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Alternative Therapies, Contagious Diseases, Health and Vitality »

According to the EPA, this spray mixture is an effective way to kill MRSA. No need to rinse.

In a four ounce spray bottle mix:

* 3 ounces isopropyl alcohol
* 1 ounce witch hazel (to tone down the isopropyl a bit for all skin types)
* 1 teaspoon vanilla extract or two or three drops of essential oil.

Daily Aromatherapy Tip brought to you by AromaThyme

Herbs For Health »

Gently flushes the colon to promote systemic health

ColoFlush for Colon CleansingColoFlush is a safe, non-addictive natural herbal remedy formulated by our team of experts in the field of natural medicine. ColoFlush supports the healthy functioning of the digestive system and supports all organs involved in the body’s removal of solid waste. ColoFlush can especially benefit those individuals who wish to naturally rejuvenate their digestive systems. The herbs used in ColoFlush promote healthy digestion and also act as an effective colonic tonic. While some traditional herbs are not suitable for regular use due to their excessively strong purgative effects, ColoFlush uses herbs that are strong enough to support flushing out of the colon, yet gentle enough not to cause a loose, �crampy’ stomach. Formulated by a clinical psychologist, ColoFlush is pharmaceutically manufactured to the highest standards.

Aromatherapy »

Single Essential Oil Profiles, Benefits, IndicationsCaution for using ANY and ALL essential oils: If pregnant or under a doctor’s care, ALWAYS consult your physician before using essential oils.

Below you can find our Single Essential Oil Profiles which list the actions, benefits, indications, cautions and companion oils:

Angelica (Angelica Archangelica)
Action: Anticoagulant, sedating to the nervous system, reduces inflammation of intestinal wall. Emotionally it is calming, assisting in the release of pent-up negative feelings.
Indications: Bruises, colic, coughs, respiratory infections, indigestion, menopause, premenstrual tension, loss of appetite, rheumatic conditions.
Companion Oils: Patchouli, Vetiver, Clary Sage, most citrus oils.
Caution: Photosensitizing, avoid if diabetic.

Anise (Pimpinella anisum)
Action: Antiseptic, antispasmodic, diuretic, stimulant

Balsam Fir (Abies balsamea)
Action: Antitumoral, anticancerous, antioxidant, combats respiratory infections, antifungal. It may also ease the pain of arthritis and bursitis.
Caution: Possible skin irritant

Basil (Ocimum basilicum)
Action: Powerful antispasmodic, anti-infectious, antiviral, anti-inflammatory, decongestant (veins, arteries of the lungs, prostate), and is antibacterial.
Indications: Migraines, mental fatigue, scanty menstrual periods.
Other uses: Relaxing to both striated and smooth muscles, soothing for insect bites and stimulating to the sense of smell. It may help bronchitis and chest infections.
Companion Oils: Bergamot, Wintergreen/Birch, Cypress, Geranium, Lavender, Lemongrass, Marjoram.
Caution: Do not use if epileptic

Herbs For Health, Nutrition »

One Hot Momma! The Health Benefits of Cayenne Pepper Cayenne pepper is also known as red pepper or capsicum, has a rather wide range of potential health benefits. Used externally and internally, cayenne pepper is not expensive and is easily available.

Here are some of the purported health benefits of this colorful spice:

1. Arthritis

It seems ironic that a spice that causes pain on the tongue can actually help pain in the body. But capsaicin, a chemical in cayenne that accounts for its “hotness,” relieves pain by stimulating the body’s own pain-relieving mechanism – namely, endorphins. Cayenne also contains pain-relieving compounds called salicylates. (Aspirin contains a form of salicylate called acetylsalicylic acid.)

You can take cayenne internally in capsules or add it to foods and drinks (try tomato juice). Using cayenne on the skin at the site of pain is also effective – research has clearly shown that capsaicin creams relieve pain when applied to arthritic joints. It apparently dulls local pain receptors, and it also increases blood flow to the area.

2. Ulcer prevention

Nutrition »

Nutritional Guidelines for Healthy BonesWith the recent medical education push toward prevention and treatment of osteoporosis more and more people are searching for ways to naturally prevent this debilitating disease. Osteoporosis bone fractures, although not life-threatening, does result in death of the sufferer approximately 30% of the time. Patients who suffer from hip fractures also have a high risk of disability and poor motor function.

Nutritional guidelines for healthy bones will help you to prevent osteoporosis bone fractures and worsening of your condition. Fortunately, osteoporosis isn’t a have or have not disease. As people age over the age of 35 they begin to lose bone faster than it can be manufactured by the body. The question usually isn’t do you lose bone but at what rate and can you slow the progress.

Meditation »

Meditate to MedicateMeditation, deep breathing, and visualization are finally being recognized as genuine methods to aid in becoming fitter and healthier.

It is becoming clear that such techniques are not simply the preserve of monks in temples but, instead, are readily available for the everyday person who desires better health, higher energy levels, and boosted immunity.

Especially for those of us who follow an exercise regime, learning a couple of basic meditation or deep breathing based exercises can have a huge positive impact upon recovery from training and immunity levels.

Interestingly the University of Wisconsin found the positive emotions after meditation led to beneficial changes in brain activity and antibody responses to flu vaccine.

This is AWESOME! It is showing that all you require for boosted immunity is patience to learn and perform some fundamental meditation techniques.

You don’t necessarily need pills and potions. Often they are over-priced and ineffective anyway. You just need to learn a few exercises that are more internal than external. Below you will discover some common-sense points that you can apply NOW in order to benefit from meditation where your exercise regime is concerned.

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