As modern medicines get more expensive, doctor or clinic costs climb, and medical insurance companies become more selective about the costs they will pay; and under what conditions...
it is only normal to turn to age old remedies forgotten or scorned by modern medicine.
Finding natural cures that work is not too difficult today, thanks to computers and the internet.
I have to smile a little when I think about the fact that we are using the most modern of tools to rediscover the some of the most ancient.
Did you know that the most common of all pain relievers; aspirin; has been used for centuries? Of course, it was not called "aspirin" and the people who prescribed it and used it certainly did not know the molecular structure of the drug, but what they did know was that they could boil in water the bark of the willow tree and drink it as a tea, for almost instant pain relief.
Of course, medical science scoffed at the idea that willow bark tea could actually relieve pain...
until it was analyzed and found to contain salicylic acid, the basis of aspirin! Finding natural cures that work should be of interest to anyone afflicted by any adverse physical or mental condition, as these natural cures are real, they are available and they work.
Quite often they will work as well as the "modern" cures, and quite often when used in conjunction with modern treatments, they will provide greater relief that the modern cure alone.
When I was young, I suffered from Rheumatic fever, and my weekly blood tests indicated that the conventional treatments were not working well.
I became interested in finding natural cures that work to treat my condition, and it was then that an elderly lady told me about the restorative powers of the herb ginseng.
I started taking it daily, and to the astonishment of my doctor, within two weeks, my blood tests were coming back normal.
I have believed in finding natural cures that work ever since.
Many debilitating conditions can be effectively treated with age old natural cures...
known to and used by people for centuries, but largely forgotten today.
Ailments such as diabetes and asthma respond well to these cures, as do other conditions such as insomnia and panic disorders.
The same can be said for heartburn, chronic indigestion and acid reflux.
Naturally, we should not turn our backs on modern medicine; and we most certainly should not ignore the advice of our doctors, but we should look into finding natural cures that work for whatever conditions we suffer from, so as to be more completely cured, or to at least augment the benefits of modern medicine.
Our ancestors were wise and observant, and they knew of many different and natural ways to treat different conditions.
Using our modern tools, we can relearn much of what they knew, and use that knowledge to improve the quality of our own lives.
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