Understanding the relationship between thoughts and body tension shows how the mind and body either work dysfunctionally or as a unit.
Mindfulness isn’t limited to sitting alone meditating. Sometimes it takes some creativity and thinking out-of-the-box. Crocheting is a way to practice mindfulness to help treat anxiety with or without the use of medications.
Striking a balance between meat eating and veganism, flexitarian diets are a middle path that focus on holistic health and wellness.
When Dr. Julian Neil noticed a lack of quality natural haircare products in the early 2000s, he realized that he had to do something about it.
Early research shows that NAD+ could play a role in longevity promotion, through mechanisms such as increasing cellular energy production.
Passion for aromatherapy is what sparked Gary Young’s journey towards creating oils that are made with purity in mind.
A new bill decriminalizing marijuana passed in the House of Representatives in late 2020. This is one step closer to all-natural relief.
Pharmaceutical medicine tells us that childhood vaccines are lifesaving necessities, responsible for the fall in infant mortality and improved life expectancy. Images of polio-stricken children
As researchers race to find a vaccine for COVID-19, scientific communities have started to ask: can cannabis work as an herbal remedy?
The Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) is a leading consumer advocacy organization in the USA, which was founded in 1971. One of
The CDC’s workers are some of the best disease detectives in the world. So why was the CDC providing inconclusive tests and false truths?
Amid a global pandemic, coming together is more important than ever. Mindfulness meditation has the power to change the world around us.
The truth about the jabs and the fight for medical freedom in the midst of the Vaccine Dystopia.
The foods that a woman (and her partner) eat while trying to conceive do actually make a difference in fertility and the overall success of pregnancy.
Neonicotinoid pesticides might be the final draw for the imminent insect apocalypse, especially when it comes to killing our bees.
Revolting against the vaccine dystopia is necessary to reclaim your medical freedom. You have a right to determine what goes into your body.
It starts with a sniffle. Next comes a sneeze. And then another one or a few. The worst is the itchy eyes that she rubs
I have a complicated relationship with my body and have since adolescence. I’m a professional actor, so I use my body to tell stories and