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Expectorant/Coughing

EXPECTORANT/COUGHING A cough is a reflex action and may be in response to an irritation and not necessarily the start of a disease. However, a cough is often the first, and most common, symptom of respiratory ailments. Changes in temperature (during the night or early hours of the morning) can cause coughing bouts to increase, which may be short and painful or loose, producing phlegm and mucus. Coughs are often irritated by allergens which are mostly wheat and/or dairy, but if there is any evidence of blood in the sputum or a persistent cough, it should be investigated immediately. Respiratory...

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Eczema/Psoriasis

ECZEMA/PSORIASIS ECZEMA (Dermatitis) Eczema is an allergic reaction in the skin, producing inflammation and resulting in red, itchy patches or a rash. Eczema is often a very uncomfortable condition, as the skin may become dry and scaly, or blisters may develop which burst and bleed or ooze fluid. Contact dermatitis occurs when the skin reacts to a substance with which it is in contact: for example, perfumes, cosmetics, rubber, metal, plants, animals, etc. Atopic dermatitis may be triggered by food allergies and stress or tension. Sometimes eczema can be seen as an attempt by the body to throw off accumulated...

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Diuretic (Fluid Retention)

DIURETIC (fluid retention) A diuretic increases the flow of urine, and is used to treat conditions where water is retained in the body. Edema is swelling of the body tissues caused by fluid retention and may be generalized over the whole body or affect only local areas—usually the ankles or belly. The following may be a few causes of edema: Sluggish circulation due to heart inefficiency. Blockages in veins. Damage to capillary blood vessels (bruising or scalding). Fluid not being efficiently excreted by the kidneys. Too much salt retained in the body. Malnutrition.   It is advisable to eliminate salt...

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Detoxification and Slimming

DETOXIFICATION AND SLIMMING One of the primary functions of the body is to eliminate toxins as quickly as possible. Through the colon undigested food, along with many dead cells and their toxins, are eliminated. The respiratory system’s main function is to exchange carbon dioxide for oxygen. The skin, apart from its protective function, is also active in the elimination process. The kidneys filter 180 liters of fluid from the blood before discarding 1-1.5 liters of urine per day (varies from person to person).   If toxins are not eliminated and are allowed to store in the body (tissue and joints,...

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Circulation

CIRCULATION (poor) The circulatory system is the means by which the essential nutrients from the food we eat and the oxygen from the air we breathe is transported to every cell in the body, and waste products and toxins are removed. Arteries carry the blood away from the heart, and veins return it to the heart.   Disorders of the circulatory system include hyper- and hypotension, escalated levels of cholesterol, and varicose veins. Heart diseases are also associated with this system. Nutrition, exercise, and a healthy lifestyle are essential in the maintenance of a strong circulatory system. Excessive consumption of...

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