Tuesday, 22 July 2008

Aromatherapy Sprays

Mountain Rose Herbs uses only the finest botanical ingredients to create these lovingly handcrafted healing blends. Simple and effective, we produce our line of aroma sprays using organic distilled floral water and 100% therapeutic grade essential oils. Splash yourself with some fun by liberally spritzing yourself and your surroundings with these pure, natural, and healing aromatherapy sprays. They may be used as a therapeutic spray, skin toner, general deodorizer, room spray or as a refreshing body mist. Our aromatherapy sprays are not only convenient and revitalizing, but are a sensational way to pamper yourself and your loved ones.We hope you have as much fun using these delightful sprays as we had in creating

Aphrodite Aroma Spray
Sensual, spicy and fun! This exotic aroma spray is a long time favorite here at Mountain Rose Herbs, and contains oils from some of the most alluring and intoxicating botanicals from around the globe.Use as a body mist, deodorant or room spray.Contains: Organic Rose Geranium flower water, Witch Hazel extract and essential oils of organic Palmarosa, Sandalwood, Rose Attar and organic Patchouli.

Cucumber Mist Aroma Spray
Pure and fresh "summer in a bottle", this has become our affectionate name for this wonderful and irresistible new aroma spray. Merely a mist or two will invoke summertime memories, and perhaps a little bit of salivation from the intoxicating scent of fresh cucumber slices. Refreshing and evocative, this aroma spray smells like freshly cut cucumber straight out of the garden. It is superb as a room freshener, body spritzer, as a facial mist, and it has anti-inflammatory and soothing effects on the skin. Who could ask for more?Contains: Certified Organic Cucumber Hydrosol, Distilled water, and Witch Hazel extract.

Evening Embrace Aroma Spray
Henry David Thoreau once said "I feel the evening is more novel and less profane than the day" and this aroma spray represents a perfect union for those that hold similar sentiments. This provocative and enigmatic spray is an incredibly rich blend of only the finest oils from the major perfume producing regions of the world and was designed to allure and enchant friends, family and lovers alike.Contains: Distilled Water, Witch Hazel extract, Amber exude oil, organic Patchouli essential oil, organic Vetiver essential oil, Balsam of Peru, organic Clary Sage essential oil, organic Cardamom essential oil and a blend of organic carrier oil.

Gaia Spice Aroma Spray
A rejuvenating, cheerful and balancing mist. This aroma spray has a warming and spicy note, particular for cold gray days and is pleasing to all ages. It is excellent as an all-purpose spray, and is especially wonderful as a deodorizer for bedrooms and bathrooms. Contains: Distilled water, Witch Hazel extract, and essential oils of organic Orange, organic Cedarwood, Sandalwood and organic Cinnamon.

Green Tara Aroma Spray
An uplifting mist designed to help provide comfort during times of strife and to aide in emotional healing. This gentle and therapeutic aroma spray may either be used as a body mist or as a room spray. Grounding and calming, it has a delicate floral aroma with a subtle tropical undertone.Contains: Distilled water, Witch Hazel extract and essential oils of Marjoram, Chamomile, organic Rose Geranium, organic Ylang Ylang and organic Vetiver.

Moon Moods Aroma Spray
Designed to alleviate the emotional, off-center, and frustrating moments associated with our menstrual moon cycles. Although this aroma spray was specially formulated for the moon time; it may be used daily for better balancing of the emotions. The pleasant floral scent is wonderful as a body mist or room spray.Contains: Organic Lavender flower water, Witch Hazel extract and essential oils of organic Lavender, Chamomile, Marjoram, organic Cypress and organic Rose Geranium.

