-->
 

Plants


























  Ways to Improve Memory and Live Longer with Music
 

3 Ancient Medicines That Already Live In Your Home

In this article I’m going to focus on three natural medicines that are so easy to find that they may already live in your kitchen!.

Read full article

  Ways to Improve Memory and Live Longer with Music
 

Research Proves Ginger has 18 Medicinal Benefits

(Zingiber officinalis) is a fundamental herbal treatment among Traditional Chinese Medicine, Ayurveda, Traditional Thai Medicine, Japanese Kampo Medicine and various other traditional medicines around the world. Modern research is now proving that these ancient therapies using ginger can indeed treat numerous ailments.

Read full article

  Ways to Improve Memory and Live Longer with Music
 

Can Garlic Treat Parkinson’s Disease?

An increasing chorus of research is pointing to the conclusion that garlic and aged garlic are potential treatment and prevention strategies for Parkinson’s disease.

Read full article

  Ways to Improve Memory and Live Longer with Music
 

The Greenest Way To Detox Our Homes

Household plants do more than adorn our homes - as living, breathing beings themselves, they also inject more life force into our space.

Read full article

  Ways to Improve Memory and Live Longer with Music
 

Hibiscus Tea Kills Deadly Avian Flu Virus, Study Finds

An exciting study reveals that Hibiscus tea may be far more powerful than pharmaceuticals in combating deadly flu viruses. The search for safe and effective treatments for drug and vaccine-resistant forms of influenza, including H5N1 highly pathogenic avian influenza viruses (HPAIVs), has lead a group of researchers to investigate whether commonly used herbal tea extracts might provide a viable natural alternative.

Read full article

  Ways to Improve Memory and Live Longer with Music
 

The Plant Paradox: The Hidden Dangers in ‘Healthy Foods’ That Can Cause Disease and Weight Gain

Are you eating a healthy, whole food diet yet still struggle with weight gain and health problems? Part of the problem might have to do with lectins. Dr. Steven Gundry, author of the book “The Plant Paradox: The Hidden Dangers in ‘Healthy’ Foods That Cause Disease and Weight Gain“, makes a strong case for a lectin-free diet.

Read full article

  synchrony_and_exertion_of_dancing  

Heart Medicine – Awakening and Reconnecting to Your Soul with the Sacred Plant Iboga
“Man is a stream whose source is hidden. Our being is descending into us from we know not whence.”
~ Ralph Waldo Emerson ~

Read full article

  Tree Bombs: How Old Warplanes Can Plant Up to 900,000 Trees a Day  

In the Language of Trees: How Plants Can Teach Us to Communicate

When I was a kid, I would name the trees in my backyard. They all had distinct personalities and dynamic qualities, including the ability to talk. I would spend inordinate amounts of time collecting their branches and sticks, talking with them about my life and theirs. My imagination was fascinated with their solid presence coupled with a mysterious aliveness that defied their seemingly fixed nature. They knew something and I wanted to know what that was.

Read full article

  Turmeric Produces ‘Remarkable’ Recovery in Alzheimer’s Patients  

Dandelion Helps Heal 14 Medical Conditions

The common weed we call dandelion is one of nature’s incredible healing herbs. The botanical name for dandelion is Taraxum officinale. Taraxum is derived from the Greek words “taraxos” for “disorder” and “akos” meaning remedy.

Read full article

  Turmeric Produces ‘Remarkable’ Recovery in Alzheimer’s Patients  

Gotu Kola: A Dozen Proven Medical Benefits

Gotu kola (Centella asiatica) has a long and successful history of use in traditional medicines. Traditional uses for Gotu kola have included: Hepatitis, Syphilis, Gastrointestinal conditions, Asthma, Epilepsy, Varicose veins, Ulcers, Skin irritation and Swellings. And this is just the short list. Gotu kola has been a “go to” herb for herbal practitioners in Ayurveda, Chinese Traditional Medicine, Kampo Medicine (Japan), Thai Traditional Medicine, Indonesian Traditional Medicine, Hawaiian Traditional Medicine and many others.

