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  • Gout
  • Postnasal Drip
  • Respiratory Problems
  • Sinus

Natural Remedies using Horseradish Root


Woody stems are covered with needlelike, pun-gent leaves. Small purple-white flowers have pro-truding stamens. Rosemary is cultivated in gardens and available at most nurseries. Perennial. Grow from established plant or cuttings; di?cult to start from seed. Grow in well-drained soil, full sun to part shade. Zones 6-9.

Gout, Postnasal Drip, Respiratory Problems, Sinus

The Benefit of using Horseradish Root as a natural cure

Measles, a highly infectious disease, is very common in childhood. It is so common at this stage of life that nearly all children everywhere in the world go through this brief period of red spots.

Food allergies with documented elevation of IgE and IgA antibodies reflect an immune system that has been unnecessarily stirred up. However, not all food allergies trigger these specific immune responses. It is possible that other types of immune reactions will eventually be identified, or that a person’s symptoms occur through some other mechanism.

Herbal treatment of the digestive system is more successful if combined with a temporary change to your usual way of eating. It is beyond the scope of this book to give detailed advice on different diets for different ailments, but the general principle in the case of any digestive problem is to eat easily digestible foods: plain white rice, simple vegetable soup, plain semolina cooked with water, plain couscous, weak black tea, steamed vegetables, poached fish or chicken. It is also advisable to avoid stimulants such as coffee, cola drinks, strong tea and alcohol. You need to maintain a plain diet only for short periods of time, sometimes a day or two, until your digestive function goes back to normal. Sometimes a day of fasting, with just water or diluted fruit juice, is a good option.

Postnasal Drip
Respiratory Problems

Food allergies or allergylike food sensitivities can rev up the immune system and contribute to chronic inflammation. It is relatively easy and inexpensive to obtain a “food allergy panel” using a simple blood test. Indeed, 70

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