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Book Reviews coming

In considering the content I’d like to put here, it seems to me that a win-win is posting reviews of astrology and natural medicine books (along with possibly some other areas of interest). 27 more words

Astrology

Organic Betadine Good for Infectious Wound

We are living in a modern generation. A lot of new technologies came out to our world. Nowadays, a new innovation generates in our universe, a new invention which lead to us as a good example of how our intellectual capacity exists. 731 more words

Herbal Cigarettes to Stop a Habit of Smoking

Cigarette smoking is known to be a highly addictive habit by most of the people at any age that may result to addiction on smoking. In the Philippines, the latest Global Youth Tobacco Survey initiated by the World Health Organization (WHO) revealed that four out of 10 students aged 13 to 15 years old smoked. 698 more words

Herbal Medicine

Should I Take Herbs Every Day?

When people start getting into herbs, they often become very excited about the diversity of plants and their plethora of therapeutic actions, and they begin learning about the health benefits of different substances and most importantly, they begin consuming them. 1,096 more words

Herbal Medicine

Andrographis: the first remedy of choice!

When people say I think I’m coming down with something … Andrographis is the first remedy of choice!

Andrographis is most commonly used  in the prevention and treatment of  upper respiratory disorders particularly the common cold and flu. 330 more words

Herbal Medicine

All About Aromatherapy

Aromatherapy is the use of aromatic plant oils, including essential oils, for psychological and physical wellbeing. Aromatherapists blend therapeutic essential oils especially for each individual and suggest methods of use such as topical application, massage, inhalation or water immersion to stimulate the desired responses. 804 more words

Health

In the Alchemist's Garden - The Passage of the Snail

The ancient Egyptians honoured the scarab or dung beetle for several reasons, and not least because it oriented itself and navigated its path via the Milky Way. 1,422 more words

Herbal Medicine