Friday, October 24, 2014

How to Make Your Own Colloidal Silver

With Ebola in the headlines and not likely to go away soon, it may be time to learn how to make your own colloidal silver cheaply and safely.
Throughout the history of alternative medicine, few remedies have had the staying power of colloidal silver. No matter how much the medical establishment tries to ignore and ridicule it, somehow its practice has never been forgotten. And for every person who claims it is harmful snake oil, there is another who has been using it for years without any ill effects. Read more

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

6 Health Benefits Of Turmeric

Turmeric is not just a spice. It also has six powerful health benefits.
It's a quintessential spice in curry, a relative of ginger and one of the healthiest ways to add flavor -- and color! -- to a home-cooked meal.

Turmeric has been used to relieve everything from liver problems to depression to ringworm in folk medicine, but, like many alternative therapies, there's not always much research to back up the ancient wisdom.

But that doesn't mean turmeric's powers are to be discredited altogether. Here, a look at what we do know about this powerful seasoning. Read more

Monday, October 20, 2014

3 Eye Exercises for Better Vision

If stress and strain is getting to your eyes, Michael Paladin describes three eye exercises that can help.
Is your life full of stress?  Do you have a job that raises your blood pressure to the point that you feel your head will explode? Do you have family pressures that seem to cause constant stress? If you answered yes, then this could be one of the things causing your eyesight to deteriorate. All that stress is tightening the muscles that control your eyes and not allowing them to work properly.  If the muscles can’t work properly then your vision will not be clear and sharp. Read more

Friday, October 17, 2014

Is Your Gallbladder Clogged?

Margaret Durst describes the symptoms that indicate your gallbladder needs cleaning.
G is for gallbladder – a storage organ for the bile produced by the liver. Bile is important because it emulsifies fats that we eat and aids in elimination of cholesterol from the body. Bile increases the normal action of the intestines and helps prevent parasitic infection. Bile also carries the toxins gathered by the liver out of the body.

Gallbladder function can become impaired for a variety of reasons. Read more

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Vaginal Tightening with Jade Eggs

The vagina is elastic in nature, and it will normally reshape and become tight after any activity that stretches it out, namely sexual intercourse. However, over time some women find that their vaginas seems to lose this natural elasticity and become "loose." Can anything be done to tighten a loose vagina besides surgery?

Monday, October 13, 2014

4 Herbs for Better Eye Health

People tend to ignore their eyes until they develop a problem. These four herbs can help alleviate eye problems or keep them from every developing, according to Michael Paladin.
Sight is one of our most precious senses. We read, work on our computers, and entertain ourselves by using our eyes. Possibly because we use them so much, eye problems of one kind or another are common. Eye problems often develop slowly over the years and may be well-advanced before any symptoms are noticed. Therefore, it's a good idea to give the eyes some extra care even when the yes seem healthy. One way to keep eyes healthy and vision sharp is to use medicinal plants. These four herbs have long been used to maintain eye health. Read more

Friday, October 10, 2014

How to Keep Your Liver Healthy

The liver is the only internal organ that regenerates itself, and it deserves a good cleaning to stay healthy, says Margaret Durst.
The liver is the body’s largest gland. It is the only internal organ that will regenerate itself if part of it is damaged. Up to 25 percent of the liver can be removed and within a short period of time, it will grow back to its original shape and size.

The liver is the body’s most important organ, functioning as a living filter to clean the system of toxins, metabolize proteins, control hormonal balance, and produce immune-boosting factors. Read more