I want to get right to the point here. There is a basic law of nature when it comes to the absorption of vitamins and nutrition in the human or animal digestive system. We as humans and all animals for that matter, depend completely on plants like corn, lettuce, apples, and so on for our … Read more
Earth’s Nutrition Story My experience with Earth’s Nutrition super green foods started when I was cleansing and detoxing. I took at least one scoop three times a day while fighting the cancer. When I noticed that a healing crisis (the body expelling toxins causes flu-like symptoms) was taking place, I would increase the amount of Earth’s Nutrition to speed up … Read more
What are Enzymes Science has a difficult time here because this is new territory and enzymes are not easily explained. Some of the roots of life are here and it is really difficult to put into scientific terms. Digestive enzymes are energized protein molecules that provide the catalyst for life force. The force that they … Read more
Trifolium Pratense Red clover has at least 400 years of empirical history where people used this herb to cure such diseases as cancer and those mentioned below. When Red Clover was introduced into America, it was quickly absorbed by the American Indian cultures who realized its medicinal uses internally and externally. Three Leaves Ancients called … Read more
Juniperus Communis The top herb for the urinary system is the Juniper Berry. Juniper Berries. For best results, the berries should be blue to purple in color, and when chewed or squashed it should smell like gin. Many berries sold are brown, dried-up, and dead and will not be either diuretic or disinfectant. History – Hunter … Read more
Olive leaf extract is a powerful supplement that has been used for thousands of years for its various health benefits. Extracted from the leaves of the olive tree, this natural supplement contains powerful antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds that can help support the immune system, lower blood pressure and cholesterol, and even prevent diabetes and cancer. … Read more
Ailments: Your Herbal Compass on The Herb Prof
Ever wondered how our home, The Herb Prof, and our Ailments category are intertwined? Let’s find out!
Firstly, both are your guides on the herbal healing journey. The Herb Prof is your general map, while the Ailments category is your detailed guide for specific health issues.
Secondly, they complement each other like sun and soil! The Herb Prof provides a broad overview of herbal wisdom, while the Ailments category dives deep into specific health concerns.
Health: Your Herbal Haven on The Herb Prof
Let me show you how our The Herb Prof, and our Health category are interlinked. Let’s unravel this!
Firstly, both are your trusty companions on the journey to herbal wellness. The Herb Prof is your holistic guide, while the Health category is your detailed roadmap for specific wellness goals.
Secondly, they complement each other like roots and leaves! The Herb Prof offers a panoramic view of herbal wisdom, while the Health category zooms in on specific wellness aspects.
So, while you’re navigating The Herb Prof, don’t forget to visit the Health category.
Herbs: Your Green Guide on The Herb Prof
The Herb Prof, and our Herbs category are also interconnected. I know it’s obvious but both are your green guides on the path to herbal knowledge. The Herb Prof is your encyclopedia, while the Herbs category is your detailed herb dictionary.
They complement each other like soil and water! The Herb Prof provides a broad spectrum of herbal wisdom, while the Herbs category focuses on individual herbs.
So, while you’re leafing through The Herb Prof, don’t forget to check out the Herbs category. It’s like having a personal botanist at your service! Happy herb exploring!
The information presented herein by The Herb Prof is intended for educational purposes only. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent disease. Individual results may vary, and before using any supplements, it is always advisable to consult with your own healthcare provider.