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Herbal Cure For Common Diseases
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About the Book

Herbal treatment, herbal beauty care, herbal hair-dye, herbal massage, herbal oils, herbal tea etc are some of the oft-heard terns. It is clear and welcome sign pointing out to the acceptance, adherence and usage of herbs on one form or the other. You can see herbalists spread over the length and breadth of this vast universe. European countries have now started researching on some herbs which, in their view, could stand as substitutes for the modern medicine which has its own merits and demerits.

This book has been written keeping in view the limitations of modern systems of medicine, not to speak of health hazards, side-effects, reactions, drug interactions emanating from use of drugs, so that the common man is in a position to cure himself, his family members and others also, at bare minimum expense and, above all, without any (or minimal) side-effects. It is not a generally accepted view that herbal medicines have no side-effects nor are they harmful, though this is qualified evlogistaion of this system’s efficacy.

Introduction

Use of herbs as a Vehicle for treating and even curing various diseases, which afflicted hymen race, is not a nov1 concept nor has it been discovered recently — its journey from Darwinian age to recent time is a long story of gradual progression and development. When modern sophisticated iridescence had not emerged even or made its presence felt, every household treated the house mates with home remedies— the bulk of which was formed by herbs. It is a simple principle of diet that vegetations that grow on a particular soil, in a particular area, are capable of meeting dietary and medicinal needs of the local inhabitants. That is why so much emphasis was laid, and still is being laid on ‘regional diet’. If you change over to regional diet, there is no reason, why should’ you fall ill.

The wisdom of cure, through medicinal herbs, has its history of turbulence, progress, regression and even resistance from certain sects who refrained from using certain herbs due to their bad, appearance, bad taste, foul smell, element of pungency, astringency, etc. It is a journey which has undergone many pitfalls. Efforts were made to scuttle and throttle progress of this unique system of curai1ity but, despite all such bottlenecks and impediments, herbs always found a prestigious place in our homes. Repugnance of garlic and onion is simply due to their bad smell — to quote simply one instance; but medicines prepared out of these ingredients, freely used. It is sheer Hypocrisy and nothing else. Beet is not used as its hue resembles color of blood, ginger is not used in some homes due to its pungent and disagreeable taste.

Now the pendulum has swayed the, other way round. The change-over to herbal treatment is quite natural as it is more patient friendly and, to a greater extent, cost-effective also, and reaction is also minimal, to say the least. Moreover, the knowledge of herbs descended to new generations in the form of herbal heritage. There are still some families which cure even the so-called incurable disorders or really incurable disorders by using simply some herbs or even a single herb. They have formulations of their own which, for inexplicable reasons, are not being divulged to the common man — perhaps fear psychosis of generalization or/and commercialization might have prompted such persons o withhold their inherited knowledge.

Herbal treatment, herbal beauty care, herbal hair-cue, herbal massage, herbal oils, herbal tea etc are some of the pithead terms which is a clear and welcome sign pointing out to acceptance, adherence and usage of herbs in one form or the other. You can see herbalists spread over length and breath of this vast universe. European countries have now started researching-on some herbs which, in their view, could stand as substitutes for the modem medicine which has its own merits and demerits.

This book has been written, keeping in view limitations of modern systems of medicine, not to speak of health hearses, side-effects, reactions, drug interactions emanating from use of drugs, so that the common man is in a position to cure himself, his family members and others also, at bare minimum expense and, above all, without any (or minimal) side-effects. It is a generally accepted view that Ayurvedic medicines have no side- effects nor are they harmful, though this is qualified eulogisation of this system’s efficacy. any drug/herb used indiscreetly, imprudently and beyond a particular limit is liable to react on trice user. I have tried to give detailed account of each herb, its con Thinning effect with other herbs, its side-effects and reactions, where possible, and have taken care to see that readers actually benefit from the details provided so that they could cure their kith and kin, well in time and also without straining pockets. No doubt, certain herbs are costly for an arrange buy but there are less costlier substitutes therefore also. Most of the herbs are not new to our household, as those are used frequently to dispel common disorders but some herbs may be new to them, as herbal field is too vast — each region, country abounding only in particular varieties.

Diseases have been mentioned in relation to each herb as each herb has multiple applications and uses. It is suggested that entire book is read in 1-2 sittings and specific points and portions of interest may be marked so that, in case of emergency,’ quick reference could be made to the relevant portion only, For convenience of the readers, Hindi names of Herbs have been explained, were possible and a list at the end of the book will spell out as to which herb is suitable for which disease(s). Shr. Narender Kumar, Managing Direction of Diamond Pocket Books, has been kind enough, as usual, to assist me by giving his matured advice and suggestions, despite his awful busy schedule.

