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Dr Bach qualified as a Doctor in 1912 and he became a Surgeon at the National Temperance Hospital London. Dr Bach became very ill in 1917 and was told that he only had 3 months to live. He decided that he still had a lot of work to do and became so absorbed in it …

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Rosemary is a wonderful herb that is used to improve memory, and with the currently high statistics of dementia, it should be a herb that is often used in our diets as a tea, or in salads. It has wonderful digestive properties. Rosemary freshens the breath. Blended with Peppermint it aids the digestion and improves …

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Mothers Miracle – Thyme Head lice are a constant worry for the mothers of school age children. They can be constantly passed from one person to another, usually by direct contact. Sharing of combs, brushes, hats and pillows will also spread lice. Lice puncture the skin and suck blood, laying eggs, called “Nits” which attach …

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The ancient Doctors of Arabia used this fruit for the inflammation of the stomach and pains in the heart. The sweet varieties of the fruit are regarded as a good laxative, the sour varieties more as anti inflammatories. It is acknowledged as increasing the body’s resistance against infections, and has been used as part of …

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This little vegetable is amazing, it is one of the richest sources of iron, calcium and sodium that we have in the vegetable kingdom. The leaves are often eaten in salads and have more calcium, phosphorus vitamin C and protein than radish itself. You can prepare a syrup by mixing a teaspoonful of fresh radish …

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Sometimes being a Naturopath can be frustrating and rewarding at the same time. A lady rang me from a country area, she was 60 miles from the nearest town and had a baby that was screaming with sore ears. The mother had no car with her husband being away on business. The request “what can …

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Normal Thyroid function requires manganese because it is involved in the formation of Thyroxin, the Thyroid’s most important hormone. When the body’s Estrogen, insulin or Parathyroid hormones are elevated the absorption of Manganese may be impaired as these hormones are antagonistic to thyroid function. Manganese is located largely in the Mitochondria – The powerhouse of …

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Lemons can be used for a lot more than eating and drinking. If you have a lemon tree growing in your backyard and find you have excess fruit, why not juice some and freeze in ice cube trays for the off season? Here are some lemon alternatives to chemicals: Make a Furniture Polish by mixing …

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New research is showing that using Ginger may reduce pain and inflammation. The active ingredients in ginger – compounds called gingerols have a similar structure to capsaicin, the active ingredient in chilli peppers and capsicum, a known pain reliever. Capsaicin is used on the skin as a pain reliever. It dulls pain receptors only after …

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Grapes are easily assimilated; they are very valuable in the case of weak digestion, chronic fatigue and fevers. The grapes combination of cellulose, sugar and acid make it a great laxative food, one needs to take around 350 grams of grapes daily to achieve the desired result. As far back as 1556 German Doctors were …

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