To my greatest surprise, for the first time in years I have my period without any pain or mood swings! Not only that, I usually have mid cycle pain a few days before my ovulation and throughout out my ovulation.
Surprisingly this month I didn' ...Read More
Just wanted to let you known that i started my period today! I have period pain but i don't care!!!
I took the contraceptive pill for 15 years. Stopped about 30 years old. It took ...Read More
Herbal Antibiotic is a powerful ally for the body's fight against disease. This formula brings together herbs that are famous in Chinese Herbal Medicine for combating pathogens. Herbs included in the formula have demonstrated strong antibiotic, anti-parasitic, anti-viral effects in modern laboratory research. The combination of these herbs is very gentle and safe, yet very effective. In addition, preparations of these herbs have proven to be effective in treating some bacteria that have become resistant to pharmaceutical drugs such as streptomycin, chlorhenicol and oxtetracycline hydrochloride.
If you have a cold and your mucus begins to turn color (yellow or green), you may have a bacterial infection. Start Herbal Antibiotic immediately. Also, if you have an intense sore throat or high fever this is the correct formula, especially if combined with Stop It Cold!. Herbal Antibiotic is a great help if your colds tend to head straight to your chest. It works as a first stage defense against bronchitis.
Do not take Herbal Antibiotic if you are having chills, or diarrhea.
Remember, if you have a high fever that does not break, or a lingering cough, be sure to check with your doctor.
Are you confused about what you have? Is it a cold or the flu? Find out here.
A benefit of herbal treatment is that disease-causing virus and bacteria are less likely to become resistant to herbs. ''Most drugs contain just one active ingredient. Herbs are chemically complex. They have not just one, but many active ingredients, so it's harder for bacteria to develop resistance to their activity.'' - F. Jones, Rocky Mountain center for Botanical Studies, Boulder, CO.