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…possible to find a number of different tablets, tinctures and even teas that are prepared from the root of the Codonopsis plant. This herbal ingredient is still being used as a treatment for peptic ulcers, GI complaints, asthma and other respiratory ailments. The root of the Codonopsis plant has been found to play a valuable role in the maintenance of person’s healthy red blood cells. Use of this herbal compound has also been proven to promote a…

…dried. They can be boiled and drank as a tea to treat [[Allergies]], [[Colds]], asthma and even tuberculosis. Traditionally the leaves of the Yerba Santa were either smoked or chewed on in an attempt to alleviate the symptoms of coughs, colds, headaches, stomachaches and asthma. Yerba Santa leaf can be used to treat the following ailments: • Allergies • Hay Fever • Asthma • Colds • Bronchitis • Laryngitis • Respiratory ailments • As a stimulating…

…blue 1 food dye are considered safe to use and are also safe to be consumed. If you have asthma, it is very important to consider staying on the safe side. Choose products and food that have natural coloring and stay away from food coloring that may induce an asthma attack. It is also best to consult an allergologist regarding the possibility of an asthma attack with food and personal care products with blue 1 food dye. Blue 1 food dye has been…

…relevant research available and published a report on the effectiveness of the Grindelia flower in the treatment of bronchial asthma. The research was presented to the American Pharmaceutical Association in 1875 and since then, the Grindelia flower has been seen as a possible treatment in the management of asthma and many other respiratory illnesses. The Grindelia flower was used in ancient times to relieve respiratory illnesses by expectorating…

…Chemicals and compounds used to add fragrance in cosmetics and food may cause an allergic reaction. Some inhaled fragrances may cause asthma and induce eczema symptoms in some people. Initial signs of an allergic reaction would be sneezing, skin itching and wheezing in individuals with asthma. If you have asthma and eczema, it is best to limit contact with products that have compounds that improve smell. Ask your doctor regarding the best skin…

…several issues. Vertigo, diarrhea and stomach deficiency are some of these. It is taken orally and it is used also to treat the symptoms of flu, [[Fatigue]], malaria, epilepsy, [[Depression]], anorexia, muscle cramps, asthma and as a liver tonic. In China it is usually combined with other ingredients to produce a better effect of the herb. It is first mentioned in a text dating to the 1st century BC as a balancing or harmony herb for different…

…wind and distension. Meadowsweet Herb is not advisable for people who are allergic to aspirin as it contains some amount of salicylic. Similarly, it is not advisable for children below sixteen years old suffering from high fevers in order to avoid the risk of Reyes syndrome. Meadowsweet Herb is also not good for people with Asthma as it may induce the symptoms of asthma. [http://www.naturalwellbeing.com/products/head-aid-gold Head-Aid Gold]

…diarrhea and even constipation. Tea is also beneficial to stimulate the palate to improve appetite. Teas made from Carmellia sinensis are also used to invigorate the immune system and to improve respiratory conditions like asthma and dry hacking cough. Traditional Chinese medicine practitioners advice drinking Carmellia sinensis teas to treat angina pectoris, peripheral vascular diseases and coronary artery diseases. Carmellia sinensis, in the…

…an active ingredient to treat skin conditions in infants and young children, consult a dermatologist first before use. Never forgo a dermatologist consultation especially if you have a history of skin allergies, eczema, asthma or hay fever. Always follow your doctor’s skin care regimen for any skin condition. Products with Cocoamphocarboxyglycinate may be used even by people with extra sensitive skin but care should be taken so as not to use…

…prevent possible miscarriage. The bark is an astringent, antispasmodic, and works as a sedative in the uterus. It also works as a muscle relaxant. Cramp bark is appropriate when used as combination in the treatment of asthma and tension. Cramp bark eases uterine cramps. It is most considered as a potent uterine antispasmodic because of its antispasmodic constituent scopoletin contents. It works very well in the treatment of menstrual cramps.…

…you are allergic to some other plant from the same family, such as the ragweed plant then there are chances for you to develop some adverse reactions while using Echinacea Angustifolia root. Other such conditions could be asthma and atopic allergies which might cause you to have an allergic reaction while using Echinacea Angustifolia root. Other affects could be autoimmune disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis and multiple sclerosis. Hence the…

…discoveries of the beneficial effects of Echinacea Purpurea are stifling allergic reactions, fighting off colds and the flu, acting as an antiviral, killing off fever blisters, treating the symptoms of HIV/AIDS, helping with asthma and speeding up the overall healing process. If taken during the first signs of illness, Echinacea Purpurea can provide relief almost instantly and quick recovery is almost gauranteed. Since Echinacea Purpurea is an…

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