Here are the herbs from the letter D through the letter G:
- The same dandelions that dot your lawn can be used to ease indigestion, lower blood sugar, and even detoxify your body. A weed no more! Read Dandelion: Herbal Remedies to learn more.
- Dong Quai, or Angelica, is primarily used for menstrual complaints, but can also be used as a pain reliever and muscle relaxant. Dong Quai: Herbal Remedies can tell you more.
- Echinacea is already a popular herb used to boost the immune system. To learn more about this herb and how it can play a role in fighting diseases, read Echinacea: Herbal Remedies.
- Fennel is another kitchen staple that can be used to treat common conditions like cramps and excessive gas. Fennel: Herbal Remedies has all of the details.
- As the name would suggest, feverfew can be used to reduce fevers, but its main use is in the treatment of headaches and migraines. Learn more in Feverfew: Herbal Remedies.
- In addition to making food delicious, garlic can be used surprisingly vast array of herbal remedies from lowering your cholesterol to healing cuts. Garlic: Herbal Remedies has all of the details.
- Ginger is most commonly found in Asian-inspired recipes, but it also has a long history of treating conditions like muscle pain, nausea, and sore throats. Find out how in Ginger: Herbal Remedies.
- Ginkgo is an herb that has received a lot of attention from the medical community in recent years. Some researchers feel this herb can do wonders for your heart. Learn more in Ginkgo: Herbal Remedies.
- Ginseng's role in medicine began thousands of years ago in China. Today, you can find ginseng in everything from iced tea to chewing gum. Read Ginseng: Herbal Remedies to learn how this herb can fight off fatigue.
- Goldenseal might sound like an award for excellence, but it is actually an herb that can bolster the immune system and fight off disease. You can learn more in Goldenseal: Herbal Remedies.
On the next page, you will find the herbs from the letter H through the letter M.This information is solely for informational purposes. IT IS NOT INTENDED TO PROVIDE MEDICAL ADVICE. Neither the Editors of Consumer Guide (R), Publications International, Ltd., the author nor publisher take responsibility for any possible consequences from any treatment, procedure, exercise, dietary modification, action or application of medication which results from reading or following the information contained in this information. The publication of this information does not constitute the practice of medicine, and this information does not replace the advice of your physician or other health care provider. Before undertaking any course of treatment, the reader must seek the advice of their physician or other health care provider.Before engaging in any complementary medical technique, including the use of natural or herbal remedies, you should be aware that many of these techniques have not been evaluated in scientific studies. Use of these remedies in connection with over the counter or prescription medications can cause severe adverse reactions. Often, only limited information is available about their safety and effectiveness. Each state and each discipline has its own rules about whether practitioners are required to be professionally licensed. If you plan to visit a practitioner, it is recommended that you choose one who is licensed by a recognized national organization and who abides by the organization's standards. It is always best to speak with your primary health care provider before starting any new therapeutic technique.