Biotin Biochemically this vitamin is involved in one reaction by which pyruvic acid (derived from glucose as described above) is further metabolised. It is also required for fatty acid synthesis. The most commonly recommended allowance is 150-300mcg per day. Like other B Vitamins, biotin is recommended for several conditions, like skin troubles, muscle pains, depression and baldness. These connections Read More

Black Cohosh

Black Cohosh Black Cohosh Cimicifuga racemosa Also known as: squaw root Source: fresh or dried roots. Actions: promotes menstrual flow, sedative, anti-rheumatic. Therapeutic uses: traditional Native American remedy for menstrual pain and menopausal hot flushes. Also used to ease arthritic and rheumatic pain due to inflammation and to treat high blood pressure, tinnitus (ringing in the ears), asthma and whooping cough. Read More

Breathing Exercise

A simple technique to relax and calm the mind. One of the most popular and effective yoga breathing exercises is alternate nostril breathing, which relaxes and calms the mind, relieves fatigue and balances ‘prana’ (vital energy) in the body.   The Exercise 1. Before you start, make sure you’re sitting comfortably. Take your right hand and, tucking the index Read More

Bryonia Alba

Bryonia Alba Bryonia Alba (Bry. or white bryony) Pattern of symptoms: dry mouth and lips, sweat, bitter taste, sore pain, dark face and tongue, dizziness, irritability, slow onset; symptoms are worst around 9pm and after weather changes but better when lying still or on receiving firm pressure. Common uses: joint pain and swelling, broken bones with stitching pain, dry, painful cough, Read More


Buchu Buchu Barosma betulina Source: leaves. Actions: antiseptic, diuretic, antiviral, vasodilator (encourages blood flow to the surface of the skin). Therapeutic uses: traditional remedy of the Khoikhoin people of South Africa for treating urinary infections such as cystitis and urethritis. Also used for prostate inflammation, fluid retention and vaginal thrush. Typical preparation: infusion or liquid tincture from the leaves or Read More

Calc. Fluor – Calcium Fluoride

Calc. fluor Calcium Fluoride   Function: builds elastic tissues of the skin, muscles and blood vessels; is present in teeth enamel and on the surface of bones. Recommended for: muscle weakness, poor circulation, dental decay, poor condition of dental enamel, cracked skin, damaged tendons, ligaments, muscles and bones, varicose veins, constipation, backache, eczema, piles, bleeding gums and chronic sinusitis. Also helps Read More

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