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Information On Reflexology
Remember the last time you stub your toe your hand automatically and instinctively started to gentle massage the toes and your entire foot to ease the pain. The direct stimulation on the foot put pressure on over 7000 nerve endings.
First Aid Solutions For Summer
Natural healing ointment, insect repellent, and sanitizer, can be a great addition to your first aid kit.
Remedies For Sunburns
Ok, so you are feeling guilty about over doing the sun, and under doing the sunscreen. Now your skin is flaming red, and you are feeling the pain. Essential oil, herbs, and folk remedies, can help you heal.
Natural Ways To Minimize Or Prevent Hay Fever Symptoms
For some people conventional medications and treatments simply are not effective, or their system just cannot tolerate the side effects, natural remedies may be an alternative option.
Pampering Your Feet
Adding yoga, and massage to your daily foot care routine, can help ease pain, and increase muscle tone in your feet and connective tissue.
Your Skin Mirrors Your General Health
Internal imbalances, such as poor diet habits, nutritional deficiencies, are reflected externally on your skin.
Six basic Essential Oil every household should have. Start exploring, the benefit of aromatherapy with only a handful of inexpensive oils.
Aluminum and Silicon
A higher intake of silicon may help combat aluminum absorption into the digestive system and storage in the brain. A moderate daily intake of beer may be beneficial.
Apple Cider Vinegar
Next time you hear the old saying, "An apple a day keeps the doctor away", think of apple cider vinegar.
The Dangers of Aluminum Toxicity
Aluminum toxicity has been linked to many conditions such as alzheimer's disease, kidney and liver problems, memory loss, and osteoporosis.
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