Ayurveda is all about balance – how to know if you have it, how to achieve it and how to keep it. One of the most important things you can do to stay in balance is to keep in tune with the calendar. As the seasons slide by, our body’s needs also slowly change. Ayurveda has come up with a scheme to fine tune your diet and lifestyle practices to stay in harmony with the changes in nature. [Read more…] about Spring Season and a Healthy You
What’s a sore more painful than a scrape or bruise, uglier and more embarrassing than a big pimple, and caused by a virus so contagious that it’s spread simply through kissing? A cold sore. This disgusting malady, seemingly put here just to ruin tonight’s party or this weekend’s big date, is in fact a viral disease. Fortunately, there are natural cold sore remedies that can help to get rid of these unsightly sores.
We’ve all seen the TV commercials – milk is such a perfect food that none of us could ever live without it. You might be surprised, though, to hear the controversy surrounding this maybe not-so-perfect food.
In a previous blog post I talked about some herbs that are invaluable for helping you beat colds and flu; Andrographis, Astragalus, and Isatitis. We received a lot of positive responses, so I thought we’d share a few more herbs that will help boost your immune system and help you stay healthy.
Your teeth are designed to last a lifetime, but you’ll have to take care of them to die with them. Unfortunately, an increasing percentage of Americans lives longer than their teeth and ends their life wearing dentures.
Had just about enough of the annual flu ritual, with that stuffy nose, aching muscles and pounding head? Not to mention the days of misery and cartons of Kleenex. How nice would it be to tell the flu to bug off courtesy of some great remedies from herbal medicine?
Sugar in children’s diets is of major concern to natural health practitioners. They agree widely that sugar, with its “empty calories”, mood altering effect, and immune suppressing action, can be damaging to children.