The Most Powerful Techniques to Reprogram the Subconscious Mind (with Crystals) – Morning Routine

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You Are Beautifully Made, Even If You Feel “Broken”

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Living in the physical world, in a physical body is not easy. We will encounter sickness, death, injury, heartbreak, and loss. It is a very difficult part of being human and these difficulties can take every ounce of our strength to cope with. Continue reading

What Houseplants Need To Live: Indoor Climates for Healthy Houseplants

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Houseplants are probably the most commonly grown specimens for indoor gardens and greenery. Therefore, it’s extremely important that their indoor environments suit all of their growing needs. Continue reading for information on keeping houseplants healthy. Continue reading

Scientist Attacked for Fluoridation Facts

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  • Christine Till, Ph.D., an associate professor at York University in Toronto, Canada, has published several damning studies showing fluoride damages the brain and lowers IQ
  • In 2019, Till received the President’s Emerging Research Leadership Award (PERLA) from York University for her research into the neurotoxicity of fluoride exposure
  • After giving a lecture at a recent conference that included speakers who question the safety of mercury and vaccines, a group of 14 scientists are calling for an independent review of Till’s work on fluoridation “to determine whether her ‘ideology is being misrepresented as science’”
  • For now, it doesn’t appear as though York University will comply with the call for an independent probe into Till’s research and public statements about water fluoridation
  • Depositions by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention officials in 2018 have also confirmed the agency does not have any safety data on fluoride intake and neurotoxic effects. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency also does not have any data showing fluoride intake is harmless to the brain. Meanwhile, more than 400 animal and human studies have found fluoride is neurotoxic and damages the brain

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Nature’s cancer solutions: Aloe vera and honey help combat cancer cells and tumors

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Healing Powers of Ancient Herb Andrographis

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  • Andrographis is an adaptogenic herb with health benefits that include antiviral, hypoglycemic, hepatoprotective and anti-inflammatory properties
  • Andrographis has a calming and anti-anxiety effect and it helps improve memory, tremors, fatigue and incontinence in people with multiple sclerosis
  • The “bitter reflex” is stimulated when you taste something bitter. Your body releases gastrin to strengthen digestive function and the reflex stimulates cell repair in the pancreas and intestines

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Melatonin — A Standard Treatment Adjunct for COVID-19?

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  • Recent research suggests melatonin may be an important adjunct to COVID-19 treatment
  • Patients hospitalized with COVID-19 pneumonia who were given high-dose melatonin as an adjunct therapy to standard of care improved within four to five days, and all survived
  • Melatonin inhibits the cytokine storm associated with critical SARS-CoV-2 infection. It also inhibits sepsis (blood poisoning), associated with an overactive immune response
  • Melatonin helps prevent mitochondrial impairment, energy failure and apoptosis (programmed cell death) in mitochondria damaged by oxidation
  • Melatonin also helps regulate and improve risk factors for severe COVID-19, such as high blood pressure, insulin resistance and diabetes

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Top 10 Homeopathic Remedies for Joint Pains

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In the age of diagnosis where every illness gets slotted into a diagnosis, some set of symptoms just go undiagnosed. Most of the pains in joints have some diagnosis or the other, but quite a few tend to go undiagnosed. This is where homeopathy has a big role to play; homeopathic remedies for joint pains work on a symptom-based system of medicine and the prescription does not get affected by the scientific diagnosis. In this article, I am trying to cover all aspects of joint pains according to their symptoms and their indicated remedies. Continue reading

Getting Back to Nature’s Way: The Role of Over-breathing in Chronic Disease

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Indulge me, and consciously take a breath. You were breathing anyway, right? As you breathe in, feel the air passing into your lungs and notice how much space is being filled. Imagine the oxygen from the air entering your bloodstream and being carried to every cell of your body. As you breathe out, imagine the waste products from those cells being exhaled and removed from the body. Continue reading

Research Finds Blue-Light Glasses Improve Sleep And Workday Productivity

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During the pandemic, the amount of screen time for many people working and learning from home as well as binge-watching TV has sharply increased. New research finds that wearing blue-light glasses just before sleeping can lead to a better night’s sleep and contribute to a better day’s work to follow.

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Kids using too many medications? One RN mom turned to essential oils.

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How Jennifer got her kids to ask for essential oils more than pills

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HOW YOGA CAN BENEFIT KIDS AT SCHOOL

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The benefits of yoga are well-documented for adults, but recent research is showing how yoga can be beneficial as an in-school activity. This is still a relatively new use for yoga, but already the benefits seem to be obvious for both students and educators. More schools are adopting yoga as part of a daily cycle, and there are signs that it is having a significant impact. Whether it is ashtanga yoga or another style, schools are finding children are responding positively when exercising their minds and bodies. Continue reading

A NEIGHBORHOOD PLANT FOR SMOKE SEASON

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Mulberry Medicine

Did you know that all of the parts of the Mulberry tree can be used medicinally? You might be used to eating the berries in late summer when we can find them at Berkeley Bowl or growing in our yards– but they’re not the only delicious thing about this plant! The leaf, known as Sang Ye in Chinese Medicine, is particularly known for clearing heat to cool & moisten the lungs. Luckily for our Lungs, these trees grow all over the place.

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What Is Functional Medicine?

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How to Become a Global Health Coach

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If you’re based outside the United States and thinking about becoming a global health coach, there are a lot of options to consider. One of the key ones you might be wondering about is how a program that’s based in the United States is relevant to someone like you who lives “abroad.”

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