Breathing is something we do all day, every day. The average human takes 12 to 16 breaths per minute, which means that in all likelihood you’ve taken a breath or two since the time you started reading this, without even noticing. Now, think back and ask yourself this question: Did I take those breaths through my nose or my mouth?
Noses are for breathing and mouths are for eating — it’s the way the human body functions optimally. So if your answer to the above question was “nose,” congratulations! You are experiencing the many benefits that come along with nasal breathing. If your response to yourself was “mouth,” that means you are going to need some help – and mouth taping is the best place to start, particularly when sleeping. Read more ›
Ashwagandha is an ancient medicinal herb from the Indian Ayurvedic tradition. It is classified as an adaptogen, meaning that it can help your body manage stress.
Ashwaganda is acclaimed to support calm, wellbeing and relaxation. It also provides numerous other benefits for your body and brain.
For example, it can boost brain function, lower blood sugar and cortisol levels, and help fight symptoms of anxiety and depression.
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This author understands that the virus myth, akin to the germ theory myth and contagion myth have been well propagated and established in the religious-like belief systems of modern medicine. There is much false information regarding these topics that have been accepted without further question. The “science” will say Koch’s Postulates for viral contagion have been satisfied, but that is not actually the case. Healthy people are diseased? Nonsense, and is not part of the postulates which clearly states that the microorganism that is said to be creating symptoms (symptoms which are a mark of the body healing itself) should NOT be found in healthy individuals. Read more ›
Drinking out of a copper cup might seem a little weird, but doing so will provide important health benefits for your body. Water gets a positive charge from copper, and when copper leeches into water, it adds antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, anticancer, and antioxidant properties. The study that revealed this information also found that storing contaminated water in a copper cup for 16 hours dramatically reduced the amount of harmful microbes in the water. Read more ›
“I put my dad on a mostly fresh juice diet and his hair went from a while wispy fine hair to a thicker younger looking grey hair. At first as it came in like the roots showing of a fake blonde, we thought it was his original brown, but as it grew out, it was found to be a very dark healthy grey. He was about 80 years old when this happened. Also, as mentioned above, Bob Beck claimed to have regrown his hair.”
An Edible and Medicinal Herb.
Written by Juliet Blankespoor
This article was originally written for Mother Earth Living magazine and is published here with permission from the publisher. Mother Earth Living is an American bimonthly magazine about sustainable homes and lifestyle.
The Healing Benefits of Gotu Kola: An Edible and Medicinal Herb
Gotu kola (Centella asiatica, Apiaceae) has been a legendary herb in India and China for over two thousand years, where it’s considered to be one of the best herbs for promoting clarity, focus, and a peaceful, calm nature. Read more ›
How the Arthritis Cure has been stopped.
By Walter Last
You may not be able to imagine that borax, this humble insecticide and laundry detergent, has the potential of singlehandedly bringing down our entire economic system. But you do not need to worry, the danger has been recognised and the necessary steps are already being taken to defuse the situation. I will start with the basics and you will understand what I mean as the story unfolds.
Borax is a naturally occurring mineral commonly mined from dried salt lakes, and is the source of other manufactured boron compounds. The main deposits are in California and Turkey. Chemical names are sodium tetraborate decahydrate, disodium tetraborate decahydrate, or simply sodium borate. This means it contains four atoms of boron as its central feature combined with two sodium atoms and ten molecules (or sometimes less) of crystallisation water – decahydrate means 10 water molecules, pentahydrate 5, and anhydrate or anhydrous borax means no crystallisation water; chemically it is all the same. Read more ›
Catnip oil is made from the catnip plant (Nepeta cataria), which also goes by the name cat mint. It is popular because of its effect on cats behaviour, whether it’s a domesticated feline or a ferocious tiger but did you know that humans can also use catnip to their advantage? Read more ›