Rampp-Team.com Is Now Part Of TheHerbProf.com

TheHerbProf.com is a treasure trove of knowledge for those interested in natural healing and herbal remedies. The website is run by Paul Johnston MD. A naturopathic who has not only received extensive education in the field but also has personal experience in self-healing.

Over the years, Rampp-Team has been an invaluable resource for many herbalists, health enthusiasts, and the wellness community. Unfortunately, the original website no longer exists. But now Rampp-Team website is a part of TheHerbProf.com – the go-to resource for the wellness community.

There are a ton of synergies between all the articles we’ve posted over the years. We are also excited to meet new visitors & readers.

The deal, which was finalized on July 25, 2023, is expected to enhance TheHerbProf’s offerings and capabilities in providing high-quality health education and services to its customers.

Additionally, we share a lot of our experiences with various herbal remedies, health assessments & everything related to wellness:

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The Wonders of Super Green Foods: Nature's Nutrient Boost

Super Green Foods: The Ultimate Nutritional Powerhouses

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

Digestive Enzymes: Your Food's Best Friends

Digestive Enzymes: Your Food’s Best Friends

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

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Red Clover: A Natural Solution for Hormonal Balance

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

Exploring Juniper Berries (Juniperus Communis): Nature's Tiny Marvels

Juniper Berries: Nature’s Tiny Marvels.

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

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Olive Leaf Extract: Mediterranean Miracle Diet

Olive Leaf Extract. Antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, antiparasitic, and antioxidant, are just some of the labels that identify this herb and its many healing powers. Olive trees have been cultivated for over 3,000 years. The Egyptians regarded the olive leaf as a symbol of heavenly power. The winners of the original Greek Olympics were crowned with … Read more

References – Rampp-Team

Little Herb Encyclopedia, by Jack Ritchason; N.D., Woodland Publishing Incorporated, 1995
The Ultimate Healing System, Course Manual, Copyright 1985, Don Lepore
Planetary Herbology, Michael Tierra, C.A., N.D., Lotus Press, 1988
Handbook of Medicinal Herbs, by James A. Duke, Pub. CRP Second Edition 2007
The Complete Medicinal Herbal, by Penelope Ody, Published by Dorling Kindersley

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