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OREGANO TEA

Uses: * Oregano tea is believed to have a soothing effect and helps in getting restful sleep.

Preparation

* wash fresh or dried oregano leaves * chop then add in 4 cups of water for every 1 cup of oregano leaves. * let it boil for 10 to 15 minutes * Let it steep then strain the leaves. * Drink half cup of Oregano three times a day. * Oregano concoction can be stored in suitable glass container for later consumption.

BAYABAS

Uses: * Bayabas, Herbal Medicine For Stomach Problems * For diarrhea and control stomach parasites

Preparation * Gather fresh Bayabas leaves, * Boil chopped pieces of about 4 to 6 tablespoon for every 18 ounces of water. * Strain and let cool. * Drink ¼ cup of decoction every 3-4 hours until symptoms improve.

TAWA TAWA

Uses * Tawa-tawa tea for Dengue treatment:

Procedures in making * Take 5 to 6 full whole Tawa-Tawa plant * Cut of the roots * Wash thoroughly * Fill a boiling pot with 1 liiter of clear water * Boil the Tawa-Tawa for 1 (one) minute in slow rolling boil
Cool
* Let the Dengue victim drink only the Tawa-Tawa water for 24 hours * Slip 1 to 1.5 glasses of Tawa-Tawa water for every hour

Uses * Aloe vera contains hormones called gibberellins and polysaccharides which kills acne-causing bacteria.

Preparation

* Extract the gel from a fresh aloe vera leaf and rub it on the affected area. * Let for 3 – 5 minutes and rinse with water. * Apply oil-free moisturizer. * Repeat twice daily for best results. * Note: This method is great at treating acne scars.

GUYABANO TEA

USES * GUYABANO (SOUR SOP) TEA FOR CANCER, DIABETES, ARTHRITIS AND OTHER INFLAMMATORY DISEASES

PROCEDURE:
1. Boil the 1 liter water in a sauce pan.
2. As soon as it boils, add the leaves and turn the heat to low.
3. Simmer it for 20 minutes. The color will turn to golden brown or just like the color of regular tea.
4. let it cool before drinking.
The tea is only good for 7-8 hours and may be refrigerated.
* GUYABANO TEA MUST BE TAKEN FOR 30 DAYS, 3 TIMES A DAY, ONE GLASS BEFORE MEALS. THE TEA IS EASILY ABSORBED IN AN EMPTY STOMACH.

BREWED MALUNGGAY ICED TEA

USE * Malunggay is excellent during cancer treatment of juice fasting .

PROCEDURE:
Ingredients
1 malunggay tea bag 1 cup/glass of water with ice 1 tsp sugar or honey

Bring the water to boiling point and add enough water to submerge the malunggay tea leaves and let it sit for a few seconds before pouring out the water. Add hot water and let the malunggay tea bag steep for 1-3 minutes. Place unrefined sugar or honey into a second tea pot if desired. Pour the hot tea into the tea pot and stir. Place ice in cups or glass and pour the hot tea into it. Let the tea cool for a few minutes before drinking. Add ice to have a cold drink.

BLACK ELDERBERRIES

USE
Natural elderberry syrups for Flu Prevention

PROCEDURE
⅔ cup black elderberries
3½ cups of water
2 Tablespoons fresh or dried ginger root
1 teaspoon cinnamon powder
½ teaspoon cloves or clove powder
1 cup raw honey (we get from our farmer's market)

Pour water into medium saucepan and add elderberries, ginger, cinnamon and cloves (do not add honey!)
Bring to a boil and then cover and reduce to a simmer for about 45 minutes to an hour until the liquid has reduced by almost half. At that point, remove from heat and let cool enough to be handled. Pour through a strainer into a glass jar or bowl.
Discard the elderberries (or compost them!) and let the liquid cool to lukewarm. When it is no longer hot, add 1 cup of honey and stir well.
When honey is well mixed into the elderberry mixture, pour the syrup into a pint sized mason jar or 16 ounce glass bottle of some kind.
Ta Da! You just made homemade elderberry syrup! Store in the fridge and take daily for its immune boosting properties. Some sources recommend taking only during the week and not on the weekends to boost immunity.
Standard dose is ½ tsp to 1 tsp for kids and ½ Tbsp to 1 Tbsp for adults. If the flu does strike, take the normal dose every 2-3 hours instead of once a day until symptoms disappear.

