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This website contains general knowledge about herbal medicines and their curative values. It is not intended to be taken as a substitute or self treatment; It is therefore highly recommended to seek an advice from a qualified herbal medicine practitioner. Some of the herbs stated in this website may cause reaction to the user. Neither natural herbal life nor its employees shall be held responsible for any such reactions. Do not try to do some self diagnosis or treat your self.  All consultations should be carried out by a qualified medical practitioner

Lungtonic Herbal Medicine



 

Lungtonic Herbal Medicine
Lung Special Herbal Medicine Good for: Asthma, allergy and other respiratory related maladies Has expectorant extract. It is an antibacterial and anti-viral herbal product

 

 

HEART

Herbs for:

Cayenne, Barberry (low dose stimulates while high dose lower the heart rate), Garlic + Thyme, Horsetail, Safflower, Mistletoe, Borage, Oat straw, Lobelia (for palpitation), Kidney bean, Hawthorn (to strengthen the heart), Mineral water,

Reduce or Avoid: (a) Stress (b) Nervousness (c) Worries and tempers (d) Food that contain Cholesterol (e) Eggs, (f) Fat and Fried foods, (g) Alcohol (h) Smoking (i) Peppers (j) Coffee tea and Chocolate (k) Excess weight (l) Salt (m) Refine foods (n) Meat.

Use or Increase: (a) Half cooked or raw Vegetables and fruits consist of eliminating diet which clears the systems and rejuvenate them. This process may be done from three to seven days depending on the affected person. Do not take Vegetables and fruit in one meal (b) Vitamins A, B, C, D, E, (c) Minerals Calcium, Iron, Magnesium and Potassium. Take garlic and basil juices. Honey, coconut, papaya or pineapple and garlic juices are good for cardiac.

Formulas to follow:

(a) Heart and Pressure formula:

(b) Fasting formula:

(c) Potassium Formula.

Encouragement; “My heart is sore pained within me: and the terrors of death are fallen upon me.” Psalm 55:4. “For what hath man of all his labour and of the vexation of his heart, wherein he hath laboured under the sun? For all his days are sorrows, and his travail grief; yea, his heart taketh not rest in the night. This is also vanity” Ecclesiastes 2:22-23 “At this also my heart trembleth and is moved out of his place” Job 37:1

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