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15 February 2018 at 09:43 (Greenwich mean time)


Home-made remedies


How to make  compresses, infusions, ointments, poultices, syrups, teas and tinctures easily at home.


Thieves oil


In the 15th century, spice traders and merchants, who were also the pharmacists of the day, traded spices such as cinnamon and cloves from India across Europe. When the bubonic plague struck, international shipping and trade stopped, and the spice traders needed a way to support themselves. They invented a concoction of herbs and essential oils in a base of vinegar and would douse their body with this before they went out looting the plague-ridden dead bodies of boots, clothes and jewellery etc. to trade for food and money. Read more


14 February 2018 at 09:50 (Greenwich mean time)


Wild lettuce (Lactuca virosa)


This species of lettuce has powerful opiate-like properties which have been used as a natural analgesic by ancient Arab, Greek and Roman physicians, botanists and researchers including Avicenna, Dioscorides and Pliny the Elder. Read more


13 February 2018 at 07:41 (Greenwich mean time)


Shatavari (Asparagus racemosa)


Shatavari is similar to European asparagus but has been used medicinally for centuries in Ayurveda as an aid for the reproductive system, particularly for females, and as a support for the digestive system. It is especially useful for the prevention and treatment of gastric ulcers and dyspepsia (indigestion). Read more


Gaiacwood resin (Guaiacum officinale)


The guaiacwood is a species of tree in the caltrop family, Zygophyllaceae, that is native to the Caribbean and the northern coast of South America.  It is an evergreen tree that grows to around 60 feet tall and its flower is the national flower of Jamaica. Its resin is used medicinally. Read more


09 February 2018 at 23:53 (Greenwich mean time)


A-Z of Household Hazards


Human beings are now living in a self-brewed toxic soup and are being exposed daily to thousands of toxic compounds in the form of inorganic chemicals and toxic metals. They are in the air we breathe, the foods we eat, the water we drink and bathe in, as well as drugs, vaccines, cleaning products, cosmetics, paints, solvents, glues, herbicides, pesticides and fertilisers to name but a few. Due to this constant exposure, the human body is now storing between 400 and 800 of these toxic metals and chemicals. They accumulate in fat cells, major organs such as the liver, kidneys and brain; in glands such as the thyroid and adrenals; the bones and throughout the central nervous system. Read more


09 February 2018 at 23:53 (Greenwich mean time)


Bdellium gum


The medicinal properties of bdellium gum and the health disorders it can help to treat.


Seoul virus (SEOV)


The seoul virus is a a rodent-borne hantavirus infection that came from Norway rats (Rattus norvegicus) who are primary hosts of the virus and were introduced to port cities by the shipping trade and has since become established in most urban areas as well as rural places worldwide wherever rats are present. There have now been cases of humans being infected from pet rats. Read more


08 February 2018 at 02:29 (Greenwich mean time)


Serine (amino acid)


Serine is an important amino acid for the proper functioning of the brain and nervous system and is involved with many other important processes in the body. Read more


Asparagine (amino acid)


The body produces some asparagine naturally and the rest comes from many types of foods. It has been discovered that an aggressive form of breast cancer relies upon asparagine to spread but, because it is so prolifically found in foods and is necessary for so many important processes in the body, it is impossible to avoid consumption. Read more


07 February 2018 at 00:12 (Greenwich mean time)


Omega-3 fatty acids


Fatty acids used to be known as vitamin F but were then re-categorised as fats. Fatty acids are often ignored in a world obsessed with dieting. Fat is every bit as important in the diet as any other nutrients. Some important nutrients are fat-soluble and need to be consumed alongside fatty foods in order to be absorbed and utilised. Read more


05 February 2018 at 22:30 (Greenwich mean time)


Sexual health


With Valentine's day almost upon us, here are some natural foods, herbs and spices and nutrients that can enhance your mood, energy levels and sex drive. Read more




Citrulline is one of the three main amino acids in the urea cycle, along with arginine and ornithine. Once it passes the liver and intestines, it goes to the kidneys to be turned into arginine. It is an important nutrient for healthy sexual function. Read more


31 January 2018 at 17:04 (Greenwich mean time)


Natural sports nutrition


Natural performance enhancing food and nutrients and natural ways to rehydrate and recover quickly from intense physical exertion. Read more


