Rather than simply blocking out the pain of a headache, it is important to determine the cause. From dietary tips to herbs and aromatherapy, here are some highly regarded natural remedies to consider.
All Trumped up and nowhere to scream? Relax. Breathe deeply. Here are some anxiety-busting tips that can help when there isn’t a change of administration.
Here are six sensational superfoods that will leave you feeling good on the inside and looking great on the outside.
Can we prevent cancer? Mainstream medicine wants to say no, but new information is pointing to yes. Find out how you can start winning the battle using these herbs and plants in your daily routine.
Cold weather causing a chill in your bones and being? Invest in food therapy with these seven warming herbs.
Hormonal birth control or condom use seem inevitable, but studies show there’s an alternative just as effective.
By inviting them with the right plants, gardeners can help honeybees forage more efficiently, which helps hives thrive.
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Plump brussels sprouts are beyond compare, and dressing them up in an oregano drizzle will keep your stomach happy and healthy.
There is so much you can’t know about your spouse when you get married, like that one day she will want to eat her placenta.