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naturalremediesandcures.co.uk is an informational website providing basic information on over 1000 herbal and home remedies, cures, vitamins and supplements and, short descriptions of the 200 plus most common illnesses and conditions in the UK and Ireland. Health-related information changes frequently and therefore information contained on this website may, from time to time, become outdated, incomplete or incorrect. However, we endeavour to keep our information up to date.
 
naturalremediesandcures.co.uk source of information comes from Devinia Sookia: a US lawyer; UK barrister; journalist; author and mother. Devinia is the third generation in her family practicing as a herbalist.  Both her grandmother and mother used to have their own herb gardens which provided effective herbal remedies for local communities.
 
naturalremediesandcures.co.uk information is based on Devinia Sookia's considerable experience using and recommending herbal and home remedies and the vast amount of feedback from her published works that she has received over the past 30-years. Statements on this website should not be considered as medical advice and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any illness or disease. For medical diagnosis or treatment consult your doctor or other medical professionals.
 
Herbal and home remedies, cures, vitamins and supplements and their uses and properties listed on this website are a guide only. They should not be taken as a recommendation that particular herbal and home remedies, cures, vitamins, supplements and products will cure or be beneficial for an illness or condition.
 
Herbal and home remedies, vitamins and supplements, just like pharmaceutical medicines, will have an effect on the body and can produce side effects and could be potentially dangerous. They should therefore be used with the same care and respect as drugs and medicines prescribed by your doctor or pharmacist or purchased over-the-counter.

Health Warning: Unless stated otherwise on this website, Herbal and Home Remedies, Cures, Vitamins & Supplements are not suitable for children, pregnant women and nursing mothers. Equally important, anyone currently taking prescribed or over-the-counter medication is advised to seek professional medical advice before using any herbal remedies, home remedies, vitamins or supplements included on this website or elswhere.

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19.06.2018

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