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Healing Herbs for the respiratory system

Herbs are versatile. I chose this description, because versatile means competent in many areas and able to turn with ease from one thing to another. Herbs contain chemical compounds which are useful to treat multiple conditions. Many herbs fit into more than one category, because they have more than one specific effect on the body.
An herb can be a great expectorant as well as helping to reduce cholesterol level or regulate blood sugar. Can be used to treat the flu as well as to combat other diseases which caused by viruses. Can be a very effective expectorant as well as to strengthen your immune system.
You will find notes with each recommended herb that tell you the effectiveness and properties of each particular herb. So many

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  1. Anonymous says:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Nice balance between conventional-medical and alternative-herbal treatments, August 15, 2011
    Jim Lowrance (Oklahoma, USA) –
    This review is from: Healing Herbs for the respiratory system (Kindle Edition)

    This “Versatile Herbs” book by Erika M. Szabo ND, is truly amazing because she has gone to the extent of researching the interactions these often very helpful herbs, can have when combined with prescribed pharmaceutical treatments. In many natural and alternative treatments books I have read, this element is missing but this author has demonstrated respect for her readers in adding these type precautions. Her lists of herbs that can have healing effects on respiratory illnesses, is quit comprehensive and readers who use them, taking any precautions she lists for them, can expect positive results. I personally have always been a believer in the healing effects of natural and alternative treatments, such as herbals but I have also recognized that prescribed medications are sometimes a necessity as well. I feel Erika’s book has struck a very nice balance between conventional-medical and alternative-herbal treatments for common respiratory illnesses in this well-written book.

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