Read full article

  Self Criticism? How to Overcome Your Inner “I’m Not Good Enough” Voice  

Myrtle Herb Kills Antibiotic-resistant Skin Bacteria

Pharmaceutical medicine has created a monster in the form of antibiotic-resistant superbug bacteria. But in an ironic twist, it looks like herbal medicine offers one of the only ways out of this mess. I say ironic because the pharmaceutical industry typically opposes herbal medicine.

Read full article

  Cannabis: The Plant that Stops Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria  

Cannabis: The Plant that Stops Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria

Antibiotic-resistant bacteria have become an out-of-control problem in our world, as doctors and leading health officials know too well. For over 100 years, Western Rockefeller Medicine and Big Pharma have been conjoined twins attached at the hip; you cannot have one without the other. Western medicine has fully embraced the drugs, radiation and surgery model, and ever since the invention of drugs like penicillin and methicillin, it has been throwing synthetic chemicals at its patients to “cure” them.

Read full article

  Plants Are Smarter Than You Think  

Plants Are Smarter Than You Think

Plants are not simple bystanders in the environment, soaking up sun and otherwise engaging in a passive existence. They’re actually active communicators and engage in a complex relationship with their environment.

Read full article

  7 Amazing Healing Powers of Aloe Vera  

7 Amazing Healing Powers of Aloe Vera

Around 1750 BC Hannibal waged war to control the areas in North Africa where aloe vera flourished. It's no wonder when you understand the powerful medicine contained in this plant.

Read full article

  Medicinal sensation lemongrass: why does everyone seem to swear by this essential oil?  

Medicinal sensation lemongrass: why does everyone seem to swear by this essential oil?

As the invigorating scent of fresh-cut lemongrass fills the air, the mood changes, lifting the spirits of all nearby. The scent of lemongrass alone has a noticeable effect on the mind. Lemongrass essential oil is lemony-bold and bitter-sweet. It adds a powerful flavour to oriental dishes, is a staple culinary herb in south East Asia, and is prevalent in Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Indonesia and Vietnam.

Read full article

  Eight health-promoting veggies that can easily be regrown over and over again  

Eight health-promoting veggies that can easily be regrown over
and over again

Many people struggle on their path to meditative states of consciousness, becoming downtrodden when their minds refuse to obey the orders to be silent and blank. A cycle of periodic “empty” mind moments infiltrated by incoming thoughts erupts, infuriating the practitioner who simply wants to achieve a peaceful state on their path to personal enlightenment.

Read full article

  Himalayan locals sustainably cultivate natural aphrodisiac as Big Pharma seeks to cash in  

Himalayan locals sustainably cultivate natural aphrodisiac as Big Pharma seeks to cash in
High up in the Himalayan mountains, hidden in the quiet pastures, grows a rare medicinal fungus. Speculators from around the world have heard what the fungus can do. (It's a powerful aphrodisiac.) They have learned how valuable it is. (It's more valuable than gold in the Chinese markets.) It's an understatement that Big Pharma's eyes are getting big - their greedy grin widening. The rush for the rare medicinal fungus Yartsa gunbu is on.

Read full article

   

Research Reveals Plants Can Think, Choose and Remember

Modern science is only beginning to catch up to the wisdom of the ancients: plants possess sentience and a rudimentary form of intelligence.

Read full article

  Stevia Kills Lyme Disease Pathogen Better Than Antibiotics (Preclinical Study)   Stevia Kills Lyme Disease Pathogen Better Than Antibiotics (Preclinical Study)

Lyme disease is exceedingly difficult to treat, due to its well-known shape-shifting (pleomorphic) abilities, with conventional antibiotics often failing to produce a long-term cure. Could the commonly used natural plant Stevia provide a safer, and more effective means to combat this increasingly prevalent infection?

