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Which is a natural/herbal nourisher on the lines of bornvita, horlicks etc. ?

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Asked by ABC XYZ, 04 Feb '12 05:04 pm
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Nourishing herbal infusions are an excellent way to ingest the best of the vitamins and minerals that nature has to offer. An infusion is the nutrient-rich drink that is left behind after steeping dried herbs for 4 to 8 hours in boiling water. There are many different herbs to choose from when making your infusions, and each will provide its own unique finished product.

Put about 1 cup of the dried herb of your choice into a clean quart jar. There are a variety of herbs to choice from, but use only one herb at a time in your infusion. You may choose from stinging nettle, comfrey, oatstraw, red clover and a variety of other herbs. You may add a little mint to the dried herb if you're using a bitter such as comfrey or red clover to counter the astringency of the finished infusion. Choose stinging nettle to increase energy and nourish the adrenals. Comfrey is known as "knit bone" and can aid in strengthening the skeletal system. You may want to use oatstraw if you are experiencing stre ...more
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Answered by merlynsam, 22 Feb '12 10:37 am

 
  
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Try Albo-Sang Herbo mineral preparation with multiple therapeutic uses. As a supplement : For patients with poor quality diet and whose digestion is weak.

* In general debility: Patients with lack of mental and physical energy, senile debility, loss of memory and concentration, premature ageing due to disease or stress.

* Infant feeding : Given with fresh milk for infants who are not breast-fed or bottle-fed. It improves digestion, bowel habits, general health and helps weight gain.

* Growing children : Meets the increased demand for minerals, and other nutrients, corrects malnutrition, improves appetite, mental and physical energy and helps weight gain.
* Nursing mothers : Supplies the increased demands of calcium, phosphorous and other minerals during pregnancy and lactation. Abolishes the strain of breast feeding and enriches breast milk.

* Mental workers : To overcome physical and mental stress due to overwork and tension.* Elderly persons : For health restoration in o ...more
Answered by venkatesaldevarajan, 04 Feb '12 05:06 pm

 
  
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