AKAPULKO

USE
Akapulko is used as herbal medicine for the following skin diseases
Tinea infections, insect bites, ringworms, eczema, scabies and itchiness.

PROCEDURE:

To prepare an Akapulko herbal ointment prepare and follow these instructions.
Wash fresh leaves of Akapulko thoroughly and cut in small pieces.
Add one glass of cooking oil or coconut oil to one glass of cut fresh leaves.
Fry until crispy.
Remove from the heat; strain.
Cut 2 white candles (Esperma No. 5) into small pieces
In a cooking pot, pour the strained oil together with the candle pieces; stir until the candle has melted.
Pour the mixture into a clean container; cover when cool.
Apply the Akapulko herbal ointment to affected areas twice daily.

BANABA

USE:
Banaba Herb For Diabetes

PROCEDURE Dry Banaba leaves and fruits for about two weekscut Banaba leaves into peices |
Boil the dried Banaba leaves and fruits in water,
One cup of dried banaba leaves and fruits to one cup water.
Let it steep for 30 minutes
Strain the leaves and fruits.
Take the Banaba herbal tea for 4 to 6 times daily.

BANGKA BANGKAAN HERBAL MEDICINE TEA

USES:

* Colds, sore throat and whooping caugh. * Nasal Bleeding * Bacillary dysentery * Bleeding stools * Anti inflammatory

Procedure:

* First, Wash and clean 5 leaves and flowers of Bangka-bangkaan * Prepare 6 glasses clean and fresh water in the container * Arrange the leaves and flowers in the pot and pour the 6 glasses of fresh water * Allow 25 to 30 minutes to boil in normal heat. * After the given minutes you have now the perfect tea.

LAGUNDI

USE
Relief of asthma & pharyngitis
Recommended relief of rheumatism, dyspepsia, boils, diarrhea
Treatment of cough, colds, fever and flu and other bronchopulmonary disorders
Alleviate symptoms of Chicken Pox
Removal of worms, and boils

Procedure: wash fresh or dried Lagundi leaves chop then add in 4 cups of water for every 1 cup of lagundi parts let it boil for 10 to 15 minutes
Let it steep then strain the various parts.
Drink half cup of Lagundi three times a day.
Lagundi concoction can be stored in suitable glass container for later consumption.

ULASIMANG BATO

USE

Lower uric acid (Rheumatism and Gaut)

Procedure:

Wash the leaves well.
One and half cup leaves are boiled in two glassfuls of water over low fire. Do
Not cover pot cool and strain. Divide into three parts and drink each part 3 times a day.

SAMBONG

Uses

Use for anti-edema, Diuretic, Anti- utolithaisis

Procedure:

* Boil chopped leaves in water for 15 minutes until one glassful remains cool strain. * Divide decoction into 3 parts. Drink one part 3 times a day.

GINGER TEA

Uses Ovarian cancer prevention, colon cancer prevention morning sickness relief. thins the blood freshens breath, eliminates intestinal gas, anti-inflammatory effects, antioxidant activity protects against cancer, induces cell death in ovarian cancer cells promotes healthy sweating boosts immune system free radical protection lessens depletion of gluthatione.

Procedure * ½ cloves crushed garlic * Cayenne powder * ½ teaspoon seaweed * ½ stick of cinnamon * Boil water & meanwhile, grate ginger slices pour into a tea kettle, and the ginger, lemon juice, honey & optional ingredient’s allow to sit for 15 – 20 minutes. Strain into a cup or mug & enjoy.

MANGOSTEENS

Use Anti-tumor & anti cancer, anti- inflammatory properties, prevents & treats infections, for treatment of diarrhea, crytitis, eczema, gleet and ganorrhoea, Anti-proliferative activity against human breast adenocarcinoma cell line, anti-micro bacterial activity, inhibitory activity against histamine release.

