Most disease and illness is preventable and curable using natural substances.
It’s been said that every ailment we face as human beings can be remedied with something in nature. Sometimes it may be bark, leaves, or flowers. Other times it may be an herb, root, or fungi.
This publication is a compilation of tried and true remedies that have been handed down through the ages. As many people are trying to get back to nature and use more raw materials instead of processed poisons, this guide may help
you with a cure or remedy for something that ails you.
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What the world needs now is love, sweet love.
Burt Bacharach and Hal David
Herbs, oils, and other aphrodisiacs have been used in all cultures around the world to stimulate feelings of love, sensuality, desire, and sexual arousal, enhance sexual abilities, and even mitigate sexual dysfunctions. Herbal practitioners believe aphrodisiacs can help overcome emotional challenges such as anxiety, stress, or trauma, and even directly overcome physical issues such as difficulty with erections or lubrication.
In addition, any herb preparation that eradicates illness or provides nutrients that have been lacking in the body can be considered an aphrodisiac. This is especially true if sexual urges and sexual life return as a result of using it.
But it must be said that:
- even though the mandrake root is mentioned in the Bible’s Book of Genesis (30:14-16) as an aphrodisiac, and Julius Caesar (100-44 B.C.) used herbal scents such as frankincense and myrrh as aphrodisiacs…
- and even though it‟s been written by more than one historian that Cleopatra used the intoxicating scents of cinnamon, cardamom, and rose along with the tastes of chocolate and rare curries to bewitch and entice her lovers…
- and even though the Romans reportedly used 3,300 tons of aphrodisiac herbs per year in the first century A.D.,…
… the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has categorically stated that there is no such thing as an aphrodisiac.
Many herbalists and traditional healers disagree, and so, this book can be written.
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The Modern Counteractant
The fast advancement in the science and technology has no doubt provided mankind with many conveniences and facilities in the field of medicine, but even now we cannot deny the significance and importance of the herbal cure and treatment. Chinese herbal medicine has great antiquity and history with beneficial and curative roots extending back to Zhou Empire, Late Bronze/Early Iron Age at about 2500 to 3000 years ago. Due to its shamanistic origins, the current form of etiological concepts is the roots of the ancient herbalism in China now days. In the latter half of the first millennium, there was a troubled socio-economic environment was prevailing in the China and thisphilosophy and idea of the causes of disease in human society related directly to that disturbed environment of the country at that time. During that dark time of depression and distress, people found the only solution of the sickness in herbal medicine to extirpate those unwanted intruders. That laid the foundation of the traditional Chinese herbal medicine.
The value of herbal medicine is claimed to be one of the most important traditions in China. Scientists working in this field have claims that herbs prescriptions and materials contain active components that can explain many of their actions. Drugs have been developed from those herbs and by them the treatment of many hilarious diseases is possible now. These herbs have a history of more than 2000 years old and since than many useful components have been added in it to make it more effective and valuable. It also decreases the side effects and sometimes replaces them completely.
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