What do you know about horseradish? Well, it’s a truly special plant, bordered just between domestic and wild. What does this mean? That on one hand, it’s essentially rich in nutrients, while on the other it possesses a truly unique resistance to the cold weather out there. The holistic medicine recommends horseradish to treat over 100 conditions, with most of them having an infectious nature and taking place predominantly during the cold season. The horseradish root contains a lot of vitamin C, useful for the circulatory and immune system, which are strongly affected by the cold weather. Horseradish also contains
Since yesterday was Native American Day, I decided to let you in on a “healthy secret”. Ever wondered what the Incas were using for prosperity and longevity? Many of the healing herbs that the native Inca tribes used are potent to this day. You’re about to see just how much. NATIVE REMEDIES TO IMPROVE HEALTH Wild Opium Lettuce This weed has been used by native Americans to treat: Cough Asthma Insomnia Restlessness Painful menstruation Muscular or joint pains Urinary tract problems Wild lettuce has analgesic, sedative and pain relieving properties that even the modern man can use. If you are
Don’t you hate it when you have to travel somewhere and motion sickness kicks in? Your face turns white like a ghost, and you don’t know how to grab the barf bag faster. Like that’s not embarrassing enough, you could also experience: Cold sweats Dizziness A headache Increased salivation Fatigue Balance problems Falling Unfortunately, many people suffer from this condition. When my wife was pregnant, I could barely take her to her doctor’s appointment – that’s how sick she felt. But, what causes motion sickness in the first place? Your inner ear is responsible for sound detection and balance. When
Although stretch marks almost never cause any significant health problem, they can be annoying and make you feel too self-conscious and self-aware of them. And the most nagging part of all this? It seems that we can hardly get rid of them. Also known as striae distensae, stretch marks plague both women and men alike. What You Need to Know About Stretch Marks They are your body’s natural response to stretched skin. Stretch marks can pop up on any of the following areas: Abdomen Breasts Hips Flank Buttocks Thighs There are a few reasons why you may find yourself covered in stretch
Erasing the agonizing sciatica pain radiating from your lower back down to your legs – seems to be something out of a fairytale, right? If you are a victim of sciatica nerve pain, then you know exactly how much it can alter the quality of your life. There are nights when the pangs of pain are so unbearable you can’t sleep… But Can You Change This? For the last couple of years, I’ve been recommending natural remedies to my patients. The outcome? 89% of them said the pain and muscle spasms reduced significantly in just a matter of weeks! Even today, I received yet another letter
Too much stress can cause health problems. Are the following phrases familiar to you? “It drives me crazy!” “I’ve had it up to here!” “I can’t take it anymore” “I have a lot on my mind …” “I’m not feeling myself lately…” “This has been getting on my nerves for too long.” “I have it up to here… I feel like snapping someone’s head off!” “My head’s about to explode. I need to get out of here.” Have you said at least one of them in the last couple of weeks? Well, you are not alone. Sometimes the pressure of work, family, etc.
Don’t you hate it when you try to get up but the abdominal pain is so excruciating that you’re unable to do anything you’d like? When I first moved to America I had a pretty tough time adjusting to the food here, therefore I always used to have a bloated stomach. I used to unbutton my pants after eating, that’s how bad it got. With time however and some simple tricks, I managed to make bloating a thing of the past. If you want to make sure you will fit in your costume/ dress this holiday season without feeling out
Trouble sleeping? I’ve had trouble sleeping for a couple of years (20 or so). At first, I thought it was post-traumatic stress, after having seen the terrors in the Vietnam War as a youngster. But, time passed by and although I liberated myself from those memories that I had come to accept as part of my past, I still couldn’t manage to rest well. Then I remembered that everybody has its own memory, and I realized that I had created a sleep pattern which went on even if I got rid of the former cause. I turned to the books