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1.Rhodiola rosea
The herb Rhodiola rosea has been used traditionally in Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Russia, and other European countries as a tonic herb, said to fight fatigue, aid convalescence from illness, prevent infections, and enhance sexual function. In the twentieth century, Soviet physicians classified rhodiola as an /epnat/definitions/daptogen doc 40002 a...
Score: 99%
 
2.Acute Mountain Sickness
Acute mountain sickness is a set of symptoms caused by the lower pressure and reduced amount of oxygen at high altitudes (above 7,000 feet). The symptoms are headache, dizziness, shortness of breath, fatigue, and nausea, or, in serious cases, extreme fatigue, impaired motor control, and fluid accumulation in the brain and lungs. In general, the gre...
Score: 85%
 
3.General Wellness
It is one of the cardinal principles of natural medicine that treatment should aim not only to treat illness but also to enhance wellness. According to this ideal, a proper course of treatment should improve your sense of general well-being, enhance your immunity to illness, raise your physical stamina, and increase mental alertness, as well as res...
Score: 82%
 
4.Stress
The effects of stress on your health can be far-reaching. Some of the conditions often associated with stress include /tnp/pg000606 doc 21730 insomnia , /tnp/pg000596 doc 21725 high blood pressure , /tnp/condition/tensionha doc 38644 tension headaches , /tnp/pg000248 doc 21487 anxiety , /tnp/pg000332 doc 21566 depression , /tnp/condition/memory doc...
Score: 81%
 
5.Sexual Dysfunction in Women
Although male sexual problems have long been the subject of intensive medical research, the equivalent problems in women have received relatively little attention until recently. The tremendous commercial success of the drug Viagra has lately prompted pharmaceutical companies to focus attention on finding a comparable treatment for women. Loss of l...
Score: 79%
 
6.Enhancing Memory and Mental Function
Which of us would not want a boost in mental function if we could get it? Whether it is remembering names, numbers, computer passwords, or why we walked into a room (so-called destinesia ), we have all been frustrated by the occasional limitations of our ability to remember. Mental function often declines particularly under conditions of stress or...
Score: 77%
 
7.Depression (Mild to Moderate)
Depression is a common emotional illness that varies widely in its intensity. Many of the natural treatments described in this section have been evaluated in people with major depression of mild to moderate intensity. This apparently contradictory language indicates a level of clinical depression that is significantly more intense than simply feel...
Score: 77%
 
8.Fatigue
Do you feel that you don t have as much energy as you would like? If so, you have company. Fatigue is one of the most common complaints that people bring to their physicians. It seems that almost everyone today feels low-energy, stressed, and worn out much of the time. Unfortunately, there are no easy solutions to this common problem. While many me...
Score: 76%
 
9.Impotence
Impotence, or erectile dysfunction, is the inability to achieve an erection. Impotence may occur for any of at least 15 possible causes, including diabetes, drug side effects, pituitary tumors, hardening of the arteries, hormonal imbalances, and psychological factors. A few of these conditions respond to specific treatment. For example, if a blood ...
Score: 76%
 
10.Cordyceps
Although Cordyceps sinensis is often described as an herb, it s actually a combination of a parasitic fungus and the larvae of a moth (a caterpillar). The fungus attacks the caterpillar and destroys it from within. The remaining structures of the caterpillar along with the fungus are dried and sold as cordyceps. Cordyceps has a long history of us...
Score: 75%
 

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