Natracure Blog — Herbal remedies

Can Mistletoe Cure Cancer?

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Traditional holiday mistletoe has a relative that packs more than just a big smooch. Studies indicate that the European mistletoe may actually be a viable cancer fighter. As a common plant in Great Britain, mainland Europe and even Western Asia, the twigs and leaves have been used for centuries as an herbal remedy for common ailments in the body. However, the real potential lies in what’s inside the plant. The extract from the semiparasitic plant has been used in multiple studies. Findings concluded that the extract has shown the ability to kill cancer cells. However, studies have not yet proven...

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5 Arthritis Treatments from Around the World

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[caption id="attachment_336" align="alignright" width="300"] Arthritis can be traced back to prehistoric times.[/caption] Arthritis has been known to mankind since ancient times. It can even be traced back to prehistoric man and dinosaurs! In a book by Bruce M. Rothschild, “The Complete Dinosaur”, some forms of arthritis affected dinosaurs, specifically gout. A detailed examination of the bones of a Tyrannosaurus Rex showed the distinctive holes found in the bones of gout patients. On the Internet today, you can find many different natural treatments for arthritis. Read on to find out how different cultures around the world treat arthritis, with some emerging...

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8 Herbal Remedies to Ease Joint Pain

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Look in your kitchen cupboard, your fridge, or even outside on your lawn. You’ll find plants, herbs, and spices with healing properties. Throughout the ages, people in every culture have taken herbs to stay healthy and heal ailments, in the same way we sip mint tea to aid digestion, or garlic to ward off colds today. In Hippocrates’ time, herbs were the official medicines. Herbs have vital nutrients and many are antiviral, antifungal and antibacterial. Today many of the pharmaceutical drugs we use have their origins in natural plants, and we can still take advantage of these natural forms of...

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