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10 Proven Medical Uses For Cannabis

by Jeff Roberts | The widespread use of cannabis as a medicine can be traced back millennia, where early Chinese doctors, such as surgeon Hua Tuo (c. 140-208), used the plant as an anesthetic by reducing the plant powder and mixing it with wine for administration before surgery. In fact, the Chinese term for “anesthesia” (mázui 麻醉) literally means “cannabis intoxication.” ...

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Still Using Tampons Or Pads? You Should Read This

by Alanna Ketler | What is something that every woman has to endure in her lifetime? You got it, a menstruation cycle. On average a woman will have her period once a month, for about 5 days, for around 40 years of her life! During this time, we need to use various products to stay clean and fresh. There has got ...

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10 Scientifically Proven Methods to Increase your Happiness Right Now

by Christina Sarich Do you even remember the last time you felt sheer pleasure, or unmitigated glee? What is your most recent recollection of bubbling over with happiness? I mean, when you felt so giddy that your cheeks were glowing, your heart was thumping, and your eyes welled up with unfettered joy? If that hasn’t happened to you in the ...

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Heavy Metals and Toxicity in the Body: What Can You Do?

R. Fredriksen | The body requires a variety of vitamins and minerals to keep balanced, and like everything, too much of anything can be toxic. This includes metals. Certain metals such as cobalt, copper, iron, manganese, molybdenum, vanadium, strontium, and zinc – are essential to health in trace amounts. Others are non-essential and can be harmful to health in excessive ...

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MS Insights: Changing Your SHIT into Compost!

MS Insights: Changing Your SHIT into Compost! Everything I know and everything I have learned came thanks to the surprise that life had in store for me: MS (Multiple Sclerosis), a supposedly incurable and degenerative disease. All of what I write, even if it is not specifically related to it, came from the broadening of awareness that I got in ...

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Foods High in Antioxidants. The Importance of Antioxidants Foods

By Peter Hutch | Antioxidants neutralize free radicals and stop them from impairing our cells. Free radicals are highly reactive chemical substances that can cause cellular damage if left unchecked, leading to premature aging and disease. Are you looking for best sources of natural antioxidants and how to work them best into your diet? With so many dietary supplements around ...

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Colon Cleanse – Make Your Own Colon Cleansing Recipes

 By Peter Hutch | Searching for colon cleanse recipes can be a bit like hunting for hay in a haystack – there’s so many of them around that it can be just a little overwhelming! But while it might be simple enough to find a free colon cleanse recipe using the Internet, there’s no guarantee that the homemade cleanser you ...

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Stress Nutrition – Relieve Stress With Proper Nutrition

By Peter Hutch | Stress is an important factor that in long term can be the cause of a number of physical neurological and psychiatric disorders. It is important to manage stress by adopting a healthy attitude towards various aspects of life limiting the responsibility to what you can shoulder, limiting your liabilities to the extent that you can handle ...

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Why Kale is The King Kong Of Greens

By Mark Brohl | Kale is just about the healthiest leafy green vegetable you will ever eat and is readily available most of the year although it is actually sweeter when grown in temperatures cold enough to produce a light frost. Seasonally it is best from mid-winter through the beginning of spring.  It has an earthy flavour along with a high ...

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The Health Benefits of Ceylon Black Tea

Tea is the second most popular beverage in the world, after water.  All tea comes from the Camellia sinensis plant. Black tea differs from green tea and white tea in the way it is processed. Black tea is fermented during processing; green and white tea are not. This is what produces  the differences in the color and flavor of the ...

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