Tuesday, 10 December 2013
Dr. Frank Miesse
Over 48 years ago, as my wife and I embarked on a new mission field to open a new church in Springfield, Ohio, God had an even broader mission outreach. Eleven years later our ministry became not only one of winning souls, but also of educating and helping mankind in caring for the physical body.
With the commission of Romans 12:1, we realized we needed to reach deeper into the Bible and start our lifetime journey into the study of the human body and pursue the necessary degrees and licensing which would give us the privilege to reach into the lives of many spiritually and physically weak and ill people.
For the past 35 years, we have been your Herbalist Educators, with our business located in the heart of the Ohio Valley at Springfield, Ohio, where we have counseled, taught classes, held regular herbal meetings, and scheduled daily appointments with folks, both locally and nationwide. Watch for our editorials in local newspapers, as well as our local TV programs. Drop in and meet our staff, all of whom are well versed in herbs and their values. They will welcome you with outstretched arms. We’re waiting to be a part of your life so that we can all enjoy a happier, healthier life’s journey together.
Website URL: http://www.miessesherbs.com/
There is no comfort zone when the rashes and itching skin lift there ugly head and announce their presents.
Let’s talk better health talk and consider the body’s largest and most abused organ, the liver. The liver regulates many aspects of sugar, fat and protein metabolism, synthesizes and regulates essential hormones, detox¬ifies the blood, and secretes bile.
Evening Primrose Oil (EPO) is a source of fatty acid and has been helpful in a number of areas. Let’s discuss a few of them. However, keep in mind that if you are already using a fatty acid and are not getting the desired results, Zinc, Magnesium and Vitamin B& may be necessary for good absorption and utilization. EPO is important for newborns in nerve and brain development.
Constipation and intestinal disorders are common problems. A body that cannot excrete waste becomes a breeding ground for bacteria, so it is important to maintain our intestinal health. Nature has provided us with many herbs to combat constipation and other digestive problems.
Over and Over we have advised our friends to keep the stress down to avoid ulcers and terrible gastric stomach misery.
Most of us in this country have little trouble finding something to eat, but even with this abundance of food, we are sadly deficient in many of the minerals that our bodies need to function at their best. In fact, the U.S. Department of Agriculture reported in 1997 that most Americans suffer from severe mineral malnutrition, with women lacking particularly in iron, calcium, magnesium, and zinc, and men lacking particularly magnesium and zinc.
Since the early 1980s, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services have been producing dietary recommendations for healthy living. These standardized recommendations, known as the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, determined that total fat consumption should be limited to 30% or less of your total caloric intake.
The beautiful balance of giving and receiving has long been lost in our attitude toward the real meaning of Christmas. The question now seems to be “What will I get,” and “how much?” This practice and attitude has caused a severe decline in our country’s spiritual power and physical stamina.
It has been said that the unseen can kill you. This concept has not caused alarm generally speaking because most people believe that only those factors visible to the naked eye and only those things we get caught doing are damaging to our social, physical, or spiritual lives.
As the winter drags on and the sky continues to turn gray and overcast, the mind starts playing tricks on us. The immune system is worn and weary as it constantly battles every flu virus and ugly bug that comes with a sick, run down society.