Procedure:

* Dried powdered mangosteen rind (skin) is given to cure dysentery. The powder can be made into a cream and applied to skin to treat eczema and other skin disorders. * A decoction of the rind (boil in water) is cure for ganorrhoea, cystitis, diarrhea and gleet. * A decoction of the whole fruit, bark and leaves of the mangosteen tree can also be used. * Eat the flesh of the mangosteen fruit for overall good health.

GUMAMELA

Use As herbal medicine, gumamela flowers, leaves and roots are used. Gumamela has the following medicinal characteristics expectorant, diuretic, emollient anti-infectious, anti – inflammatory, antipyretic, anodyne and refrigerant.

Procedure:

There are two ways to utilize gumamela as herbal medicine. One is dried and the other is fresh. For dried gumamela parts ¼ cup dried gumamela in 1 glass of water. To make a decoction from fresh gumamela, wash gumamela flower and / or leaves, cut into small pieces and boil 1/3 cup in 1 glass of water let cool and drink.

CLOVES

Use For Sothes Toothache, stops bad breath, treats nausea & vomiting, improves digestion, relieves joint pain, improves respiratory conditions, treats headaches, eases earaches, cures acne, fights stress.

Procedure * A paste of cloves pounded in warm water can be applied externally to relieve pain and swelling. * Chewing of clove, elachi and mint leaves, clean the oral cavity and leave a pleasant fragrance. * Cloves boiled in water acts as a good remedy for reducing a fever.

CHAMOMILE

Use

Sinus pain, sore nipples, skin irritations, nausea, flatulence, burns, diaper rash, irritable bowel syndrome, calming agent, natural sleep aid, chest col,

Procedure:

Into a cup of boiled water add 3 tablespoons of dried chamomile. Steep for 10 minutes, add a spoonful of honey to taste.

MAKABUHAY

USE
Makabuhay roots, stems and leaves are used as herbal treatment for fevers, Malaria. Makabuhay leaves and roots are pounded then dissolved in cold water. Applied with a soft cloth over the nape, forehead, underarms and other body parts to bring down the body temperature.

Makabuhay tea or tonic preparation: gather fresh Makabuhay leaves and stems, cut in small pieces wash with fresh water boil 50 grams of Makabuhay leaves to a liter of water let it seep for 10 minutes remove from heat
Strain
drink while warm up to 2 cups a day.

DAHONG MARIA

USE: For stomach pain, body pain

PROCEDURE

Heat it on a fire then patch it on stomach to relieve pain.

KATAKA TAKA

USE
Pounded fresh material is applied as a poultice for a variety of conditions: Sprains, eczema, infections, burns; carbuncle and erysipelas. Usually not taken internally.

PROCEDURE
For boils, the whole leaf is pressed by hand, to and fro, until it becomes moist with the leaf extract. A small opening is made in the middle of the leaf which is then placed on the boil with hole over the pointing of the abscess.

PANDAN LEAVES

Use:
Gout is a medical term for a condition characterized by deposition of uric acid in the joints, usually of the hands and feet. Gout is due to an impaired metabolism of proteins, or more specifically, of the purine component of proteins. Standard drugs for gout include strong pain relievers and anti-inflammatory meds which are not only expensive but can potentially cause a host of side effects.
Pandan leaves may yet prove to be a safer alternative to anti-gout meds. The procedure is to make pandan tea by boiling the leaves in water and then drinking this tea throughout the day. There is, however, no standardized dosage for this pandan-based gout remedy. I say just take in more foods and drinks that contain pandan.

Procedure:

Just boiled it 10-15 minutes let it cold.. then ready to drink.

AVOCADO

Use
Kidney Cleansing Procedure:

Clean around 7 big leaves under running water with your bare hands to wash off any dirt. You can use a toothbrush to be more thorough.
3. Put in pot and add at least 1.5 liters to 2 liters of filtered, reverse osmosis water or distilled water. Do not use tap water or mineral water.
4. Allow to boil for 10 to 15 minutes.
5. Allow to cool to taste.
6. Drink up and enjoy the whole day. Or for cleansing purposes, drink first thing in the morning and drink the last thing at night. Drink at least 1 liter at night. Of course you will be peeing but that is the idea. Gauge your progress with the state of your disease.
- See more at: http://www.curemanual.com/detox-protocols-and-treatments/kidney-cleansing/how-to-make-avocado-leaves-tea-for-kidney-cleansing/#sthash.3M5tDizP.dpuf

DUHAT

Use For Diarhea

Procedure
It can help prevent and cure diarrhea. For diarrhea: Eat liberally fleshy portion of the fruit or boil chopped fresh or dried in 2 glasses of water for 15 minutes.
Duhat juice when made into vinegar can help to expel gas from the intestines and to promote urination.

