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Almonds - A Small Packet of Health

21st May 2012
Almonds are one of the most nutritious and rich nuts provided by Mother Nature. If you don't like eating nuts due to health reasons then don't worry as eating almonds is beneficial for health. They are enriched with many health beneficial nutrients which... Read >
Author: Rammidasseo

Natural Remedy Provides Rapid Soothing of Chicken Pox

10th January 2011
Chicken pox is a very contagious disease. The scientific name for chicken pox is varicella. The early symptoms of chicken pox include fever, runny nose and cough, loss of appetite, tired or sick feeling and so on. Within twenty four to forty eight hours a... Read >
Author: bcured

Side Effects of Candida Infection

10th August 2010
You possibly will think your Candida infection is uncomfortable, awkward and downright irritating but did you know that if left untreated Candida can be potentially life threatening? If the Candida is not killed off at the root, the fungus will continue t... Read >
Author: Vanessa Roberts

Treating Sinus Nasal Polyps

21st June 2010
Sinus nasal polyps are growths that result from inflamed mucus membranes in the sinuses and nasal passages. They can extend to the opening of the nostrils, or even down to the throat area. These growths can block the nasal passages.  Nasal polyps are... Read >
Author: jillghprx

How to Make Slippery Elm Syrup for Dogs, Cats, Horses and Birds

12th May 2010
Herbs to the Rescue for Dogs, Cats, Horses and Birds Indications for Use Slippery Elm bark will sooth the stomach and intestines. It is a nutritive herb with emollient and slightly astringent qualities. It possesses abundant mucilage which will soot... Read >
Author: Lorelei Whitney

Why You Should Install a Humidifier

16th April 2010
Today's health- and eco-conscious homeowners are concerned about more than just heating and cooling their homes. According to Aris Parviz of Virginia's Able Air-1, Inc., the HVAC industry has been refocused in recent years, and moisture control is becomin... Read >
Author: Dean Matthews

How to get rid of Yeast Infection in 7 easy steps!! -- written by a practising pharmacist

30th March 2010
Yeast or thrush infection officially known as "candidiasis" both in men and women presents such a common problem in my everyday practise that I decided to write this simple to follow guide to explain key aspects about yeast problem and outline main treatm... Read >
Author: Irina P.

Golden Seal (Goldenseal)

17th January 2009
Golden Seal (Goldenseal) is a herb specific for the mucous membranes. Golden Seal (Goldenseal) root directly affects the mucous membranes. This bitter-tasting, antibiotic herb is still used to boost the immune system and fight pathogenic bacteria. Some pe... Read >
Author: michel143

When Cells Forget How to Heal:Turning off Inflammation

10th July 2008
This body is truly an amazing creation. Gash your arm and it heals, just keep the wound clean and you can watch the process of healing-in-action. Yes, it may feel sore, achy, inflamed, but the cells fill in and the job is finished - it was so designed. ... Read >
Author: Carol Keppler

HIV- Causes Of HIV, AIDS and Risk Factors

06th July 2008
HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) infection has now spread to every country in the world and has infected more than 40 million people worldwide as of the end of 2003. More than 1.1 million people in the United States have been infected with HIV. The scou... Read >
Author: peterhutch

Constipation Relief Using Carrot Juice

28th April 2008
Using juices is an excellent way to deal with constipation. Carrot juice for constipation relief can be a powerful way to deal with bowel movement problems. Carrot juices contain certain oils that work on the mucus membranes of the stomach and colon. This... Read >
Author: Rudy Silva

Using Carrot Juice for Relieving Constipation

31st July 2005
Carrot juices contain certain oils that work on the mucus membranes of the stomach and colon. This helps with digestion and starts your bowels functioning properly. Carrots are high in fiber and beta-carotene, an antioxidant, which the body converts to vi... Read >
Author: Rudy Silva
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