Herbs

Revisiting The Benefits Of Turmeric

“If I had only one single herb to depend upon for all possible health and dietary needs, I would without much hesitation choose Turmeric.” That’s a pretty strong endorsement for a humble herb and it comes from Dr. David Frawley, Founder of the American Institute for Vedic Studies.

Relative of the Ginger plant, the Turmeric plant is used to treat a number of medical disorders, including digestive disorders, liver problems, and skin diseases. It has also been proven effective in stimulating improvement in bile flow, making it very beneficial for people suffering from both digestive and gall bladder problems.

South African Geranium Fights Everything From Sinusitis And Throat Infections To Acute Bronchitis

For hundreds of years, the Zulu and other indigenous South African people have used a wild plant remedy called ‘umckaloabo’ for coughs, colds, upper respiratory tract irritations and gastrointestinal problems. Today, we know this plant better as the South African geranium (Pelargonium sidoides) – a herb that recent scientific research has shown to have potent anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and immune-boosting properties.