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Digestive Conditions, Oil Recipes »

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The inflammation, pain, flatulence, and discomfort of this condition are effectively eased by using the essential oils, but nutritional habits must be examined to ensure there is no recurrence of the problems.

Rub the following oil over the abdomen twice a day:

* Peppermint 2 drops
* Chamomile 1 drop
* Rosemary 3 drops
* Clove 1 drop

Dilute the above mixture in 1 teaspoon of Massage Oil

Also, mix 1 drop of peppermint with a teaspoon of honey and dilute in a cup of hot water. Sip slowly.

From “The Complete Book of Essential Oils & Aromatherapy. ” by Valerie Ann Worwood.


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Detox, Immunity, Infection, Featured »

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The common cold is an infection that invades your nose and throat and is caused by a common virus. Most people catch between two and four colds a year depending upon the level of their immune system and how well they’re able to take care of themselves.

Symptoms will usually appear one to three days after you are exposed to a cold virus and those symptoms include a runny nose, cough, nasal congestion, sneezing, watery eyes and a mild headache. Sometimes individuals will suffer from a low grade fever on the first day of their cold but this does not mean that they have the flu.

The invasion of viruses in the body which causes the symptoms can be slowed, stopped or even eliminated with a few simple steps that you can take either before you get a cold or immediately upon discovering the symptoms.

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Diabetes, Featured, Health and Vitality »

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Did you know that nine out of 10 people who are newly diagnosed with type 2 diabetes are overweight? The American diabetic Association estimates that 80% of the 15 million individuals who suffer from Type 2 diabetes are significantly overweight and that the obesity contributes greatly to the development of the disease.

It is no secret to individuals who have Type 2 diabetes and their physicians that a slow, intentional weight loss will decrease their need for insulin, improve their cardiovascular health and improve their lipid profile. By achieving these goals they also reduce their risk factors for developing stroke, heart attack, retinal damage and kidney failure.

However, losing weight and keeping it off is as much of a challenge for those who have diabetes as it is for those who don’t. If it were not a challenge then be thousands of weight loss programs that are currently making billions of dollars every year would be out of business. The weight loss industry has become a multibillion dollar industry due to the difficulty that people find in removing excess baggage. As a diabetic it is important that you engage the help of other professionals to help you lose weight that you require in order to decrease your need for external insulin and medication.

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Meditation »

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Featured, Pain Management »

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Exercise is important for maintaining a well-conditioned body throughout your life. But, what if you suffer from back pain? How can you get relief and still be able to perform a workout?

Back pain can be caused by a number of things. In the workplace, falls are quite common. Twisting suddenly, falling and lifting heavy objects without proper alignment can all lead to back pain. And, when you have a pain in your back, it is hard to think of anything else.

One way to help that back pain to go away is through the practice of yoga. The art of yoga has been around for centuries. It is an exercise of stretching and strength. And just because you are not jumping around for 45 minutes, doesn’t mean that your body is not responding to the techniques and getting stronger.

Yoga is perfect for people with back pain and other injuries because the movements are done slowly. Before you begin yoga or any other type of exercise program, always check with your doctor first. He can recommend different types of exercises that will be beneficial to your back.

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