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The Healing Potency Of Sound There is healing in power in the sound you hear. In the beginning was Thought. Thought became Desire, and life came into being, for where Desire is, there is life. Where there is no Desire, there is no life. Desire became Allurement, and Love came into being, for where there is Allurement, there is Love. Where there is no Allurement, there is no Love. Love became...
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The Healing Power of Onion  The prevalence of fibroids, breast cancer and infertility among our women today is alarming. What do we do? Are we to fold our hands and watch our sons and daughters die in pain and desperation? Or are we to once again sit lazily and wait for western thinkers to help us find the solution?  Whenever I think of onion and its many health benefits, I cannot...
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Healing with Carrot Carrot, daucus carota, is a well-known household vegetable. Carrot is native to Eurasia and northern Africa. It belongs to the umbelliferae family of plants, and grows up to 80cm high, with tiny leaves. Both the plant and the root are referred to as carrot. A biennial plant [lasts only for two seasons], carrot grows very well in its first season and stores a surplus of food...
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Malaria: Prevention and Management MALARIA is an infec­tious disease caused by single-celled Plasmodium protists including P. falci­parum, -p vivax, P.malariae, and P. ovale. The parasites are usually transmitted from infected to non­infected people via the bite of female Anopheles mosquitoes; about 60 species of Anopheles can serve as vectors. The parasites take up residence in the victim's red blood cells. The disease is characterized by episodes of chills and fever...
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A Cure in the Garden  Evidently, the trend is changing and changing with the rapidity of a sahel fire. About ten years ago, your mind wonders through the thick foliage of some exotic flowers, in some well-tendered gardens, supervised by some over pampered horticulturalists who trudge languidly with bulging tummies, when conversations about gardens crop up. But now, the story is remarkably different. Courtyard gardens are mushrooming into herbal gardens while...
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