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Acacia flooring

20th June 2011
Acacia flooring is an often used to make fine furniture and floors. Due to its thin grain and varied coloring, furniture crafted from acacia wood lends a warm, attractive appearance to your home. Like most hardwood furniture, acacia furniture requires a b... Read >
Author: roserobert

The Benefits of Almond Oil

23rd February 2010
Many people are unaware of the beneficial effects of almond oil. Pure almond oil is so easily absorbed by the skin that we recommend it for use as a massage oil. It is also an excellent moisturizer. It is light and sweet and it doesn't leave a greasy resi... Read >
Author: cedricrice

World renowned surgeons offer Gastrointestinal Carcinoid Tumor Surgery in India

18th February 2010
Special surgery cells are world renowned for its finest Gastrointestinal carcinoid surgery in India provided by experienced and expert surgeons. Treatment quality at Indian hospitals ensures reliable and high class results. Hospitals providing Gastrointes... Read >
Author: ramesh

Getting Rid Of Bacteria In The Mouth

02nd December 2009
Everyone has a variety of bacteria in their mouth. Some have more than others. This bacterium helps you by beginning the digestive process. Excess bacteria in your mouth have now been found to cause more than tooth decay, gingivitis or gum disease. So,... Read >
Author: Bennett Diaz

Importance & Functions of Amino acids

17th September 2009
A Dutch chemist by the name of G J Mulder described a certain organic material as "unquestionably the most important of all known substances" in the organic kingdom. He made this discovery in 1838. The chief phenomena of life are produced through its mean... Read >
Author: nandita sarkar

Kill or flush E-coli bacterium to cure UTI

18th August 2009
Our body consists of several good and bad bacteria. The good or helpful bacterium supports smooth functioning of body parts. Some bacteria help in the digestive process, while some acts as antibodies against the diseases. You can also find bacterium that ... Read >
Author: Robert Henry

How does L-Citrulline benefit you?

15th April 2009
The role of L-Citrulline when it is used as a supplement is to improve blood flow in the body by converting to L-Arginine. The increase in L-Arginine provides benefits to the heart that are the result of a more easily flowing blood stream that is due to t... Read >
Author: Eric Glenn

Excessive Flatulence Natural Flatulence Cure

30th January 2009
When people think of a flatulence cure, they never think of smoking ! Well, smoking is bad for you and it is certainly not going to help you if have flatulence problems. Why ? Because when smoking you are going to inhale lots of air and that is going to e... Read >
Author: nesswell55

Oral Cheliation and Its Harmful Effects

22nd September 2008
Oral chelating treatment has extended winning track records. It is being not compulsory by doctors for years not without reason. There is some compensation associated with the oral eating of chelation products. Full orally these crop have been prove succe... Read >
Author: Alien

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

Brush your teeth with Salicylate Free Toothpaste

25th April 2008
Brush your teeth with salicylate free toothpaste. Experience Relief With Salicylate-Free Toothpaste What exactly is salicylate free toothpaste and why should you use it? The fact is, salicylic acid, a plant hormone found in white willow and meadowsweet... Read >
Author: Anne Harvester

Trouble With Digesting Nuts

07th January 2008
How to Digest Nuts Better: Behind the Scenes Salting, roasting, toasting, soaking - what helps, what hinders and why do so many people have problems with eating nuts? Here is a step by step breakdown of the digestive process, and how nuts are impacted ... Read >
Author: Matty Byloos

Cures for Cold Sores.

17th May 2007
Copyright (c) 2007 Sung Lee, and George Meinig D.D.S My husband suffers frequently from cold sores in his mouth. Sometimes he can hardly eat they hurt so much. Is there something he can do to stop them or make them less painful? Your question came i... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

Early Symptoms of Pregnancy in First Trimester: The First Three

20th April 2007
The first trimester comprises of the first three months of a baby growing in the womb, generally counting from 0-12 weeks. Early pregnancy symptoms in the first trimester, force a pregnant woman, with her gradually expanding uterus, to acknowledge the sig... Read >
Author: Alien

Do You Want to be Heartburn Free?

17th November 2006
When you go to a buffet, do you eat just about all the food you can and worry about the heartburn later? Just about every one I see at a buffet or even a company potluck, loads their plate with more food than they stomach can digest at one time.Most peopl... Read >
Author: Rudy Silva
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