It’s no fun for anyone if he or she is suffering from common digestive disorders, for example IBS and heartburn. When it comes to the treatments, a cup of tea can sometimes work wonders in relieving symptoms like indigestion, bloating, stomach cramps, or gas, aside from a combination of medication and lifestyle changes. So, what are the best teas that are good for digestion? Here is a list for reference. Continue reading Teas For Digestive Problems
As one of the most common complaints of patients with acid reflux, morning sickness, gastroparesis, motion sickness, and cancer, nausea is a symptom that is hard to put words to. The good news is that some natural nausea remedies may soothe the stomach fast. Although herbs used for nausea appear to be safe for most people, it is highly recommended that they should be used under the supervision of a physician. On the one hand, physician can make it work in the right way. On the other hand, physician can help avoid the possible side effects and contraindications. Continue reading Herbs Good For Nausea
Chamomile has numerous health benefits. In addition, this herb is renowned for its beauty benefits too. For example, many people rinse their hair with chamomile infusion to deal with common hair problems, such as dandruff, hair loss, hair damage, and so on. So, is chamomile really good for hair? Well, currently scientists provide little evidence to back up this claim. However, the fact is that there is no lack of proponents of this natural remedy. Continue reading Chamomile Benefits For Hair
Chamomile has long been used as a sleep aid or a folk remedy for an upset stomach. Besides, this herb is another option for promoting liver health and treating fatty liver disease too, according to the result of some animal studies. However, so far there is no denying that few reliable scientific studies have been conducted to confirm the liver-protective effects of chamomile tea on humans. Continue reading Is Chamomile Tea Good For Your Liver?
When thinking of the benefits and uses of marshmallow root, the first one that comes to mind for most of you will probably be treating sore throats and dry coughs. So, is marshmallow root really good for sore throats? In fact, it has been used medicinally for this purpose for more than 2,000 years. So, you could almost say it is from the traditional healing system. However, it is important to note that few scientific studies have been done on the soothing effects of this herb. Continue reading Marshmallow Root For Sore Throat
Marshmallow root, also known as Althea officinalis, is now considered as one of the best herbs for acid reflux. Besides, this medicinal herb is still used for improving digestion, smoothing hair, skin healing, relieving pain and inflammation of the mucous membranes of the respiratory tract, and more. However, don’t confuse it with the mallow (Malva sylvestris). Continue reading Eating Marshmallows for Acid Reflux
When you think of pickles, probably this idea will make your mouth water immediately. Unfortunately, not all of you can enjoy this yummy food since some of you may be allergic to pickles like kosher dills and gherkins. Just like other ingested allergies, pickle allergy also occurs when an offending allergen is eaten. Continue reading Pickle Allergy
When it comes to the medical treatment for spider veins, also known medically as telangiectasia or venulectasias, most people will think of sclerotherapy and laser therapy. Besides, herbal remedies may offer help and, hopefully, relief too. And the most popular herbs for varicose and spider veins include butcher’s broom, witch hazel, ginkgo biloba, apple cider vinegar, gotu kola, horse chestnut, Xin Yi Hua (Flos Magnoliae), hawthorn, Huang Qin (Radix Scutellariae), grapeseed, Bai Zhi (Radix Angelicae Dahuricae), cayenne pepper, St. Johns’ Wort, bilberry, lavender, chamomile, rosemary, calendula, and so on. Continue reading Herbs That Help Spider Veins
Anyone can get a hemorrhoid, especially when you are hugely stressful all the time, since this is the most common cause of rectal and anal complaints. If you haven’t had experienced this disease before you may be curious about what it looks like and what color hemorrhoids are supposed to be? Now let’s learn the symptoms of hemorrhoids in order to help you to get better diagnosis and treatment. Continue reading What Color Are Hemorrhoids?
Many people associate apple cider vinegar (ACV) with cooking. In fact, it is incredibly popular in the natural health community too since it has shown promise in helping a variety of health problems that include gout. So, does apple cider vinegar help cure gout? While some natural health gurus believe that it can help to treat gout symptoms, other health experts say that it has no realistic role in gout. To be sure, there’s never been much research to support the claim. Since this gout treatment is unproven, it’s a good idea to talk to a doctor before starting this home remedy. Continue reading Apple Cider Vinegar For Gout Treatment