by Debby Raabel, PHN
The ancients understood the therapeutic power of food. Hippocrates, the Greek physician, remarked “Let your food be your medicine and your medicine be your food.” People of his time revered spices not just for their brilliant colors and taste but also for their medicinal value (1). The father of Western medicine, Aristotle taught us that the whole is more than the sum of its parts. We’ve come to understand this concept as “synergy”...
Editor's Note from Sonica Krishan: In this video, Dr Greg Emerson highlights the medicinal usage of turmeric as anti-oxidant, anti- inflammatory and anti cancerous. He calls turmeric as a Super Herb ! Turmeric is surely on of the few Ayurveda herbs which as per Ayurveda, turmeric is believed to be a destroyer of aggravation in all the three basic humors of the body viz. vatta, pitta and kapha. These humors or doshas when remain in their balanced state, provide us with the fruit of health. On the contrary any distortion among any of the same results in the production of a disease. Therefore, turmeric is recommended in a large variety of ailments! Please have a look.
Editor's Note: Healthy supplements are all the rage these days lining healthy grocery shelves with powerful root blends, spice concoctions and herbal remedies. Why not perk up healthy dishes at home with true sources bringing together exotic flavors with potent healthy benefits? In this amazing video, Peter Bahlawanian, owner of Spice Station in Silver Lake, California, discusses how turmeric may prevent fungi to the brain, mentions how ginger can boost circulation and alerts how fenugreek could keep Viagra off the shelves.
Editor´s Note from Zorica Denton: Because turmeric has anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, and possibly downright magical properties, it can replace a whole cabinet of toxic, expensive skin care products, and out-perform them all.
This video shows how to do a turmeric and milk facial and explains the benefits.
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Editor´s Note: Dr. Andrew Weil discusses the health benefits of ginger and turmeric and tells us why everyone should toss a little ginger and turmeric into their daily meals. While research is ongoing, these anti-inflammatories can make a huge difference keeping one healthy.
by Joan Porte
There are several things to do to restore an inflamed liver. As an astrologer and avid home cook, I am a big believer in using the Zodiac as a guide to healing foods. What better time to care for the long abused American liver than when its ruling planet, Jupiter, wanders through the motherly nurturing sign of Cancer for the next 13 months?...
by Jacob Teitelbaum, MD
There have been some fairly remarkable advances in natural pain relief recently. In large part, this has occurred because of the development of a highly absorbable form of an herb called "curcumin" (turmeric). Many studies show how helpful curcumin is, but until this new development, the doses required have been unreasonable high to take...
Editor's Note from Julie Cerrato: Turmeric is well-known for its anti-inflammatory properties. This excellent 2-part video demonstrates a simple way to make turmeric paste and what is known in Ayurveda to be "golden milk." Golden milk uses the anti-inflammatory and healing properties of turmeric, the nourishing properties of milk and the lubricating action of oil to improve upon joint dryness and pain. Even if you don't suffer from joint pain, golden milk taken on a regular basis may help keep joints working smoothly. Try this recipe at home today and leave us a comment! Namaste.
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