Become a Certified ReflexAroma Therapist Through Home Study!

June 19th, 2007


ReflexAromas - the ’sister’ of Natural Holistic Health Blog - has developed several new courses in the holistic health care field for those who would like the opportunity to learn a healing modality at their own pace and in their own homes.

A Doctor of Reflexology with ReflexAromas is teaching classes with curriculum very similar to the Basic Certified Reflexology Course and the Introduction To Aromatherapy at a local community college.

ReflexAromas’ courses were developed by professionals in the Holistic Health Care field certified in the following modalities: Aromatherapy, Reiki, Tuning Fork Therapy, Color and Crystal Therapy, Homeopathy, Herbalism, and Reflexology.

RAADV-01 Advanced/Comprehensive Certified Reflexology Home Study Course - 63 modules (Certified ReflexAroma Therapist Course) - 750 hours

This course, which we call the Certified ReflexAroma Therapist Course, encompasses several healing modalities. We developed this course due to our belief in the efficacy of combining natural/vibrational therapies. When you combine color, Crystals, reflexology and aromatherapy, it simply works on more levels and therefore healing results are obtained in less time and are often much more dramatic.

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Health Benefits of Eucalyptus Honey

June 19th, 2007

By Ruth Tan

Amongst the array of honey products, have you tried Eucalyptus honey before? Besides its very distinct taste and odor, what makes it so special is its host of health benefits. Eucalyptus is one of the plants that is commonly applied together with honey as a home remedy due to its medicinal healing properties of the compound eucalyptol present in it.

Eucalyptus essential oil obtained from fresh leaves of the tall evergreen Eucalyptus tree has and is used in a variety of over the counter drugs including rubs, inhalers, liniments, rash creams, and mouthwashes. The Eucalyptus tree, also known as Fever tree, blue gum tree or stringy Bark tree, has the botanical name Eucalyptus Globulus.

It is native to Australia but was introduced to other parts of the world including India, Europe and South Africa a few centuries ago. Though many countries do produce Eucalyptus oil, Australia is still the worlds prime supplier of Eucalyptus oil. The health benefits of the colorless Eucalyptus oil which is extracted from the fresh Eucalyptus leaves, branch tips, and dried leaves, remind me of honey properties — anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, decongestant, deodorant, Antiseptic, Antibacterial, and stimulating.

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Natural prostate health

June 19th, 2007

The risk of prostate Cancer increases with age. Considering the statistics, there is a strong possibility of some sort of prostate disorder among men above the age of fifty. In fact the incidence of prostate Cancer itself is as high as 25% in men above fifty. There are mainly three types of prostate disorders.

  • Prostatitis - An Inflammation or infection of the prostate gland characterized by pain in the genital region and irregular urination and (if severe) chills and Fever
  • Benign Prostate Hyperplasia - An enlargement of the gland that puts considerable pressure on the urethra. Such a condition can aggravate and lead to stop in the normal urination process.
  • Prostate Cancer - A malignant growth or tumor caused by abnormal and uncontrolled division of cells.

Maintaining prostate health is of prime importance considering the alarming proportions to which a prostate disorder can progress. Managing prostate health in a natural way is recommended since the recommended regime does not include drugs and therefore is devoid of any side effects. The natural preventive approach towards prostate health does not require any prostate medicine unlike conventional treatments.

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