Natural Physician's Healing Therapies by Mark Stengler ND is a considerable work which covers healing modalities including vitamins, herbs , acupressure and others.
For instance, aloe vera juice is known to lower blood sugar levels. Alpha lipoic acid is helpful for cardiac autonomic neuropathy, dementia, type 2 diabetes, peripheral neuropathy and skin aging. Glutamine is helpful for wound healing, inflammatory bowel disease and leaky gut syndrome. Arthritis may be helped by using lipoic acid, Vitamins C and E, Selenium and Grapeseed Oil Extract.
Arginine may be helpful for angina, congestive heart failure, diabetic foot ulcers, high blood pressure, interstitial cystitis, bladder and pelvic floor problems. Artichokes are a good tonic for arterial health and wellness. Noxvomica is used for colitis and bladder infections.
Stevia is a classic replacement for white sugar. The preparation is sold in most health food stores. Diabetics and persons trying to lose weight may benefit by using stevia as a sugar substitute. Some bakeries utilize stevia and other herbs to make sugar-free cookies and cakes.
Tea Tree Oil is a classic tonic for mouth and gum infections, as well as skin infections. Eye and ear infections may be helped by colloidal silver.
Gallstone issues may be treated with milk thistle, tumeric, peppermint and Vitamin C. Aortic elasticity may be enhanced by the use of garlic. Arrhythmias may be helped with the use of Coenzyme Q 10.
Vitamins and herbs should be taken with the concurrence of your medical provider, nutritionist or diet professional. Periodic blood tests may be taken to monitor glucose levels, as well as classic inflammation markers associated with chronic diseases amd medical conditions which cannot be cured but must be monitored.
Overall, Natural Physician's Healing Therapies is a very helpful work which may be utilized to manage chronic health conditions utilizing natural modalities. The book has a considerable bibliography to assist in authenticating the medical protocols.
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