Alum Root, also known as cranesbill or wild geranium, can be used in many ways but it’s most widely known for its use as a powerful astringent and antiseptic. Read on to discover the many benefits of maca root of this wonderful herb and suggestions for its use.
WebMD reports that it does work for hormonal imbalance and that it’s safe to use; there are no dangerous side effects. They also say that maca root powder contains iron, magnesium, selenium and calcium.
In an atmosphere burner, drop 1 tablespoon of fragrant potpourri in the container filled with water. Turn the candle under the stove and let the aromas circulate in the room.
GLA and Vitamin Bmaca root powderare connected to mood memory and general energy vitality. Many people believe that low B-12 levels for long periods of time is actually the cause of “old age” symptoms–fatigue, memory loss, confusion, etc.
Most people are used to scenarios where they have an ill or feel unwell and they go to the doctor and get a pill. It is just the way most of us are brought up. For little things, we might try natural methods but for anything serious, we are told that doctors know best and we should approach our disease seriously or it will get worse! It is hard to explain to someone that toxins cause disease or that we can heal the body by supplying it with what it needs through natural methods, when they simply don’t have this point of reference. It is a completely different mindset and one that is incredibly hard to convey. I can vouch for that one!
Consider 50 percent a teaspoon of fennel seeds and chew them little by little after your meals. Fennel seed is known to suppress spasms of the abdomen or gastrointestinal tract.
I know it can be hard sometimes in the world of natural healing. It can be quite isolating in certain circles! Thing is, we are all little health advocates, doing our little part in spreading the word about what works, just by having the healing benefits work on us!