The Good and The Bad About Sugar

While current research has shown that people in general have reduced their consumption of fat, there are more alarming findings about sugar consumption. Obesity has now been declared a worldwide epidemic and statistical evidence suggests that obesity has more to do with sugar consumption than fat consumption. We need a reasonable understanding of different sugars…

The Use of Chinese Herbs for Lyme Disease

A number of Chinese herbs can be useful for the many different facets of Lyme Disease. Lyme Disease is a bacterial infectious disease caused by the spirochetal organism, Borrelia Burgdorferi. It is usually caused by a tick bite. The prevalence of the disease is greatest in the northeastern United States, but there have been cases…

Uncommon Home Remedies

Have you seen that movie, “My Big Fat Greek Wedding”? The Greek father in it has an amusing compulsion to treat every human malady with a spray of Windex! That’s right, the window cleaner. I’d never heard of using Windex for anything other than cleaning windows, but if it does work, I guess it would…

Panchakarma – The Major Treatment of Ayurveda

According to Ayurveda, human body is composed of the three Doshas, the seven dhatus and three malas. Equilibrium of the dosha, dhatu and mala maintains the healthy state of body and mind. But imbalance in any of them gives rise to disease. The purpose of Ayurveda is to maintain this equilibrium. This can be achieved…

Skeeter Syndrome – Mosquito Allergy Information

Most people are familiar with the itching and mild discomfort usually associated with a mosquito bite. But for some individuals, a mosquito bite has much more serious consequences cause by an allergy to the polypeptides in the mosquitos saliva. When a mosquito bites, in not only sucks blood, but it also injects saliva to thin…

Top 15 Homeopathic Remedies For Kidney Disease

There are many things that lead to kidney failure. High blood pressure, diabetes, lupus, genetics and kidney stones, to name a few. Kidney problems will lead to chronic kidney or renal failure, if left untreated. The normal medical treatment for kidney failure involves the use of drugs, kidney dialysis, and kidney transplants. These method however…

How to Treat Pharmacophobia – The Fear of Medicine

Pharmacophobia is the fear of taking medicine. The common symptoms are breathlessness, excessive sweating, nausea, feeling sick, fear of dying, becoming angry, mouth becoming dry, shakiness, excessive anxiety, and a sensation of total detachment from the real world. This phobia, to the surprise of both the sufferers and non-sufferers, is not at all uncommon, even…

Five Steps to Help Post-Relationship Anxiety (Part One)

In the post-relationship phase of romantic attachments, it is highly likely that you might experience separation anxiety or stress due to the absence of your former flame. Even within the most troubled relationships, the soul connection between people longs to reunite with the possibilities of what “used to be.” What might you feel? a sense…

Perfect Guide To Skin Lightening Products

Wrinkles are not the only features that can appear on your face, neck, and hands to advance the appearance of aging. Years of unprotected sun exposure and heredity work together to create areas of discoloration and sunspots. However, there are now effective skin lightening treatments that can help you fade these and sometimes get rid…