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Herbs not drugs: What You Really Need When You’re Feeling Under The Weather


HerbsWritten by A. Page

The modern world has everyone turning to the pharmacy for cures to the simplest ailments. It’s a lot easier to pop a pill than it is to read a book, but that doesn’t mean you should. Most aches and pains are our bodies telling us we’re lacking in vitamins. Replenishing these minerals and vitamins in our system, is a healthier cure for feeling under the weather. Things caused by nature, can often be cured by nature. Take a look:

  • Nausea or Morning Sickness? Ginger.
  • Stuffy nose or sore throat? Echinacea, licorice, marshmallow, mullien.
  • Toothache? Goldenseal, astragulus, and echinacea.
  • Muscle pain? Capsicum and wintergreen plants.
  • Menstrual Cramps? Kava, raspberry, and chasteberry.
  • Indigestion? Chamomile, ginger, and peppermint.
  • Fatigue? Cocoa, caffeine, eleutheroccocus, ginseng, rhodiola, and tea.
  • Heavy Cough? Eucalyptus.

Try Herbs Not Drugs

Medicinal herbs have been used for thousands of years and often provide a safer remedy to common ailments. Beyond their health attributes, cutting back on pharmaceuticals will assure when you really need them, they can assist. Too many people depend heavily on factory-made drugs for their everyday aches and pain, which leads them to possibly addictive and harmful prescriptions when the DayQuil just won’t work. Next time you’re experiencing these common ailments, take a trip to the grocery store.

 

Editor’s Disclaimer:  This article is not intended to treat, cure, or diagnose any medical condition.  Always seek the advice of medical professional first.

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Americans Are Asking Would President Obama Send His Children To Liberia


Obama Send His Children To Liberia

President Obama has shocked many Americans by announcing as a part of his administration’s Ebola Virus-response strategy, that the U.S. government is deploying as many as three thousand troops to the African nation of Liberia.

Read: Obama Sending 3,000 Troops Into Ebola Danger Zone 

 

Americans Are Asking Would President Obama Send His Children To Liberia

The official statement from White House stated that a Joint Force Command headquarter in Monrovia is to provide command to control support to U.S. military activities. This is a statement with all the troubles that are currently taking place; the American people did not want to hear.

Liberia is among the hardest hit nations from the recent outbreak of Ebola cases. U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) has already issued warnings to its personnel to avoid nonessential travel to Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia.

Sources reveal that combat soldiers and marines are ready to provide any assistance asked of them. It is believed that most of the assistance will be logistics and medial support through the building of hospitals. Official reports confirmed that military engineers on site would help to build makeshift hospitals in Liberia, which will treat infected health care workers.

However, concerns have been raised over the Ebola prevention. Obama told the members of the press that not acting swiftly enough could result in increased risk of the virus in the rest of the world including the United States. But the move could overshadow an equally pressing campaign against ISis, experts say.

According to the reports from the World Health Organization, the current Ebola Virus outbreak has infected at least 4,900 Africans and cause at least, 400 deaths.

Ebola prevention, without a shadow of doubt is one of the most perilous contemporary global crises. However, with President Obama reducing the armed forces numbers and with the armed forces being overstretched as it is, and with parents and families worried about their loved ones, is this really the right move?

Many parents have asked, with the risk to their sons and daughters and the possibility of them catching the deadly virus, would President Obama who is asking these brave men and women to help with this serious problem, would he send his children to a place that carries such a huge risk?