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Benefits Of Bacopa Leaf Extract? Darrell Miller 10/15/12
Hyssop Darrell Miller 9/3/09
CLEANSING DIET Darrell Miller 7/14/05



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Benefits Of Bacopa Leaf Extract?
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Date: October 15, 2012 11:30 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (dm@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Benefits Of Bacopa Leaf Extract?

Bacopa Leaves

Bacopa, a medicinal herb, is commonly found in marshy locations in India. Ayurvedic health practitioners use the stems and leaves of bacopa for the preparation of extracts, which is an ayurvedic medicine. In India, the bacopa leaf extract is used for curing a number of diseases for the past 1,500 years. Bacopa is also called brahmi, sambrani chettu, water Hyssop, etc. The bacopa leaf extract is highly effective for treating mental problems, epilepsy, asthma, etc. It is also useful for getting relief from depression, anxiety, systolyc blood pressure, palpitation, insomnia, nervousness, memory span, mental fatigue, etc.

Bacopa Leaf Extract and Dementia

Studies show that bacopa leaf extract is highly effective for people with dementia. These patients experience memory problems, impaired movement, difficulty to speak, etc. Bacopa leaf extract is effective for improving cognitive and neurological functions, and memory.

Bacopa Leaf Extract and Parkinson's Disease

As per the findings of University of Maryland Medical Center, bacopa leaf extract can be used for treating people with Parkinson's disease. This disease mainly affects chemicals in your brain. Therefore, it creates problems such as depression, cognitive impairment, etc. By improving the blood circulation to the brain, bacopa leaf extract helps to enhance cognitive function, neurological function and mood.

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Hyssop
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Date: September 03, 2009 12:33 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (dm@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Hyssop

The Hyssop plant is a genus of about ten to twelve species of herbaceous or semi-woody plants in the Lamiaceae family. These plants are native to the east Mediterranean and to central Asia. They are aromatic and have erect branched stems up to 60 centimeters in length and covered with fine hairs at the tips. The leaves are about two to five centimeters long. The plant possesses small blue flowers that grow on the upper part of the branches during the summer.

Hyssop tea was used in ancient Babylon to reduce fever and for sore throats, colds, lung infections, and eye infections. Hyssop was recommended by Hippocrates for pleurisy. The word Hyssop is of Greek origin, and means “holy herb.” The Bible even contains references to Hyssop, but the actual identity of the plant is in question. More than two thousand years ago, Jewish priests used Hyssop to cleanse the temple. Hyssop was also used to reduce perspiration and to treat dropsy and jaundice during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Colonists brought Hyssop to the New World, using it to treat colds and chest congestion.

This herb is most often used for lung ailments and fevers. Hyssop is extremely useful in lung disorders. Among these include bronchitis, chest congestion, hay fever, tuberculosis, and asthma. The herb also helps relax and expel phlegm from the lungs and relieve coughing. Hyssop helps promote sweating, which expels toxins through the skin. The leaves of the plant grow a mold which produces penicillin and may contribute to the herb’s healing abilities. Hyssop also contains essential oils that can help build resistance to infectious disease. The leaves of Hyssop can be applied directly to a wound to stop infection and promote healing. Hyssop is generally found in a combination with other herbs.

This herb is a member of the mint family. It is believed to aid in digestion and also help relieve gas. History has a long history of use as a body purifier. The herb is able to strengthen the immune system. It also works as a blood pressure regulator. Some of the volatile oils that are found in Hyssop may actually be responsible for its use in treating sore throats and also as an expectorant. Hyssop is thought to be effective for mild irritations. The herb has also been studied for the treatment of herpes simplex virus. It has been found to inhibit the growth of the virus. This can be attributed most likely to the tannin content.

The entire Hyssop herb is used to provide carminative, diaphoretic, expectorant, febrifuge, galactagogue, pectoral, and stimulant properties. The primary nutrients found in this herb are Diosmine, flavonoids, marrubin, and tannins. Primarily, Hyssop is extremely beneficial in dealing with congestion, coughs, hay fever, absent lactation, lung ailments, excessive mucus, phlegm, wheezing, and worms.

Additionally, this herb is very helpful in treating asthma, high blood pressure, bronchitis, bruises, intestinal catarrh, cuts, ear ailments, edema, epilepsy, fevers, hoarseness, jaundice, kidney problems, lice, sore throat, and spleen ailments. In order to obtain additional information on the many beneficial effects provided by Hyssop, please feel free to contact a representative from your local health food store with questions.

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CLEANSING DIET
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Date: July 14, 2005 05:05 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (dm@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: CLEANSING DIET

CLEANSING DIET

  • *A few days or weeks before beginning a cleansing diet, it is a good idea to eat only whole grains, fresh fruits and vegetables to prepare the body. *Eliminate all processed foods, coffee, tea, sugar, alcohol, tobacco and red meat.
  • *Add some of the cleansing herbs, combinations of herbs or cleansing herbal teas. A cleansing diet could consist of the following:
  • *Herbs to aid the cleansing
  • *First day eat fruit such as apples, berries, watermelon, pears, cherries and apricots. Do not eat bananas.
  • *Second day drink all the herbal teas you want. Some suggestions are chamomile, raspberry, spearmint, Hyssop, pau d’arco, and red clover blends.
  • *Third day eat all the vegetables you want. Eat them raw or steamed.
  • *Fourth day make a pan of vegetable broth using cauliflower, cabbage, onion, green pepper, parsley or whatever is on hand. Season with natural or vegetable salt.

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