How to Grow Healing and Medicinal Herbs for Home Garden?

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6 Reasons Why You Should Switch To Herbal Medicines

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Most people get so used to treating their health conditions with pharmaceutical pills that the thought of using herbs as medicine seems outdated to them. The post 6 Reasons Why You Should Switch To Herbal Medicines appeared first on Green Living Guy.

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History of the use of medicinal plants

Low Impact

This article explores the history of the legal rights of herbalists to practise, and looks particularly at the use of medicinal plants in wartime Britain. The use of herbs in the WWI and II focused interest on the study of medicinal plants.

China declares no more pangolin scales in traditional medicine

Eco-Business

Conservationists say they believe this move will completely shut down the commercial trade of pangolin parts within China and slow the international trade of the species

Be prepared: Energy, food and medicine at risk from rising seas, engineers warn

GreenBiz

Sobering report from Institution of Mechanical Engineers warns governments and businesses are ill-prepared for sea level rises expected this century. Infrastructure Risk & Resilience

The Brief: Closing racial wealth gaps, European solar assets, access to medicine in India, recycling electronics, catalyzing climate capital

Impact Alpha

The post The Brief: Closing racial wealth gaps, European solar assets, access to medicine in India, recycling electronics, catalyzing climate capital appeared first on Impact Alpha. Greetings, Agents of Impact! The Call No. 29: Capitalism Reimagined.

Medicine pack recycling initiative rolls out across UK pharmacies

Business Green

Brits can now recycle their empty medicine blister packets by dropping them off at pharmacies participating in the latest initiative from recycling specialist Terracycle.

Egypt’s Chefaa secures early funding for medicine delivery service

Impact Alpha

The post Egypt’s Chefaa secures early funding for medicine delivery service appeared first on ImpactAlpha.

China’s state insurers have stopped covering pangolin medicines

Eco-Business

Users will no longer be reimbursed by state insurance schemes, but more action is needed to save African pangolins, says report

Coronavirus Response: Good medicine in a crisis

Business Green

It also gives a real feeling of connection with other people and ultimately with everyone, so it is good medicine in a time of feeling lonely. ClientEarth CEO James Thornton discusses his tried and tested method for dealing with isolation and anxiety. In a time of crisis, we feel anxious.

The Brief: Catholic climate investors, racial justice pledges, impact investing handbook, Egypt’s medicine marketplace, India’s social stock exchange

Impact Alpha

The post The Brief: Catholic climate investors, racial justice pledges, impact investing handbook, Egypt’s medicine marketplace, India’s social stock exchange appeared first on ImpactAlpha. Greetings, Agents of Impact!

Dave Belisle Of The Medicine Box: Indigenous Owned And Operated Cannabis Entrepreneur

Forbes Green Tech

The next 6-12 months will be a wild ride for us, we are currently planning to move to a seed-to-sale model so we can better control the quality and supply

The many ways fungi are saving our planet

Inhabitat - Innovation

Find out how fungi are saving the planet, from cleaning the water and air to providing medicinal benefits

Be prepared: Energy, food and medicine at risk from rising seas, engineers warn

AGreenLiving

Read the original: Be prepared: Energy, food and medicine at risk from rising seas, engineers warn. Sobering report from Institution of Mechanical Engineers warns governments and businesses are ill-prepared for sea level rises expected this century. Business Green electric vehicles for-sea level-rises offerings-are relatively-small report-from risk & resilience warns-governments

Research facility minimizes its carbon footprint to attract international talent

Inhabitat - Innovation

Spain’s coastal city of Badalona has recently welcomed the Centre for Comparative Medicine and Bio-Image

Be prepared: Energy, food and medicine at risk from rising seas, engineers warn

Business Green

Sobering report from Institution of Mechanical Engineers warns governments and businesses are ill-prepared for sea level rises expected this century

Study links fine particles to death rates

Envirotec Magazine

Published on 22 August in the New England Journal of Medicine , it’s the largest international study to investigate the short-term impacts of air pollution on death, conducted over a 30-year period. Associate Professor Yuming Guo from Monash University’s School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, said as there’s no threshold for the association between particulate matter (PM) and mortality, even low levels of air pollution can increase the risk of death.

Climate change is the biggest public health issue

AGreenLiving

Health is already being harmed by global temperature increases and the destruction of the natural world, a state of affairs health professionals have been bringing attention to for decades,” said the call for action, which was published in multiple health journals worldwide, including the New England Journal of Medicine, the Lancet and the British Medical Journal.

Can an artificial leaf make the pharmaceutical industry greener?

Inhabitat - Innovation

By putting chemicals in the artificial leaf’s microchannels, which resemble the veins on a real leaf, and exposing it to sunlight, solar reactions create medicine. Depending on the choice of chemicals, almost any kind of medicine can be created in a fast and sustainable way,” promises a video on the Eindhoven University of Technology’s website. Scientists in the Netherlands have developed a solar concentrator that looks and acts like a leaf.

Surprising ways seaweed benefits the environment

Inhabitat - Innovation

This renewable and easily harvestable organism is used for everything from food to spa treatments to a possible COVID-19 medicine While the news often mentions the terrible things in the sea, such as gyres of plastic and other trash, the oceans also hold an extremely valuable resource: seaweed.

Everything You Need to Know About CBD in Canada

Green Living Guy

While some have accepted it and deemed it fit for consumption for medicinal and recreational purposes, others are still on the fence. There has been quite a debate on the legalization of CBD in countries across the world.

The road to electric vehicles is paved with disruption

AGreenLiving

In its recent report on “The Future of Electric Power in the United States,” the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine concluded, “Understanding how electricity consumers behave, and how devices and energy services can be aggregated for supply, and how such trends affect system loads is emerging as one of the most profound technological, regulatory and planning challenges and opportunities facing the future of the grid.”

