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How to Make Moist Hot and Cold Pads

by D.S. Braun Most natural moist hot and cold pads on the market are made of corn or rice – and while these two fillers can be adequate, I believe that pure, natural flax simply beats either of these two materials hands down. Flax is the superior choice due to heat retention, long-lasting heat use […]

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Basic Bath Oil

Ingredients: * 2 ounces carrier oil such as sweet almond * 20 drops lavender or 15-20 drops of your own blend of essential oils (be sure they are EOs that do not provide skin sensitization) Directions: Blend the oils together and store in an amber or cobalt glass bottle. Do not use all 2 ounces […]

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Cinnamon Mouth Wash

Add 10 – 15 drops of cinnamon essential oil to a cup of water. Shake before each use. This deceptively simple recipe is actually quite effective since cinnamon is antiseptic and antibacterial. It also is the best essential oil to use for garlic breath. WARNING! Cinnamon Essential Oil can be highly irritating. Patch test before […]

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How Does Homeopathy Work Anyway?

By Susy Parker Goins Homeopathy can seem like a completely foreign concept to those of us brought up on mainstream, allopathic medicine. The principles of homeopathy are easily understood, however, by even novice users. With a little study and good reference materials, you can understand and apply homeopathic medicine to your family’s health. The four […]

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Diagnosing and Treating Boils

What are Boils? Bacterial infections or the inflammation of one or more hair follicles can result in the formation of a boil. They are usually painful and can be quite distressing, especially if they are recurring. A boil generally starts off as an inconspicuous pink and tender bump localized to one area which soon develops […]

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10 Super Foods that Help Heartburn

Heartburn and indigestion (also known as acid reflux) make millions of people miserable. Continuous digestive problems can be a symptom of overeating, bad food choices or something more serious. What Is Heartburn? Although it may not sound like it, heartburn is a painful condition involving the upper digestive system, not the heart. The pain often […]

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