Here are the herbal remedies for conditions that begin with the letter M through the letter Z.
- Menopause that befalls women in their forties or fifties, and causes such unpleasant symptoms as hot flashes and insomnia. Learn how to alleviate these conditions in Herbal Remedies for Menopause.
- Menstrual problems like cramps or the cluster of symptoms known as PMS can be treated through a variety of herbal methods. Herbal Remedies for Menstruation will tell you more.
- Maybe you overdid it at the gym or maybe you just slept in a strange position, but we've all experienced sore muscles every now and then. Fortunately, Herbal Remedies for Muscle Pain has the information to get you back in the game.
- Sore throat can be caused by a number of factors like a cold or just irritation from smoke or smog. In Herbal Remedies for Sore Throat, you will learn how to treat a scratchy throat naturally.
- If you have a small sliver of wood or metal stuck under your skin you can't use herbs to remove it, but you can decrease your likelihood for infection. Learn how in Herbal Remedies for Splinters.
- Among the many digestive problems that herbal remedies can relieve, herbs can also go a long way toward healing gastric ulcers. Find out how in Herbal Remedies for Ulcers.
- There are a number of herbal remedies for bladder or urinary tract infections. Learn more in Herbal Remedies for Urinary Tract Infections.
- Varicose veins are swollen veins that can become quite painful. Learn how to treat this condition with herbs in Herbal Remedies for Varicose Veins.
- Herbs can help fight off warts in two ways -- they can bolster your immune system to prevent warts and they can help diminish a wart once it develops. Find out more in Herbal Remedies for Warts.
- Yeast infections are caused by a fungus and they can be quite painful and unpleasant. Learn how to cure this condition naturally in Herbal Remedies for Yeast Infections.
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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.