31 January 2018 at 17:04 (Greenwich mean time)


The human nervous system


Their functions and natural remedies for damaged or malfunctioning nerves. Any health condition that ends with 'itis' means it is inflammatory. Pain and inflammation messages are sent to the brain via the nerves and, when nerves are damaged or pinched, the pain can become unbearable as those that have suffered with sciatica and back pain know well. The eyes and mouth have particularly sensitive nerves to protect them from damage as anyone with toothache or mouth ulcers or a foreign object  in the eye will know. Read more


Pain and inflammation


Pain and inflammation is the body's natural response to make a person aware there is an adverse condition developing that needs immediate attention and should not be ignored. Dulling pain by the use of pain medications without resolving the underlying root cause can lead to more serious damage. The diet is particularly important as many foods contain compounds that are either inflammatory or anti-inflammatory. Read more


29 January 2018 at 06:28 (Greenwich mean time)


Dementia and Alzheimer's disease


Dementia is the word for a group of symptoms caused by disorders that affect the brain. It is not a specific disease.  Dementia literally means loss of mentation or thinking. Though Alzheimer’s disease is the most common, many different diseases can cause dementia. Read about the latest scientific discoveries for Alzheimer's disease


29 January 2018 at 06:28 (Greenwich mean time)


Trichinella spiralis (roundworm parasite)


Trichinella spiralis can infect bears, horses, humans, pigs and rodents. Trichinosis can be contracted by eating undercooked or raw pork infected with these parasites. Cysts are present in infected pork and once eaten the immature roundworms are released and can travel to human muscles. They burrow into the larynx, chest, abdomen, jaw and upper arm and cause tender calcified cysts in muscles and fever. Read more


28 January 2018 at 13:15 (Greenwich mean time)


Tapeworms (Dipylidium caninum, Hymenolepsis nana, Taenia saginata, Taenia solium, Vampirolepis nana parasites)


Dipylidiidae, proglottids of the adult worm have genital pores on both sides which gives them the name double-pore tapeworm. Transmitted through infected food, a tapeworm attaches itself to its victim's intestine with hooks on its head or scolex. They mature over three to four months, during which time the reproductive organs develop. Tapeworms can survive for up to 25 years in humans. Their eggs are excreted in faeces and can survive on vegetation, where they are then consumed by cattle or pigs and passed on to humans. Read more


Roundworms (Ascariasis lumbricoides, Strongyloides stercoralis, parasite)


Roundworms are the largest of the intestinal nematodes affecting humans, growing to 15-35 centimetres in length. They are transferred by ingestion. The eggs hatch and quickly penetrate the intestinal wall, where they enter the bloodstream. From there, the roundworm makes its way to the lungs, from where it is coughed up and swallowed, returning it to the gut. Read more


Pinworms (Enterobius vermicularis, parasite, threadworms)


Pinworms, also known as threadworms, are a common human parasite, causing enterobiasis. Adult females range from eight to 13 millimetres in length and have a long, pin-shaped posterior, for which the worm is named. Pinworms mate by traumatic insemination - the male stabs the female with his penis - after which the male dies. They make their home in the host's intestines, but unlike many parasites they do not pass into the blood and cannot survive in other parts of the body for any length of time. Read more


Lancet flukes (Dicrocoelium dendriticum parasite)


To evidence the presence of flukes in humans a blood test will reveal an elevated white blood cell (eosiniphil) count. This is only a general indicator that the host may have other parasites such as roundworm, hookworm, toxocara, pinworms and strongyloides. Even certain drugs will raise the white blood cell count. Many doctors dismiss the elevated eosiniphil count as being caused by allergies, not realising that the primary allergen is the parasite itself. Read more


Hookworms (Necator americanus parasite)


Hookworm larvae are found in the warm, moist soil of tropical and subtropical regions and also in the south-eastern US. They can be acquired by eating food contaminated with human faeces or can enter the body directly through the skin where they travel through the blood stream to the lungs and throat where they are swallowed to end up in the small intestine. Read more


27 January 2018 at 23:28 (Greenwich mean time)


Giardia lamblia and giardiasis


Giardia lamblia is a flagellated protozoan parasite. It lives and reproduces in the intestine, causing an infection of the small intestine known as giardiasis. When it takes up residence in a human's gut, it results in inflammation and and other damage, reducing the gut's ability to absorb nutritrients and causes diarrhoea. Read more


Flat worm blood fluke infections


Schistosomiasis is at present the world's second most prevalent infectious disease, second only to malaria. The Schistosoma flatworm is responsible for the second most common parasitic infection of humans known as bilharzia. Read more