Contents

I Herbs And Modern Medicine 15
Vegetable Kingdom 18
II Facts About Herbs 20
Availability of Herbs 20
Growing and buying of Herbs 21
Growing the Plants 21
Useful Points for Storing and Drying of Herbs 22
Drying of Aerial Parts and Leaves 23
Buying Herbs (Dried) 24
III Healing Power of Herbs 26
Disorders treated cured by Herbal Treatment26
Classification of Herbs 28
Prominent (Key) Medicinal Herbs 28
Kitchen Remedies 28
Other Useful Herbs 29
Herbs Having Tonic Effects 29
Misc. Herbs often used in Medicinal Preparations 30
IV History of Herbs 32
V Parts of Herbs used in Medicines and Uses 35
Ways to use Herbs 35
Infusions 36
Tea-bags 37
Decoctions 38
Process of Preparation 38
Blending of Infusion and Decoction / Infused oils 39
Hot Infused oils 40
Cold Infused oils 40
Toilets. and Pills 41
Capsules 41
Tinctures 42
Syrups, Juices 42
Creams And Ointments 44
Essential Oils 45
Top Ten Oils 45
Secondary Oils 46
Preparing a Poultice
VI Herbalism 48
Western Herbalist 49
Chinese Herbalism 50
Herbs And Ayurveda 53
Herbal Ayurvedic Medicines 56
Herbalist and Homeopathy 57
VII Standard Quantities and Dosages 59
VIII Use of Herbs in Various Common Disorders 62
Anxiety, Depression, Headache, 62
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Herpes Zoster 63
Stress, Asthma, Colds 64
Catarrh, Bronchitis, Coughs 65
Sore Throat, Sinusitis, Tonsillitis 66
Influenza, Fever, Acidity & Heartburn 67
Flatulence 68
Colic 69
Constipation 70
Chilblains 71
Piles 72
Retarded/Poor blood Circulation 73
Varicose Veins 74
Premenstrual Problems 74
Menstrual Problems 75
Menopause\Menopausal Syndrome 76
Morning Sickness 77
Thrush 78
Arthritis 79
Rheumatism 80
Gout 81
Acne 82
Boils 83
Eczema 84
Spot so Wace 85
Nettle rash/Urticaria/Bives 86
IX Leading Healing Properties of Some Herbs (Explained in a Nutshell)
Boneset, Burdock 88
Celery, Skull Cap, Dandelion 89
Elecampane, Echinacea, Hops 90
Hyssop, Eucalyptus, Garlic Lemon Balm, Wild Lettuce 91
White Dead Nettle, Raspberry 92
Peppermint, Elder, Yellow Dock 93
Valerian, Ginger, Heartsease and Liquorices 94
XLeading Actions And Medicinal Properties of 12 Key Herbs 96
Yarrow, Marshmallow96
Meadowsweet, Pot Marigold Agrimony, St. John's Wort, Chamomile97
Vervain, Thyme, Wood Betony Rosemary and Lavender98
XIUse of Essential Herbal Oils For Various Disorders and Aromatherapy 99
Basic Factors99
Use of Essental Oils with Vaporisers101
Use of Essential Oil with Water101
Massage And Essential Oils102
Techniques of Massage102
Advantages of Massage104
Use of Oils in Massage105
Aromatic Relaxation107
Tonic Effects of Herbs108
XIIHerbal Kingdom
A detailed account of some generally and commonly used Herbs for various usages114
Balleric Myroblan115
Butea116
Bishop's Weed118
Aniseed121
Terminilia Arjuna123
Embelic Myrobalans124
Cardamom126
Celery128
Garlic129
Ginger. 133
Onion 135
Cumin Seeds 138
Caraway Seeds 141
Cinnamon 142
Clove 143
Coriander 146
Fenugreek 148
Parsley 152
Rauwolfia 154
Winter Cherry 156
Vasaka 159
Turmeric 160
Ashoka 163
Indian Aloe 164
Lemon Balm 165
XIII List of Diseases Cured/Treated By Various Herbs and Referral Books 167
Baby-Care (Preventive and Curative Treatment for Common Diseases 177
Infantile Colic 178
Nappy Rash 178
Crying/Weeping Babies 179
Chicken Pox 179
Measles 180
Whooping Cough 181
Mumps 183
XIV Nervous Disorders 185
XV Hindi Equivalents For Herbs 202

Herbal Cure For Common Diseases

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Herbal treatment, herbal beauty care, herbal hair-dye, herbal massage, herbal oils, herbal tea etc are some of the oft-heard terns. It is clear and welcome sign pointing out to the acceptance, adherence and usage of herbs on one form or the other. You can see herbalists spread over the length and breadth of this vast universe. European countries have now started researching on some herbs which, in their view, could stand as substitutes for the modern medicine which has its own merits and demerits.

