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Everybody knows that bees make honey but few know the crucial part that Propolis makes in the life cycle of the honeybee as the defender of the hive.
The fact is that without Propolis there would be... More > no bees, no hives, no honey and much less food for all of us.
Worlwide research has found that propolis is affective in alleviating acne, colds, flu, arthritis, asthma,and other respiratory problems and is also now used in the treating and healing of burns and wounds,
Scientific trials have proved that propolis has powerful antibacterial properties and is known to be capable of destroying strains that have so far become resistant to our conventional drugs and antibiotics.
This book details the many ailments alleviated by propolis, advice on dosage, and suppliers worldwide.< Less
Medicinal Plants for Colds and Flu
Elderberry Juice! That's it, you don't need anything else.... Well, Thyme is Commission E approved for Coughs and Bronchitis, you could add some fresh Thyme to your Chicken soup along with a little... More > Commission E approved Onion. Maybe a little Garlic. Radish Honey juice for Whooping Cough sounds a little far fetched so I won't mention it. But the Teas, a little Anise or Clove with some Mint and Honey.< Less
Rescue Soup: Home Treatments for colds and flu including Swine flu
Inside information of lore and scientific information. With 19 years in healthcare the author utilizes information from home remedies, home care, therapeutic comfort measures, and homeopathic... More > information to bring together a densely packed nutrient rich recipe to add to the diet and recovery program before, during and after having an immune attack from the flu. 13 pages of information including caregiver tips at home to prevent the spread to family members and cleaning. Also included is a list of substitutions so this recipe can be modified to fit any diet. Bonus: flu symptoms and what to do for each (including nausea) and how to modify the meals to promote recovery.
Because the FDA has not reviewed this recipe it is listed as "lore" because these are old fashion ways that have been practiced at home for centuries.< Less
Classical Herbal Recipe for Healing Cold and Flu in Summer (Chinese Medicine Herbal Recipe Series)
This recipe is very useful for healing common cold, flu (influenza), stomach flu, and acute gastroenteritis in summer. In the summer season, over-intake of cold foods and drinks and prolonged... More > exposure to cold may cause these diseases. This recipe can remove summer-heat, eliminate the exterior pathogenic factors of wind, cold, and dampness, and improve functions of the spleen and stomach. Modifications of the recipe are described, including for severe heat, headaches, diarrhea, and runny nose. Explanations in Chinese medicine theories are included. This classical recipe was recorded in the Chinese medicine classical book Prescriptions of People’s Welfare Pharmacy (He Ji Ju Fang, published in the year of 1107).< Less
How to Prevent and Heal Flu and Common Cold Using Acupressure and Acupuncture (Journal of Chinese Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture)
Flu and common cold are preventable even without drugs or herbs. Natural methods from Chinese medicine including acupressure and acupuncture can be used for the prevention and treatment of influenza... More > and common cold. These prevention methods have been proven quite effective in history and are still used today. For healing colds and flu, non-drug methods and acupuncture point prescriptions are collected here. These natural healing methods include acupressure, acupuncture, moxibustion, cupping therapy, and auricular (ear) acupuncture. Locations of these acupuncture points are provided. Differential diagnosis types of colds and flu are described for personalized treatment. Therapeutic principles and needle manipulation methods are recommended for each type. Acupuncture point prescriptions from some ancient traditional Chinese medicine classics are collected. These classics provide the guidance of selecting the most effective acupuncture points from hundreds of years of experience.< Less
Classical Chinese Herbal Recipes for Healing Flu, Common Cold, and Infectious Diseases (Journal of Chinese Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture)
Herbal recipes in Chinese medicine that can be used for healing influenza, common cold, and other infectious diseases are collected here. These recipes have been used for hundreds of years, proved by... More > billions of people, and confirmed by scientific studies. These natural herbal recipes can relieve stuffy noses, reduce fever, stop coughing, relieve headaches and body pain, calm the mind, and improve digestion. Scientific studies have found that they have antibacterial, antiviral, anti-inflammatory and anti-allergic effects. Ingredients of the recipes are explained with Chinese medicine theories. Modifications for personalized treatment and preparation methods are described. Many of the recipes are also useful for healing asthma, bronchitis, tonsillitis, pneumonia, mumps, encephalitis, meningitis, and measles. Some are effective for the treatment of stomach flu, gastroenteritis, pancreatitis, and conjunctivitis. Many of the recipes are also helpful for relieving skin diseases.< Less
THE PHARMACEUTICAL COLD WAR
(FREE DOWNLOAD)DRUG COs TREMBLE WHEN A $1.20 Produce item survives a 6+ year, 59 trials sore throat study with flawless 100% CURES & UNEXPECTEDLY left study subjects COLD, FLU & THROAT PAIN... More > FREE THE ENTIRE 6 YEARS. Drug Companys GROSS 5 BILLION $ YEARLY JUST FROM COLD 'relief' meds,(per their own site WED MD) BUT when this manuscript landed on the big desks of the 2 largest med journal editors at JAMA & NEJM they knew the 'viral veil' was now torn. But publishing this news would mean bye-bye to 5 BILLION $$ annually for Pharmaceutical Corp who now control the journals with advertising $$ (according to new documentary from LINK TV) while they intend to FOREVER peddle their 'NON-curing ALIEVIATORS' to unhealed sufferers. Get cure data, method, conclusion for your own cold/flu virus FREEDOM & see the shocking rejection emails from both journals. Kiss Nyquil, Dayquil & more goodbye. Study continues with 100% relief results.< Less
Classical Herbal Powder to Remove Toxins and Heal Flu and Skin Infections (Chinese Medicine Herbal Recipe Series)
This is a very useful herbal recipe for the treatment of common cold, flu (influenza), malaria, epidemic parotitis, bronchitis, rheumatoid arthritis, dysentery, hives (urticaria), acute cellulitis,... More > and eczema. It is good for healing skin infections. With modifications, this recipe has a broad range of applications on a variety of diseases. The recipe has antibacterial, antiviral, and anti-inflammation effects. It can reduce fever, stop pain, relieve cough, and improve the blood circulation. Modifications of the recipe for different applications are described, including for severe cough, dysentery, and skin infections such as boils and ulcers. Explanations in Chinese medicine theories are provided. This classical recipe was designed by a famous physician Yi Qian in the Song Dynasty. It was recorded in the ancient Chinese medicine classical book The Key to Differentiation and Treatment of Pediatric Diseases (Xiao Er Yao Zheng Zhi Jue).< Less
Classical Herbal Recipe for Healing Flu and Bronchitis (Chinese Medicine Herbal Recipe Series)
This herbal recipe is useful for the treatment of influenza, common cold, bronchitis, and other infectious diseases with Yin deficiencies. Such diseases are usually shown as headaches, fever, slight... More > aversion to wind and cold, no sweating or little sweating, cough, thirst, dry throat, irritability or restlessness. Current studies have shown that the recipe has anti-inflammation effects. It can help strengthen the body, reduce fever, relieve cough, and remove the phlegm. Modifications of the recipe are described, including for severe thirst, irritability, cough with thick and sticky sputum, and sore throat. Explanations in Chinese medicine theories are included. This classical recipe was recorded in the Chinese medicine classical book The Revised Popular Edition on Febrile Diseases (Chong Ding Tong Su Shang Han Lun).< Less