Back Pain

 Back Pain Causes and symptoms Back pain may be acute or a chronic, dull ache and may radiate, for example, down the legs. It may be worsened by certain movements or inactivity. Most people develop back pain after straining the muscles and ligaments that support the spine and the facet joints that connect the vertebrae (back bones). This is Read More

Beech

Beech Beech   Intolerance Remedy for: those who feel the need to see more good and beauty in all that surrounds them. And, although much appears to be wrong, to have the ability to see the good growing within. So as to be able to be more tolerant, lenient and understanding of the different way each individual and all things Read More

Belladonna

Belladonna Belladonna (Bell. or deadly nightshade)   Pattern of symptoms: sudden appearance and disappearance of symptoms, violent throbbing pain, dilated pupils, sweat, shock; symptoms worsened by movement and often worst around 3am and 3pm. Common uses: burning fever in children, throbbing headaches, swollen glands, intolerance to light, fever associated with chickenpox, measles, mumps or scarlet fever, sunstroke, teething and sore Read More

Bergamot

Bergamot Bergamot   Citrus bergamia Properties: A powerful antiseptic, diuretic, antitoxic, deodorant and insecticide. Usage What it’s good for Massage or compress Skin complaints (acne or oily skin), cellulite, chest infections and sore throats. It can relieve the pain associated with shingles and chickenpox and can be used as an insect repellent. Added to bathwater or vaporiser/burner Alleviates feelings of Read More

Bioflavonoids

Bioflavonoids Bioflavonoids   Uses in the body: assist with the uptake and use of vitamin C in the body and help to maintain the integrity of the walls of blood vessels. Some are also potent antioxidants. Sources: this group of organic pigments (originally referred to as vitamin P) occur naturally in plants. They include anthocyanidins, rutin, quercetin, hesperidin, myricetin, nobiletin, Read More

Biotin

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

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