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  • DIY Disinfectant Wipes and Hand Sanitizer

    How to economically make homemade hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes to save money or in case stores run low on supplies during an epidemic. The governor of my state announced the first two cases of coronavirus yesterday, and one of them happens to be in my community. While I’m not overly concerned yet, the news …
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  • Is Coronavirus a Threat to Those on Traditional Diet?

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  • Type II Collagen vs Peptides (Types I and III)

    Collagen is a big buzzword in supplements and beauty products today and with good reason. It is the most abundant protein in our bodies! Critical to the normal function of numerous metabolic processes, this biological glue that holds us together worrisomely decreases with age. Depending on genetic, environmental and dietary factors, the pace of collagen …
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  • How to Inexpensively Filter Bathwater (and why you need to!)

    If your wellness routine regularly involves bathing to detoxify via the skin, it is very important to use filtered bathwater! In fact, if you don’t use filtered water for this purpose, I would suggest that the health benefits of the bath itself are greatly reduced. You might even be doing more harm than good in …
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  • Homemade Broth Deadly to Parasites

    Homemade broth recipes passed down for generations from a wide diversity of ethnic cultures in Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East exhibit potent anti-parasitic properties. These are the findings in the first of its kind research study published in the peer-reviewed journal Archives of Disease in Childhood. (1) Of course, many parents who use …
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  • One Minute, No Cook Elderberry Syrup

    Traditional elderberry syrup is made by cooking the berries, cooling, straining, and then adding natural sweetener of choice. What if you don’t have time to go through that whole regimen that takes an hour or two? Is it possible to whip up a batch more quickly? Yes, it is. And, I would suggest trying this …
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  • How to Maximize the Allicin in Garlic

    Many people know that whole garlic bulbs are a powerful natural antibiotic because they are a primary source of allicin. A good share of these same folks, however, do not realize how to best harness its anti-microbial superpowers!

    Alliin. Allicin Precursor
    Fresh or fermented garlic cloves contain the powerful organosulfur compound alliin (S-allylcysteine sulfoxide).
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  • 5 Natural and Effective Remedies for GERD and Acid Reflux

    Over-prescription of medications is among the most pervasive problems facing American families and communities. Unfortunately, adults who suffer from either minor acid reflux or the more serious GERD, Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease, are commonly prescribed medications that provide short-term relief, with long-term and often-dangerous side effects. Thankfully, many doctors recommend these cheap, all-natural and reliable remedies for GERD and acid reflux. • Chew Mint Gum While chewing gum seems like a trite response to a serious disease, mint gum provides several avenues for acid reflux relief. The act of chewing gum stimulates saliva production. Saliva is a natural mouth and throat protectant, shielding them from the harmful effects of stomach acid. Also, mint flavored herbs like peppermint and spearmint have been shown to reduce the production of stomach acid in some patients. Both of these can reduce the discomfort from GERD and acid reflux, all in one simple and affordable natural Read More

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