Essential oils may seem like a new age phenomenon, but if you look at the variety of oils there are elements in them actually recommended by physicians. And you don’t need to worry as much about recalls.
Take Young Living Essential Oils for instance. Helichrysum or copaiba that are amazing at reducing inflammation. Since everyone knows about nicotine patches, and testosterone patches, and others, absorption of components through the skin into the blood stream is a powerful transfer mechanism. Oils that reduce pain are extremely effective because of this. Doctors have prescribed peppermint for indigestion for years and have shown beyond a doubt that it works. Why not try an oil? I think it should be thought of as an option particularly when your over the counter preferences aren’t working for your health complaint.
I recommend this Word Press Post – http://younglivinglife.wordpress.com/2010/05/28/another-reason-to-use-young-living-essential-oils-tylenol-recall-serious-side-effects-investigated/
I have just published an article on HubPages.com about rosacea and its treatment. Rosacea is a harmless ailment that presents, usually, a red rash on the face. As it progresses one might say it starts to resemble acne after a while.
My article describes natural solutions for treating rosacea. Included are some of the things that bring about positive results. Included is: a common household acid, Vitamin A, 5 less known oils, an exotic bean, and more.
Photo used under Creative Commons courtesy of M.P. Photographiques
With the drought in the midwest being so severe (2012), I became interested in hybrid seeds. It seems that the modification of fruits and vegetables may be the only way we can produce enough food for the planet. After some research I wrote this article. Perhaps it will be of interest. http://www.infobarrel.com/Fruit_and_Vegetable_Hybrids_from_Hybridized_Seeds_Yield_Better_Quality_Produce
Sometimes whilst at your computer your feet start to hurt!
To cut to the chase, and be a bit more informative to those interested, although the differentiation is made in the article, chronic hives from diabetes is discussed during the majority of the article. This article contains a lot of information and has been commented on as informative and inclusive. If you or a friend has diabetes and hives are an issue, try reading this article.
The motivation for this particular article was my wife. She is one of many in this country who suffer from migraine headaches. While casually carrying on a conversation one evening, she asked my why particular things, like vomiting, occurred during her migraine attacks. I jotted down a list of things she said she had experienced before and during the full on migraine and researched what modern medicine says are the reasons such things happen.
The article will not tell you what symptoms are (unlike many articles), it will explain why stuff happens to you before an attack. Read http://john000.hubpages.com/hub/Migraine-SymptomsSound-Light-Smell-Numbness-Pounding-Aura-Vomiting-and-MSG
You know there are a lot of cold sore remedies. But what if you could try 23 home remedies based on popularity? This is a summary of an amateur statistical study on cold sores home remedies that came up with a ranking.
This article attempted to rate cold sore remedies based on the number of search engine entries on Google. The methodology had some limits, but the idea was to list remedies in ORDER so the reader would have a way to select what to try first. An assumption was made that popularity would somehow translate into effectiveness. The author doesn’t know whether this is true or not, but the results are interesting. Try reading: