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MAIDENHAIR TREE (GINKGO BILOBA) – EYESIGHT

A nursery-school teacher recently told me that her eyesight had deteriorated so that she could no longer read even when wearing her glasses. Several months earlier she had started taking Ginkgo biloba regularly, about thirty drops every morning and night. When she tried her old pair of glasses again she was amazed that her sight […]

HOW A GOOD HERBAL REMEDY IS DEVELOPED – COMBINING REMEDIES (CONCLUSION)

To combine just any kind of herb or extract with another, hoping that eventually one may be lucky and suddenly invent something outstanding, is clearly the wrong thing to do. There are certain herbs and other natural remedies which, when combined, tend to harm rather than benefit the system. To ascertain the overall effects and […]

THE SKIN – WHEN THE FUNCTIONS OF THE SKIN ARE IMPAIRED (INTRODUCTION)

It is understandable that the indigenous peoples of, for example, Africa, South America and the South Sea islands enjoy a better skin function than people who have to wear thick clothing all the time; the native people in hot climates often walk around wearing very little clothing, if any, and their bodies are in constant […]

NATURE DOCTOR – LOSS OF IMMUNITY

We are no longer absolutely in the dark when it comes to treating cancer. There are some biological means that help to normalise the body’s weakened defence system without causing undesirable side effects. It is now understood that cancer, the disease, is not restricted to a tumour, that is, a localised problem; rather, it is […]

ARTHRITIS AND GOUT – KNOWN CAUSES (AVITAMINOSIS AND METABOLIC DISORDERS)

Avitaminosis, as well as a deficiency of other vital substances, seem to be strongly implicated in the development of cancer, but research in this area is still inconclusive. Metabolic disorders, for example chronic constipation and constant fermentations in the intestines as a result of dysbac-teria, are also very damaging. Lack of oxygen plays a decisive […]