This book has been written keeping in view the limitations of modern systems of medicine, not to speak of health hazards, side-effects, reactions, drug interactions emanating from use of drugs, so that the common man is in a position to cure himself, his family members and others also, at bare minimum expense and, above all, without any (or minimal) side-effects. It is not a generally accepted view that herbal medicines have no side-effects nor are they harmful, though this is qualified evlogistaion of this system’s efficacy.

Introduction

Use of herbs as a Vehicle for treating and even curing various diseases, which afflicted hymen race, is not a nov1 concept nor has it been discovered recently — its journey from Darwinian age to recent time is a long story of gradual progression and development. When modern sophisticated iridescence had not emerged even or made its presence felt, every household treated the house mates with home remedies— the bulk of which was formed by herbs. It is a simple principle of diet that vegetations that grow on a particular soil, in a particular area, are capable of meeting dietary and medicinal needs of the local inhabitants. That is why so much emphasis was laid, and still is being laid on ‘regional diet’. If you change over to regional diet, there is no reason, why should’ you fall ill.

The wisdom of cure, through medicinal herbs, has its history of turbulence, progress, regression and even resistance from certain sects who refrained from using certain herbs due to their bad, appearance, bad taste, foul smell, element of pungency, astringency, etc. It is a journey which has undergone many pitfalls. Efforts were made to scuttle and throttle progress of this unique system of curai1ity but, despite all such bottlenecks and impediments, herbs always found a prestigious place in our homes. Repugnance of garlic and onion is simply due to their bad smell — to quote simply one instance; but medicines prepared out of these ingredients, freely used. It is sheer Hypocrisy and nothing else. Beet is not used as its hue resembles color of blood, ginger is not used in some homes due to its pungent and disagreeable taste.

Now the pendulum has swayed the, other way round. The change-over to herbal treatment is quite natural as it is more patient friendly and, to a greater extent, cost-effective also, and reaction is also minimal, to say the least. Moreover, the knowledge of herbs descended to new generations in the form of herbal heritage. There are still some families which cure even the so-called incurable disorders or really incurable disorders by using simply some herbs or even a single herb. They have formulations of their own which, for inexplicable reasons, are not being divulged to the common man — perhaps fear psychosis of generalization or/and commercialization might have prompted such persons o withhold their inherited knowledge.

Herbal treatment, herbal beauty care, herbal hair-cue, herbal massage, herbal oils, herbal tea etc are some of the pithead terms which is a clear and welcome sign pointing out to acceptance, adherence and usage of herbs in one form or the other. You can see herbalists spread over length and breath of this vast universe. European countries have now started researching-on some herbs which, in their view, could stand as substitutes for the modem medicine which has its own merits and demerits.

This book has been written, keeping in view limitations of modern systems of medicine, not to speak of health hearses, side-effects, reactions, drug interactions emanating from use of drugs, so that the common man is in a position to cure himself, his family members and others also, at bare minimum expense and, above all, without any (or minimal) side-effects. It is a generally accepted view that Ayurvedic medicines have no side- effects nor are they harmful, though this is qualified eulogisation of this system’s efficacy. any drug/herb used indiscreetly, imprudently and beyond a particular limit is liable to react on trice user. I have tried to give detailed account of each herb, its con Thinning effect with other herbs, its side-effects and reactions, where possible, and have taken care to see that readers actually benefit from the details provided so that they could cure their kith and kin, well in time and also without straining pockets. No doubt, certain herbs are costly for an arrange buy but there are less costlier substitutes therefore also. Most of the herbs are not new to our household, as those are used frequently to dispel common disorders but some herbs may be new to them, as herbal field is too vast — each region, country abounding only in particular varieties.

Diseases have been mentioned in relation to each herb as each herb has multiple applications and uses. It is suggested that entire book is read in 1-2 sittings and specific points and portions of interest may be marked so that, in case of emergency,’ quick reference could be made to the relevant portion only, For convenience of the readers, Hindi names of Herbs have been explained, were possible and a list at the end of the book will spell out as to which herb is suitable for which disease(s). Shr. Narender Kumar, Managing Direction of Diamond Pocket Books, has been kind enough, as usual, to assist me by giving his matured advice and suggestions, despite his awful busy schedule.

