How Much Can You Safely Drink?
Posted 15 April 2012 - 04:33 PM
Anyone know how to find out?
Posted 15 April 2012 - 05:44 PM
Posted 15 April 2012 - 06:27 PM
Where words and actions disagree, the heart is revealed.
Look how often the unexpected happens... and we still don't expect it.
Posted 16 April 2012 - 06:51 AM
This is why we always say : Don't be afraid to ask as some of us can learn as well.
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Posted 20 April 2012 - 06:57 PM
Posted 20 April 2012 - 07:33 PM
Usually I don't run into a doctor that refuses to at least will consider the affects an herb can have for a certain condition.
I like The Herb Book because it does give proper explanations, definitions and uses medical terminology on the affects an herb and they are all clearly listed . It also has great descriptions of the shapes of each plant part. Very exact. All the proper terms to help with identification.
what the differences are with infusions, decoctions and such things in how you would prepare it. Because they do vary.
good luck with your doctor.
I also am trying to learn what our typical foods can simply do for nutrients and such. And I don't go in for the expensive hyped stuff on supplement mixes. They are simply helping me get back to a better situation in managing my health, but I am really choosy about it and take time to see how the singular choices affect me before adding anything else. I won't even touch herbs that are very powerful or not recommended with very very careful usage by someone very knowledgeable.
But I definitely agree sometimes they can conflict or you need to be cautious with accompanying various medications so it is nice to see you are studying up on it. Also , prior to surgeries there may be a need to stop something, especially those that thin the blood out.
If you are going to have to have EMS help, ( ever) they also need a list because they may have to apply medication, that can conflict also. A ziploc bag with a list, taped on the inside of the door they are likely to come in is handy for them to grab and see. Update as needed, or some other easy to find safe place you know it wont disappear from. Meds and herbs list. Its just easier to remember if its on the back of the door. for me anyhow.
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