Wild Rose Aroma Spray
A wonderful rejuvenating facial mist created specifically for damaged skin. Fabulous for dry skin, prematurely aged skin, or older and less supple skin. The healing benefits may also be utilized by those with oily or acne prone skin, and for best results, we recommend that you use it in combination with our Wild Rose Facial Oil.Contains: Organic lavender flower water, Calendula extract and essential oils of Carrot seed, organic Lavender and Helichrysum

Monday, 21 July 2008

History Of Aromatheraphy

was used by the most ancient civilizations and is reputed to be at least 6000 years old. It is widely thought that Aromatherapy originated in Egypt. A medical papyri (writings) estimated to date around 1555 BC contains remedies for many types of illnesses with similar methods of application in Aromatherapy and Herbal medicine today.The Egyptians used a method known as infusion to extract the oils from aromatic plants and incense was probably one of the earliest ways of using aromatics. Frankincense was burned at sunrise as an offering to the sun god, Ra and myrrh was offered to the moon. The Egyptians used many fragrant oils after bathing and for massages. The Greeks continued the use of aromatic oils for medicine and cosmetics. A book about herbal medicine written by a Greek physician, Pedacius Dioscorides, was the Western world's standard medical reference for at least 1200 years. Many of the Aromatherapy remedies mentioned in his book are still in use today.Rome became the bathing and massage capital of the world, taking much of their medical knowledge from the Greeks, the Romans went on to use and improve aromatherapy. As trade routes opened up to East India and Arabia the Romans began importing new aromatic products.Though it took many years to perfect the process, the physician Avicenna who lived from A.D 980 to A.D. 1037 is believed to have first used the process of distillation to obtain the essence of rose. Around the same time, the Arabs also discovered how to distil alcohol making it possible to produce perfumes without a heavy oily base.It is a believed that the ancient Chinese civilizations were using some form of aromatherapy at the same time as the Egyptians. Shen Nung's Herbal book, dated about 2700 B.C., is the oldest surviving medical book in China and contains information on over 300 plants. The Chinese used aromatic herbs and burned aromatic woods and incense to show respect to God.One of the main aspect of traditional Indian medicine known as ayurveda practiced for more than 3000 years incorporates aromatic massage. The invasions of South America by the conquistador’s brought about the discovery of more medicinal plants and aromatic oils as the Aztecs were well known for their plant remedies and the Spanish were amazed at the wealth of medicinal plants found in Montezuma's botanical gardens.The North American Indians also used aromatic oils and produced their own herbal remedies.It wasn't until the 19th century that scientists in Europe and Great Britain began researching the effects of essential oils on bacteria in humans.A French chemist , Rene Maurice Gattefosse, began his research into the healing powers of essential oils after burning his hand in his laboratory and immersing in it in lavender oil and being impressed by how quickly the burn healed. In 1937 he published a book about the anti -microbial effects of the oils and coined the word Aromatherapy. He went on to set up a business producing oils for use in fragrances and cosmetics. Around the same time another Frenchman, Albert Couvreur, published a book on the medicinal uses of essential oils.A French medical doctor , Jean Valnet, discovered Gattefosse's research and began experimenting with essential oils. Around the same time, Margaret Maury, a French biochemist developed a unique method of applying these oils to the skin with massage. Micheline Arcier, now living in London, studied and worked with Maury and Valnet and their combined techniques created a form of Aromatherapy now used all over the world.

Saturday, 19 July 2008

Home Natural Remedy Tips

Acne or pimples are caused by hormonal changes, wrong food habits and improper skin care.Acne remedy, remedies given below are based on herbs and natural ingredients that treat your acne like magic and help improve the skin disorders.
1.Grind nutmeg with unboiled milk and apply on affected area. This works as a magic. Pimples should disappear without leaving a mark.
2.Make a paste by mixing 3 tablespoons of honey and 1 teaspoon of cinnamon powder. Apply this paste on the pimples before sleeping and wash it next morning with warm water. Repeat for two weeks, pimples will disappear forever.
3.Apply a mixture of 1 teaspoon lemon juice and 1 teaspoon cinnamon powder.
4.Make orange peel paste by grinding it in some water. Apply on and around pimples.
5.Rub fresh garlic on and around pimples. Pimples will disappear without a mark with regular applications.
6.Mix 1 tablespoon groundnut oil with 1 tablespoon fresh lime juice to prevent formation of blackheads and pimples .
7.Apply fresh mint juice over the face every night for the treatment of pimples, insect stings, eczema, scabies, & other skin infections.
8.Apply a paste of fresh fenugreek leaves over the face every night for 10-15 minutes and washed with warm water. This will prevent pimples, blackheads, and wrinkles.
9.Apply juice of raw papaya (including the skin and seed) on swelling pimples.
10.Apply fresh lime juice mixed to a glass of boiled milk as a face wash for pimples.
11.Mix lime juice and rose water in equal portions. Apply on affected area. Wash it off after 20-30 minutes with lukewarm water.
12.Apply ripe tomatoes pulp on pimples and kept up to 1 hour, then wash.

