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FolkRemedy.net Celebrates Two Years of Helping People

October 11, 2011

FolkRemedy, the popular do-it-yourself health care portal, celebrates two years of helping people live healthier and happier lives.

Denver, CO (PRWEB) October 11, 2011

FolkRemedy (http://www.folkremedy.net) is celebrating two years of helping individuals manage their own health care.

FolkRemedy.net provides useful information and trusted advice to assist independent individuals in researching and evaluating folk remedies for common ailments. In most cases these home remedies provide effective relief at much lower costs than the government-managed health care system of licensed physicians and mandatory prescriptions.

With health-care rationing rapidly becoming a reality in the United States, there is a burgeoning interest in folk remedies and other less-regulated self-service health care.

Most folk remedies are the results of many generations of trial and error, each generation testing the remedies, rejecting those which did not provide relief, and passing on those which did work to the next generation. Modern folk remedies represent the gifts of wisdom and learning from our ancestors.

Archaeological evidence from the Shanidar Caves in Iraq shows that humans were using herbal remedies to treat illness as long as 60,000 years ago. A 5,300 year old skeleton recently discovered in the Swiss Alps was found carrying medicinal herbs.

The most popular folk remedy in America is the use of chicken soup to alleviate symptims of the common cold. A 1998 study showed that chicken soup reduces inflammation of the nasal passages by inhibiting neutrophil migration.

FolkRemedy.net helps provide objective and trustworthy information to people who have an interest in traditional medicine as an alternative to government-mandated systems.

Corporate Summary

MemeBridge is a company with a mission: Spread Good Ideas. A meme is the smallest unit of thought. It is the rough equivalent in social evolution of a gene in biological evolution. The job of MemeBridge is to build bridges to assist good memes overcome obstacles. MemeBridge has extensive experience creating and managing web publications, including WhatPain.com, DiseaseSymptoms.org, and MedicalSymptomsGuide.com. MemeBridge web sites serve several million visitors per month and provide information and guidance to people from all over the globe.

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