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8A The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, August 23, 1990 Helen Woodward Headaches, migraines where do they come from? What do we do about them? Old-time herbalists resist that many tense, nervous headaches come from an excess of carbohydrates or, m some cases, low-blood sugar. Either way a look at what we eat, over-indulgence, under-in- dulgence, and food sensitivities for possible allergic reactions should be considered. Many times a simple walk around the block, freely swinging our arms, kicking out our legs and gener- ally stretching our bodies can have marvelous and immediate effects. A short fast to give the digestive system a chance to re- balance itself can prove effective, In more extreme cases, a thor- ough cleansing of the system is necessary. A ten day regime of water with meals of plain brown rice gives good results. Betonv, stachys b.etonica or stachys officinalis (Labiatiae), is a plant worth cultivating. This perennial, sometimes referred to as lousewort, purple betony and wood betonY, grows easily in a variety of locations. Found in old European flower gardens, betony is also adaptable to dry or damp meadows, sunny slopes or forest paths. The whorls of red-purple flowers appear from ]ur~e to August. An infusion of the Whole plant taken in half cup doses three or four times a day is good for any obscure nervous disfunc- tion and headaches of all sorts. chamomile, oats and rosemary are other good herbal remedies for this purpose as all are known to build up nerve tissue due to their t!mcentrated levels of mag- nesium and the B---vitamins, es- pecially vitamin B-6, Although more research needs to be done in this area, these simple herbal methods have [~'en successful for many, many years in countries throughout our world. 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. i i i i I If you like the Mountain Messenger ....... Please thank our adve"Isers l III Wishes To Announce The Addition of Shannon Blake To Their Sales Staff 3hannon and wire Janet are residents of Maxwelton, W.Va. Shannon looks forward to serving his friends in West Virginia and invites everyone over to Alleghany Motors in Covington, Va. or call 703-962-2274 or 497-2154 {11 820 S. Lexington Covington. Va, 1-800-842-6185 I I Small Business Workshop Set Prospective small business owners will have an opportunity to learn what it takes to start and operate a successful business through a workshop announced today by Greg Helbig, Program manager of the Concord College Small Business Development Center in Athens. Admission is free and registration is open to anyone planning to start and op- erate a small business. Cospon- sors of the seminar include the city of Princeton, Mercer County Development Authority, the Governor's Office of commt, nity and Industrial Development, and the Concord College Divi- sion of Business and Economics. The program will be held in the City Council Chambers at Princeton's City Hall August 28. This "How to Start and Man- age a Small Business" workshop is a day-long presentation. The program features specialists in each major managernent activ- ity, who will give short talks and lead di~ussions about the dif- ferent topics. Subjects to be cov- ered include business regula- tions, taxes and recordkeepmg, organizations and planning, marketing and promotion, fi- nancing and sources of start-up capital. The workshop is designed to help small business owners avoid the problems that lead to business failure, something that happens to more than half of start-up businesses during their first year according to U.S. Small Business Administration statis- tics. Mr Helbig points out that -most failures are due to lack of management experience and know-how. The need for man- agement knowledge is essential for business success, and it is the Small Business Development Center's aim to inform potential owners of the dangers involved and ~)me things they can do to help achieve success. Requests for workshop regis- tration should be mailed to Prin- ceton Pre-Business Workshop, Concord College SBDC, Box D- 125, Athens 24712. You may also phone 384-5104. II I I[ I I I II I GET SETFOR ( WE HAVE A LARGE SELECTION OF ALL YOUR NAME BRAND FAVORITES FOR BACK-TO-SCHOOL AT LOW EVERYDAY PRICES! conYI~RIRI Thv I~nd Th.. F~I- '" OueCt~ NK~ G~.S C~tx OW irrv~ RED OAKS SHOPPING CENTER-FAIRLEA O fi ii~l~'C% H I I 645-3885 I I II I I Evokes Rah, # By J onathan Wright Sixty-seven cheerleaders filled the gymnasiun~ of Rainelle Junior High School August 1-3 for a three-day session of inten- sive training. The cheerleading "camp" was led by the Spirit Cheerleading Association of Weirton, a group which con- ducts the sessions throughout several states. Girls from sixth to ninth grades, representing eight schools in Greenbrier and Fav- ette counties, participated. "This is the first time we've had a cheerleading camp here," Nancy Salter said. Mrs Salter co- sponsors the Rainelle Junior High School cheerleadmg team with Jean Carol Farren. "Green- brier East has had Spirit Cheer- leading conduct the camp at their school the past three vears. They chose not to have it this year, .,