27 January 2018 at 09:37 (Greenwich mean time)


Lymphatic filariasis and filarial worms


Lymphatic filariasis is a debilitating disease that has plagued Egypt since the time of the pharaohs. An autopsy on the 3000-year old mummified body of Natsef-Amun, a priest during the time of Ramses XI, revealed the presence of filarial worms. Today, the disease is prevalent mainly in the Nile Delta region of the country. Read more


Entamoeba histolytica and amoebiasis


Entamoeba histolytica is a single-celled organism that causes a disease called amoebiasis. It predominantly infects humans and other primates. It can be found in water, damp environments and in soil, and can contaminate fruits and vegetables. It spreads through faecal contamination. Other than the malarial parasite, it causes more deaths than any other protozoan. Read more


26 January 2018 at 13:08 (Greenwich mean time)


Parasites and worms that infect humans


Worms and other intestinal parasites which infest human beings are found in all countries of the world even in the UK. However, they are more common in tropical and subtropical areas and are widely prevalent during the rainy seasons. Children are more infested with these worms than adults. Most natural health practitioners agree that parasitic infections are grossly underestimated as the cause of disease and suffering in humans. The majority of parasitic infections are caused by either single-celled organisms or a variety of worms from the microscopic to a metre long. Some estimates claim that up to 75% of the world's population has some form of parasitic intestinal worm infection and parasitic infections are certainly one of the primary causes of illness and death in the developing world. It is estimated that roundworm has infected 1.5 billion people, hookworm just over 1 billion and whipworm 1.3 billion people globally. Read more


Dientamoeba fragilis trophozoites


Dientamoeba fragilis trophozoites is a single celled intestinal parasite that can cause symptoms in some people and none in others. Infection by this parasite is often due to antibiotic use which upsets the balance of the normal flora that resides in the intestines and this parasite is often found in the stools of people suffering from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Read more


The A-Z of 228 natural antimicrobial and healing plants and substances


Plants produce their own antimicrobial chemicals to fight off bacteria, fungi and virus infections and, when consumed, these chemicals have the same effect within the human body. Find out which plants work for which infectious microbes. Read more




The benzopyrones are a group of compounds whose members include coumarins and flavonoids. Coumarins are aromatic and potent substances, produced by some plants, which have been found to contain anti-carcinogenic compounds and have multi-biological activities such as being anti-arrhythmia, anti-asthma, antibacterial, antifungal, anti-HIV, anti-hypertension, anti-osteoporosis, antiseptic, anti-tumour and pain relieving. Due to their strong aromatic compounds coumarins are used in 90% of perfumes. Read more


Hormones and their function in the body


Hormones are important chemical messengers made by the body from amino acids and various other components, including cholesterol, as and when they are required to coordinate biological processes between different cells, tissues and organs. Read more


Bioflavonoids or flavonoids


The benzopyrones are a group of compounds produced by many plants and whose members include coumarins and flavonoids. The terms 'flavonoids' and 'bioflavonoids' are used interchangeably and randomly but are actually the same. They consist of water-soluble, crystalline polyphenolic compounds and over 4000 have been discovered so far. Many have shown, in scientific studies, to be beneficial to human health. Read more


20 January 2018 at 00:44 (Greenwich mean time)


Neelini Indigofera tinctorial (French indigo) and Indigofera suffruticosa (Guatemalan indigo)

The neelini is a member of the bean family and was the original plant used to make indigo dye during the Middle ages and is still used as a natural blue/black hair dye known as neelim. Neelini is a useful natural remedy for the treatment of digestive disorders, epilepsy, fever, fistulas, haemorrhoids, inflammation, kidney disorders, liver and spleen disorders and scorpion bites and as a natural pain reliever and a remedy to eliminate parasites and worms. It causes diarrhoea and purgation and can relieve constipation. Read more

Giant water lily (Victoria amazonica)


The Brazilian Amazonians consume the water lily plants as food and the root, stem and seeds are all edible. They soak the roots first to remove anti-nutrients then cook them before consumption. The seeds are dried and taste similar to popcorn and are often used to make flour by Amazonian residents. Read more


18 January 2018 at 09:20 (Greenwich mean time)


Artichoke (globe)


This thistle type of vegetable has tremendous benefits for the liver, heart, blood vessels, collagen and bones. Read more


17 January 2018 at 15:57 (Greenwich mean time)


Recreational drug dangers


Side effects, nutrient deficiencies and long term health disorders can be caused by recreational drugs. Some can even cause death the first time of use due to the cheap toxic ingredients and chemicals used to produce them. Often poisonous substances are cut with drugs to make more cash from selling them on the street. Read more


