Sunday, 4 June 2017


          There are a wide variety of healing methods that are not generally accepted by practitioners of conventional medicine. These are generally known as traditional medicine and alternative medicine. In developing countries the majority of the populations rely on traditional medicine for their health needs. In poor areas many cannot afford conventional medical treatments, while other people simply prefer traditional methods.
         Alternative forms of medicine are also thriving in wealthy countries. Among the most popular types of alternative treatment are acupuncture, chiropractic, homeopathy, naturopathy, and herbal medicine. Some of these practices have been scientifically studied and proved beneficial for certain a condition, the effectiveness of certain methods, however, has not been adequately established.

         The increased popularity of alternative types of medicine has raised some safety concerns. In many countries such healing therapies are not regulated. This provides an environment where harmful self-medication, counterfeit products, and quackery can thrive. Although being well-intentioned, friends and relatives lacking sufficient training often become self-appointed practitioners. All of this has resulted in adverse reactions and other health hazards.

      In several countries where regulations are in place, alternative forms of therapies are gaining acceptance in the conventional medical community and are offered by medical doctors. Still, there seems to be no valid claim that these methods will ever bring about a world without sickness.  




 [1] ORANGE AND GRAPE FRUITS: Have very high content of vitamin C. They are infection fighter. Good for stress of all kind.

[2] HONEY: The purest honey is the natural honey which the pollen that contains it is not removed. And the use of diluted honey causes serious side effect. Therefore effort should be made to get an undiluted honey. Modern scientist has discovered that honey contains important ingredients such as:
    [a] ACIDS; citrus acid, folic acid, nicotine acid.
    [b] CARBONDINDES; Antotace, fruitose, glucose, protease.
    [c] MINERAL; Calcium, copper, iodine, iron, magazine, nickel, phosphorus, potassium, silver, sulphur, sodium, zinc.
   [d] VITAMINS; A, B1, B2, B12, C4 and K.

 [3] GARLIC: Garlic is a natural antibiotic which protects us from infection, detoxifies the body of poison and strengthens the blood vessels. Researchers have found out that garlic is active against bacteria, virus and fungi. Garlic is very rich in calcium, iodine, potassium, phosphorus, protein, silicon, sugar, sulphur, vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, and C.

 [4] ONION; Same as garlic. But intake of both garlic and onion with enough water before going to bed, helps to neutralize dehydration cause by any disease when you wake up.