Ulcers should not be ignored! You can help alleviate ulcers by adding these 8 foods to your diet.
Did you know… Apricot kernels can increase energy, clear mucus, soothe asthma, prevent cancer, and increase blood circulation? So next time you eat an apricot don’t just through the pit in the trash. They’re worth the extra work of cracking and shelling!
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Alfalfa sprouts can encourage hair growth when eaten regularly. Alfalfa sprouts are a good source of vitamins A, B2, B5, C and K. They also contain phytochemicals and folic acid. In addition, the sprouts contain trace elements such as zinc, copper and magnesium, which are all necessary for strong hair and a healthy scalp.
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For oozing or infected Acne breakouts, crush fresh dandelion root into a pulp and place on infected area.
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Every year colds seem to get stronger and stronger, and when the immune system is taxed you are much more likely to catch the latest cold. Try eating these 10 foods during cold season this year to help you fight off that nasty bug!
As we age are muscles tend to weaken in strength, and on top of that most of us move less. When you put these together the blood starts to move slower circulating through the body with less strength. When you add the typical American diet to this the combination the result is often heart disease. Dang Shen is one of the best herbs to keep the blood flowing smooth and specifically opens the chest and assists the heart.
We all need a little extra love during that “time of the month”. Try this homemade tea, that tastes yummy, and also helps to gently move the liver and sooth PMS symptoms.
Do you suffer from PMS? Try one of these yummy teas to sooth your PMS. Need something stronger… try these Chinese Herbs for PMS. Or just listen and watch as Kirstin Stephenson L.A.c. from KirstinsCounter.com walks you through alternative cures for PMS