Detoxification Programs: In just 6 or 10 days detox your body with herbs & organic vegetable juice — feel fantastic again

An overload of toxins in your body will lead to chronic illness, premature ageing and death. You and I are exposed to thousands of toxic chemicals, they are everywhere — all the time. They are in the air we breathe, in the water we drink, in the food we eat and the...

Yarrow: For the relief of diarrhoea, dysentery, haemorrhoids, menstrual & menopausal problems, uterine fibroids, aids liver, gall bladder and kidney function

Yarrow has an important place in the history of herbs.   It has two agents which promote blood coagulation, several which have anti-inflammatory and pain relieving action and several others are antiseptic.     As well as healing internal and external...

Ginkgo biloba: Promotes peripheral circulation to the brain, ears, eyes and legs; improves short-term memory loss and brain function such as concentration, learning, mental alertness and behaviour.

There seems to be no other plant in herbal medicine that is beneficial to the brain, central nervous system and vascular system at the same time. Anyone over 50 is encouraged to take ginkgo extract for a few months at a time for the general toning up of various bodily...

Elder flower: For the relief of influenza, bronchitis, sore throat, tonsillitis, burns, skin ailments and rheumatic complaints

Elder flower (Sambucus nigra) has been used in traditional medicine all over the world in many different cultures due to its antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. The most common uses are for colds and flu, sinus infections, and other respiratory disturbances....

Hair: Keep your hair on herbally!

Hair: Very few people are satisfied with what hair they’ve got. It’s either too little or too much or it grows in all the wrong places! Dealing with unwanted body hair is a nightmare for some women, but not enough hair on their heads is a condition almost...

Cabbage: Simple remedy for arthritic and inflamed joints, swelling, sores, sprains and slow-healing wounds

Cabbage (Brassica oleracea) I don’t think I have tell anyone what a cabbage looks like because it is one of the most widely grown vegetables and is a European native. The heads of cabbage varieties range in shape from pointed, through to globular, to flat and...

The Beetroot: The most valuable vegetable in the medicine chest

Beetroot (Beta vulgaris) For 2000 years the beetroot has remained as the most valuable vegetable in the medicine chest. After carrot juice, the juice from the beetroot must be the most used of all the root vegetables. It is also one of our most valuable, containing...

Potato juice: A wonderful antacid, effective for skin problems, eczema, dark circles under the eyes

The potato is probably the most widely used and best-known vegetable of them all. And the organic potato has the most beneficial effects that are unfortunately all but lost when cultivated by commercial methods. Potatoes grown by commercial methods are subjected to...

Heart Attack: What can you do

Each year millions of men and women worldwide have heart attacks. Many survive with few after-effects. Others do not survive. The heart is a muscle that pumps blood throughout the body. To stay healthy, the heart needs oxygen and other nutrients that are carried by...