Let’s face it, we all could benefit from more energy. Here is a list of natural herbs that are sure to give you a nice energy boost without harming your body or causing you crashing soon after.
Part II of our series on turmeric. Turmeric is a powerful natural substance that you can use to cultivate your health and prevent cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, leukemia and heart disease.
Turmeric has an impressive content of vitamins, minerals, and phytochemicals. Considering its nutrient density, you may want to start adding it to your food or taking it as a nutritional supplement.
Willow bark, also known as nature’s altlernative to Aspirin, has many health benefits and medicinal uses. Willow bark is a great natural way to relieve pain.
Rose hips have many health benefits and medicinal uses. They can be taken as a tea, powder, or oil for joint pain, an Ibuprofen substitute, or as a topical to make your skin “glow.”
Many breast cancer survivors experience chronic joint pain due to the estrogen-blocking drugs they are told to take. Fortunately, there are natural & effective ways to cure this kind of joint pain.
Roseroot, or Rhodiola rosea, has been used for centuries as a natural remedy for depression and fatigue. Scientific evidence is beginning back up these claims–it even shows that it’s equally as effective as antidepressants.
There is uncertainty in the scientificy community about the cognitive boosting effects of ginkgo biloba. Ginkgo can allegedly improve memory, blood circulation, and protect neurons from damage.
Many people look for alternative treatments for depression. Acupuncture and acupressure are great treatments options that have little side effects. This guide will teach you how to use acupressure for depression.
Ever feel tired, cranky, impatient, or just angry at the world the morning after an awful night of sleep? Chances are nearly everyone has experienced this (including myself). Here you will find homeopathic remedies that may finally help you wake up feeling rested and rejuvinated.