BIGNAY

Uses
Bignay tea, made from the bark of this tree, is an ideal drink for weight loss. According to health experts, drinking about one liter of Bignay tea can render countless benefits, including weight loss, healthier heart, and lower cholesterol levels. Here is a list of Bignay fruit health benefits you can enjoy by eating it.

Procedure:

The natural anti-oxidative properties of this fruit, due to the presence of catechins, enable it to fight against the free radicals present in the human body. The excessive presence of these radicals can result in premature onset of wrinkles, fine lines, and even cause cancer. The absence of antioxidants can result in the above-mentioned conditions. You can now keep all these at bay by consumption of Bignay, as a whole fruit or as tea.

Bignay tea is a well-known natural colon cleanser. Therefore, you can make use of this tea to eliminate the unwanted toxins from your body. The natural detoxifying properties of the tea can help you lose weight while helping you look younger. It is also known to improve digestion and thus, beneficial for you colon.

KAKAWATE

Use

kakawate leaves emit bioethylene, a gas that ripens fruits. It was also seen that when bananas are ripened with kakawate leaves, the weight loss is only 5%, while those not treated loses 19% of its weight within 6 days.

Procedure:

Stack the banana bunches with kakawate leaves alternately.

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...The Tata Corus merger has made Tata Steel the fifth largest steel manufacturer in the world. This is the biggest foreign takeover by an Indian company. Tata and Corus are both happy with the merger and Tata steel is likely to reap many benefits from this deal. The Tata Corus merger has earned Indian steel giant the status of the fifth largest steel manufacturer of the world. Described as the biggest foreign takeover by an Indian firm by BBC, the deal was values at an estimated $11 billion. The two parties had agreed at a value of 455 pence per share of Corus. Earlier in 1999, Corus was formed by a merger of Hoogovens, a Dutch group and British Steel. Tata steel, on the other hand has been India's leading steel manufacturer. Corus had held discussion with Indian, Russian and Brazilian firms for this merger. The ultimate deal with Tata was described as "the right partner at the right time at the right price and on the right terms" by Jim Leng the chairman of Corus. For the Tata chairman Ratan Tata it was a "defining moment. As a part of the deal Tata also contributed to the Corus pension fund. The Tata Corus merger is expected to provide an estimated $400 million worth of savings to Tata Steel in three years time. The estimated savings till March 2008 is 130 million dollars. A prime reason for such high volumes of savings is the availability of cost saving technology through this acquisition. According to Mr. B. Muthuraman, managing director of Tata Steel, a breakthrough......

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...employing 8% of workforce, and declining – producing 40% of GDP. * Urban informal sector – the growing sector – represents the residual. * TATA Motors: This type of labor market has provided Tata Motors skilled and un skilled labor force to grow and expand its operations in India. . Geography and Demographics * India is a country of great diversity with a wide range of landform types, including major mountain ranges, deserts, rich agricultural plains, and hilly jungle regions. * Indeed, the term Indian subcontinent aptly describes the enormous extent of the earth's surface that India occupies, and any attempt to generalize about its physiography is inaccurate. * India shares its borders with Pakistan, Bangladesh, China, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Burma. * TATA Motors: The great diversity, landforms provided sufficient resources to the company and also helped Tata to expand its distribution networks to neighboring countries. Economy * India, with the second highest population globally, possesses a thriving world economy that is on the increase. * India is expected to boost economic growth by at least nine percent annually within the next ten years. * India’s economy offers investors a variety of opportunities. India’s service sector forms fifty percent of its economy; it was an added advantage for Tata Motors. * India’s economy has gone through some ups and downs throughout the past few years, as it has grown to the third......

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