Friday, 23 June 2017

SOME AILMENTS AND THEIR HERBAL CURE



                                                      
                                                      

         Alternative forms of medicine are also thriving in wealthy countries. Among the most popular types of alternative treatment are acupuncture, chiropractic, homeopathy, naturopathy, and herbal medicine. Some of these practices have been scientifically studied and proved beneficial for certain a condition, the effectiveness of certain methods, however, has not been adequately established.


         The increased popularity of alternative types of medicine has raised some safety concerns. In many countries such healing therapies are not regulated. This provides an environment where harmful self-medication, counterfeit products, and quackery can thrive. Although being well-intentioned, friends and relatives lacking sufficient training often become self-appointed practitioners. All of this has resulted in adverse reactions and other health hazards.

      In several countries where regulations are in place, alternative forms of therapies are gaining acceptance in the conventional medical community and are offered by medical doctors. Still, there seems to be no valid claim that these methods will ever bring about a world without sickness.
CATARACT; 

Aloe Vera juices improve vision and help in the elimination of cataracts. Apply the juice directly in your eye until your condition improves. You will obtain excellent recuperative results in a short period of time.


 CHILDREN CONVULSION;

 Mix grinded onions, ginger and garlic with palm oil. Give the child to drink for immediate stop.


 CIRCULATORY SYSTEM [STIMULATION];

 A well stimulated circulatory system enhances normal flow of blood. This ensures adequate supply of oxygen to the muscles. Transport and storage of digested food which subsequently ensures good health. Drink an infusion of grinded ginger.

 COLD AND FEVER;

 Collect a pot full of lemon grass and boil. Adult; 1 glass cup twice, children; ¼ of glass twice a day.

 COMPONENTS OF HONEY;

 Various researches conducted by modern doctors discovered that honey contain them following ingredients; MINERAL; copper, manganese, zinc, chromium, nickel, iodine, phosphorus, silver, magnesium, iron, calcium, potassium and sodium.
                              

                          
 CONJUNCTIVITIS [APOLLO];

Apply your urine directly on your eyes 6 times daily for one week. Do not be surprised if it goes the very first day. Urine cures sore eyes, clears and strengthens the sight.



USE MEDICINAL DRUGS WISELY



                                 


When your doctor prescribes medicinal drugs, he no doubt does so with good intentions, basing his prescription on his diagnosis, medical knowledge, and experience.

Nevertheless, the patient should not expect his doctor to accept total accountability for his wellbeing. The patient remains responsible for what he takes into his body.

When taking prescription medicines, consider the following practical guidelines from a medical doctor:

[1] All drugs have side effects. You have a right to know what medication is being prescribed and what its possible side effects are. If your doctor does not provide the information, do not hesitate to ask. In most cases the benefits will outweigh the side effects.
But you need to be informed so that you can make an intelligent decision.

[2] Drugs effect each individual differently, your doctor cannot predict exactly how a given drug will affect you. If you become alarmed by unexpected side effects, consult your doctor

[3] Find out how long you will need to take the medication. Also determine if it is potentially addictive.

[4] Beware of deciding to stop taking medication on your own, perhaps because you are feeling better. Coming off medication too soon may exacerbate your condition. Rather, consult your doctor first.

[5] Always take prescription medication under a doctor’s supervision.  

THE REAL MEANING OF CIVILIZATION



                                 

                                                    
Civilization is basically a mental state; not just infrastructural exhibitions, designs, and provisions. This fact is best illustrated by Ralph Waldo Emerson, when in his work Society and Solitude he charged: “The true test of civilization is not the census, nor the size of cities, nor the crops –no, but the kind of man the country turns out.
 

When we talk about civilization and the modern man, we should talk of what kind of people we are, not what kind of inventions and discoveries we have made. When we try to characterize or assess a civilized man, we should question: Is he humane, kind, and passionate? Is he gentle, intelligent, generous, and creative?
Is he internationalist, color-blind, and philanthropic? Is he peace-loving, philosophical, and humble? Is he mystically inclined, curiously exploring the potentialities of the inner self that could be developed and used for the benefit of society?
Is he an adept in his profession? Is he a Universalist committed to a worldly religion and philosophy as opposed to a fanatic proselytizing for a sectarian fundamentalist movement that espouses an extreme concept of God?
Show me a person or society with these positive qualities, and I will you a civilized individual or community. In fact, a nation, society, race, community, organization, class, or individual with these qualities is indeed civilized.
The fundamental issue now is where on earth can one find such individuals or groups with these remarkable qualifications? That is why when we call an individual or a society civilized; we need to be careful in our definition. The concept is so highly abstract that we must specify in what aspect we express or define it when we use it to evaluate individuals or group.
I have come across some civilized beings and organizations, but they are few. Civilization is a model and goal, and modern man, despite all obstacles, is striving to attain it.    

