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Zinc Natural Medication
Basically, no: Gabapentin (US spelling) is an anticonvulsant/pain drug with specific and relatively benign properties. It appears you are using it for a pain syndrome. Pain may respond to many types of treatment, depending upon the person and the condition. You might find something else outside allopathic medicine that works as well for you, for your condition. An alternative for you, maybe not for others. ...Read more
Yes, many: There are various herbal supplements which are said to improve the duration and the quality of the erection; and there are many manufacturers of potency-inducing products, each with its own glossy photos of erect penises and testimonials of the men who now swear by the products. Do they work? Unless you see double-blind, placebo controlled trials (which is unlikely), there is no proof of efficacy. ...Read more
Sun light: Ample sun light is the best natural treatment for sad or seasonal affective disorder. Since once cannot get this in winter, this can be replicated by using a white light lamp of at least 10, 000 lux intensity kept at a distance of one foot. This should be used only with start of fall and discontinue with advent of spring. ...Read more
Stomach acidity?: I assume you are speaking of the stomach and esophagus. What could be more natural than calcium carbonate or sodium bicarbonate? Sit up, eat small meals, do not lay down within a few hours of eating, avoid alcohol, coffee (caffeine), and tobacco. This would be a very good start. ...Read more
More sex!: Seriously! orgasm leads to a refractory period in men during which it's impossible to have another ejaculation. Therefore, men tend to last longer the 2nd time around. Assuming that's not in the cards, read about ways to gain control in some references available online and in answers I've already written on my website http://alvinblin. Blogspot. Com/search/label/premature%20ejaculation. ...Read more
Is it safe to to take unperscribed cholesterol lowering pills? Like the ones you could just get a natural medication store in the mall or are they unsafe?
No: Maoi = mono-amine oxidase inhibitor. This class of medication is intended to treat depression. Due to their many and severe interactions with other meds and food, they are rarely used any more. They are unrelated to thyroid hormone, either so-called "natural" armour, or synthetic levothyroxine. ...Read more
Nothing: Please forgive my frankness. Social anxiety disorder is highly treatable in almost all cases by talking and wise guidance. You owe it to yourself and others to re-learn social skills that may have been twisted in a confusing early envrionment. You can learn to be brave & to behave effectively, to like and to be liked by others. Choose a guide wisely. You must be brave -- no pill can supply thay. ...Read more
Asking for a drug name that contains stinging nettle root extract and zinc, they are natural, safe and heard about its' benefits on testosterone&libido?
Many herbs can help:
Many herbs that have been proven to lower blood pressure, including hawthorne berries, garlic,
polygonum cuspidatum (japanese knotweed, which has resveratrol), coleus forskohlii, chocolate, reishi & maitake mushrooms. However, each may only lower it a few points but can have combined benefits. Other useful measures include diets rich in fruits & vegetables, coq10, magnesium, exercise & meditation. ...Read more
Not really: Most herbals are mild versions of the perscription treatment. Herbals are not regulated. Contrary to common beliefs herbals do have side effects and can interact with other meds. Make sure you tell your doctor if your on an herbal. I know it sounds better to most of us to be on an herbal rather than a perscription but would you eat mold for your strep throat or use penicillin? ...Read more
What medication: I don't see the name of your herbal medication listed although no medicine should substitute for food. ...Read more
None: There are no established herbal remedies for adhd. Those that are on the market are largely untested for both safety and efficacy. Most contain some sort of stimulant, typically caffeine, along with other unspecified ingredients. Caffeine may help, but it tends to be short acting. This is a disorder for which we have lots of effective and safe treatments that are well studied. ...Read more
So would I: There is NO scientific proof that pills, potions, ointments, emoluents, poltices, rubs, or snake oil are effective at treating gingivitis. Gingivitis is the earliest stage of gum disease and can usually be eliminated with scrupulous oral hygiene. See our Dentist or Hygienist for instructions, and don't waste your time or money on specious pie-in-the-sky products. ...Read more
Nothing: Avoid the insult (ie nsaid). Treat hpylori if present. Use an acid suppression medication. ...Read more
Many: There are a number of proven remedies for symptoms of female menopause. The key is dissecting the wheat from the chaff. In other words, there is a lot of false claims and promotion in menopause remedies. I have written a book called "a woman's guide to hormone health" that outlines many natural, proven remedies. Do your homework and you will find many options. ...Read more
No: A simple answer, no there isn't.Get a more detailed answer ›
I need to know that: Five patients asked that today for pain we believe low caffeine intake, vitamin E at 200 iu/ daily (controversial) flaxseed oil and evening primrose oil and I add prayers. If totally hormonal than little to help until menopause I have as many patients with increased pain with use of bcp--as patients who state they got better on the pill? Only the british with their placebo trials will answer. ...Read more
If a person who is not diabetic gets low blood sugar from taking a herbal medication, what would happen?
No.: I have found that gynecomastia, if persistent, is often best treated with partial excision of the prominent glandular tissue as well as liposuction surgery of the peripheral chest area. If the prominence of the chest wall is caused by adipose tissue, then liposculpture surgery alone may suffice. For patients with excess skin, common after weight loss, skin excision may also be necesary. ...Read more
Is it safe to take kalms with zolift? Kalms is a anti stress herbal medication with velerian, hopps.?
Kalms + Zoloft (sertraline)?: Your "kalms" product does not even list the ingredients on it own web site. I had to check amazon. Com to find them. Valerian can theoretically inhibit the metabolism of zoloft (sertraline) if you take more than 1000 mg/day of valerian, and each tablet contains 45 mg valerian extract. I have no idea what parts of the plants they're using, etc. Bad label info, so I would stay away even if not on zoloft (sertraline). ...Read more