Trying to find cheaper, more affordable ways to care for yourself can be difficult, especially when you don't want to try the wrong remedy and cause even more damage to your body.
I created this herbal guide to show you how and why these herbs have stood the test of time and how you can avoid the big pharma trap by taking care of your health at home.
I will show you how to prepare delicious foods that incorporate the best herbs for your ailments and how to use herbs as a remedy for several minor ailments.
To help you take your natural remedy journey to the next level, I'll also share my cookbook containing the 50 delicious recipes I use.
These are the recipes I've developed over the years that completely changed my lifestyle and helped me escape my dependency on generic meds for my blood pressure.
High blood pressure won't be the only problem we'll be remedying. Below, you'll find herbs for over 17 different health problems!
Is your blood sugar often really high in the middle of the night or morning? Do you wake up with constant headaches and nausea?
If your blood sugar is over 140 when you know it shouldn't, then you're experiencing what's called 'the dawn phenomenon.'
It's caused by your liver producing excess glucose while you're asleep. It's a common problem that I've faced, and if it weren't for this remedy, I'd probably still be struggling with headaches and starving myself in the morning.
I'm going to show you how to use just a few tablespoons of apple cider vinegar with cauliflower and a few extra ingredients to create the most effective bedtime remedy for the dawn phenomenon.
I've turned it into a wonderful salad you can eat just before bed. This salad also has up to 8 grams of protein, which is more than enough to help curb your appetite for the rest of the night.
You've probably heard that taking honey for a sore throat is great, but have you tried mixing it with basil and ginger?
I will show you how to turn these ingredients into a powerful herbal tea that you should drink from the first sign of a cold.
The worst path about having a cold is the first day when you're stuck with a scratchy throat. That's what the honey in this remedy is going to help you with.
Ginger and basil help prevent a runny nose and remove phlegm from your throat while your body fights off the virus. This remedy is one of the best for almost any respiratory issue.
Now might be your chance if you've never tried Indonesian cuisine before.
'Tempeh' is a traditional Indonesian food made from fermented soybeans and can add a tasty, nutty flavor to any dish.
If you haven't heard of it before, it's one of the most nutrient-dense foods you'll ever find. Just 3 ounces of tempeh provides up to 15 grams of protein and meets 9% of your daily calcium requirement!
That makes it one of the most sought-after foods for osteoporosis, arthritis, and other bone-related health problems.
I'll be teaching you how to make tempeh with herbs.
Tempeh recipes love adding garlic, not just because it adds so much flavor but because garlic contains allicin, an antibacterial compound found in most medicines.
Anyone can use garlic tempeh to manage their cholesterol. When combined, garlic can reduce the production of blood fats (triglycerides), preventing bad cholesterol from building up in your body.
If you want to try this recipe instead of expensive meds that have the same effect, you can find it on page 37!
If you love hashbrowns, for breakfast then you'll love this recipe.
The only difference is that instead of using baked potatoes, we'll make our hashbrowns from coconut flour, cauliflower rice, and eggs.
We all know cauliflower has health benefits, especially when protecting our immune system. One cup of this vegetable provides up to 58% of our daily vitamin C requirement!
However, the most distinctive ingredient you'll be using in this recipe is chives. This herb contains a rare chemical compound called quercetin.
Quercetin breaks down plaque development in arteries, removing bad cholesterol and preventing atherosclerosis.
This Mediterranean recipe is perfect for you if you're constantly struggling to get your blood pressure down.
Have you ever wondered why people who love fish rarely have problems with their blood pressure?
That's because fresh fish naturally have a low sodium level, and sodium is the real culprit responsible for blood pressure spikes.
But be careful because the fish we usually buy are packed with preservatives that increase their sodium content. I always recommend trying fresh trout or salmon.
Of course, the most essential ingredient in this recipe is an herb, and it's likely growing in your backyard or garden right now! It may look like bay leaves, but it's not.
It's much more nutritious and contains eugenol, an oily liquid that blocks calcium channels.
It works the same way calcium channel blockers and other meds do. Except it's a natural option without the side effects and will taste downright delicious in your Meditteranean trout!
More than 60% of people with high blood pressure also experience high cholesterol. These conditions can lead to cardiovascular disease.
When bad cholesterol (LDL) increases, it builds up in your blood vessels, eventually clogging arteries and forcing your heart to pump blood harder (increasing blood pressure).
Fortunately, you can start using a fruit native to India and the Middle East that's readily available online and can be used to reduce bad cholesterol.
It's been used in Ayurvedic medicine for hundreds of years and can help keep your heart health in check by preventing your body from storing bad cholesterol.
Just one cup of this fresh juice is enough to stop your body's enzyme (HMG-CoA reductase) from forming any bad cholesterol and triglycerides (fat that circulates in your blood).
Find this incredible herb on page 29 (highlighted under - herbs for lowering cholesterol).
Did you know that indigestion can be a side effect of common medications like Aspirin, Ibuprofen, and Naproxen?
But even if you're not on any of those meds, heartburn and indigestion can still happen when we least expect it.
Peppermint contains a compound called menthol that helps relax the muscles of your digestive tract while your body flushes out the excess stomach acid.
It can help with gas, bloating, stomach pain, and even bad breath.
I have a delicious smoothie for you that combines the digestive healing of mint with the insoluble fiber in spinach. Never again fear heartburn, bloating, or constipation.
Find this incredible recipe on page 15 (found inside the cookbook).
The curcumin content of turmeric has an anti-angiogenic property that reduces fat mass while preventing the growth of more fat tissue.
Even a research paper by the NIH supports its use as an alternative remedy.