THE POWER IN WORDS



                           THE POWER OF THE SPOKEN WORD


Science has shown that sound travels from a point of emanation through the air at an astounding 331 meters per second, acting upon the molecular structures within the atmosphere and altering their vibrational rates in a wavelike pattern; after which they are received by the auditory organs of an individual and are interpreted by the conscious mind. That certainly is quite an achievement!


But spoken words which are carried as sound waves to another individual possess a more awesome power. Once they are interpreted by the mind of the recipient –far faster than the speed of sound –those words are sent to the heart and to the soul. And what power those words can have!

Words can soothe a troubled mind. They can offer guidance and enlightenment; share ideas and knowledge; exhilarate and uplift.
On the other hand, words can cause confusion and discord. They can weaken self-esteem, degrade and destabilize the inner self. Words can sometimes hurt. In short, words which are consciously spoken can create either a positive or negative polarity, not only within others, but within us as well.

We know how our intoned vowel sounds set up vibratory rates which affect the psychic centers of the body. We are also aware of the manner in which the issuance of those vowel sounds activates associated glands into performing their work of creating perfect harmony within the physical being. When we practice the vowel sounds in convocation or in the privacy of our own sanctums, we are cognizant not only of how the atmosphere becomes charged with positive energy, but we also experience a sense of inner peace which pervades our physical, mental, and spiritual selves as our bodies acclimate to a rhythmic metabolism. The total self experiences sublime attunement. The self is at ease; the self is uplifted.

It is good to work with the self, to energize the self, to think of the self. But what of others? When we leave our sanctums to engage in our daily activities and carry on conversations with others, how often do the words we speak produce as soothing and uplifting an effect upon others as our vowel sounds do upon our inner selves.

The soul within all of us, that shining light of our vital force, is perfection. When we speak to that other soul personality, do our words enhance that person’s inner light, or do they attempt to extinguish it? Do we recognize that perfection in all beings and in ourselves, or do we harbor thoughts and generate words which try an individual, thereby upsetting balance and perfect order and fostering a negative polarity?

The words we speak carry a vibration far more powerful than we realize, for they plant images in the mind: ideas or thought forms which generate action and affect growth. Since we all strive for a positive existence of inner and outer peace, words of a positive manner would most certainly generate such attributes as self-confidence, peace of mind, total harmonium and balance in all aspects of one’s being.
A positive polarity would then be established not only within others, but within ourselves and within the cosmic.

THE POWER OF THE SPOKEN WORD



                          


Science has shown that sound travels from a point of emanation through the air at an astounding 331 meters per second, acting upon the molecular structures within the atmosphere and altering their vibrational rates in a wavelike pattern; after which they are received by the auditory organs of an individual and are interpreted by the conscious mind. That certainly is quite an achievement!


But spoken words which are carried as sound waves to another individual possess a more awesome power. Once they are interpreted by the mind of the recipient –far faster than the speed of sound –those words are sent to the heart and to the soul. And what power those words can have!

Words can soothe a troubled mind. They can offer guidance and enlightenment; share ideas and knowledge; exhilarate and uplift.
On the other hand, words can cause confusion and discord. They can weaken self-esteem, degrade and destabilize the inner self. Words can sometimes hurt. In short, words which are consciously spoken can create either a positive or negative polarity, not only within others, but within us as well.

We know how our intoned vowel sounds set up vibratory rates which affect the psychic centers of the body. We are also aware of the manner in which the issuance of those vowel sounds activates associated glands into performing their work of creating perfect harmony within the physical being. When we practice the vowel sounds in convocation or in the privacy of our own sanctums, we are cognizant not only of how the atmosphere becomes charged with positive energy, but we also experience a sense of inner peace which pervades our physical, mental, and spiritual selves as our bodies acclimate to a rhythmic metabolism. The total self experiences sublime attunement. The self is at ease; the self is uplifted.

It is good to work with the self, to energize the self, to think of the self. But what of others? When we leave our sanctums to engage in our daily activities and carry on conversations with others, how often do the words we speak produce as soothing and uplifting an effect upon others as our vowel sounds do upon our inner selves.

The soul within all of us, that shining light of our vital force, is perfection. When we speak to that other soul personality, do our words enhance that person’s inner light, or do they attempt to extinguish it? Do we recognize that perfection in all beings and in ourselves, or do we harbor thoughts and generate words which try an individual, thereby upsetting balance and perfect order and fostering a negative polarity?

The words we speak carry a vibration far more powerful than we realize, for they plant images in the mind: ideas or thought forms which generate action and affect growth. Since we all strive for a positive existence of inner and outer peace, words of a positive manner would most certainly generate such attributes as self-confidence, peace of mind, total harmonium and balance in all aspects of one’s being.
A positive polarity would then be established not only within others, but within ourselves and within the cosmic.

SOME AILMENTS AND THEIR HERBAL CURE

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