You have heard the expression, "An apple a day keeps the doctor away." The January "There's a Yogi in the Kitchen" column by Siri-Ved Kaur Khalsa offers a new one to remember: "An onion a day keeps disease away!" Onions' job is to keep the blood...
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About one in every six children in the U.S. is allergic to one or more substances ranging from pollen, animal dander, house feathers, mites, chemicals, and a variety of foods. Janet Zand, OMD, LAc looks at both the conventional and alternative...
Childhood Diarrhea ;The number and consistency of stools varies a great deal
Habitat: Cultivated in most temperate countries.
Collection: The leaves may be coll
Part Used : The bark of the root and rhizome
Diarrhea is when you pass stool many times a day, and it is watery and loose. Diarrhea is one way your child’s body fights infection. Diarrhea can also clean out your child’s intestines when he or she eats something bad. Children get diarrhea often...
Habitat: Grows in most Northern Countries.
Part used: The entire
Rheum palmatum Part Used: Rhizome of Rheum palmatum and other species, not the garden rhubarb. Constituent
Diarrhea ;As with constipation, diarrhea is an important symptom