Nutritional Remedies

Blood cleansing

Aryuvedic (possibly)

This remedy has been passed down through the generations. Since my entire ethnicity is Indian, it is highly probably that this is an Aryuvedic remedy. It is used to clean the blood system; hence used for clearing acne, rashes, eczema, and digestive tract. not the most tasty remedy though!

How to Make:

  • 2 tablespoons Epsom Salt,
  • 2 tablespoons Tumeric Powder,
  • 2 tablespoons Neem.
  • Mix together in equal parts, as dry powders.

How to Use:

Take half-a-teaspoon with water and drink every morning before breakfast and after dinner.

Reduce inflamation to reduce health risks

Dr. David Leopold (2005) lists a few health risks that are linked to inflammation: musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction, Alzheimer's disease. colon cancer, and many autoimmune diseases (rheumatoid arthritis, inflammarot bowel disease, lupus, etc.).The Standard American Diet (appropriately abbreviated to SAD), which has spread to UK and other countries, is composed of foods that promote inflammatino in the body. These foods include processed sugars and flours, trans fatty acids (partially hydrogenated oils), nicotine, caffeine, red meat, and alcohol. Avoiding these foods will help reduce inflamation.Some foods will actively reduce inflamation. These foods includes, fruits and vegetables (preferably raw), and whole grains. Get your protein from beans, lentils, fish, and poultry. Foods that are high in antioxidants help reduce free radical damage: berries, tomatoesm carrots, and peppers (colourful produce). Essential Fatty Acids found in flaxseed oil, cod liver oil for 3-6-9 Omega.


Leopold, David (Dr.), 2005. The Pain Practitioner. [printed] Magazine unknown. Accessed Septermber 2007.