Contents

I Herbs And Modern Medicine 15
Vegetable Kingdom 18
II Facts About Herbs 20
Availability of Herbs 20
Growing and buying of Herbs 21
Growing the Plants 21
Useful Points for Storing and Drying of Herbs 22
Drying of Aerial Parts and Leaves 23
Buying Herbs (Dried) 24
III Healing Power of Herbs 26
Disorders treated cured by Herbal Treatment26
Classification of Herbs 28
Prominent (Key) Medicinal Herbs 28
Kitchen Remedies 28
Other Useful Herbs 29
Herbs Having Tonic Effects 29
Misc. Herbs often used in Medicinal Preparations 30
IV History of Herbs 32
V Parts of Herbs used in Medicines and Uses 35
Ways to use Herbs 35
Infusions 36
Tea-bags 37
Decoctions 38
Process of Preparation 38
Blending of Infusion and Decoction / Infused oils 39
Hot Infused oils 40
Cold Infused oils 40
Toilets. and Pills 41
Capsules 41
Tinctures 42
Syrups, Juices 42
Creams And Ointments 44
Essential Oils 45
Top Ten Oils 45
Secondary Oils 46
Preparing a Poultice
VI Herbalism 48
Western Herbalist 49
Chinese Herbalism 50
Herbs And Ayurveda 53
Herbal Ayurvedic Medicines 56
Herbalist and Homeopathy 57
VII Standard Quantities and Dosages 59
VIII Use of Herbs in Various Common Disorders 62
Anxiety, Depression, Headache, 62
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Herpes Zoster 63
Stress, Asthma, Colds 64
Catarrh, Bronchitis, Coughs 65
Sore Throat, Sinusitis, Tonsillitis 66
Influenza, Fever, Acidity & Heartburn 67
Flatulence 68
Colic 69
Constipation 70
Chilblains 71
Piles 72
Retarded/Poor blood Circulation 73
Varicose Veins 74
Premenstrual Problems 74
Menstrual Problems 75
Menopause\Menopausal Syndrome 76
Morning Sickness 77
Thrush 78
Arthritis 79
Rheumatism 80
Gout 81
Acne 82
Boils 83
Eczema 84
Spot so Wace 85
Nettle rash/Urticaria/Bives 86
IX Leading Healing Properties of Some Herbs (Explained in a Nutshell)
Boneset, Burdock 88
Celery, Skull Cap, Dandelion 89
Elecampane, Echinacea, Hops 90
Hyssop, Eucalyptus, Garlic Lemon Balm, Wild Lettuce 91
White Dead Nettle, Raspberry 92
Peppermint, Elder, Yellow Dock 93
Valerian, Ginger, Heartsease and Liquorices 94
XLeading Actions And Medicinal Properties of 12 Key Herbs 96
Yarrow, Marshmallow96
Meadowsweet, Pot Marigold Agrimony, St. John's Wort, Chamomile97
Vervain, Thyme, Wood Betony Rosemary and Lavender98
XIUse of Essential Herbal Oils For Various Disorders and Aromatherapy 99
Basic Factors99
Use of Essental Oils with Vaporisers101
Use of Essential Oil with Water101
Massage And Essential Oils102
Techniques of Massage102
Advantages of Massage104
Use of Oils in Massage105
Aromatic Relaxation107
Tonic Effects of Herbs108
XIIHerbal Kingdom
A detailed account of some generally and commonly used Herbs for various usages114
Balleric Myroblan115
Butea116
Bishop's Weed118
Aniseed121
Terminilia Arjuna123
Embelic Myrobalans124
Cardamom126
Celery128
Garlic129
Ginger. 133
Onion 135
Cumin Seeds 138
Caraway Seeds 141
Cinnamon 142
Clove 143
Coriander 146
Fenugreek 148
Parsley 152
Rauwolfia 154
Winter Cherry 156
Vasaka 159
Turmeric 160
Ashoka 163
Indian Aloe 164
Lemon Balm 165
XIII List of Diseases Cured/Treated By Various Herbs and Referral Books 167
Baby-Care (Preventive and Curative Treatment for Common Diseases 177
Infantile Colic 178
Nappy Rash 178
Crying/Weeping Babies 179
Chicken Pox 179
Measles 180
Whooping Cough 181
Mumps 183
XIV Nervous Disorders 185
XV Hindi Equivalents For Herbs 202
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