15 January 2018 at 15:57 (Greenwich mean time)


Agave and agave nectar


The agave plant contains polysaccharides which are bactericidal, and saponins and sapogenins that have antibiotic, fungicidal and antiviral properties, however, agave syrup, which has been refined, contains very little nutritional value and very high sugar content. Consumption of refined agave syrup can lead to weight gain and the storage of dangerous visceral body fat due to its exceedingly high fructose content. Read more


14 January 2018 at 23:02 (Greenwich mean time)


The health benefits of apricots


Apricots are one of the most nutrient dense fruits there are and many of these nutrients can help protect the colon, digestive system, eyes and heart and protect the body against and fight off cancer.


Vitamin B17 and its proven ability to fight cancer


The seeds and stones of fruits such as apricots and peaches and some nuts contain high amounts of vitamin B17 and are one of the main courses of food in cultures such as Navajo Indians, Hunzas, Abkhasians and many more. Within these tribes there has never been a reported case of cancer. Some people with cancer have stayed with some of these tribes and their cancer has disappeared after just a few months of eating the same diet as them. Read more




A bioflavonoid with many powerful health benefits. Read more




A nutrient similar to the B vitamins which is vital to life and health. Read more



11 January 2018 at 08:05 (Greenwich mean time)


Natural remedies for chickenpox and shingles


Chicken pox is caused by the varicella zoster virus and mainly affects children and shingles (herpes zosta) affects adults that have been infected by the chicken pox virus and may reoccur many times. Read more




This is a compound found in chillii peppers that has many medicinal and health benefits. Read more


10 January 2018 at 21:41 (Greenwich mean time)


The important of vitamin E


Vitamin E is essential to many body processes including the immune system, hormone production and balance and cell respiration. Read more


The amazing health benefits of tiger nuts


Tiger nuts are not actually nuts but tiny tubers that are grown in crops similar to potatoes but actually resemble grasses. They are poacked with rich nutrients and fibre making them one of the best 'super-foods' there is. Read more


02 January 2018 at 11:09 (Greenwich mean time)


The amazing health benefits of lemons


The abundance of phyto-chemical antioxidants and soluble, as well as insoluble, dietary fibre is helpful in the reduction of the risk for many chronic diseases like arthritis and coronary heart disease and can help with weight loss and obesity. Lemon also helps to regulate blood pressure and can alleviate depression, anxiety and symptoms of stress. There are around10 times more vitamins in lemon peel than in the juice and in citrus fruits, bioflavonoids are found in the white pith material just beneath citrus peel. Read more


Raw juice therapy

When trying to lose weight, people often cut back on food intake whilst increasing their physical activities. Due to this, there is a danger of losing excessive amounts of water-soluble nutrients through perspiration, such as vitamins C and the B complex and important minerals, which they often fail to replace. This can lead to many health disorders including weakening of the immune system, slower repair of tissues, lack of energy, mental problems including anxiety, depression and insomnia, bone and joint issues and so on. This is because these nutrients are absolutely vital to many important processes within the body.

One of the fastest ways to lose weight, but still maintain nutrient levels, is to purchase a powerful (minimum 900 watt) Nutribullet blender which can puree fruit, herbs, vegetables, seeds and spices together. This can provide a highly nutritious and enjoyable way to consume the foods that will not only enable faster weight loss but also help the body cleanse itself of toxins. Think of it like your daily natural medicine in a long refreshing drink that is going to enhance your immune system and metabolism (and hence energy levels) and help to flush waste products from the blood, kidneys and liver especially after the indulgences of the festive season. Read more and see recipes

31 December 2017 at 22:30 (Greenwich mean time)


Natural treatments for colds, coughs and influenza


There is a new powerful strain of the influenza virus that has just arrived in the UK, also known as the Aussie virus as it originated in Australia, which has proved especially dangerous to the elderly, very young and those with compromised immune systems. There are some natural ways to help the body fight off this virus and greatly reduce symptoms. Read more


17 December 2017 at 22:30 (Greenwich mean time)


Tobacco dangers and how to stop naturally


Promoting tobacco smoking was probably one of mankind's biggest mistakes which has cost the health and lives of millions since it was first introduced and yet is still a legal substance to possess, sell and use. There are many natural foods and nutrients that can help the smoker stop and repair their damaged body. Read more


Natural remedies and substances that are toxic to pets


There are many commonly used household products, human foods and plants which are toxic to animals and most people are unaware of them all. When animals are sick natural remedies are especially effective as they do not cause side effects like prescribed medications can. Read more


