Tag: natural healing

Natural Remedies for Cracked and Unsightly Heels

Dry, cracked heels are not only unsightly, they can also be rather painful. When the skin around the heels thickens or becomes dry, it...

Rhubarb: The Tangy Treat that is Also Good for You

Often known for their bright red color and tangy, tart taste, the stalks of the rhubarb plant have been cultivated for centuries, and are...

Arnica: A Natural Remedy for Bumps, Bruises and Sprains

If you are looking for a natural way to ease the pain of pulled muscles, or have a nasty bruise or sprain, look no...

Transform Your Health With Coconut Oil Pulling

If we told you to go ahead and scoop out a tablespoon of raw organic coconut oil from the jar and swish it around...

5 Reasons to Love Aloe Vera – The Medicinal Superfood

Cleopatra and Nefertiti, two Egyptian Queens incorporated Aloe vera into their beauty regime to keep their skin soft and supple. Pedanius Dioscorides (circa 40-90 AD)...

The Healing Properties of Cat’s Claw

Uncaria tomentosa, otherwise known as cat’s claw, is a Peruvian mountain rainforest herb that has been used to treat a variety of ailments over...

Gymnema sylvestre – The Ancient Snake Bite Remedy that Fights Yeast

A new study has linked Gymnema sylvestre, an ancient herb commonly used in India, with significant fungus-fighting properties. Long known for its connection with...

Mistletoe for Medicine

Depending on who is dangling the mistletoe overhead, you may or may not be inclined to steer clear. But aside from being a way...

Stop Crying – Onions are Good for You

Despite the fact that chopping onions can make you cry, their numerous health benefits should put a smile back on your face. There is...

Where Folk Medicine and Science Agree: Anise Seed for Coughs, Cramps...

Anise seed has been used since the time of the ancient Greeks for both flavoring dishes and treating a wide range of ailments. Modern...
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