Herbal ProductsWritten by C. Bailey-Lloyd/LadyCamelot
HERBAL PRODUCTS are comprised of herbal care remedies, such as ointments like Tea Tree ointment. Tea Tree ointment has ability to help and cure dermatitis, excema and fungal infections. Other herbal products like Camomile Oil, for instance, have capability to improve health of persons with skin problems; e.g. - scars, minor burns, sunburn, insect bites and even hemmorhoids. More common herbal products are used in massage oils that promote deep relaxation. Herbal products can even be perfume creams that not only soften skin but leave an aromatic scent. One of more fascinating herbal products, passes as a cooking oil and a natural skin helper. The herbal product in reference is Olive Oil. Olive oil, an an herbal product, is a superb dietary enhancer, and equally helps prevent sunburn; and acts as a natural mosquito repellent as well! Futhermore, herbal products are used in natural shampoos, conditioners, body washes, soaps, perfumes, colognes, etc. Most of our medicines used today are derived from native cultures. A matter of fact, approximately 25% of prescription drugs in US contain at least one active plant material ingredient. Currently, over four billion people or eighty percent of world population use herbal products for some forms of natural healthcare. Ayurvedic practitioners, homeopathic practitioners, naturopathic practitioners, traditional Oriental practitioners and Native American Indians commonly utilize herbal products in their practice. Today, pharmaceutical companies are extensively researching rain forest plant materials for their medicinal potential.
Herbal TherapyWritten by C. Bailey-Lloyd/LadyCamelot
Herbal Therapy, also referred to as Herbalism, is one of oldest healthcare means known to mankind. In fact, herbal therapy is utilization of herbs for various therapies, remedies or medicinal purposes.
Derived from plants, herbs are used for their medicine, aroma and spice in herbal therapy. Herb plants produce and comprise a mariyad of chemical substances that interact with our bodies. Herbal therapy allows natural plants and herbs act as nutrients to empower our organs and tissues to regain normal functionability.
Currently, over four billion people, or eighty percent of world population use herbal therapy for some forms of healthcare. Ayurvedic practitioners, homeopathic practitioners, naturopathic practitioners, traditional Oriental practitioners and Native American Indians commonly utilize herbal therapy.
Common illnesses and conditions that herbal therapy can benefit are digestive problems, sinusitis, Chron's disease and irritable bowel syndrome. Other conditions like arthritis, post-cancer treatment, fertility issues, menopause, PMS, colds and even flu can be helped with herbal therapy as well.