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3 Unexpected Benefits of Ginger

3 Unexpected Benefits of Ginger

Ginger is famous for easing nausea and vomiting. It is gentle but effective enough to treat even morning sickness, motion sickness, and even the upset stomach caused by food poisoning. But here are 3 things you might not know about ginger: Ginger is a sialogogue....
Five Healing Properties of Cacao

Five Healing Properties of Cacao

While chocolate can be full of sugar and creams that are calorie inhibiting or unhealthy for you, raw cacao, on the other hand, which is what chocolate is made from, is highly nutritive and contains important medicinal properties. Here are a five aspects of raw cacao...

Boost Your Immune System

Tis the Season to boost your immune system. Holiday gatherings, travel, partying, and changes in temperatures can collectively weaken your immune system. Prevent and fight cold and flu symptoms with elderberry! It tastes lovely and can be enjoyed in teas or as a...
Open Up Your Lungs and Breathe!

Open Up Your Lungs and Breathe!

A good, gentle, deep breath can: Stimulate brain function Counter the effects of stress Slow the heart rate Improve digestion Open the Mind for meditation and prayer Eucalyptus is used in inhalers, cough lozenges, chest balms, and massage oils to help open up the...
Echinacea A Gift From Native Americans

Echinacea A Gift From Native Americans

Echinacea is another example of a native North American medicinal plant that the Native American Indians shared with white settlers. There are nine species of echinacea all native to North America. They grow exceptionally well in the Midwest and Northeast regions of...