in the first great Chinese herbal The Pen Tsao Ching (Classic of Herbs), written more than 5000 years ago. Licorice today is one of the most prescribed herbs in the Chinese pharmacopoeia, second only to ginseng. Licorice […]

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1 Anti-inflammatory herbs: Ginger

Excerpt from Dr. Susan Lark’s Healing Herbs for Women Ginger is a pungent, spicy herb native to southern Asia. For thousands of years, ginger has been an important herb used in traditional Asian medicine. It is now cultivated throughout the tropics in countries as diverse as Jamaica, India, and China. It is used as a spice […]

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Anti-inflammatory herbs: Turmeric

Excerpt from Dr. Susan Lark’s Healing Herbs for Women Turmeric has been used for thousands of years in Indian cooking and in India’s traditional Ayurvedic medicine. The turmeric plant, grown from India to Indonesia, is related to ginger and has pulpy, orange, tuberous roots that grow to about two feet in length. It is an indispensable […]

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