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PostPosted: Wed Nov 23, 2011 10:09 am    Post subject: Nature's cures  Reply with quote




Green tea supplements prevent flu better than vaccination
November 22, 2011
†(NaturalNews) Flu season is now in full swing and seasonal vaccinations are being pushed from every corner. Nonetheless, a recent clinical trial showed that green tea-based supplements reduced the risk of flu by 75%. This is far better than the 60% risk reduction recently reported in the Lancet for vaccinations. Given that green tea provides a host of other health benefits and none of the risks of injections, it would appear to be a far superior alternative to vaccination.

Green Tea: Natural Antiviral and Immune Enhancer
For many years it has been known that green tea polyphenols actively suppress many bacterial, fungal and viral species. On the virus front, green tea suppresses the adenovirus, Epstein-Barr, herpes simplex, HIV-1 and influenza viruses. EGCG, one of the main polyphenols in green tea, is mainly responsible for this suppression. Specifically, ECGC binds to the hemagglutinin of the influenza virus, which blocks it from attaching to (and infecting) target receptor cells. EGCG also alters the virus cell membrane, which further inhibits its ability to infect other cells. Another important component of green tea is the amino acid L-theanine, which has been shown to activate human gamma-delta-T lymphocytes to proliferate and make interferon-gamma, a potent antimicrobial cytokine. These lymphocytes are considered to be the body's first line of defence against infection. Green tea therefore offers a two-pronged protection from the flu which vaccination simply cannot match. But for final proof, we need clinical trials.

Green Tea Lowers Flu Risk: Early Clinical Evidence
One early trial using green tea against the flu involved gargling three times daily with a weak solution of green tea (50 mg of catechins per cup, of which 60% was EGCG). The theory was that since the throat was a major infection site of influenza, gargling could stop the flu virus there. The theory was right: 1.3% of garglers contracted the flu vs. 10% of the control group. In another more sophisticated trial on 97 healthy adults, a proprietary blend of theanine and green tea polyphenols (apparently worth about 10 cups of green tea per day, but exact amounts were not disclosed) was used for three months during flu season. This trial was randomized, double-blind and placebo controlled. The supplement takers experienced 32% less illnesses and 35% fewer "symptom days." However, participants were included in the statistical analysis even if their compliance (actually taking the green tea pills) was only 70%.

Latest Clinical Trial Provides Stunning Results: 75% Less Illness
More recently, a better controlled trial was performed on 198 health care workers. This was randomized, double-blind and placebo controlled: the gold standard in clinical trials. The treatment group was each given a daily dose of 378 mg green tea catechins (containing 270 mg EGCG) and 210 mg of theanine from November 2009 to April 2010. The compliance rate in this trial was better: 93% took their pills according to plan. Those taking the green tea experienced 75% less clinically defined flu infection and this was statistically significant (P=0.022). But not all observed sicknesses were bona fide flu. When laboratory tests were used to confirm real influenza infection, it showed that green tea provided a stunning 83% reduction in flu risk, however this was not statistically significant (P=0.112) due to the small number of actual flu cases.

This latest trial shows that green tea supplements easily outperform flu vaccination for preventing illness. This may be a shocker to most people's vaccine-indoctrinated mind-set, but for those who already study, understand and practice the principles of natural health, it's really no surprise at all.
http://www.naturalnews.com/034218_green_tea_flu_season.html

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HONEY, Nature's MIRACLE cure!
I love honey, always have and always will. My love of honey has grown deeper as I discover all the wonderful properties it possesses. As my research into alternative natural remedies has progressed I find RAW honey mentioned in nearly every source I find, so I thought I would share some of that information with you. I have said many times before that, IF a collapse situation occurs, eventually all of us will run out of pharmaceutical medications. No question about it, they will either get used up or become expired (after a long time) and useless. So you need to learn now, how to live without antibiotics produced in a lab.

