Natural Remedies

Tis that time of year again when, in addition to holiday cheer, comes cold and flu season! The good news is that some simple steps towards prevention can keep you healthy all year long and safe from those nasty, contagious bugs.
These 10 foods will help you recover from a rough night out and make you look brighter and better the next morning.
Turmeric is probably best known as an ingredient in curries and mustard, and it gives both their yellow color. Include turmeric in your diet and enjoy the benefits of this spice as it is heart friendly, eases the stomach and used for treating wounds.
Time to bring back the past with the magical properties with spirulina. Lose weight, boost immune system and treat digestive disorders with spirulina.
Valerian is a Latin word which means, “to be strong and healthy.” Valerian root has been around for years and is known for its relaxing properties. Check out these surprising uses of this root.
Different parts of the grape were used in European folk medicine to treat eye diseases, stop bleeding, skin irritations, reduce inflammation, ease pain, constipation, smallpox, nausea and liver diseases. Read on how grapeseed oil treats various problems.
Travel is an exhilarating adventure. Does motion sickness come with it? It’s believed that motion sickness is caused by disturbances in the inner ear. Fortunately, aromatherapy can help combat these symptoms, soothe us, and help find our equilibrium.
Get healthy by balancing your cholesterol levels naturally with these simple tips.
Most of my smoker friends started smoking to experiment with the forbidden, to act older, due to peer pressure, stress and of course love problems. While they did find the guts to kick the butt, the addiction pulled them...

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