When most people think of natural pain relief they tend to think of something alien to the body. But some of the vitamins and minerals that make up the human body are proven pain relievers. Read on to discover which.
Herbs have been used for natural pain relief for thousands of years because they work! Read on to discover the most useful and easily accessible herbs for pain relief.
The history of garlic is long and illustrious. The greatest scientific minds of ancient and modern times have used the pungent bulb to heal. Discover why.
Lobelia (Lobelia inflata) has been used as a medicine for a very long time. … Herbalist have treated bronchitis, asthma and other respiratory conditions with lobelia for centuries, and modern science has proven the herb effective for those complaints (and others).
Maintaining correct posture does more than prevent back pain, it can improve your mood and raise your energy levels. Read on to learn how you can improve your posture and prevent poor posture.
Put an end to “the curse” with foods rich in the right nutrients, and avoid foods that make matters worse. The best PMS fighting foods are…
Vervain has a vast and fascinating medicinal and supernatural history. … Following, are some of the most common ailments treated with this amazing herb.
Pregnancy can be a wonderful time in a woman’s life, but there are some challenges. To minimize those challenges, I have created the following aromatherapy recipes. Please, pay heed to the amounts and directions given for each recipe.
For years, I have used eucalyptus essential oil, alone and in combination with other oils, to treat muscle and joint aches/pains, but for headaches I was loyal to peppermint. … That has since changed. In this article I explain the reasons why.
The typical headache is the result of either stress or a nutritional deficiency, sometimes both. In this article we explore the nutritional causes of headaches and what you can do to put a stop to them, when eating right just isn’t enough.
Peppermint is one of my favorite herbs, for a variety of reasons. Used inside and out – as an infusion, a tincture and an essential oil – peppermint can do much more than freshen breath.
An easy to make, and quite effective, analgesic for aches and pains brought on by exertion and aging.