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Healthy Hands, Feet, Herbal Recipes »

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Herbal foot soak* 2 ounces mixed fresh herbs- such as peppermint, rosemary, chamomile
* 4 cups boiling water
* 1 tablespoon Epsom salts

Roughly chop the herbs. Put in a bowl, pour in boiling water. Let stand 1 hour; strain.

Place the “tea” water into a tub or bowl large enough to hold both feet and another 6-7 cups of warm water. Stir in Epsom salts. Soak feet 15 to 20 minutes.

Add hot water if needed to keep the temperature as warm as desired.
Afterwards use a good lotion and place cotton socks on your feet for the
evening!


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Contagious Diseases, Headline »

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flu and cold preventionIt’s one of those days, isn’t it? Those days when you’re busier than words could describe (preparing for exams, working overtime for a client, catching a myriad of deadlines).

Sure, it’s really no big, you’ve done this before. Except that this time, you happened to have caught a cold or a flu or some other bug and now you’re so disoriented that you can’t work right.

Your nose is stuffed, your head is aching, your throat is bothering you, and you feel like crawling under a rock and just sleeping it off without other people checking up and asking what had happened to some requirement or other that you were supposed to complete by such a time.

All of this could be summed up in two words: “This sucks”. And we have to agree it does.

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Headline, Reflexology »

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Natural therapies such as reflexology and acupressure can be very effective for a wide variety of ailments, including digestion problems.


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Digestive Conditions, Headline »

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Acid RefluxIndividuals diagnosed with acid reflux may be treated with several drugs including those that are prescription and those that are over-the-counter.

Prescription drugs used to treat acid reflux include:

* The proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) such as Aciphex, Nexium, Prevacid, Prilosec, and Protonix
* H2 Blockers, which include Axid, Pepcid, Tagament and Zantac* Promotility agents such as Reglan

Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPIs) deactivates the acid pumps that are located in the cells of the stomach. This is how the body produces acid in the stomach. The effect of PPIs can last for up to 24 hours.

H2 Blockers inhibit the action of histamine. Histamine can stimulate the secretion of stomach acid. These medications only partially block the production of stomach acid. These medications last anywhere from six to ten hours.

Reglan will cause your stomach muscles to contract, which aid the stomach to empty and strengthens the lower esophagus splinter (LES).  Over-the-counter medications for acid reflux includes the use of antacides, H2 Blockers, antacid H2, the proton pump inhibitors and (PPIs).

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Color, Crystals, Headline »

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See how Paul Ka’iwi Vincze begins his crystal healing massage.


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Christmas, Headline »

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planning a green christmasThe song tells of a white Christmas, but that refers to the weather and the Christmasy atmosphere that snow can bring.

Planning for a green Christmas is all about being environmentally active and aware while saving money as well.

In times of economic uncertainty that must surely be a good thing. And of course, if the weather brings a little bit of white covering too, then that makes a green Christmas perfect!

Exchanging gifts is a common practice at Christmas, and this is an excellent place to start our green Christmas habits. The gift wrapping paper sold in stores is usually not recyclable.

Most of it is immediately thrown away to end up in landfills. This makes gift wrapping with store-bought paper expensive and very unfriendly to the planet – not what we want for a green Christmas.

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