Tuesday, 15 July 2008

Natural Herbal Guava Leaf Cure Diarrhea

Guava ( Psidium guava) its also called also “jambu klutuk” ( Malay) comes from America Tropics. This herbal grows at friable soil, ground and also on open place that contains quite a lot of water.
Guava leaf taste is sweet, in character of neutral, having special quality astringent, anti diarrhea, anti inflammatory, hemorrhage stopper, and menstruation regulator. The fruit having special quality as antioxidant because of high beta carotene content and high dose of vitamin C which can increase body immunity .
Part of this plant applied as component of drug is leaf, fruit, stick and root. Guava leaf applicable to be an herbal remedy of acute and chronic diarrhea, dysentery, flatulent stomach at baby and child.
Natural herbal remedy ingredient formulas for diarrhea applies fresh guava leaf material 30 grams
fistful of fried rice powder and braises in two glasses of water until boiling ( during 15 minutes) . After chilling, filters and drink the water that it’s filtered.
Do it 2-3 times each day.
Or applies ingredient by cleaning 30 grams of fresh guava leaf , then boxed until smooth ,add salt sufficiently and half glass of hot water, then swirled until flattening. After chilling, extorts and filters. Drinks the filtered water is at the same time. If diarrhea patient still sick, repeats this therapy 2-3 times one day.

Monday, 14 July 2008

Traditional Chinese Medicine Throat Cancer

No medicine cures all cancer. But the best selected brings the best results. Here, you will find the best selected herbal solutions from Traditonal Chinese Medicine (TCM).

TCM, as the most popular alternative cancer treatment, has being prospered for thousands of years for its effectiveness and safety. Though neither has it been understood by mordern science nor can it boast cure for each cancer, TCM...
• has stood 5,000 years
• unlike the chemos, it kills the "bad" without harming the "good"
• treats the body as a whole, empowering itself to fight the evil
• natural care, better living
Foyo Herb, with its vastly renowned herbal specialists, aims to well educate you with this cancer therapy and to offer you the easiest way to get its most wonderful anti-cancer
drugs directly from China. To ensure their healing effects, the drugs selected here follow the selection criterions below:
• approved by Chinese Drug Administration Bureau as drug
• highly effective, total effective rate being 70% above.
• no toxicity, no side effect, can be used in a long term
• not too expensive, under an affordable price
We have reasons to believe that, with the sound establishment we have built in domestic market, we can be a great help in your battle with cancer to extend life expectancy, promote life quality and lower the chance of recurrence. Click one of the specific cancer on the right to begin.

Saturday, 12 July 2008

Search Herbal Remedy Interested People

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Friday, 4 July 2008

Categorizing Chinese herbs

Chinese physicians used several different methods to classify traditional Chinese herbs:
The Four Natures

The Five Tastes
The earlier (Han through Tang eras) Ben Cao (Materia Medicae) began with a three-level categorization:
Low level -- drastic acting, toxic substances; Middle level -- medicinal physiological effects; High level -- health and spirit enhancement
During the neo-Confucian Song-Jin-Yuan era (10th to 12th Centuries), the theoretical framework from acupuncture theory (which was rooted in Confucian Han theory) was formally applied to herbal categorization (which was earlier more the domain of Daoist natural science). In particular, alignment with the Five Phases (Tastes) and the 12 channels (Meridians theory) came to be used after this period.

The Four Natures
This pertains to the degree of yin and yang, ranging from cold (extreme yin), cool, neutral to warm and hot (extreme yang). The patient's internal balance of yin and yang is taken into account when the herbs are selected. For example, medicinal herbs of "hot", yang nature are used when the person is suffering from internal cold that requires to be purged, or when the patient has a general cold constituency. Sometimes an ingredient is added to offset the extreme effect of one herb.

