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The World's Favorite Drug - Coffee
In January of 1995, there was a letter written to UTNE magazine with regards to a coffee article that they had published in their paper the previous month.
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Tonic Herbs : Supplemental therapy
In the oriental systems of healing rejuvenation and regeneration have a prominent place in the herbal philosophy and pharmacopoeia. In Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine regenerating herbs are called tonic or supplemental herbs.
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Healing Herbs in the Spice Rack
During the winter months, many people become chilled and then may come down with a cold or flu. For these conditions, it is best to use warming, spicy herbs which will warm the interior and help to expel the illness via the skin in the form of sweating.
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The Sustainable Herbalist; The Sustainable Life
Currently, we are seeing herbal medicine reaching out to many people in our society. There are increased numbers of herbal students, practitioners, and schools engaged in learning and promoting the use of herbal medicine.
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Western Herbalist's Use of Ayurveda in the Clinic
Ayurveda is the ancient healing tradition of India. Literally translated it means, "wisdom of life" and was a part of the ancient Vedic culture and texts.
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Using the Six Tastes of Herbs to Determine a Formula
The Western herbal and medical traditions have placed a heavy emphasis on understanding the physiological actions of drugs and herbs and their effect on the body. While this information is useful, it leaves the herbalist with many gaps in our knowledge.
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