Read full article

   

Why Walnut Resembles the Brain It Nourishes

Nothing could be more beautiful or poetic than when a healing food actually looks like the organ system it nourishes and heals in the body.While commonly viewed as mere coincidence, it is difficult for me to acknowledge the exquisite design of the walnut, whose eerily skull-like shell encompasses the fatty-acid rich, bihemispheric "brain" of the nut, without opening myself to the possibility that mother nature wove metaphor, meaning, and a high degree of co-evolutionary non-arbitrariness into the natural order of things.

Read full article

   

Buckwheat – 9 Great Reasons To Grow It, Plant It, and Eat It!

Buckwheat is one of those plants that may be unfamiliar to most people. It is a staple crop in parts of China, Russia and Eastern Europe, but is less well known to most food consumers. Buckwheat is not a cereal grain, although it's name might lead you to think it is. Rather, it is a flowering plant. Buckwheat is a relative of sorrel, dock and rhubarb, whose 'fruit seeds' are a great source of nutrition, cancer fighting phytonutrients, antioxidants and fibre.

Read full article

   

Follow in the footsteps of greatness by rediscovering the astonishing healing benefit of flax

Mahatma Gandhi once observed, "Whenever flaxseeds become a regular food item among the people, there will be better health."

Read full article

   

Grow Your Own “Miracle Tree”

Few plants offer such a complete range of benefits as Moringa oleifera with its outstanding nutritional, medicinal and detoxifying properties. Rich in all essential amino acids, vitamins and minerals along with formidable antioxidants, moringa is an exceptional health-enhancing and famine-eradicating superfood. According to Miracle Trees:

Read full article

   

Gingko Biloba: A 'Living Fossil' With Life-Extending

Those interested in learning how to enhance their longevity may want to look to Gingko Biloba, whose very existence today as a "living fossil" speaks volumes to its ability to survive conditions that would otherwise kill or dramatically shorten the lifespan of most other species.

Read full article

   

Ginseng Is Much More Than Simply An Aphrodisiac

There are different types of ginseng roots such as the American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius) and the Asian or Korean one (Panax ginseng). Some people also like to add eleuthero or Siberian ginseng, but these don't contain the essential ingredient, ginsenosides.

Read full article

   

Plants can see, hear, smell, and respond to threats

Plants are able to tell different insect predators apart, both by sensing the different shapes of their jaws, and by "hearing" the different vibrations caused by their chewing, according to recent research by Heidi Appel of the University of Missouri. This allows the plants to respond with defensive measures tailored to a specific attacker, Appel said.

Read full article

   

Researchers Discover Flaxseed Regresses Cardiovascular Plaque in Animals

A promising new study published in the American Journal of Physiology and Circulation Research titled, “The Effects of Dietary Flaxseed on Atherosclerotic Plaque Regression,” looked at whether flaxseed in the diet of rabbits is capable of regressing atherosclerotic plaque, the primary pathological process associated with gradual constriction or sudden blockage in the arteries leading to cardiovascular morbidity and mortality.

Read full article




DISCLAIMER
All material on The Art of Healing website should be used as a guide only. Information provided should not be construed or used as a substitute for professional or medical advice. We would suggest that a healthcare professional should be consulted before adopting any opinions or suggestions contained on this website. In addition, whilst every care is taken to compile and check articles written for The Art of Healing for accuracy, the Publisher, Editor, Authors, their servants and agents will not be held responsible or liable for any published errors, omissions or inaccuracies, or for any consequences arising there from. In addition, the inclusion or exclusion of any treatment or product in editorial or advertising does not imply that the Publisher advocates or rejects its use. With respect to article submissions, these are invited but it should be understood that the Editor reserves the final right to edit all articles for length and content prior to publishing. The content, arrangement and layout of this site, including, but not limited to, the trademarks and text, are proprietary to The Art of Healing, and should not be copied, imitated, reproduced, displayed, distributed, or transmitted without the express permission of The Art of Healing. Any unauthorised use of the content, arrangement or layout of the site, or the trademarks found in the site may violate civil or criminal laws, including, but not limited to, Copyright © The Art of Healing. All Rights Reserved.

TERMS & CONDITIONS