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Feverfew has been studied and found effective for the prevention of migraine headaches, reducing the number of headaches suffered by as much as 70 percent, or reducing the pain and controlling the nausea commonly experienced with such headaches.

Cleavers is a powerful and restorative herb for the lymphatic system; cleavers is beneficial in helping swollen glands, tonsillitis and adenoid problems. Internally and externally, it is effective in the treatment of inflammations including relieving skin conditions, rashes and burns.

Echinacea is a "preventative" herb. Not used in any modern commercial drugs today but it is heralded by many herbalists as one of the very best blood purifiers and an effective antibiotic. It is a broad based infection fighter, and it is considered an immune system stimulant which increases production of infection fighting T cells.

Coffee is America's most popular herbal beverage; it combats drowsiness, temporarily boosts athletic performance, eases congestion due to colds and flu, prevents asthma attacks and enhances the pain-relieving effects of aspirin. Also, in a study, green and black tea appeared protective against fatty arterial plaque buildup.

Health, Fitness & Wellness Are Very Important to Seniors

Today, and for most of our lives, we have had a completely different outlook from the previous generations, we are more active, more demanding, and we have a longer life expectancy. Better known as The Baby Boomers. Now it is our turn to relax and enjoy the fruits of our labors.


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