By Gail Ulrich
During this textual content, Gail Ulrich explains how the immune approach services, and explores the issues of immunodeficient stipulations akin to fungus infections, eczema, herpes and fibromyalgia. She surveys a number of mind-body and nutritional affects at the immune procedure, and offers an entire immune-enhancing natural pharmacopoeia, together with echinacea, garlic, milk thistle, gingko, shitake, St John's Wart, licorice, nettles and valerian.
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Next page > < previous page page_27 next page > Page 27 Indications: Since the early 1990's, cat's claw has been in the news as a veritable panacea for nearly every degenerative disease. For hundreds of years, Peruvian Indian tribes have harvested the root and inner bark of this climbing woody vine for an impressive list of ailments. Growing over 100 feet in length and reaching a circumference of nearly 12 inches, cat's claw has sharp, curved thorns, much like the claws of a cat or jaguar. Since its arrival in the United States several years ago, cat's claw has been used for arthritis, tumors, digestive disorders, lupus, fibromyalgia, diabetes, chronic fatigue, chemical and environmental allergies, respiratory infections, candidiasis, Crohn's disease, hemorrhoids and to counter the side effects of chemotherapy and radiation.
S. authorities on echinacea, believes that E. purpurea is unequivocally the best species to use. It is the isobutylamides, primary components of echinacea, that cause the tingling or numbing sensation on the tongue. Some experts claim that one of the best ways to < previous page page_31 If you like this book, buy it! next page > < previous page page_32 next page > Page 32 determine the quality of an echinacea root is to taste it. If it causes a "buzzing" or tingling sensation, it is of good quality.
He also suggests its benefit for older patients with rheumatic complaints, obesity and high blood lipids, since German research shows that it lowers cholesterol. Devil's Club (Oplopanax horridum) Part used: Root Actions: Expectorant, respiratory stimulant, hypoglycemic Indications: Commonly used for the treatment of blood sugar disorders, devil's club is also a safe stimulating expectorant which helps with loosening mucous in chest colds and bronchitis. Michael Moore writes that as either a cold infusion or a tincture, it can help with rheumatoid arthritis and some autoimmune disorders.
Herbs to Boost Immunity: Herbal Tonics to Keep You Healthy and Strong Including Echinacea, Siberian Ginseng, Astragalus, and More by Gail Ulrich