  Honey has been used for thousands of years for it's healing properties. It was commonly used until WW II, when lab antibiotics came into fashion. The use of honey is called apitherapy, which includes replenishing energy, enhancing physical stamina, and improving immune systems. Honey is produced in the bee's gut and is then regurgitated into wax cells within the hive. This gut production is part of the reason for honey's healing and antimicrobial properties. It forms a hydrogen peroxide effect in wounds and destroys bacteria, including MRSA and strep infections.

  Within wounds, honey not only destroys bacterial infections, it creates a moist healing environment that allows skin cells to regrow naturally. This helps prevent raised scarring. Honey both prevents and kills bacterial infections. It has an acidic pH that is inhospitable for bacteria. It also has an osmotic effect which kills by drawing out fluid from the bacteria. Several studies have shown honey heals wounds better and faster, with a dramatic decrease in infection rates, especially in burn injuries.

  Honey is known to have a calming effect on the mind and promotes sleep. It may have a positive effect on heart disease by reducing C-reactive protein levels. Honey may reduce blood sugar levels and help stabilize wild swings of high and low levels. It has also been shown to have antiviral properties and is used frequently to help combat colds and influenza. Honey is helpful in the treatment and prevention of oral infections and disease. It soothes a sore throat and speeds healing of a strep throat infection.

  Make sure you store honey as part of your preparedness plan. It never spoils or goes bad. If it crystallizes, just heat it up a little and it will be as good as new!

  One more important piece of advice: Manuka honey is NO different then regular honey. They claim it is made from "tea tree" pollen, however, the "tea tree" they site is a relative, and  is NOT the true tea tree called melaleuca (just check your tea tree oil label). This is a fraud perpetrated to make money from unsuspecting customers. Buy your local honey, save money AND reduce allergies. Local honey is made by bees from pollen that you might be allergic to. However, the minute doses of this allergen in the honey is like an ALLERGY SHOT and will help desensitize you to that pollen. That's right, it helps decrease or eliminate allergies caused by your local environment. So eat the honey produced in your area and you will be healthier ( and richer)!
http://doctorbonesandamyshow.blog.../honey-naturals-miracle-cure.html
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 15, 2013 6:37 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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http://womansvibe.com/25-ways-use-honey-home-remedies-2/
25 Ways To Use Honey in Home Remedies

December 2014

Sometimes called the nectar of the gods, honey has been a staple in the human diet for thousands of years. The benefits of honey have been touted everywhere from ancient history books to clinical trials in modern society. Honey also has antifungal and antibacterial properties. The high sugar content dehydrates bacteria by producing hydrogen peroxide and other antibacterial chemicals. Honey has been shown to speed up growth of body tissues by helping to form new blood vessels, collagen and epithelial cells. Taking honey and mixing it in with other herbs, fruits and foods can help enhance healing properties. There are countless ways to use honey in home remedies. Below are recipes that aid in ailments. (Click on the link to view recipe.)


1. Honey Citrus Syrups: Sooth Sore Throat And Flu

A great concoction of honey, herbs, spices and citrus fruits to help sooth a sore throat. The spices and herbs help in aiding the inflammation of the throat while the honey soothes and helps get rid of any bacteria.

2. Lemon-Honey: Colds

Here is a recipe with honey and lemons that can ease fever and chill symptoms associated with the common cold.

3. Cinnamon-honey: Overall Wellness

Here is a recipe that naturally boosts your health by incorporating cinnamon and honey that may help in combating hypertension and cardiovascular disease.

4. Ginger-honey: Sore Stomach

Ginger appears to reduce inflammation in a similar way to nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) by slowing associated biochemical pathways. Ginger also promotes circulation. Combining it with honey in thisrecipe makes it ideal for an upset stomach.



5. Clove-honey: Toothache

This recipe uses cloves that contain a very strong anesthetic chemical called eugenol. Eugenol is also an antiseptic like honey that helps kill germs that may contribute to an infection. Cloves are also about 20 times richer in eugenol than other sources.

6. Apple Cider Vinegar and Honey: Acid Reflux

An unlikely combination to aid in acid reflux, apple cider vinegar has been shown to improve digestion and mineral absorption that plays a role in reducing acid reflux. Take this tonic on a daily basis for relief.

