Constipation is so common among us, that the image of someone sitting on the toilet, reading a book, requires no explanation. Whenever our elimination processes require hours, and even days of excessive effort, with minimal returns, we are officially constipated! A natural, healing pathway does exist for us to experience relief and regularity.
It is just not normal to persistently feel stomach cramps, gas, bloating and other similar discomforts. It is crucial to subdue stomach pains and discomforts; not just with the “temporary relief” of harmful over-the-counter and prescription drugs, but true, lasting relief. Working within the natural rhythms of our bodies brings such a relief. Here are some Natural Digestion Remedies.
With all of the published studies out there, it can be confusing as to how I came to this conclusion. After all, the Wrigley Science Institute claims that chewing gum can relieve stress, while a UT Southwestern oral surgeon claims that constant chewing can lead to TMJ and muscle spasms and pain.
The tea used for yak butter tea most probably comes from the mountains just west of Yunnan and Sichuan. What I have seen is a dark, formidable leaf with an intense flavor bordering on bitterness and smoke. Every Tibetan I have ever met, drinks it continuously and urges onto everyone whom he might meet.
The good thing about tea – especially a hearty green tea – is that it provides a healthy and stable base for different potions that help to ease different ills. The best tea to use as a base for tonics is definitely a mid grade green, like a Maofeng. I will write here about some healthy green blends that are popular in China.
Today just feels like the day that I needed to share this with you. This is autism — according to my experience and research. My beautiful son is recovering wonderfully from this disorder, and I am happy to share how we did it with anyone who needs help.
The majority of the English-speaking world is missing out on this powerful medicine! Black cumin, from the plant Nigella sativa, is just starting to make the rounds in the Western world, but this potent healer has been well-known and respected as an all-around remedy in African and Islamic countries for millennia.
Normally when someone says ginger, I think about that chewy candy I can’t get enough of or my favorite way to spice up a stir-fry. But recently, I’ve learned about the unique Thai massage therapy techniques that use ginger, specifically cassumunar ginger, to relieve deep-seated muscle and joint tension.
I must say I was very proud of the little Kuding leaf and glad that my friends could appreciate it as much as I do. Kuding tea (bitter tea) is grown all over China, in two distinct varieties. The Sichuan variety, which I know very well, is called Qing Shan Lui Shui (Jade Mountain Green Water) and the Hainan variety is just straight Kuding (bitter nail).
Today, antibiotics are prescribed for all infections indiscriminately and as a result of this, there is increased microbial resistance, the evolution of super-bugs like the MRSA’s, the ESBL organisms, the resurgence of fatal viral infection and fungal diseases, and a population that is grossly immunologically compromised. So, we’d like to recommend some natural alternatives to antibiotics.