Herbal medications or traditional medicines were widely used over the centuries to treat diseases. Indigenous healers, midwives, and most women in the 18s used only natural remedies/spices to cure illnesses.
In modern times, we avoid using the remedies that nature offers us and we rely mostly on commercial “drugs”. Nature’s remedies are abandoned because of a lack of financial incentives. Western medicine doctors know little about health, but know a lot about illnesses and drugs.
Commercial drugs often do not cure. They relieve the symptoms. Which keeps the patient as a ‘subscriber’ customer. (“Chronic patient”).
The human body responds well to natural remedies which makes them very effective.
Natural remedies usually work gently, provide missing ingredients and nutritional processes or try to help remove ingrained excess.
Pain relief is just one aspect of herbal treatment strategies. Pain relief is most often achieved through healing. Healing removes the alarm that informs us that something bad is happening in our body – the pain.
Our body has deep knowledge of beneficial herbs it needs. Most often he finds them tasty. This is the health reason behind spices.
Hundreds of years ago exotic spices were imported from the East – India and China – traveled through half the world on crooked roads. When they finally reached western markets they cost a fortune.
In today’s global market, you do not have to travel long distances to buy herbs or spices. You can order them online and have them delivered to your home. I recommended to my Canadian client to buy certain herbs in his local market. In response, he sent me a picture of a frozen landscape and noted that nothing grows there at this time of year. I referred him to the iHerb website where he could buy the herbs and get them to his doorstep within a few days.
A good home remedy recipe allows you to prepare and use it in your home. Its price is probably less than commercial drugs.
Because you make it yourself, you know exactly what you are putting into it. And thus can avoid preservatives and unwanted things that are sometimes found in commercial products.
In MD-prepare we bridge the gap between western medicine and ancient herbal recipes. We are academic researchers who spend long hours reading medical / herbal / scientific articles. We refine the information we gather and bring it to our customers.
Our customers gain a wider knowledge that is hard to find elsewhere and can choose additional ways to deal with their health challenges.
The information we provide also contains some common treatment options that physicians have in their arsenal. So that the client can ask his doctor to consider other treatment options that he can give within the framework of Western medicine. My wife, for example, knows the names of drugs to ask her doctor, and indeed he prescribes them to her.
We have developed the “Mazor” method. This method investigates possible root causes of the disease. Once we have a list of those root causes, we develop recipes to deal with them. We supplement the information we deliver with tests that the reader can take to confirm if they have the root causes, and information of drugs/treatments the doctors have in their arsenal.
We pack the information in booklets. We put relevant links in the booklets so that readers can reach out to any medicinal herb or therapeutic institute by clicking on a link.
Our booklet readers are more knowledgeable about their health issues and can deal with them in different ways.
We hope that the home remedy recipes we provide allow people to enhance their health level.