By Brigitte Mars Our hearts beat about a hundred thousand times daily, pumping out close to 2,000 gallons of blood through 60,00 miles of blood vessels. Every minute, the heart pumps more than thirty times its weight. Antibodies, hormones nutrients, oxygen, warmth and waste are also transported through the cardiovascular system. The heart is divided […]
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First published by elephantjournal.com on Dec 12, 2008 Winter is the season that corresponds to the Water Element in oriental medicine. It is the season of deep yin, cold, and a time to conserve energy, as life slows down. It is also a time of going within, quiet, and observing one’s dreams during this phase […]cardomom, cayenne, cinnamon, garlic, ginger, horseradish, Natural Foods and Diet, oriental medicine
Colds and flu, both viral infections often occur when too much going is on in our lives. Rest, relaxation and nourishment help us be more resistant. Viruses enter the body through the respiratory tract and attach to cells lining the nose, throat and bronchial tubes. Exposure to cold, damp, wind and rapid temperature change can […]antiobiotic, antispectic, antiviral, aromatherapy, beta carotene, boneset, cayenne peper, colds, congestion, cough, echinacea root, elderberry, fever, flu, gan mao ling, garlic, ginger root, headache, healing foods, herbs, homeopathic, honeysuckle flowers, immunity, isatis root, licorice root, marshmallow root, mucus, myrrh resin, osha root, peppermint, propolis, respiratory infection, sage leaf, sore muscles, sore throat, thyme leaf, tonsillitis, usnea lichen, viral infections, vitamin a, vitamin c, yarrow, yin chiao, zinc