7. Honey Heel Moisturizer: Dry, Cracked Heels

A recipe incorporating honey, milk, and orange to aid in dry, cracked heels. Milk is rich in vitamin A which is essential for healthy skin in helping to repair and rebuild it. The orange serves as a natural chemical peel in aiding to remove dry skin.

8: Honey and Brown Sugar Scrub: Dry Skin

Brown sugarís texture makes it ideal for removing dry skin. Mix the sugar with the honey for a moisturizing exfoliant for your skin.

9.  Honey and Yogurt Face Mask: Acne

Rich in probiotics, yogurt can help decrease inflammation and restore the skinís natural pH balance. Mixed with honey this mask will also boost the anti-inflammatory properties for combatting acne.

10. Honey and Coconut Water Drink: Sore Muscles

Coconut oil contains many electrolytes that can aid in dehydration, a main reason for sore muscles. This drink includes citrus and honey that together boost energy.

11. Honey and Sugar Cream: Athleteís Foot

Honey and sugar work together in this paste to minimize the fungus associated with athleteís foot.

12. Honey and Lemon: Weight Loss

A simple recipe combining honey, hot water, and lemon. Some recent studies in Nutrition Research and Scientific World Journal conclude that honey can aid in weight loss. Lemon has also been found to contribute to weight loss.

13. Honey and Apple Cider Vinegar: High Cholesterol

Ayurvedic texts say honey gets rid of fat and cholesterol in the bodyís tissues. This is an example recipe.

14. Honey and Guggul: Rheumatoid Arthritis Symptoms

This is an Ayurvedic guggul-based formula. Triphala guggulu was assessed in a laboratory setting and found to significantly inhibit inflammatory enzymes related with rheumatoid arthritis. Mix with honey for further anti-inflammatory effects in this recipe.

15. Honey and Turmeric: Oral Ulcers

The proven antibacterial and antiviral properties of honey can accelerate the healing process in the case of canker sores. Mix with turmeric and apply this three times a day.

16. Honey and Ginger Cleanse: Sinuses

A recipe taking a mixture of fresh ginger juice and honey to relieve sinus congestion for use two to three times a day.

17. Honey and Orange Juice: Anxiety

Research has shown that orange has a calming effect and can aid in fatigue, exhaustion, and anxiety. Mixed with honey this recipe is great for fighting anxiety. Citrus oils have also been show to increase concentration and alertness.

18. Honey and Pineapple: Smoking Cessation

Pineapple is high in vitamin C, which aids people who smoke tend to lack. Chewing pineapple and taking honey afterwards, as explained here, can also help to curb cigarette cravings.

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19. Honey, Bay Leaf, and Celery Seeds:Abdominal Pain

A recipe involving a mixture of ground bay leaf, celery seeds, and honey before lunch and dinner daily. Bay leaves and celery seeds have been shown to aid in stomach ulcers and colic pain.

20. Honey, Cinnamon, and Trikatu: Poor Circulation

A tea concoction to aid in poor circulation by increasing blood flow. Trikatu is effective in curing dyspepsia and helps in proper circulation.

21. Honey and Castor Oil: Hiccups

Hiccups are caused by spasms of the diaphragm, and the ingredients in this recipe are anti-spasmodic, leading to relief.

22. Honey and Cinnamon: Eczema

Scientists have discovered that honey not only heals damaged skin in extremely severe cases of eczema and eliminates the dry patches, but it also has the ability to regenerate new skin growth. This recipe also includes cinnamon for further healing properties.

23. Fenugreek Seeds, Honey, Ginger Remedy:Asthma

This is an Ayurvedic recipe for asthma using fenugreek seeds along with ginger and honey. Honey is good for your respiratory tract while ginger has anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties. Fenugreek is also added because it may aid in respiratory problems including asthma and bronchitis.

24. Homemade Cinnamon Mouthwash: Bad Breath

A recipe incorporating honey, cinnamon, lemon juice, and baking soda. Combined, these ingredients aid in killing odor-causing bacteria.

