Some Herbal Remedies to Increase Fertility

Fertility drugs can sometimes cause undesired side effects in women seeking pregnancy. Another route to consider that may increase fertility is the use of herbal remedies that will help the uterus become toned and healthy, balance hormones, reduce stress and calm the nervous system. Some herbs that are considered useful in curing fertility problems are: Raspberry leaf – This is perhaps the most popular of all herbal remedies used to increase fertility. It’s high in…

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Herbal Remedies for Some Common Everyday Ailments

Some of us suffer from common, everyday ailments that can be treated effectively by herbal remedies rather than an expensive trip to the doctor and resulting prescriptions. Specific herbs can be made into healing salves, tonics and teas not only to relieve irritating symptoms that accompany these ailments, but also to cure them. Herbal remedies have innate benefits that can work for a variety of common ailments from acne to warts. Below are some herbal…

Herbal Remedies Used to Help Treat ADHD

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a disorder that affects both children and adults. Learning disabilities such as forgetfulness, inability to organize thoughts and shortened attention span can make ADHD a very frustrating illness to live with. Research has shown that the cause of ADHD is a failure of the brain to properly stimulate the neural network that rules such areas as how we react to outside stimulation and our emotions. The result can be…

Home Remedies Gone Bad

The ultimate quest of most home remedies is to cure or lessen the symptoms of an illness or condition. Home remedies concocted from herbs, plants and ingredients you’re likely to have in your cupboard have been used for centuries – and in most cases they work. But, beware of homemade medications that can hurt rather than cure. Below are some home remedies that could cause you a trip to the hospital rather than avoiding it.…

Benefits That Green Tea Has on Your Health

 If you’re a tea drinker, you may have come across many different flavors of tea lining the aisles of the grocery store. You may even have seen and tried green tea in your taste-testing endeavors. You may have noticed that it held a nice, gentle flavor, but did you know that it provides more than just flavor?  Green tea has been around for a long time and is better known in other countries as a…

Home Remedies for the Common Cold

Nothing is more annoying and weakening to your body than the onset of the common cold. It can begin with a sore throat, congestion and overall feeling of discomfort. You may suffer from a higher than normal temperature, headache and loss of appetite. The intensity of suffering also depends upon your health and the weather. Mom’s homemade chicken soup has been used for generations to successfully alleviate the symptoms of a cold, but there are…

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10 Vegetables For Beginner Gardeners To Grow

By Neenah Payne Multiple Ways To Handle Food Insecurity Now shows why no one can take food security for granted now and explores several ways to become more secure. My First Indoor Gardening Steps explains that in April, I began by buying five Edible Garden plants that I grow in my dining room window. That was a very easy, fun way to get started and it helped me learn about the personalities of plants. The…

Summer Cooking: Fresh Fruit Compote

As August draws near, nothing is more refreshing than biting into a juicy peach or gobbling a handful of berries fresh from the garden. But when you are looking for something special to serve for family or (gasp!) enjoy for breakfast, try this simple recipe. It’s super-versatile and super-delicious! Fresh Fruit Compote 1 apple, peeled, seeded, and diced 3 ripe peaches, pitted and diced 2-3 cups berries of your choosing Directions Place a medium saucepan…

8 Inexpensive Options for Small Space Gardening

By Jayne Rising With many options for inexpensive small space gardening out there, attempts to grow food in an urban environment can be successful. With the possibility of famine looming due to the pandemic, fuel pipeline and meat processing plant hacks and drought, now is the time to seriously consider becoming a producer.  A big problem in urban agriculture is space, specifically horizontal space House lots in the city tend to be small, and apartments…

Who Let The Bees Out?

By Tyler Durden Beekeeping is an ancient cultural practice that dates back 9,000 years and has recently seen a resurgence in popularity over concerns about biodiversity and food security. Taking a long-term look at beekeeping trends in world regions, however, as Statista’s Katharina Buchholz notes, it becomes apparent that one continent  – Europe – has suffered from a decline in beekeeping that has not been made up by the recent frenzy around one of the smallest…

Beat Insomnia – The Natural Way

You probably know how frustrating a sleepless night can be. You’re so tired the next morning that you may be disoriented and unable to function as you should. If you suffer from sleep loss on a regular basis, you most likely have insomnia. Hormonal changes, heart disease, depression and sleep apnea can all cause insomnia. If you’re having trouble sleeping, you may want to try some natural remedies — but be sure to seek professional…

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10 Reasons Why Reiki is Not Everyone’s Cup of Tea

There are a lot of speculations and skepticism around Reiki and other healing sciences. According to the scientific consensus, Reiki is called pseudoscience. This is mainly because science does not approve of the phenomenon that is not measurable and does not have biological plausibility. However, it is worth noticing that epidemiologist, Austin Hill who proposed the causal association of ‘biological plausibility,’ himself de-emphasized it by saying that many discoveries happened when there was no biological…

San Jiao: The Powerful Mystery Meridian for Metabolism Function

When we look to the organ that controls metabolism function, most people would go to the Stomach. However, it’s not a physical organ at all; it’s a mystery meridian called the San Jiao—the body’s most powerful energy pathway for metabolism function. The San Jiao is the only meridian that is not associated with a physical organ. There’s no “middle man” to interrupt its functioning at the energetic level. With no physical organ to slow its…

The Many Nuances of the Mental/Emotional Symbol

I’ve been doing Reiki since I was 15 years old, and of all the symbols I’ve learned and been attuned to over the years the one that still intrigues me is the Mental/Emotional symbol. The SHK. I always felt like it had hidden depths and meanings. I was first introduced to the SHK in my level 2 class with Colleen Kennard, Beth Gray’s only American Master student. At first, I thought it was almost a…

Aromatherapy Used In Treatments of Medical Conditions

Aromatherapy is an ancient practice of using certain aromatic fragrances to stimulate nerves within the nose.  Those nerves reach the necessary part of the brain that controls certain functions. The science of aromatherapy is the use of scented oils that come from varying parts of flowers, plants, and in some cases – bark!  Each scent that’s used in aromatherapy has an underlying purpose.  Different scents treat different types of conditions within our bodies.  Medical conditions…