Herbs

As the world wakes up to the freshness of nature and natural products, Herbs take on a leading role. Simple everyday foods and herbs have moved out of the kitchen to be an effective, inexpensive and safe part of health care. The time-tested science of Ayurveda uses the goodness of single herbs and different foods to keep your body at its healthiest best. Women Fitness presents a detailed Directory of herbs.

Capsicum

 

 

It contains a resinous and pungent substance known as capsaicin. This chemical relieves pain and itching by acting on sensory nerves. Capsaicin temporarily stimulates release of various neurotransmitters from these nerves, leading to their depletion. Without the neurotransmitters, pain signals can no longer be sent. The effect is temporary. Capsaicin and other constituents in cayenne have been shown to have several other actions, including reducing platelet stickiness and acting as antioxidants.

 






Herbs this week

August, 12 2014

Breastfeeding should be primary source of nourishment for a newborn baby up to 6 months, but sometimes the Milk of Moms needs Mother Nature’s help to flow freely. Galactagogue are herbs that are used to help increase breastmilk production in nursing mothers. More>

 

 

 

 

 




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