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6 Herbs That Help You Get Rid Of Bad Breath
Bad breath or halitosis can make you feel self-conscious and uncomfortable in social situations. If your colleagues are keeping a safe distance from you...
8 Common Herbs And Their Amazing Health Benefits
Herbs are tiny powerhouses of nutritional benefits. But it isn’t just exotic herbs with unpronounceable names that have an astonishing effect on your health....
Essential Oils – Nothing To Sniff At!
They smell good. They come in pretty looking bottles. And they’re used in spas. Yes, we’re talking about essential oils. But did you know...
Have Magnesium Deficiency? Use These 5 Herbs
Many Americans don’t get enough magnesium. To avoid deficiency, eat magnesium-rich foods like nuts and leafy greens. You can also add herbs like thyme, basil, cilantro, dill, and sage for a boost. These plants won’t cure the deficiency, but they’ll increase intake in small doses. Not sure if your magnesium levels are low? Visit the doctor and get a blood test. Early magnesium signs include nausea, muscle cramps, and abnormal heart rhythm but can easily be mistaken for other conditions.
7 Foods That Can Reduce Body Odor
When it comes to health and beauty, body odor is often overlooked. Bad odor can be eliminated by eating certain foods. Parsley cleanses breath, cinnamic aldehyde in cinnamon kills oral germs, and a meat-less vegetable diet leads to pleasant, less-intense body odor. Chlorophyll in wheatgrass eliminates fishy smells and yogurt treats bacterial infection and vaginal odor. Indian gooseberry maintains PH levels and sage has antibacterial properties that eliminate foul smells.
6 Ways To Cleanse Negative Energy From Any Room
Sometimes, when you step into a room or a certain space, it just feels different and not in a good way. People find it...
5 Medicinal Plants The Native Americans Used On A Daily Basis
Native Americans were people of the earth and the sky who roamed across the vast mountains and plains of America. They did not set...
7 Homemade Herbal Candy Recipes And Their Health Benefits
Herbal candy is a sweet way to use natural remedies. A basic DIY recipe calls for white sugar, light corn syrup, and water. Always use a candy thermometer to properly heat the sugar. To make anti-nausea candies, replace water with strong ginger, sage, or peppermint tea. Black tea enhances focus, lavender is great for relaxation, valerian provides stress relief, and lemon and honey soothe a sore throat.
9 Easy Home Remedies For Receding Gums
Receding gums can be the result of poor oral hygiene. Aloe vera, green tea, coconut oil, clove oil and eucalyptus oil can be used to treat receding gums as they possess antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. If receding gums are not treated, it can loosen your teeth and further lead to gum diseases. You must ensure that there is no tooth decay or plaque and maintain good oral hygiene to prevent receding gums.
9 Home Remedies for Gingivitis
Gingivitis is a type of gum disease caused by bacterial infection. The disease is mostly caused by poor oral hygiene. When you don't clean...
Top 10 Herbs To Grow Indoors
If you have a log splitter, you might consider growing your own cooking herbs indoors. Logs make excellent pots because they provide a consistent...
10 Home Remedies To Treat Canker Sores
Canker sores are inflammatory conditions of the mouth, commonly known as mouth ulcers. Known as aphthous stomatitis in medical terms, a canker sore is...
12 Anti-Inflammatory Herbs For Aches and Pains
There are multiple little-known herbal cures that can help with inflammation in various diseases. Check out these 12 anti-inflammatory herbs for pains.
Magical Ingredients that live in your Kitchen
#1.Ginger Powerful protective ingredient found in herb mixes, anointing oils, and baths. Combine ginger, bay leaf, and cinnamon to protect your ability to success and...
Beat Winter Niggles With Healing Sage Tea
Bring 1 quart of water, with 4 tbps of dried sage, to a boil in a lidded pot. Turn off the heat and let it sit for an hour. Use a metal strainer with a fine mesh to strain out the sage leaves. Re-heat the tea. At the onset of cold, drink 2-3 cups of tea a day for a week. Add 3 quarts of tea into your bath water or inhale the steam to drive away coughs, colds or a runny nose.
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