Warts are caused by a virus. There are different types of warts. The most common are the small warts children get on their hands and sometimes feet. Many a child has suffered the agonies of a trip to the hospital to burn the warts off. Naturopathic remedies work just as well.
Usually these warts last 3 [...]
Rather than being a step on the way to getting a good tan, most Australians now recognise that sunburn can cause permanent damage, resulting in premature aging, pigment disorders and skin cancer, and should be avoided at all times. For details on sunburn avoidance and discussion on the questions surrounding the use of sunscreen creams, [...]
A sprain is the tearing of the ligaments, fibrous structures which support the joints. The most common sprains occur on the limbs, such as sprained ankles, wrists and thumbs, but can affect almost any joint if the ligaments are suddenly or excessively stretched beyond the normal range of movement. ‘Whiplash’, for example is the spraining [...]
There are short term and long term risks associated with pollutants in the air. The short term risks of breathing polluted air include headache, eye irritations, inflamation of the respiratory tract and asthma related disorders. In the long term, air pollution can contribute to the development of cancer, emphysema, birth defects and behavioural problems in [...]
This is another critical point in fasting. You can ruin most of your achievement, if you subject your body to a food shock. Your sub-conscious mind may not believe you the next time you fast. Without realising it, you may train it to expect a shock, rather than work spontaneously and purify itself with maximum [...]
1-st day of fasting
Your mind-body system has been working all night, preparing the most urgent deposits for disposal. Your bowel should be full, despite the fact, that you cleansed it thoroughly only a few hours ago and that you have not eaten anything that night at all.
Go to the toilet and let your bowel empty [...]
Parkinson’s disease is named after the doctor who first identified it in the early nineteenth century. It is also known as paralysis agitans and shaking palsy. The disease, which affects the nervous system, has a slow onset and usually occurs in people over sixty, although some cases occur as early as forty.
Parkinson’s disease is caused [...]
(SIX MINOR ZONES)-3RD MAJOR ZONE—BONES AND SKIN
The third major zone is also divided into two zones—the fifth and sixth minor zones. The fifth minor zone is called the Skeletal zone. Further iris research may eventually require many minor modifications to this schema.
When a condition of the skeletal system is presented [...]
An incurable disease of the nervous system, multiple sclerosis, or MS, results from inflammation and scarring of the sheaths surrounding the nerve fibres of the central nervous system. The symptoms of the disease vary according to which nerves are affected. Characteristic symptoms include weakness or pins and needles in a limb. Pain in moving the [...]