Elderly people often time suffer from different health problems, including decreased vision and hearing, depression, urinary incontinence, cardiovascular problems, insomnia, hypertension, reduced blood flow to their brains, and diabetes.
Luckily, there are some medicinal plants that have the ability to promote well-being in this category of people. But, it is also extremely important that the person leads a healthy and active life, and also exercise.
Garlic is considered a hypoglycemic, which means that it is useful for people that are suffering from diabetes. Adult people should consume two to four cloves of raw garlic a day. You can also take it in capsule form (3 grams a day) and as a liquid extract (50 drops a day, divided into three doses).
Many elderly people suffer from broken bones or fractures, that were caused by osteoporosis. Alfalfa is packed with mineral salts, isoflavones, vitamins K, C, and D, and also potassium, calcium, iron, and phosphorus. This makes alfalfa a suitable resource to relieve osteoporosis.
It is also very useful for fatigue, weakness, lack of energy, in the treatment of anemia, and convalescence. It can be consumed in salads, as a liquid extract (around 30 drops in three takes), in capsules (3 capsules a day at most), or in an infusion of fresh juice.
Many older people suffer from a certain degree of osteoarthritis, and they often time have problems with their hips, knees, shoulders, and back. This is something that can be very painful, but the truth is, that ash leaves can help with these problems.
You can infuse the leaves, up to three cups on a daily basis; In a syrup, or you can use it externally, in balms and creams.
Ginkgo biloba leaves
The ginkgo has the ability to boost cerebral blood flow, it increases the intellectual performance, and it can prevent disorientation, ringing in the years, and dizziness. It also delays memory loss
You can take it in tablets or capsules, two to three times a day, an infusion of the leaves (two cups a day, before your meal), or as a liquid extract.