Join K.P. Khalsa for a discussion on herbs that can be used for topical pain relief. Herbs discussed include Cayenne, St John’s wort, and Arnica. [Read more…] about Topical Herbs for Pain Relief
Scientists who study obesity deem it chronic health condition. They say that it must be managed, like high blood pressure or diabetes. There’s no easy cure. But being overweight puts you at higher risk for diabetes, osteoarthritis, heart disease, stroke, and cancer. [Read more…] about Herbs for Weight Loss and Management
Listen to an interview with K.P. Khalsa by Ann Holaday of Voice America on the topic of Food as Medicine. [Read more…] about Food as Medicine Interview with K.P. Khalsa on Voice America
In the blog post, Lifestyle Advice for Asthma, we talked about general lifestyle factors that can impact asthma. Another element of long-term asthma treatment is to include anti-inflammatory herbs and foods in the diet since asthma involves inflammation of the bronchi and an inappropriate inflammatory reaction by the body to certain substances. [Read more…] about Food and Nutrients for Asthma
General good health habits are, of course, crucial if you hope to resolve asthma permanently. As with any condition, a favorable environment for healing must be created, both internally and externally. A basic healthy diet should be observed generally. [Read more…] about Lifestyle Advice for Asthma
Discover how to use clinical assessment tools in practice. Using these tools often provides an insight that enhances or reveals valuable information that cracks the case. Take a look at this introductory webinar with K.P. Khalsa all about Clinical Assessment Tools.
A chain saw? A hibernating bear? A cement truck? Unfortunately, although it might actually be quieter to sleep next a chain saw, it’s your partner.
After the midnight serenade starts, you lie there for a while, trying to decide whether you have the energy to move to the guest bedroom, or whether your bed partner gets banished. Maybe moving to Alaska… [Read more…] about Snuff Out Snoring