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The healing properties of hot springs

18th January 2009
If you haven't yet experienced the healing properties of hot springs you're missing out on something that could really make a difference in your life, your level of health and well-being. Hot springs are filled with water that's usually considered to be m... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

How to Get Rid of Dark Under Eye Circles

05th January 2009
There are several ways to get rid of under eye circles that are very fast, inexpensive and effective. If you have dark bags under your eyes you know that you feel self conscious about them. Women have the luxury of trying to cover them up with make up, bu... Read >
Author: TomSmith

What is the difference between traditional saunas and infrared saunas?

11th November 2008
Recently, we have seen the emergence of a fairly new type of sauna. Far infrared heaters are employed by these saunas for heating, as opposed to the wood or electric stoves used in conventional saunas. The intrinsic difference between the heaters of a tra... Read >
Author: Mike H

There is nothing better than Dieters Tea for slimming

18th September 2008
In order to get rid of toxins from your body Dieters Tea is a good option. It is a herbal tea that has no side effects and unlike any other medicines available in the market for slimming. The main reason to recommend Dieters tea is it has only 4 calories ... Read >
Author: herbalspan

Arnica Gel - The Must have Post-operative Remedy by Adorage

28th August 2008
Arnica is a herb that grows in Central Europe. It has been used for medical purposes since 1500. Applied topically, Arnica creams and gels are used to relieve pain and inflammation,caused by strains, arthritis, to relieve herpes symptoms and even kill... Read >
Author: Alien

DANDRUFF THINK ZINC

29th July 2008
For centuries zinc has been recognized for its unique healing properties. In the 13th century Marco Polo observed that the Persians used tutia (meaning zinc oxide, or perhaps zinc sulphate) to heal wounds and sore eyes. Eighteenth-century apothecaries in ... Read >
Author: Ivan S. Pullicino B.Pharm. (Hons.) M.Sc.

Stress Management - Music can be used for Relaxation

22nd July 2008
According to research, music has an intense effect on the human body and mind. Music has healing properties that help ease muscle tension and lift depression. It has been used to help cancer patients, people suffering from post operative stress and even c... Read >
Author: lizzi.loraine

15 Reasons to Use Manuka Honey for Medical Purposes

02nd April 2008
Recent studies have shown that a particular type of honey known as "Manuka Honey" contains extremely powerful healing properties, even more so than antibiotics in some cases.Prior to the invention of antibiotics, honey was used for many years as a remedy ... Read >
Author: honeymark

Natural Remedies To Eliminate Canker Sores Are Now Available

29th August 2007
For the most part canker sores are going to run their course and there is little that can be done until they go away. However, there are methods that can help speed the healing process and lessen the pain that they bring with them. These small red sores, ... Read >
Author: Scott Baker

Sugar Cane Juice Extractor And The Hidden Benefits Of Sugarcane

07th June 2007
Did you know that purchasing a sugar cane juice extractor could bring you closer to numerous possibilities you may have never known before? It might seem like an unlikely suggestion from your dentist, but the juice from sugarcane is actually looked upo... Read >
Author: Alien

Facial Sauna Benefits

06th January 2007
Overall the facial sauna is great value for money. The facial sauna is a natural way to beautiful skin. Not only is this type of sauna great for skin care, it can also be a great mucus reliever helping in unclogging stuffed sinuses. The facial sauna is ea... Read >
Author: Benjamin Wise

Healing Honey for Skin Care

13th December 2006
Honey has been used throughout the ages as a medicinal treatment for wounds and other topical skin conditions. We don't know just when early man discovered the healing properties of honey, but evidence has been found to indicate that honey was used as an ... Read >
Author: Stephen Reed

Aloe Vera - The Healing Plant

15th November 2006
Aloe Vera is a plant of many surprises and wonders. Whether you use it as vital ingredient in beauty products or it is consumed as dietary supplement. Aloe Vera is a hot fertile region plant, but now it is cultivated in most part of the world. Aloe is a m... Read >
Author: nutrovitasub nutrovitasub

Clinical Research Now Suggests that Black Cohosh Standardized extract may Help Reduce the Occurrence

25th April 2006
What Is It Black Cohosh? Generations of American women have relied on the gnarled root of black cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosa) to relieve various female problems, from PMS and menstrual cramps to menopausal symptoms. In the 1900s, this indigenous American... Read >
Author: Home herb

Salt vs Sodium Chloride

20th March 2006
If there were a top-10 list of minerals that have gotten a bad rap, sodium would be close to the top of that list. There are numerous reports and articles that malign this mineral to the point that people try desperately to rid it completely from their di... Read >
Author: John Gibb
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