A.Vogel Herbal Remedies
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Shuddering at the thought of Santa, sherry and stockings notwithstanding?
If your ‘To Do’ list already stretches several times around the block, the advent of the merry months of festivities can be more conducive to despair than delight. A little strategising and a few cunning plans, though, and you could be sailing into 2013 feeling as if the elves were actually on your side. Continue reading >
An International Conference held in London on 27th and 28th September 2012 saw an impressive gathering of scientists involved in research into viral infections and other scientific areas, discussing the implications of newly published research on an extract of freshly harvested Echinacea purpurea known as Echinaforce® drops. Continue reading >
There’s nothing worse than a romantic interlude being destroyed by a budding cold sore. Ensure that your Valentine’s Day goes without a tingle of the wrong sort by countering any potential outbreaks.
My old friend and teacher, Alfred Vogel, often said that stress on the nervous system can affect almost every part of our body and is at the root of many of our modern-day ailments. Today, we know that there are an almost overwhelming number of factors that can contribute to the build-up of everyday stress.
The central nervous system takes a great deal of the strain both physically and emotionally when pressures are building. Physically it means headaches, muscle tension, upset digestion and fatigue; emotionally, jumpy, irritable behaviour, mood swings and sleep disturbances. Feeding the central nervous system with magnesium and vitamin B, which are both vital and used up extremely quickly in stressful situations, will minimise knotted muscles and irritation.