25. Honey Mask: Oily Hair

This hair mask incorporates egg yolk, which is full of proteins, and honey, which will nourish and replenish your hair.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 22, 2016 4:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

http://www.cnn.com/2016/12/22/hea...cider-vinegar-benefits/index.html
12/22/16
Apple cider vinegar helps blood sugar, body fat, studies say

Apple cider vinegar has been touted as a cure-all for decades. I've seen claims that it can do everything from halt hiccups to whiten teeth, and even banish dandruff.

Whether or not it's capable of all those things, there is some solid research to back up apple cider vinegar as a healthy elixir, as long as you use it correctly.

One promising benefit: It seems to help regulate blood sugar. A study published in Diabetes Care looked at men and women with type 2 diabetes. The researchers found that when the participants downed two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar before bed with a snack (one ounce of cheese), they had lower blood sugar levels the next morning, compared to when they ate the same bedtime snack paired with two tablespoons of water.

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 28, 2016 3:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Is also recommended by FDA or Not as natural cure?

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 28, 2016 7:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

tracy247 wrote:
Is also recommended by FDA or Not as natural cure?

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FDA doesn't recommend unpasteurized apple cider.
http://www.foodsafetynews.com/201...asteurized-apple-cider-this-fall/
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10/27/12

(NaturalNews) The fall season brings, not only cooler temperatures and beautiful autumn colors, but also an abundance of nutrient dense fruits. Consuming produce when it's ripe and in season yields the best nutritional value. A few of the superfood fruits of fall include apples, cranberries, kumquats, persimmons, and starfruit.


Apples
Apples are the perfect grab and go fruit. They make a great addition to any lunch box, book bag, briefcase, or purse. Did you know that one serving of apple provides a quarter of the recommended daily allowance of vitamin C? Apples are also rich in antioxidants, fiber, and are a good source of B-complex vitamins such as riboflavin and thiamin. With over 7,500 varieties grown worldwide, you are sure to find one that fits your taste buds.


Cranberries
Typically found on any holiday table as a side dish, these tart, sometimes overlooked, nutrient dense powerhouses are highly nutritious. They are rich in phytochemicals which studies have been shown may help guard against certain types of cancer, aging, inflammation, and bacterial infections. Fresh cranberries have the most antioxidants and are readily available during the holiday season from October until late December. Dried versions are also equally beneficial. However, liquid versions found in juices and cocktails are less nutritious.


Kumquats
They are sometimes called "the little gold gem of the citrus family," and look like mini oval shaped oranges. Behind their sweet orange peel, hides a tart center. Many times they are used as a garnish. However, they can be eaten fresh including peel and can also be found pickled or in preserves. Kumquats are a good source of vitamins A and C plus dietary fiber.


Persimmons
They are native to China, but now can be found around the world. These sweet pumpkin colored fruits are packed with nutrients that promote a healthy heart and vision plus they encourage a vibrant immune system through the fall and winter months. Persimmons can be eaten fresh, dried, cooked and are delicious addition to ice cream.


Starfruit
Native to India, Indonesia, and Sri Lanka, starfruit can now be found in other parts of the world including the United States. There are two different varieties one sweet and the other sour or tart. Not only is the starfruit beautiful to look at, but it is high in dietary fiber, vitamin C, and potassium. Some of the health benefits associated with this antioxidant-rich fruit are lowered cholesterol, alleviating symptoms of constipation, plus it has anti-microbial properties which have shown promising results in treating certain types of infections associated with staph, salmonella, and even e coli.

Don't let this fall season pass you by without trying one of these incredibly nutritious and equally delicious fall superfoods. It's the perfect time of year to involve the entire family in healthy eating options. Try a new seasonal recipe or visit a local orchard to pick your own apples. Promoting heart and vision health, boosting the immune system, protection against certain types of cancer are a few of the many health benefits that may come from eating produce which includes the fruits of fall.
http://www.naturalnews.com/037712...ealth_benefits.html#ixzz2AnTAci1q
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GARLIC
another natural health food, cure

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