Category Archives: Herbal

BACH FLOWER REMEDIES: CRAB APPLE – MRS MALHOTRA’S & MR. SHAM LAL’S CASES

Mrs Malhotra was just leaving with her husband to attend an evening party when looking back from the door-step she noticed that a picture on the opposite wall was slightly tilted to one side. She immediately walked back in the room, hurriedly collected a stool, climbed up to set the picture “right”. She slipped and […]

POLLEN – TIREDNESS AND LOW BLOOD PRESSURE

Experiments have shown that pollen has a strong action on the human sex glands and, through them, on all the endocrine glands. People who always feel tired and weary are able to get rid of this tiredness by taking a teaspoon of pollen in the morning with their breakfast. Pollen is excellent for low blood […]

VARIOUS DIETS AND TREATMENTS – THE POTATO AS A REMEDY (SOLANIN)

Old potatoes should have their sprouts carefully removed because they contain a poisonous substance called solanin. These sprouts should neither be fed to animals nor used as food or as a remedy. If you prepare juice from fresh potatoes, or from old ones after removing the sprouts very carefully, do not be afraid that the […]

VARIOUS DIETS AND TREATMENTS – THE MYSTERY SOLVED (PUZZLING QUESTION)

The puzzling question was ‘How do this and similar rivers get their strange colour?’ The answer is quite simple: there is either red or yellow clay dissolved in the water, thus colouring the water accordingly, or they contain marshy soil and are black as a result. I can well imagine that Sebastian Kneipp would have […]

TERRA SILICEA PURIFICATA (SILICA) – INTRODUCTION

This fine remedy is valued in biochemistry as much as it is in homoeopathy, and I will try to describe its most important uses as briefly as possible. Silicea is used for suppuration of every kind, but only when it has established itself properly or is already dispersing. In the early stage Hepar sulph. 4x […]

A SELECTION OF MEDICINAL HERBS – SEA ONION OR SQUILL {SCILLA, URGINEA MARITIME) (INTRODUCTION)

Along the shores of the Mediterranean, more specifically the blue waters of Greece by the Peloponnesian peninsula, an extraordinary plant is found. It shoots up out of the dry ground on a stem more than a metre (3 feet) high and is crowned with a dense spike of small white flowers. The stem has no […]