The Five Tastes
The five tastes are pungent, sweet, sour, bitter and salty, each of which their functions and characteristics. For example, pungent herbs are used to generate sweat and to direct and vitalize qi and the blood. Sweet-tasting herbs often tonify or harmonize bodily systems. Some sweet-tasting herbs also exhibit a bland taste, which helps drain dampness through diuresis. Sour taste most often is astringent or consolidates, while bitter taste dispels heat, purges the bowels and get rid of dampness by drying them out. Salty tastes soften hard masses as well as purge and open the bowels.

The Meridians
The Meridians refer to which organs the herb acts upon. For example, menthol is pungent, cool and is linked with the lungs and the liver. Since the lungs is the organ which protects the body from invasion from cold and influenza, menthol can help purge coldness in the lungs and invading heat toxins caused by hot "wind."

Wednesday, 2 July 2008

Myocarditis, viral

DESCRIPTION Inflammatory disease of the myocardium caused by a virus. There are more than 20 viruses implicated in viral myocarditis. Myocarditis typically occurs several weeks after an acute systemic infection, suggesting an associated immunological component. The most frequent cause of viral myocarditis is Coxsackie B virus, which is estimated to be the causative agent in more than 50% of cases. The agent is particularly virulent in children. It may cause concurrent pericarditis.
Other causative agents are: Coxsackie A, cytomegalovirus, dengue virus, hepatitis virus, acquired immunodeficiency (AIDS) virus, influenza virus, poliomyelitis, respiratory syncytial virus, rubella, rubeola, varicella, variola and vaccinia. Myocardial involvement is subclinical in many acute viral diseases. Consequently, the chest X-ray is usually normal. In severe myocarditis, there is cardiomegaly and pulmonary venous hypertension or oedema.
Echocardiography may disclose increase of left ventricular volumes, regional or global hypokinesis and mural thrombus. Nuclear scans after gallium 67, indium 111 antimyosin antibody, or technetium 99m pyrophosphate may indicate inflammatory or necrotic foci in the myocardium. Spin echo MRI after gadolinium chelates has also shown focal hyperenhancement of the myocardium. Endomyocardial biopsy is sometimes used to confirm myocarditis.
Myocarditis generally results in a decrease in myocardial function, with concomitant enlargement of the heart and an increase in the end-diastolic volume caused by increased preload. Normally, the heart compensates for dilation with an increase in contractility (Starling law), but because of inflammation and muscle damage, a heart affected with myocarditis is unable to respond to the increase in volume. In addition, inflammatory mediators, such as cytokines and adhesion molecules, as well as apoptotic mechanisms are activated. The progressive increase in left ventricular end-diastolic volume increases left atrial, pulmonary venous, and arterial pressures, resulting in increasing hydrostatic forces. These increased forces lead to both pulmonary edema and congestive heart failure. Without treatment, this process may progress to end-stage cardiac failure and death.


• Inflammation - heart muscle
• Cardiomyopathy; VM

• Fever
• Cough
• Nausea
• Vomiting
• Myalgia
• Arthralgia
• Palpitation
• Heart failure (in severe cases)

Tuesday, 1 July 2008

History of Chinese herbology

Chinese herbs have been used for centuries. The first herbalist in Chinese tradition is Shennong, a mythical personage, who is said to have tasted hundreds of herbs and imparted his knowledge of medicinal and poisonous plants to the agricultural people. The first Chinese manual on pharmacology, the Shennong Bencao Jing (Shennong Emperor's Classic of Materia Medica), lists some 365 medicines of which 252 of them are herbs, and dates back somewhere in the 1st century C.E. Han dynasty. Earlier literature included lists of prescriptions for specific ailments, exemplified by a manuscript "Recipes for 52 Ailments", found in the Mawangdui tomb, sealed in 168 B.C.E.
Succeeding generations augmented on this work, as in the Yaoxing Lun (also spelled Yao Xing Lun; literally "Treatise on the Nature of Medicinal Herbs"), a 7th century Tang Dynasty Chinese treatise on herbal medicine.
Arguably the most important of these was the Compendium of Materia Medica (Bencao Gangmu) compiled during the Ming dynasty by Li Shizhen, which is still used today for consultation and reference.
The history of this literature is presented in Paul U. Unschuld's "Medicine in China: a History of Pharmaceutics"; Univ. of Calif. Press, 1986.


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