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Diagnosed Ailments & Their Metaphysical Connections

I found a site (Active Healing Blogspot) which lists Louise Hay’s positive affirmations to help heal some common ailments.  Please always seek medical advice for any concerns, but it never hurts to also keep your thoughts positive at all times.  27 more words

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dōTERRA Loves Your Pooch (Almost) as Much as You Do

May 18, 2015Dear God: If a dog barks all day long in the forest and no humans are around to hear him, is he still a bad dog?  904 more words

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LICENCED MEDICAL PRACTITIONER COURSE- NEED FOR

M.B.B.S and B.E are the covered professional courses. These are 4 1/2 and 4 year courses respectivbely  after 12th class. In engineering, for those who are not in a position to seek admission in B.E due to various reasons,there is an option of pursuing 3 year diploma course after 10th class. 123 more words

Anti-Malignancy Factors In Organically Grown Foods by Donald C. Collins, M.D., F.I.A.P. Hollywood, California

Five patients have been observed with extensive malignancies, proven by biopsies, of either the gastrointestinal tract, or blood, or sarcomas. Strangely, these five individuals all died many years later from diseases unrelated to these former malignant processes. 638 more words

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Upset tummy? Try Peppermint...

It’s horrible having an upset stomach, whether it’s due to over-indulging, poor digestion, an inflammatory stomach or reacting badly to a particular food intolerance. It leaves us possibly in pain, feeling bloated and nauseous. 177 more words

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News Report: Yes, There IS an Oil for *THAT*

May 13, 2015 — Ever have that one person who says, “Oh yeah, is there an oil for… THIS?!” (insert really random, obscure or fatal health issue) – the answer is: YES. 631 more words

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Wake Up Your Brain With the Smell of... Rosemary?

May 12, 2015 — The earthy smell of Rosemary may not be the first thing that pops into your mind when you’re looking for a mental kick in the pants during a… “cognitive fog”, but maybe it should be, say researchers. 457 more words

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