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Herbal Remedies Research

Updated on February 10, 2018

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Herbal Remedies

Are Herbal remedies a thing of the past?

With all the changes in today’s society, herbal remedies are becoming more popular.

Everyday, more people are inquiring about herbal remedies, with many saying that these “old school” methods and are becoming instinct. Some say the big companies are trying to keep it that way, but with the advances of today’s modern medicine, the balance of that statement could be weighed either way.

Herbal remedies have been around centuries before our today’s modern medicine. Today some of those remedies are still being used.


Garlic has many uses for cooking, but some still use it to kill bacteria, parasites and tapeworms that are inside our bodies, or pets. By eating it, garlic can also be used as a fly repellent. In small amounts (cooked within daily meals) and eating lots of home made bread, allowing the combination of the garlic and yeast to sweat out the pores in your skin, will keep the flies away.( Popular trick for woodsmen.)

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Medical Cannabis or Medical Marijuana

Sometimes in medical situations with cancer patients, cannabis may be used when the patient is suffering from nausea.

Herbal Remedies, are Becoming a Popular Topic.

Herbal Remedies becoming a popular topic and many are gaining interest in the topic.

Ginkgo, often used by the elderly, used to improve memory and attention function in people with Alzheimer’s and dementia. It can also improve the blood flow in people with peripheral vascular disease, tinnitus, or memory impairment.

Many herbal remedies are in use today. Flax-seed, Ginger, Kava Kava, Feverfew, St John’s Wart, Alfalfa, Willow, Hops, Green Tea, Wheat Grass……are just some of the many. Read more on these.

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Many Authors Write and Sell Books on Herbal Remedies.

There are many books for sale that the topic spans widely. Hope this was helpful.

..........................................Thanks for reading…………………………………Phil.


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    • Phil Dapple profile imageAUTHOR

      Phil Dapple 

      7 years ago from Ontario,Canada

      Ok, I'll have a look...

    • lifedancer profile image


      7 years ago from California

      See the article I wrote for more info on that and more on Science Daily web site.

    • Phil Dapple profile imageAUTHOR

      Phil Dapple 

      7 years ago from Ontario,Canada

      Thanks For your comment lifedancer. I believe that there are many herbs that are not being used for the right reasons. Mabye the real cures are all natural. (and all around us)

    • lifedancer profile image


      7 years ago from California

      Check the Science Daily web site on this topic and specific herbs. Scientists are testing herbs for their active chemicals looking for possible medicinal uses.


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