If you have experienced a migraine, you know that these neurological events can knock you out of commission, often sending you into the refuge of a dark and quiet room for a day (or longer).
After experiencing the hustle and bustle of the holiday season year after year, many of the best of get burned out, stressed out, and out wallets get wiped out. But this year, we’ve compiled a handy list of some healthy and natural way to de-stress this snowy holiday season.
In the Bible, frankincense is one of three gifts that the wise men offered to the infant Jesus, possibly because of its healing powers. Here’s why.
Arnica is an herbal medicine known for its healing properties. Whether your entire basement is filled with canned foods and enough water to survive the apocalypse or you simply keep a first aid kit in your car “just in case,” you should consider adding arnica salve to your emergency kit.
Turmeric seems like it just popped into existence in the past few years, however, it is widely used as a spice in both Asia and the Middle East. It also has some proven health benefits that make it an effective supplement.
Let’s take a look at collagen – what it is, how to take it, and what it can do for you.
Vitamin D is an essential nutrient and one that can be synthesized by our body when sunlight hits our skin. But during the winter it can be hard to get enough vitamin D to keep the body running in tip-top shape.
Deemed a useless plant by many, nettle is often avoided and weeded out of yards because it can be annoying and irritating. But after being the subject of several studies, nettle has begun to prove its worth. While you may curse the plant for the temporary discomfort, stinging nettle (Urtica dioica) is actually a beneficial perennial that treats several conditions.
New research is suggesting that the size and structure of the city you live in has the possibility of influencing epidemics.