Doctor's orders: Boots prescribes compostable pharmacy bags

Business Green

Boots to start offering customers their medicines in 100 per cent compostable bags made using potato starch

Covid-19 is a product of our unhealthy relationship with animals and the environment

Eco-Business

Wildlife trafficking, the production of animal-based medicines, factory farming, and the destruction of critical habitats all can create enabling conditions for viruses to spill over from their animal hosts into humans

Google invests in Dunzo to advance India’s digital economy

Impact Alpha

ImpactAlpha, January 20 — Dunzo’s delivery platform helps small and local businesses fill online orders for food, medicine and consumer goods in 300.

The Time Is Right For U.S. To Build Pilot Fusion Plant, National Academies Panel Says

Forbes Green Tech

The United States government should build a 50 megawatt fusion power plant to demonstrate the technology and set in motion a supply chain for future plants, according to the authors of a report released today by the National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine.

How to make a mask with fabric to wear or donate

AGreenLiving

Ilyas referred to a 2013 Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness study that evaluated different household materials to determine how much each could filter particles and block the spread of influenza. Eco Green a-little-unsure coronavirus facebook health mask medicine study t-shirt virusCrafters began making fabric masks when the public learned that COVID-19 was causing a major shortage of personal protective equipment.

Tata Group’s digital business unit acquires majority share of online pharmacy 1MG Technologies

Impact Alpha

ImpactAlpha, June 17 – Gurgaon-based 1MG provides online access to medicine and other health products, as well as telehealth and remote diagnostic services, to.

Eminent?s Emma Chasen & Matt Taylor: Guiding Emerging Cannabis Entrepreneurs

Forbes Green Tech

Discovering new meaning to the plant through the path of intrinsic plant medicine is important to these two leaders in the space. Vices /vices Lifestyle /lifestyle Vices /vices Innovation /innovation Green Tech /green-tech lifestyle warrenbobrowblog

TemperPack closes $31 million for eco-packaging

Impact Alpha

ImpactAlpha, August 12 – TemperPack makes thermal insulation for delivery of perishable goods and medicine. The Richmond, Va.-based based company raised its Series C round amid “significant growth,” accelerated by COVID and the rising demand for home delivery.

The search for the Dr. Fauci of climate change

Grist

It’s not just about the patient-physician relationship,” said Dr. Jay Lemery, an emergency medicine physician and professor at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. After the class, Lemery was hooked on wilderness medicine. Wilderness medicine itself is fairly new.

Sustainable mobility drives the newest employee perk

GreenBiz

San Francisco Bay Area biotech giant Genentech is a world leader in making medicines for diseases such as cancer and cystic fibrosis; it’s even trialing one of its medicines for helping treat COVID-19. Sustainable mobility drives the newest employee perk. Katie Fehrenbacher.

54gene closes $15 million to accelerate genomics research in Africa

Impact Alpha

ImpactAlpha, April 15 – Medicine is moving towards customized treatments and drugs based on genetic research. 54gene wants to ensure that African patients aren’t left out of the breakthroughs.

Is It Safe To Use Herbs On Daily Basis?

Green Living Guy

Interestingly, much of modern medicines get their raw material and chemicals from these herbs. Herbs have been in use in traditional remedies across the world for the longest time.

Pollution linked to high blood pressure in children, says study

Envirotec Magazine

professor of the Clinical Research Center at the Third Xiangya Hospital at Central South University in Changsha, China, and professor in the department of life science and medicine at King’s College London. Asian boy wearing mouth mask against air pollution (Beijing).

Natural CBD Infused Skincare: What’s the Hype and is it Eco-Friendly?

Green Living Guy

The use of CBD is rapidly increasing across various dimensions – be it medicinal or skincare. However, the hype of CBD is significant in its therapeutic use, where the CBD infused products are used for healing insomnia, depression, acne, and various other health issues.

Why Eco-Friendly Consumers Are Adopting CBD?

Green Living Guy

Cannabidiol (CBD) has become a household name in the health and wellness industry, primarily due to its powerful medicinal properties. Not only can the compound help to treat conditions like pain, anxiety, inflammation, and nausea.

9-11 responders with the greatest exposure to toxic dust have a higher likelihood of liver disease

Envirotec Magazine

The study was published in the American Journal of Industrial Medicine in July. Image credit: Wally Gobetz , CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 license ).

A Year-End Message To Intelligent Investors And Conscious Consumers

Forbes Green Tech

As you finish up your holiday shopping, do not forget that the supply chains that bring us our holiday goods and those that will soon distribute 14 million doses of lifesaving medicine to every living soul also has a major role in degrading the ecological health of the planet we call our home.

Something in the air

Envirotec Magazine

Scientists at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) say they have invented an artificial nose equipped to perform continuous bacterial monitoring – a capability they say has never previously been achieved and one with multiple applications in medicine, environmental monitoring and food.

Green Technology Future for 2021 and Beyond

GreenTech Gazette

Robotics are growing in all areas of the world; mostly within factories and for medicine. This will cut down non-recyclable materials used in medicine to protect the environment , and make the switch more comfortable to digital.

Recycle razors, toothbrushes and more

Greenability Magazine

Reusable dental, shaving and medicine bottles will be donated to local animal shelters. This weekend you can recycle razors, toothpaste tubes and brushes, deodorant containers and waste from other personal care products at two locations.

British Water launches micropollutants technical group

Envirotec Magazine

Chaired by Fabio Bacci, innovation manager at consultancy Glan Agua, the group will work to develop solutions to treat emerging pollutants – contaminants that were unknown or that little was known about until recently – present in substances such as medicines and pesticides.