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Fight Head Lice and Eczema with Oil of Oregano

06th May 2011
Through many laboratory experiments and studies in several universities in the United States, oil of oregano was found to be effective in killing harmful microorganisms. This confirmed what the ancients have already known for several centuries. The Greeks... Read >
Author: steve jones

What Are Lactobacillus Spores Used For?

22nd February 2011
Another term for lactobacillus spores is Bacillus coagulans. It is lactic-acid producing bacteria promoted to the public as probiotic. A probiotic is a microorganism known to be friendly and beneficial to its host when consumed. In today’s time, probiotic... Read >
Author: Rudy Silva

Does IBS Cause Anxiety? 8 Tips for Anxiety Relief

05th July 2010
Anyone with Irritable Bowel Syndrome knows that IBS causes anxiety. Not knowing when bowel symptoms will strike is enough to make the calmest person feel stress and anxiety. Apart from being unpredictable, IBS symptoms may cause you anxiety in a couple... Read >
Author: Karen Alison

The Alkaline Diet, Transform Your Body in 30 Days...

30th April 2010
"The Alkaline Diet That Helps You Achieve Peak Performance, Regain Acid Alkaline Balance, Lose Weight Naturally, and Make Your Health Problems Vanish... REVEALED!" Discover How You Can Transform Your Body in 30 Days... If you're thinking about try... Read >
Author: DAVID

UMF Manuka Honey: The Benefits of Manuka Honey

23rd April 2010
Not all honey is created equal. In my opinion Manuka Honey from New Zealand with a UMF (Unique Manuka Factor) is a champion and stands out above the rest. This pure raw honey tastes delicious, while also being effective at destroying bacteria, virus, ... Read >
Author: Marcia Slawson

How do I know I have a problem with gluten?

24th September 2009
Gluten sensitivities and intolerance and or celiac disease may be one of the biggest undiagnosed digestive disorders that exist today, masquerading as other diseases. One percent of the population in th^e United States may have celiac disease and up to fi... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Menopause Mood Swings

20th May 2009
Menopause and Depression by Kenneth L. Meyer One of the key signs regarding the onset of menopause are mood swings. In addition, we are learning that due to the changes women (and Men as well) go through during the menopausal trek, depression... Read >
Author: Ken Meyer

Baby Fart Aerobics - Infant Massage with the Funny Name

12th May 2009
Do you want a solution to your baby's constant screaming from painful gas from baby colic? Jini Patel Thompson might just be your next best friend with her DVD with the strange name, Baby Fart Aerobics.Why baby farting relieves colic cryingThe name is lau... Read >
Author: Cherie Stirewalt

Green Tea Fat Burner - Does it Work?

25th March 2009
There are millions of people worldwide looking to lose weight quickly and easily. Green tea fat burner has come up recently as an easy weight loss mechanism. But does it really work? That is the question we will answer here.The common health benefits of g... Read >
Author: Frank Langella

Severe Problems Caused By A Lack Of Sleep

17th December 2008
If you are one of the many who suffer from poor sleep then please read on. Sleep is a vital part of life, and time and again people think they can do without much sleep. Eventually it will catch up with you, and life will start to slow down. It is very im... Read >
Author: kevin foulds

The King of Spices - Lampong Pepper

18th August 2008
Almost everyone knows that a dash of black pepper can add flavor to just about any dish. What you may not know about the "king of spices" is that it comes from a plant that can grow more than 30 feet tall in tropical climates. Indigenous to India, pep... Read >
Author: Vincent

Aloe Vera: Miracle in a leaf?

01st July 2008
Copyright (c) 2008 Michael Manning Aloo Vera, in Chinese medicine, is one the oldest recorded medicinal plants that exists in the world today. This most amazing plant in the annals of those writings has gained widespread popularity among the western cu... Read >
Author: Michael Manning

Acupunture Points Map

26th May 2006
Practitioners of the ancient Chinese art of acupuncture rely on the acupuncture points map to free trapped energy in the body and restore health. You might have spotted this type of chart of the human body on the wall of your holistic doctor's office o... Read >
Author: Jamie Lynn Stout

Health Problems Associated With a Toxic Body

08th April 2006
As you look at the world around you, you should be aware of the toxin levels that are around you, as well. They exist wherever there are chemicals, pesticides, and food additives. The air in which you breath are full of toxins, as well as the water you dr... Read >
Author: Stacey Zimmerman
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