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Treat Varicose Veins and Other Leg Problems with Horse Chestnut by Methods of Healing Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sun 13 Dec 2009 12:39am The Europeans have been using horse chestnut for years for a variety of vascular roles, particularly the legs. This natural supplement is now gaining ground in the United States and other places around the world because it has shown in a number of clinical trials its effectiveness in treating a variety of conditions. Horse chestnut tr ... Read on »
Horse Chestnut For Hemorrhoids by Nicole S. Naturopathic Doctor Posted Sat 04 Dec 2010 6:04pm Is this an ancient medieval torture device? No, it is simply a horse chestnut seed. Previously used for pelting other children on the playground, for adults the seed of Aesculus hippocastanum is a fabulous cure for hemorrhoids and varicose veins. Hemorrhoids are just varicose veins as well, so if you tend to have a weak [...] Read on »
The Most Exciting New Trend in Farming Looks Decidedly Amish by Chelsea Green Patient Expert Posted Thu 07 Mar 2013 8:00am While the industrial food system is busy pioneering plows guided by satellite, and engineering transgenic frankencrops to pair with their ever more toxic pesticides, a quiet revolution is taking place. If you don’t know what you’re looking at, you might think there’s a sudden boom in the cutesy historical re-enactment industry, but the ... Read on »
Day 159 of our Green Year: Dealing With Horse Manure by Craig and Layla B. Patient Expert Posted Sun 28 Sep 2008 11:49am On the ranch, there are some horses (The horses in the picture are: L-R Chubb, Cochise, Cash). As a result, those horses generate a bit of manure that has to be dealt with. All horse manure here is used as fertilizer for the organic garden. (This horse manure is gathered from the barn where it is mixed with hay, or outside where it is mixed with d ... Read on »
Herbal Help For Hemorrhoids by Nicole S. Naturopathic Doctor Posted Thu 29 May 2008 1:03pm 1 Comment Is this an ancient medieval torture device? No, it is simply a horse chestnut seed. Previously used for pelting other children on the playground, for adults the seed of Aesculus hippocastanum is a fabulous cure for hemorrhoids and varicose veins. Hemorrhoids are just varicose veins as well, so if you tend to have a weak veinous system, y ... Read on »
Seabuckthorn Seed Oil, All Natural Source of Vitamin E by franklinb Posted Wed 24 Mar 2010 12:00am A rare source of vitamin E, Seabuckthorn Berry Oil also provides other vitamins including Vitamins A, C, D, K, etc, carotenoids, flavonoids, phytosterols, amino acids, serotonin and 28 trace elements: iron, zinc, calcium, magnesium, selenium, iodine, etc. It is cardiotonic, stomachic, dermatropic, antioxidant, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, a ... Read on »
Dulse and pumpkin seed oatcakes by Danielle Charles-Davies Posted Fri 01 Jul 2011 1:31pm « Gems from the Herbal Library Inspiration Short #15: Do a media fast » February 27, 2011 by Danielle Charles Oats have always been one of my favorite foods. Perhaps it is the trickle of Northern European blood running through my veins that does ... Read on »
Say Good-Bye to Diabetes with Sprouted Cereals by Sharadha Sankar Patient Expert Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:02pm Sprouted Cereals has always been one of the top foods to loose weight because they are rich in protein and fiber and above all they fill your stomach quite well. Did you know that Sprouted Cereals is the best natural medicine to control excessive blood sugar too? Try eating sprouted cereals three times a day and notice the mir ... Read on »
Lean Horse 50K: An almost triumphant ultra debut by chrissto23 Patient Expert Posted Sat 13 Jun 2009 12:05am Have you ever leaped head first into something without really thinking about it? That pretty much describes my decision to run the Lean Horse 50K this year. I first learned of the race last summer and logged it away as something I might like to do someday with the expectation that “someday” would be a few years away. Flash forward to June of 2 ... Read on »
Lean Horse: Week 2 by chrissto23 Patient Expert Posted Mon 29 Mar 2010 12:00am I imagine at some point I'll come up with more imaginative post titles than "Lean Horse: Week X" but for now I'm being lazy about it. I could call it "Free beer for anyone who comments on this post" but then I'd just have an angry mob on my hands when you all found out that I had drank all the free beer while sitting in the recliner and switchin ... Read on »