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This is similar to an infusion but much stronger, and with alcohol instead of water, which helps to preserve it.
Shabbazz Organics non-alcoholic syrups are for easy delivery of herbs. One or two spoonfuls should do the job.
Shabbazz Organics uses infusions to mean 'herbal tea'. Our herbs are dried, ground, and bagged so there is nothing to do except to drop it in the water, steep, drink, and feel better.
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Headaches are continuous pain and tension in the head and neck or behind the eyes. Tension, cluster, and migraine headaches are common headache types, caused by a variety of factors, from lack of sleep to medication use to inflammatory activity in the brain.
Your period is considered irregular if it occurs more frequently than every 21 days or lasts longer than 8 days. Most menstrual cycles begin every 28 days. An irregular period can be a symptom of hormonal fluctuations, lifestyle or medication changes, or infertility.
Joint pain is a symptom of an injury or illness that affects the bones, ligaments, or tissues in and around the joint areas. The most common cause of joint pain is osteoarthritis, although inflammatory diseases, certain medications, and age can also contribute to joint pain.
A person with leg pain has pain or discomfort in the bones, joints, tissue, or nerves of the legs. Symptoms associated with leg pain vary widely but often include overuse and muscle fatigue, osteoarthritis, knee problems, or sciatica.
A person with nausea has the feeling that they are going to vomit. Nausea is a common symptom of viral infections such as flu, although it can also be a symptom of food poisoning, altitude sickness, motion sickness, or emotional trauma.
A skin rash is an area on the surface of the body that has become red, swollen, or irritated. Skin rashes are often a symptom of allergies, fungal infections, eczema, psoriasis, sun damage, or shingles. The severity and type of rash you have will determine the appropriate treatment.
Skin lumps come in all shapes and sizes, occur more frequently with age, and are usually symptoms of moles, warts, cysts, and common skin infections. While some skin lumps are itchy or unsightly, most are benign. Skin lumps are rarely a symptom of skin cancer, but you should see a doctor if you have a visible bump that changes shape, bleeds, or starts to grow rapidly.
A sore throat feels scratchy, itchy, dry, and painful, and makes it hard to swallow. Symptoms associated with sore throats include swollen glands, fever, cough, and a headache, usually caused by a cold, flu, strep, or allergies.
Vomiting is the unpleasant, forceful expulsion of stomach contents through the mouth, usually preceded by nausea. Symptoms associated with vomiting include stomach flu and other viral infections, excessive drug and/or alcohol consumption, food poisoning, or, less commonly, head injuries. While vomiting is rarely a medical emergency, see your doctor if there is fresh or dried blood present in the vomit or if you can’t stop vomiting.
Loss of appetite medically referred to as anorexia can be caused by a variety of conditions and diseases. Some of the conditions can be temporary and reversible, such as loss of appetite from the effects of medications. Some of the conditions can be more serious, such as from the effects of underlying cancer. Causes of loss of appetite include pregnancy, metabolic problems, chronic liver disease, COPD, dementia, HIV, hepatitis, hypothyroidism, chronic kidney failure, heart failure, cocaine, heroin, speed, chemotherapy, morphine, codeine, and antibiotics. Any persisting lack of appetite should be evaluated by a health care professional.
Abdominal pain describes dull or sharp aching and/or cramping in the organs and tissue in the area between the pelvic region and chest. Common causes can include a bellyache due to poor diet to stomach ulcers or, rarely, cancer of the digestive tract or abdominal organs. Most abdominal pain can be treated at home, although some pain indicates an underlying condition that requires medication or even surgery.
Fatigue is the feeling of being bone-tired and completely depleted of energy. People become fatigued because of lack of sleep, medication side effects, and extreme exertion, although fatigue is a symptom of many medical problems, including sleep apnea, chronic fatigue syndrome, and autoimmune conditions such as multiple sclerosis and fibromyalgia.
A person with excessive sweating has very active sweat glands and produces abundant bodily moisture, especially around the armpits, feet, hands, and groin area. While not life-threatening, these symptoms can cause nervousness, social anxiety, and stigma.
Ear pain usually originates inside the ear canal, but it can also come from pain or injury to the jaw, teeth, head area, or neck. Symptoms of ear pain may include discomfort or ringing of the ears, sinus pain, redness, and bleeding or pus coming from the ear.
Diarrhea means you have very loose or liquid stools three or more times per day over a period of time. Diarrhea is a common symptom of gastrointestinal distress, including viral or bacterial infections or parasites, although it can also be a symptom of poor eating habits and stress. While diarrhea is very common and rarely life-threatening, it can lead to dehydration, so see your doctor if it persists for more than a couple of days.
A cough is a protective reflex that clears the throat and respiratory system of irritants and obstructions. Coughs can be dry or productive, which means they clear the lungs of mucus and phlegm, and are often a symptom of environmental pollution or a respiratory infection.
Congestion, or blocked nasal passages, usually occurs as a symptom of cold, flu, or allergies, although some people feel congested because of a deviated septum. Nasal congestion has two primary causes: dried, inflamed sinus passages and the accumulation of mucus.
Chest pain is the “clenched fist” feeling of burning discomfort and squeezing in your chest, neck, and arms, often accompanied by sweating, dizziness, and fatigue. While chest pain can have many causes, angina, a type of chest pain caused by reduced blood flow to the heart, could be a symptom of a heart attack and is a medical emergency.
A person who has breathing difficulties can’t take in enough oxygen due to exhaustion, poor lung function, pressure on the lungs or chest, or an obstruction of the respiratory passages. Common causes of breathing problems include asthma, allergies, viral infections that affect the lungs, and poor physical health.
A person with breast pain has aching and discomfort of the skin around the breast area, including breast tissue, the muscles of the chest, upper arms and shoulders, and the nipples. Breast pain is often caused by hormonal fluctuations. It can also be a symptom of fibrocystic breasts and benign or cancerous breast tumors.
Flatulence is caused when gas from the intestines and bowels is expelled through the anus. While often embarrassing, passing gas is a natural byproduct of respiration and digestion and rarely constitutes a health problem. Painful or excessive gas can be a symptom of bloating, indigestion, heartburn, ulcerative colitis, or Crohn’s disease.