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Helen Woodward you are sick with a cold or did ever realize your gh five stages of ac- you are well again• This like a long, enduring proc- it is possible to accomplish hours. Naturopath Dr Menlar, a believer in nature- remedies from the early explains the stages as fol- NCUBATION: Something is in the body foreign to the state -- either an ac- body, an obstruction or AGGRAVATION: A tempera- above or below normal, The blood pressure drops severely. The body is tense like it is getting ready for ION: The body is natural body forces, the blood cells and other combat- taker, on the foreign en- persists and the war is feel awful. ABATEMENT: We begin to but are full of congestion. need to be (and begin to To our relief, we be- process. ~UCTION: We feel but weak. We need to eat to rebuild our strength and to )ur functional systems time to ~r. and herbal formulas can ~ functional role in assisting the m on three various levels: maintaining and building strength, and actual thera- application directed to spe- To know what to use ailments we need to know we continue to learn and their properties we learn how to use the ones that are best for us as tonics to re- build and strengthen the body, those used to treat specific problems, plus those used as buffers, stabilizers or reinforcement therapy. Our bodies are electrical ma- chines• We must know how the drive system works, where the short cir- cuits are, and how to repair our equipment to keep it in running or- der. Would you believe that the Atomic Research Society states that our bodies are capable of runniqg for 450 years? Like any machine, ours in particular, is in constant use. 1,500 mile check-ups come every seven years, if not before, and every day we create new cells some place. We need to learn how to rec- ognize the signs of malfunction, to be aware of the ongoing changes and to pay attention to the immedi- ate and necessary repair problems. To begin our glossary of terms let's start with ALTERNATIVES. Herbs in this category are blood sweeteners. They healthfully im- prove the system by generating good, clean blood which stimulates circulation, improves digestion and betters glandular secretion. They should be used over a long period of time as other corrections in diet and problem areas are accomplished. Good herb examples are: American .ivy, black elder bark, burdock root, cayenne, chaparral, goldenseal, oregon grape root, plantain, prickly ash, sassafras, yellow dock, and with extra caution and in minute doses, pokeweed. These herbs, their properties and uses, will be talked about next time. Editor's Note: These articles are intended for educational pur- poses only. They are not Intended to treat, diagnose or prescribe, nor to be considered as a substi- tute for professional care. Library Friends Meet The Friends of the Ronceverte Public Library met at the library January 15. Sue Ella Miano called the meet- ing to order, Libby Wiseman read the minutes, and Colleen Walton gave the treasurer's report. Ms Miano asked for a nominating committee to get new officers for the Friends. On the committee are Sally Parker, Betty Ralston and Vi Hedrick. Each quarter, starting in March, the Friends will have a book review given at their meeting. Sally Horne will give the book review in March. It was decided to get The New York Times Book Review Magazine for the library. It was voted to give the library up to $500 per year, from the Friends, to purchase new books. Those attending the meeting were Sheri Hanshaw, Vi Hedrick, Sally Home, Sue Ella Miano, Valerie O'Brien, Sally Parker, Judy Piercy, Betty Ralston, Iva Dean Sessions, Barbara Smith, Colleen Walton, Libby Wiseman and Juanita Ram- sey. Anyone interested in joining the Friends may attend the next meeting at the Ronceverte Public Library February 19 at 7:30 p.m. Bostic Thanks The family of Norman W. Bostic of Houston, Texas, wish to express their love and deep appreciation to their many relatives, neighbors and friends for their help, prayers, pres- ence, food and flowers, during their great loss. Especially we thank Reverend D. L. Stalnaker and the Ronald Mead- ows Funeral Parlor. May God Bless each of you. Wife--Gall Bostic Children---Jeremy and Brynne Parents--Nancy and Bernard Bostic Sister--Mrs Larry "Patty" Lo~/e"fs fReti] The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, January 23, 1990 3A I Blood Mobile Retired School Employees will meet Friday, February 2, 10:30 a.m. in Wesley Halt at Lewisburg Method- ist Church. All retirees are urged to attend to hear Sally Richardson, Director of the "Public Employees Insurance Program.• (PEIA) The Retirees are greatly con- cerned about the insurance program since their premiums have been in- creased, while benefits have been decreased according to Bea Harvey, publicity chairman for the group. Following the presentation by Mrs Richardson, questions will be taken from the audience• "No employee, who is interested in his insurance program, should miss this opportunity to get first- hand knowledge about the PEIA and its future," commented Mrs Stone. Business items include reports from Committee Chairmen. Lucille Skaggs will give the repod of the nominating committee• Other nomi- nations will be made from the floor. For the fun part of the program, a skit "The Old Folks Ain't What They Usta Be," has been written and will be introduced by Harold Ryder. This promises to be a "laugh for every- one," according to Mrs Harvey• Other retired workers, who are members of the PEIA, are welcome to attend, Mrs Harvey said. WHA T YOU DO IS NEWS-" TO US ( AND ABOUT 50,000 OTHER FOL KS.) CONTACT THE MOUNTAIN MESSENGER WITH YOUR NEWS 647-5724 122 North Court Street Lewisburg, 24901 Free Prepared Childbirth Classes Monday, January 29, 7p.m., Humana Hospital Cafeteria. Four weeks, for all women who's due dates are before April 15. Take a pillow, blanket and "support person." Contact Sandra Fenstermacher, R.N. 645-4248 or 647- 5114. Rupert Woman's Club Turkey Dinner Sunday, January ~$ from noon until 3 p.m. at the Rupert Community Center. Proceeds from the dinner will be used to purchase new dinnerware for the Community Center. $5, adults; children under 12, $2.50. National Association of Retired Federal Employees Greenbrier Valley Chapter #994, meeting January 24, City Hall, Alderson at 2 p.m. There will be a Blood Mobile at ~ the Emmanuel United Methodist Church, White Sulphur Springs, Fri-, day, January 26, noon to 6 p.m.,~;: with a quota of 90 pints. The Spon-' sor will be the Womens Club of White Sulphur Springs, assisted by other ladies of the community, and local nurses donating their time. Due to the cancellation of other blood mobiles in the area because of bad weather, and the extra need for blood for accident victims, and other emergencies, blood is urgently needed. I I IIIII IIIII Players Club. ON And See Our Great Prices Now On All Ashley Stoves. 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