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Three Ways to Use Essential OilsEssential oils are wonderful. They are natural, easy to use and can really spice up your life! In fact, people have been using essential oils for centuries – long before you could walk into a pharmacy to purchase expensive medications.

People from all over the world have discovered wonderful uses for these great essential oils. If you have never tried essential oils before, then it is time you learn what you can do with them.

You may think that essential oils are only for people that use them in spiritual ceremonies, or for people who shun traditional medical care. This is not true. Essential oils can do so much more for you that they are certainly worth a try. Here is a look at three great uses for essential oils.

Using essential oils for your health: Even people who do go see a doctor on a regular basis, can get a lot of use out of essential oils. Even very common and widely available oils are handy to have around the home for your health. Tea tree oil is probably the most popular. You can use tea tree oil to soothe skin irritations, fight acne and skin blemishes and even help do away with bug bites.

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Physical symptoms that arise due to hypothyroidism usually include weight gain, dry hair, constipation, overwhelming fatigue and dry skin. Learn about hypothyroidism as a result of a thyroid that has stopped functioning with help from a physician in this free video on hypothyroidism. Expert: David Cathcart Bio: Dr. David Cathcart has been a physician at Heartland Regional Medical Center in St. Joseph, Mo. for over 20 years. He operates the occupational medicine clinic. Filmmaker: Johnny Cathcart…


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The Kid Friendly ADHD & Autism Cookbook, Updated and Revised: The Ultimate Guide to the Gluten Free, Casein Free Diet
“Pam and Dana know what works for kids…This book is a fantastic resource for the diets that make a difference. Follow their advice!!” –Jenny McCarthy, author of Louder Than Words and Mother Warriors

The best “kid-friendly” recipes and guide to the gluten-free, milk-free diet for ADHD and autism just got better. In addition to updates on new research and findings, readers will find recommendations from the authors for packing school lunches and snack… More >>

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Alternative Therapies »

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The Theory behind Massage TherapyMassage is the practice of soft tissue manipulation on living animals. Besides therapy can be used on humans, dogs, horses and cats. The goal is to provide physical, functional and some psychological improvement in the function of the animal.

The word massage calms from the French language and means “friction of kneading”. Any Arabic language it means “to touch, feel or handle” and it’s the Hebrew meaning “to annoint with oil”.

The use of massage has been found in the writings of many ancient civilizations. There are biblical references as well as references in Chinese medicine books. During the early Roman Empire there were some illnesses that were treated by massage.

In more modern times and practice of massage has absorbed many Western ideas into its traditional framework. It became more popular in the United States in the middle 1800s. Over time the popularity of the practice of massage has ebbed and waned. It began to grow in influence once again during the 1970s, most notably among athletes who use a technique to improve performance.

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Skin Care, Ailments »

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Healing Eczema: Nutrition, Detoxification, Anti Stress Coping Skills And External Practices To Heal Eczema
Written from the feedback of thousands of eczema sufferers worldwide by a 20-year naturopathic dermatology eczema researcher and former eczema sufferer, this book is essential for both physicians and patients…. More >>

Healing Eczema: Nutrition, Detoxification, Anti-Stress Coping Skills And External Practices To Heal Eczema


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