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Thursday, May 19, 2011

[AlternativeAnswers] Re: lowering blood pressure


I did a lot of research and found out MUKTAVATI is very good for controlling high blood pressure. It`s an Ayuvedic remedy. I`m still trying to find out where I can get it in New-Zealand.
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> Hawthorne Berry is known to lower blood pressure.  If your blood pressure is due to fluid retention dandelion extract will help.
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> --- On Mon, 5/16/11, GAIL WOYAK <pugs5075@...> wrote:
> From: GAIL WOYAK <pugs5075@...>
> Subject: Re: [AlternativeAnswers] Natural Antibacterial Herbs
> To: AlternativeAnswers@yahoogroups.com
> Date: Monday, May 16, 2011, 12:34 PM
> what is good for high blood pressure and colesterol
> ________________________________
> From: Andrew Pacholyk <yogiguruji@...>
> To: AlternativeAnswers@yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Mon, May 16, 2011 6:57:28 AM
> Subject: [AlternativeAnswers] Natural Antibacterial Herbs
> Good Morning!
> Natural Antibacterial Herbs
> There are hundreds of plants used all over the world, which are used in herbal
> medicine as treatments for bacterial infections. Here are some of the most
> accessible and reliable.
> Bayberry (Myrica cerifera): stimulating the flow of bile, and also exhibits
> antibacterial activity. Use this herb externally as a poultice.
> Cinnamon (Cinnamomum zeylanicum): is an ancient herbal remedy found in the
> Chinese Materia Medica. Various terpenoids found in the volatile oil including
> eugenol and cinnamaldehyde account for cinnamon�s medicinal effects. Both
> cinnamaldehyde and cinnamon oil vapors are potent anti-fungal compounds.
> Antibacterial actions have been found in cinnamon.
> Cranberries (Vaccinium macrocarpon): The medicinal benefits of cranberries have
> been touted in news reports for years, recognizing the small, four air-chambered
> berry for its ability to protect against urinary tract infections. However, new
> research suggests that not only does the cranberry, available in both white and
> red varieties, fight against bacterial infections in the urinary tract, but it
> is also associated with potentially lowering LDL cholesterol and slowing cancer
> cell growth.
> Eucalyptus (eucalyptus globulus): It's been known for some time that extracts of
> eucalyptus oil inhibit the growth of some bacteria. Antibacterial activities of
> eucalyptus globulus leaf extract against isolated bacteria were investigated by
> determining minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) and minimum bactericidal
> concentration (MBC). methods. It is concluded that eucalyptus globules leaf
> extract is effective against isolated bacteria.
> Garlic (Allium sativum): The ancient Egyptians attached great importance to
> garlic, and used it as a money exchange. Folklore has always claimed that garlic
> is a great healer, and there is actually a lot of scientific evidence to support
> that claim. Allicin is the compound responsible for the healing benefits of
> garlic. Garlic's antibacterial characteristics have been tested even against
> drug-resistant varieties, and shown to have therapeutic activity. The sulfides
> in garlic may work in a way similar to that of penicillin and sulfa drugs, to
> counter the growth of bacteria.
> Goldenseal (Hydrastis canadenis): Goldenseal is a native American medicinal
> plant introduced to early settlers by Cherokee Indians who used it as a wash for
> skin diseases, wounds, and for sore, inflamed eyes. Its roots are bright yellow,
> therefore, this is how it gets it's name. Goldenseal root has acquired a
> considerable reputation as a natural antibiotic and as a remedy for various
> gastric and genitourinary disorders.
> Myrrh (Commiphora Myrrha): Myrrh is a gum resin that has been used since ancient
> times. The Egyptians used it to embalm bodies, and in biblical times it was one
> of the herbs brought by the Three Wise Men. Myrrh constituents are antibacterial
> and antifungal, exhibiting activity against e.coli, staphylococcus, and candida
> albicans, an overgrowth of which leads to yeast infections. Its antiseptic and
> disinfectant properties make it useful as a wash on cuts, burns and skin
> infections. Gargle several drops of tincture in water to relieve a sore throat.
> Use diluted myrrh as a mouthwash or apply the powder on the mucus membranes
> inside of the mouth to treat mouth sores and thrush.
> Olive Leaf Extract: is an extraordinary herbal antibacterial as well as,
> antiviral extract. Obtained from specific parts of the olive tree (Olea
> europaea), this new proprietary phytochemical extract is not only safe, but is
> also a nontoxic immune system builder. Olive Leaf Extract has been used
> clinically in its present form for over a year.
> Tea Tree (Melaleuca altermifolia): is the extracted oil from Melaleuca
> altermifolia tree native to Australia. The oil is extracted by steam
> distillation from the leaves of the tree and has been used by Australian
> aborigines for several centuries. Now the tree is grown all over the world for
> its medicinal properties. As an antibacterial agent, tea tree oil is said to
> alleviate hemorrhoids, and treat candidiasis and other vaginal infections. As an
> antifungal, tea tree oil has been used for years in the treatment of athlete's
> foot, ringworm, and nail infections.
> Turmeric (Curcuma longa): Curcumin, the yellow color pigment of turmeric, is
> produced industrially from turmeric oleoresin. The healing properties of
> turmeric have made it a most sought after ingredient in cosmetics and drugs, as
> the leaf oil and extract can also be used as sunscreens and bio-pesticides. It
> is well recognized as the best anti-oxidant, hypoglycemic, colorant, antiseptic
> and wound healer.
> Yellow Dock (Rumex crispus): has been used for hundreds of years for its
> astringent properties, treating a variety of skin problems, including boils,
> rashes, blemishes and burns. Yellow dock is valued as an antibacterial agent and
> even more as one of the best available sources of iron. Yellow dock's high iron
> content makes it beneficial for treating anemia and pregnant women. Yellow Dock
> also contains vitamin C, vitamin A, calcium and phosphorous.
> Andrew Pacholyk, MS. L.Ac
> http://www.peacefulmind.com/herbology.htm
> Therapies for healing
> mind, body, spirit
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