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.
This article is an addendum to the video “Stroke Prevention and Recovery… A Holistic Approach”. As I mentioned in the video, the following nutrients and herbs can prevent stroke and do wonders for your recovery, if you’ve already suffered a stroke. I will break down their individual stroke fighting and healing benefits for your consideration, and also some warnings. …
This second article in The Benefits of Ayurvedic Medicine series examines the herb Amla (also known as Amalaki). Amla is one of the most famous Ayurvedic herbs of all time. It’s delicious to eat and benefits the body inside and out, from head to foot. Research has even shown that Amla can improve certain chronic ailments. …
Although not offically part of the ‘Benefits of Ayurvedic Medicine’ series, this article illuminates the beneficial effect of Amla on blood sugar levels in those suffering from diabetes.
The first in a series of articles on Ayurvedic herbs and preparations, Agastya Rasayanam, also known as Agastya Haritaki (Hareetaki) Vasasyana,Agasthya-Rasayanam is an Ayurvedic medicine famously used to treat asthma and other chronic respiratory conditions. But that’s not all …
Our relationship with food will influence our health outcomes and quality of life. sunflower and pumpkin seedsWhat we choose to eat day to day, week to week and year to year, can create either radiant good health and well-being or accelerate the aging process and induce preventable diseases.
Nothing trumps eating well for improving one’s immune system response and overall health. mango-papayaA diet that includes lots of fruits and vegetables speeds up the rate at which humans heal, fight off infections like colds and flu, and even decreases one’s risk of becoming ill in the first place.
An easy to make, and quite effective, analgesic for aches and pains brought on by exertion and aging.
Much ado has been made of green tea over the last two decades. It’s been credited with increasing fat loss, preventing cancer and even extending lifespans. BUT is any of this true?