Herbal Medicine For Beginners - A Beginner’s Guide for Using Herbal Medicine for Curing, Healing and Health
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Herbal medicine is nothing new. In fact, through the years, it had remained strong and garnered a huge following throughout world. This popularity is attributed to the fact that unlike conventional drugs, herbal medicine does not undergo extensive processing. As you might already know, synthetically- or chemically-made products, like over-the-counter pharmaceuticals, aren't just less effective. They also come with all sorts of dangers. Of course, there are those who still insist the herbal medicine is synonymous with quackery. Despite such claims, it cannot be denied that herbs have played a major role in the development of more than half of the drugs available today. The same active ingredients in conventional drugs are abundantly available in the formulated herbal medicines. Perhaps the only difference is that while over-the-counter drugs use only one active ingredient, herbal medicines contain complex combinations of ingredients in the purest forms. Herbalists are not trained chemists and have no access to machines. What they have is knowledge built through trial and error or in other words, experimentation.

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Date de parution 01 novembre 2018
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EAN13 9781641936798
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Herbal Medicine For Beginners

A Beginner’s Guide for Using Herbal Medicine for Curing, Healing and Health
Table of Contents
Title Page
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Introduction
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Conclusion
Herbal Remedies Cure
Introduction
Chapter 1 - Herb Gardening
Chapter 2 - Using Herbs as Medicine
Chapter 3 - Solutions for Common Problems
Conclusion
BONUS BOOK 2:
Introduction
Chapter 1: Understanding Coconut Oil
Chapter 2: The Benefits of Coconut Oil to Health
Chapter 3: The Benefits Of Coconut Oil To Beauty
Chapter 4: The Benefits of Coconut Oil to Homes
Chapter 5: Ways to Add Coconut Oil to the Diet
Conclusion
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Introduction

Herbal medicine is nothing new. In fact, through the years, it had remained strong and garnered a huge following throughout world. This popularity is attributed to the fact that unlike conventional drugs, herbal medicine does not undergo extensive processing. As you might already know, synthetically- or chemically-made products, like over-the-counter pharmaceuticals, aren’t just less effective. They also come with all sorts of dangers. Of course, there are those who still insist the herbal medicine is synonymous with quackery.
Despite such claims, it cannot be denied that herbs have played a major role in the development of more than half of the drugs available today. The same active ingredients in conventional drugs are abundantly available in the formulated herbal medicines. Perhaps the only difference is that while over-the-counter drugs use only one active ingredient, herbal medicines contain complex combinations of ingredients in the purest forms. Herbalists are not trained chemists and have no access to machines. What they have is knowledge built through trial and error or in other words, experimentation.
Sumerians were probably the ones who first used herbal medicine (about 5,000 years ago). They wrote down lists of plants and prescriptions on tablets made of clay. At about the same time, China was also practicing the use of herbs for medicinal purposes. Huandi Neijing is an ancient Chinese text that is a fundamental doctrinal source of Chinese medicine, containing over a hundred herbs used according to their properties. The earliest Greek herbals were used by Diocles of Carystus during the 3 rd century B.C and of Krateuas during the 1 st century B.C. Other Greek herbal cures were said to have been adapted from Chinese herbal medicine.
For a long time, herbalism was associated with witchcraft and superstition but these days, people are able to differentiate between superstition and science. Phytotherapy, herbology and herbalism are the different terms used to refer to the utilization of herbal plants for their medicinal properties. Interestingly, plants undergo very little processing to preserve their healing abilities and effectiveness.

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