15 December 2017 at 06:42 (Greenwich mean time)


Gall bladder disorders

The gallbladder organ is a small pear-shaped muscular sack that acts as a storage tank for bile. The bile is made in the liver by liver cells and is sent through tiny ducts or canals to the duodenum (small intestine) and to the gallbladder. The gallbladder stores the bile to have it available in larger quantities for secretion when a meal is eaten. The ingestion of food and especially fats cause the release of a hormone, cholecystokinin, which in turn signals the relaxation of the valve at the end of the common bile duct which lets the bile enter the small intestine. It also signals the contraction of the gallbladder which squirts the concentrated liquid bile into the small intestine where it helps with the emulsification or breakdown of fats in the meal.

Gallbladder attacks can be both very painful and frightening but there are many natural medicinal foods that can manage gallbladder disease to help prevent both surgery and the discomfort of gallbladder colic and to eliminate gallstones. Read more

10 December 2017 at 09:38 (Greenwich mean time)


Adzuki beans


Adzuki beans are particularly useful for weight loss and colon, digestive and heart health and are one of the legumes that will not cause flatulence. Read more


05 December 2017 at 10:52 (Greenwich mean time)


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Isoleucine (amino acid)


Isoleucine has the second most important role in the branch chain amino acids combination. The others being leucine and valine. This amino acid is beneficial to the repair of muscles and increases endurance. Read more


29 November 2017 at 05:00 (Greenwich mean time)



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20th October 2017 at 09:00 (Greenwich mean time)




Bananas are one of the best natural sources of potassium, an essential mineral for maintaining normal blood pressure and heart function. Since the average banana contains 467 mg of potassium and only 1 mg of sodium, a banana a day may help to prevent high blood pressure and protect against atherosclerosis. In addition to these cardiovascular benefits, the potassium found in bananas may also help to promote bone health. Potassium can counteract the increased urinary calcium loss caused by a high-salt diet thus helping to prevent bones from thinning out at a fast rate. Read more


19th October 2017 at 16:21 (Greenwich mean time)


Serotonin (neurotransmitter)


Serotonin is an important neurotransmitter and hormone that plays important roles in regulating memory, mood, learning, sleep, pain sensitivity and blood pressure as well as appetite and body temperature. There are two types of serotonin in the body. Peripheral serotonin and central serotonin and these play opposite roles in the regulation of energy homeostasis. The functions of serotonin in energy homeostasis range from central control of food intake to direct regulation of adipose tissue activity in the periphery. Many studies have shown that there is increased serotonin production and blood serotonin levels when diabetes or obesity are factors. Read more


15th October 2017 at 21:22 (Greenwich mean time)


Vitamin C (ascorbic acid)


Find out the functions, deficiency symptoms and highest natural sources of vitamin D


Vitamin B10 (Pteroylmonoglutamic acid)


Find out the functions, deficiency symptoms and highest natural sources of vitamin D


13th October 2017 at 18:21 (Greenwich mean time)


Pineapple, ginger and cinnamon smoothie


This powerful anti-inflammatory smoothie contains nutrients that will help the body repair itself especially knee joints, ligaments and tendons such as beta-carotene,  bromelain, calcium, copper, fibre, iron, magnesium, manganese, omega-3 fatty acids, phosphorus, potassium, selenium, silicon, vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B9, C, E, K and zinc. Read more


Vitamin D (Secosteroids)


Find out the functions, deficiency symptoms and highest natural sources of vitamin D and why levels must be checked between October and April in those that reside in the northern hemisphere especially after the age of 50.


Vitamin K (K1 phylloquinone, K2 menaquinone and K3 menadione)


Find out the functions, deficiency symptoms and highest natural sources of vitamin K and why prebiotic and probiotic foods are vital for bone and heart health. 


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Nat H Hawes

Nat H Hawes SNHS Dip (advanced and sports nutrition) is the author of the 1130 paged book, Nature Cures, and many others in the Nature Cures pocketbook series such as

  1. Air-purifying House Plants - Read more and order yours

  2. Grow Your Own Health Garden - Read more and order yours

  3. Nature's Colour Codes -  Read more and order yours

  4. Let Roots be Your Medicine - Read more and order yours

  5. Recovery From Injury, Surgery and Infection - Due for publication January 2018

She has been researching natural foods and their health benefits since 2003 and adding her findings to this website ever since. Please send an email if you would like to be informed when the new books are published: health@naturecures.co.uk

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