Celery (Apium graveolens) is so much more than a long, crunchy, low-calorie snack. In fact, it was first cultivated exclusively for its medicinal qualities and only later grown for use as a vegetable. Celery is even believed to be the plant growing near Calypso’s cave in Homer’s Odyssey (written around 850 B.C.), then called Selinon.… Read More The Many Health and Wellness Benefits of Eating Celery
Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris) has been used to treat a plethora of physical and mental ailments for thousands of years. Read on to discover which ones. … Read More How Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris) Improves Health and Wellness
Since 1988, December 1st has been the day that people all over the world mark World AIDS Day. Thankfully since the first emergence of the epidemic, both treatment and understanding of the disease has progressed and we’re even a step closer to something as significant as an overall cure. While an overall “cure” is not… Read More World AIDS Day 2017 – Infographic
While there are many harmless gm crops that have been around for centuries, others have the potential to cause irreversible sterility. … Read on to learn more.… Read More Why Do Some GM Crops Contain the Epicyte Gene?
Zinc is extremely important to human fertility, particularly male fertility. Discover how zinc can improve sperm count and other fertility issues. … Read More Zinc for Infertility
If parents struggling with alcohol addiction need one more reason to get sober, here it is: Your children are at greater risk of becoming sex addicts. …… Read More Children of Alcoholics and Sex Addiction