Herbs are excellent
plant sources of foods loaded with nutrients (vitamins, minerals, enzymes
and more) which our body can use to achieve and maintain good health.
Herbs also nourish, regulate, cleanse and help the body heal
itself. Herbs are powerful
Herbs don’t cure but they nourish.
If the body has the ability to heal, it will use the raw materials
found in foods to do its own healing work.
Herbs do not heal, they feed.
Herbs do not force the body to maintain and repair itself.
They simply support the body in these natural functions.
Herbs do not address disease. Herbs
have been chosen over thousands of years of history to feed different
parts of the body. For
instance, you might eat carrots for good eyesight and broccoli for immune
supporting antioxidants. Are
carrots and broccoli cures for glaucoma and cancer?
No But, wouldn’t you consume these nourishing foods at times of
these afflictions. History’s
answer is Yes! Thus we have
historical uses for Herbs.
Natural health is a way of living. It’s
learning to form a lifestyle that supports and fosters health (i.e, fresh
air, pure water, wholesome foods, exercise, good outlook, stress
management etc.). Joy of life
is the foundation of natural health, not fear of death.
‘May you know the disease you prevented with natural health’.
Your immune system and your health are affected by all areas of your life.
Nourish all of them well. The
information provided here is not intended to prescribe specific problems,
but to educate the general public concerning the historical uses of Herbs.
This all information provide here has been taken from the several
records provided in the different books regarding Herbal health,
Herbs – Historical uses.
Herbs for men.
Herbs for Women.
Herbs for Children.
Athletes & Fitness.