Horsetail (Shavegrass) Kills Diseases and Speeds Healing

The horsetail herb is also known as horse willow, toadpipe, bottle brush, Corn Horsetail, Dutch rushes, Quyroughi, Atkuyrugu, and Shavegrass. It is a perennial flowerless plant whose value is found in the hollow, jointed stems. First recommended by the Roman physician Galen, several followed his advice to treat for kidney and bladder troubles, arthritis, bleeding…

A New Key to Beard Growth?

Is Oral Sex the way to Beard Growth? With regards to oral sex, numerous things can be said of how it upgrades the general sexual experience and gives a definitive in delight. Yes, cunnilingus is utilized by numerous couples as an approach to take their physical relationship to the following level. Be that as it…

Tumours and Reishi

The Herbal Mushroom: Traditionally known for it’s miraculous health benefits, the Reishi mushroom is an ancient herbal mushroom. Commonly known as Lingzhi or Ganoderma Lucidrum. It is found growing naturally on plum trees. The Reishi mushroom is traditionally well-known for its anti-tumour, blood pressure lowering and balancing of the immune system. In ancient records it…

Types of Pneumonia and Natural Treatments

A virus or bacterial infection is the usual cause of pneumonia, which makes one or both lungs become inflamed. It develops with a cough and shortness of breath. Bacterial pneumonia is considered a serious health hazard, although viral pneumonia can also be dangerous especially in the elderly and the young. Legionnaires’ disease is one such…

Prevention Measures For Acute Bronchitis

There are two types of bronchitis, acute and chronic bronchitis. Acute bronchitis lasts for 10 to 12 days. It is mainly caused by a virus or bacteria and in some cases it may come from fungus. People suffering from acute bronchitis have the following symptoms, constant coughing with mucus, excessive fatigue, shortness of breath, chest…

What Is A Shoulder Sprain?

We think of our shoulder as one joint but it is really one of the most complex joints in the body, made up of four bones, the shoulder blade, the head of the upper arm (humerus), the clavicle (collar bone) and the sternum (breast bone). All of these bones and the joints that connect them…

Ankle Fractures – Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

Anatomy The ankle consists of three bones that come together: the tibia (shin bone), the fibula (small lower leg bone), and the talus (a foot bone). The medial malleolus is the inner portion of the tibia. The posterior malleolus is the back portion of the tibia. The lateral malleolus is the end of the fibula.…

All About Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis is a disease that occurs because of lessening bone density. This lessening happens slowly and progressively for years without any signs or symptoms. That is why osteoporosis often said as a silent disease. The symptoms will show up when the disease becomes worse, such as bone fracture, hunch back, losing body height, and back…

Cerebral Palsy Defined

In the US, there are at least five hundred thousand infants affected by cerebral palsy. The disorder is caused by improper carriage of the mother during the early months when a child is still developing in the womb. In the survey done in the year 2003, Center for Disease Control said that one child affected…

Analysis Paralysis – The Mind Trap

You know that feeling of how sometimes we plan on doing something but never end up doing it? This is analysis paralysis. What happens is that we spend so much time thinking about how to take action that it begins to become the action itself. The thinking part replaces that doing part as the action.…

Sports Hernia – Signs and Symptoms

Sports hernia is a widely used term mainly for describing pain that is experienced in the lower abdominal region. It is a soft tissue injury to the groin area that is painful. Athletes usually injure the hernia due to sudden changes in direction during high impact sports which require lots of twisting movements. Quite simply,…

Causes and Symptoms of Ankle Fractures in Children

Ankle fractures are common injuries in Children. This is largely attributed to the lack of fully developed strong bones in them and the increased intensity of activities in their daily lifestyle. Ankle fractures occur when there is a break in one of the ankle bones namely the tibia, fibula or talus. Ankle fractures in children…

What Your Toothache May Be Telling You!

We’ve all had a slight toothache at some point in our lives, but many people don’t realize that these seemingly minor toothaches can actually be indicators of more serious problems. Of course many minor toothaches really are minor and unproblematic, but without the help of your local dentist it is impossible to tell which toothaches…