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A Remedy for Acid Reflux - Ginger Are You Interested?

16th February 2012
As a victim of reflux acid, you can take the pills and you can take them for a very long time. But this can start to become expensive. You can even request that may be long term to take the drug effects. Acid reflux is common and there are many who simply... Read >
Author: lauralees

Turmeric Benefits – What the Ancients Knew

11th November 2011
Is a cure for cancer still in the far distant future? In this new century, perhaps not. And if that cure involved curcumin, a known cancer fighter, the continuing research into it would be a gift from the ancient Asians of three thousand years ago. They k... Read >
Author: Carolyn

Sinusitis Dizziness – What’s the Cause?

01st October 2010
Sinusitis can be best defined as a condition wherein the sinus cavities get inflamed. Usually, the most common cause of inflammation is fungus infection, common colds, and allergens. The condition of sinusitis is actually not very serious but the symptoms... Read >
Author: Michael Corben

A colon cleanser which also promotes weight loss

08th July 2010
Users have to start by taking two capsules of Colopril daily. One is to be taken during the day and the other one at night. This dosage can be increased if needed. But the maximum has to be not more than six capsules in a 24-hour period. Users should have... Read >
Author: seonest

Ginger as a Natural Cold Remedy

23rd December 2009
Ginger is used in most of the places as a remedy for sickness. It has been a famous addition to energy drinks because of its properties. The ginger root can be used to prevent cough, nausea and sore throat. It can also be used to keep your body energetic.... Read >
Author: bramwellburton

Natural Remedies – How to Treat Acid Indigestion

25th April 2008
Soda crackers are an old folk cure that actually works. Soda crackers (preferably unsalted) are bland, they digest easily, and they absorb stomach acid. They also contain bicarbonate of soda and cream of tartar, which neutralize the acid. Tip: You know th... Read >
Author: Corwin Brown

Postnatal 'confinement' food Part 2

27th February 2007
Everybody will ask you to eat only ' heaty' food and avoid cold or cooling food as your body is cold after childbirth. This applies to the 3 main races in Malaysia but sometimes, what is considered 'heaty' may be 'cooling' for another which increases our ... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

Stir Fried Shredded Chicken and Spring Onions

18th December 2006
Ingredients: 2 boneless chicken breasts, shredded 1 tablespoon rice wine or dry sherry 1 tablespoon soy sauce 1 egg white 1 teaspoon corn flour 4 spring onions (scallions) cut diagonally to 1 inch lengths 1/2 teaspoon grated fresh ginger root 1/4 cup c... Read >
Author: Marty
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