Help give your body the edge it needs to fight off illness by trying these 10 immune-boosting tips.
That savory tonic infused with fresh vegetables and herbs really does do a body good. In fact, it’s backed by science. Use these recipes today and start enjoying the health benefits from this ancient diet food.
Made from all natural ingredients, slippery elm cough elixir is easy to make, tastes good, and gets to the heart of a sore throat or cough.
Balancing your hormones may seem like an uphill battle, especially for women going through menopause and men who have prostate concerns. But with the use of all natural and holistic herbal tinctures, your hormone troubles could be a thing of the past!
Elderberries have long been touted for their amazing health benefits. They are widely used in natural medicines and food. Elderberries are the rich, dark purple fruit of the elderberry shrub and have high levels of antioxidants making them perfect to help support the body through some ailments, such as the common cold.
Garlic has been used as both food and medicine for thousands of years and should strongly be considered when adding items to your natural medicine cabinet.
The advances in modern medicine are obviously wonderful and have added years to the average American’s lifespan. But what will you do when medical care isn’t so readily available, such as in a survival scenario or for a mild ailment? Hopefully, this list of three medicinal herbs that everyone can easily grow in their own home will help you decide if herbal medicine could be of some aid.
As you can see, Common Mullein has many more uses than emergency roadside TP. Take a look…
If you’re anything like me, and a lot of other more natural people out there, you have probably tasted your fair share of herbal teas. They tend to calm the mind and soothe our stress away, and there’s a science behind why herbal teas tend to be good for our overall mental health.
How to plan herb-gathering excursions, organize notes, and field reference guides and tools needed for a well-rounded experience.
Let’s take a look at some of the common benefits of apple cider vinegar to see just how it can revolutionize your health.
We can help the immune system do its job, without becoming over-active simply by changing our diet, and altering a few lifestyle habits.
Here are 5 herbal medicines that have shown their worth, especially when coupled with mental approaches to overcome panic and anxiety.
In traditional Eastern medicine, mushrooms are the drug of choice and hailed for their medicinal powers. Only recently have Westerners discovered the untapped medicinal source from mushrooms. More notably, certain mushrooms, such as shiitake and reishi mushrooms have antiviral and antibiotic properties that could come in handy during a long term emergency, especially if added to a survival medicinal garden. Thus providing a person with an immense amount of nutrition and medical uses.
There are many ways to experience pleasure in our brains and happiness might be the one emotion that prevents and reverses the cascade of cellular events that lead to disease.
Those that are preparing for a short or long term disaster would benefit by stocking up on three prep items: baking soda, bleach and clean water. Not only are they versatile, but when combined together, can create a germ fighting antiseptic that could save your life.
Avoiding stress entirely is impossible. Many of the ups and downs of everyday life are simply out of our control. Fortunately, Ready Nutrition now offers organic herbal tinctures, and five of them can help you reduce stress – naturally.
Infusing honey with fruit or herbs is a great way to add enhanced taste to honey, as well as additional health benefits. Here are ten delicious infused honey to start out with and some ways that you can add infused honey to your foods. Enjoy!
While I am no fan of eating mushrooms, I respect their powerful and useful medicinal qualities and highly encourage you to research them further and employ them for your own uses. Read more about their health properties and naturopathic uses.
What is happiness? And how can you add more to your life? Here’s what research has to say.
Having problems sleeping right now? Whether we realize it or not, our sleep needs change with the seasons and sometimes calls for a little bit of naturopathic help to get us through it.
Knowing about these substances will help you to make your dietary and exercise plans and goals more viable.
If there is such a thing as a wonder plant, hemp is it. Let’s take a look at a few ways you can start using hemp today.
You’ll never throw your away your used coffee grounds again after seeing just how many things you can do with them!
Sprouts are what Mother Nature intended for us in terms of additional nutrition. They are low cost, easy to grow and can give you ample dietary nutrition on a daily basis.
Once you win kids over with a few known favorites, you can sneak in the less sugary veggies and open them up to a lifetime of flavorful, healthy choices.
Yarrow isn’t as well-known as other medicinal herbs such as echinacea or peppermint, but it’s nonetheless a useful tool for a more natural approach to health and wellness. Yarrow’s uses range from aiding in clearing blood clots to menstrual issues. It can also be used cosmetically!
Did you know that the air inside your home is often more toxic than the air outside?
We need to look at other aspects of our lifestyles that could be affecting our general health and adjust them accordingly.
There are two herbal adaptogens – Schisandra and Ashwagandha – that can reduce the amount of cortisol you produce during times of stress – both in a disaster, and when you’re working out to the max.