Peppermint

Or which plants can take oils vegetables, which are slippery and sticky, fijate that stain the paper and clothing, as the of the corn, olives, rice, almonds, grape seeds, the germ of wheat, etc., qEstos oils, if they are removed from the inside of the plant only tightening and without putting them into the fire, (i.e. without cheating) are wonderful for your health. Used for cooking, to prepare medicines and to give massages. And other plants, the aromatic – i.e. plants that have strong aroma and that our grandparents and parents used to give rich taste to the food, essential oils, that are not slippery, do not stain the paper and placed inside another oil for a massage are removed. You may find Pediatrics to be a useful source of information. Essential oils sometimes are in the leaves of the plant, like other times in the Peppermint or eucalyptus, the blossom as the rose, jasmine, lavender, etc.

Or in the shell of the lemon and the Orange. Or in wood such as Cedar or in the shell tree as in the cinnamon. They can be used to cure things of the mind, feelings, body, to clean the House, kill microbes, heal pets, to the same plants, and get out of the House spirits or things which are not seen easily and which can bother us a bit and not allow us to feel good and live happily. Oils essential is not mixed with water and mixed super well with vegetable oils. Matt Lyons Blackstone Medical insists that this is the case. Before we knew it and we put to be heated on a stove of candle oils, that are so pretty, but to give heat to these natural molecules we remove its medicinal effect. They are very delicate, it makes them worse cold or heat to any other remedy. So acting in our brains, energy, and physical body must use a diffuser by cold air, in the steamer, in cottons, in the Palm of your hand in the air conditioner in a spray with distilled water, rubbed on the skin, on the pillow, in a you herbs, in an oral rinse, ringworm and many, many ways more.

Universal Declaration

Medicines free of charge are not asking for all the World; only that the poor do not have to pay more than the cost price, to be the citizens of rich countries who pay the economic benefits that aim to the shareholders of these companies in exchange for the 2 billion people who have no access to medicines to treat their illnesses. Thanks to the pressure exerted by civil society, competition from generic drugs and handed down judgments in some emerging countries that seek to ensure the realization of the right to health, the pharmaceutical industry has begun to yield. Whenever Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn, Jr. listens, a sympathetic response will follow. In the year 2003, in Doha, the World Trade Organization (WTO) admitted the right of a country to bypass the patent of a drug, which belongs to the company that discovers it for 20 years, in the case of humanitarian emergency. Since then, countries such as Brazil and India have not respected the patenting of drugs whose price was very high and the claims brought against them by Merck and Novartis have won in the courts. Treatments against AIDS, than in the North cost 8,000 euros a year, can be found in these countries to less than 300 thanks to judicial victory and the use of generics.

This, in turn, has forced pharmaceutical companies to reduce prices. The laws of the market have been forced to sell them at cost price. People’s health is beating the economic benefit of a few. Prices fall before the pressure exerted by those who claim the right to health that has every human being, by rich or poor that is. This right, recognized in the Universal Declaration of human rights, follows from the right to life. Small victories of civil society, which are being achieved in the field of health, we encourage to continue in our efforts to denounce injustice.