But simply losing weight isn't enough, as you'd be overwhelmingly hungry and wanting to put all that weight back on. That is why ginger is so important.
Ginger is a natural appetite suppressant. It contains shogaols and gingerols that control how much fat your gut absorbs.
If fat is absorbed more slowly, which is what ginger does, your body will trigger certain hormones that bring about a feeling of fullness.
Enjoy our mouthwatering curried soup and start losing that weight the right way.
Chances are you've come across this plant growing in your backyard, but probably not so much in salads.
It's most often used in pickles, but even then, the pickling process can destroy several essential vitamins for your heart health.
If you already have this herb growing in your backyard, now is an excellent time to start harvesting. It may look like fennel, but it's not. It contains much more vitamin C, iron, manganese, and potassium.
These minerals are essential, especially if you are trying to prevent heart disease or control your blood pressure.
An easy way to add it to your diet is to include it in your salads and some apple cider vinegar.
I've added one of my favorite salad recipes to the cookbook, so if you need inspiration, turn to page 31.
You'll find a delicious salad recipe that you can have with chicken or tofu.
Sunburns and dry or itchy skin are common problems, so why spend hundreds of dollars when you can fix it at home?
It's easy to turn to medications or store-bought gels as the first option for relief, but what if a simple smoothie could provide better results?
Fresh aloe vera juice (not the gels) is a great way to help ease these symptoms without worrying about harsh chemicals or preservatives.
The best bit? It can also act as a skincare remedy, as it's known to help lock in moisture and soothe dry skin areas!
I've prepared a tasty aloe vera juice recipe with pineapple, found inside your Cooking with Herbs for Health cookbook.
I'll show you how to prepare the juice in just 5 minutes! A simple and convenient protocol to keep your skin hydrated and feeling smooth again.
None of us want stressful lives, but unfortunately, the situations we put ourselves into and the amount of work and pressure we take on daily can trigger our stress hormones.
Unfortunately, chronic stress can affect our sleep patterns, food choices, social behavior, and ability to get things done.
This means that without a healthy coping strategy, your stress will consume more and more of your life!
I have spent nearly three years trying to find the perfect herbal remedy that works with the science and can easily fit into your lifestyle. Today, I'm happy to say that I've finally found it!
It turns out that GABA, a neurotransmitter that blocks excessive amounts of cortisol (our stress hormone) from rushing into our bloodstream, is burnt out when we stress for long periods.
The tea I recommend can block the enzyme that breaks down GABA so that more GABA stays in your body, and you start to feel calmer.
Find this impressive herb on page 12 (highlighted under – Herbs for Anxiety), and add this herbal tea to your morning routine.
Growing Herbs for Health
I've added this guide to welcome my new friends. This ebook is just one of the two spectacular gifts I have lined up for you!
I thought it would be convenient if you could grow these medicinal herbs in your backyard instead of sourcing and purchasing them.
So, if you have no clue how to start your garden, this book will teach you…
… how to choose containers with good drainage, how to clean containers, how to improve drainage so that roots don't become waterlogged, how deep you should plant seeds, how to ensure light requirements are adequate when growing indoors, and much more!
While gardening will get simple once you practice enough, one of the questions most people still ask is, "Which medicinal herbs should I grow in my garden"? Of course, the most important herb for you to grow is the one that answers the health problem you have most often.
So all you need to know is the medicinal benefits of each herb, for example, Thyme to boost the immune system or Yarrow to prevent bleeding! I discuss everything in this book.
Let’s start growing your backyard pharmacy!
You’ll also receive a second gift called...
Power Foods for Health
Wouldn’t it be so much easier if you had a simple handbook that you could refer to when trying to find the best foods to eat?
For example, let’s say you find it painful to manage your blood sugar. All you need to do is open this ebook and search for blood sugar, and there you have it – beets pop up! A low GI food for salads.
This book is a go-to for all your ‘What foods can I eat?’ moments. I discuss studies and benefits and explain how each nutrient in these foods can help you with whatever problem you’re currently facing.
I will also show you the most potent superfoods and explain the difference between soluble and insoluble fiber, letting you know when to take which.
You'll have a full 60 days to try our Herbs for Health guide.
If at any time during those 60 days you are not COMPLETELY satisfied with this purchase, send me an email, and I'll give you back every cent. It's as simple as that!
Also, after using this book to take care of your current health, I'll also send you a full refund if you don't end up saving at least $50 on medication!
No questions asked.
That's my guarantee to you.
What People Are Saying About Herbs for Health And Its Incredible Cookbook
I'm beyond grateful for "Herbs for Health." This book has revolutionized the way I approach my health. With its 37 herbal remedies catering to 17 common health concerns, it's a holistic powerhouse. But that's not all – the bonus "Cooking with Herbs for Health" cookbook is a gastronomic adventure. The 50 recipes are not just scrumptious; they're tailored to include the herbs that are best for your health. And the fact that I received both books and two extra gifts for just $29 blows my mind!
Really good reference source for herbal home remedies. The detailed pictures are very helpful when identifying the plants out in my backyard. Every morning I make their amazing curried coconut soup with garlic and ginger. I rarely feel sick since trying it out!!!
- Loy Puckett
A few years ago I was prescribed 11 medications by my doctor! I emailed Eric because I wanted to follow this homeopathic route. He recommended that I try Indian Gooseberry (Amla) to help with my cholesterol. So I thought why not give it a shot? Three years later and I feel like I'm in my 20s again. Whenever my cholesterol spikes I just have a glass of Amla juice. I'm so glad you added it to the book.
- Deborah Griffin
Oregon, Retired pharmacist
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