First Published By elephantjournal.com on May 19, 2008 While the world flowers in beauty, many of us find this a season of sniffling and suffering. Hay fever (for the two of you who don’t know) is a common allergy resulting in itchiness, congestion and discharge of the mouth, eyes, ears and nose, sneezing, bronchial irritation […]
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By Brigitte Mars Sports are a great way to be active, improve health, energy levels, and enjoy the outdoors, though can sometimes result in injury. If pain from an athletic injury is severe or breakage or fracture is suspected, please seek medical attention. Also be sure to get medical attention if a joint is swollen […]arnica, calendula, catnip, chamomile, chaparral, comfrey, echinacea, essential oils, goldenseal, horsetail, juniper berries, nettles, Oatstraw, passion flower, propolis, Rosemary, skullcap, tea tree oil, valerian
By Brigitte Mars Pregnancy can be such an amazing time of growing, nurturing, loving and change. More and more women seek to use natural, alternative time tested remedies for minor ailments. When it comes to using herbs during pregnancy, a bit of knowledge is essential. Some herbs are very beneficial to consume during pregnancy and […]burdock root, ginger, nettles, peppermint, pregnancy, raspberry leaf, yellow dock root
Food intolerance, also known as hypersensitivity, and in more serious cases, allergies, is a response triggered by the immune system. The immune system produces immunoglobulin E (IgE), a protein that is effective against a specific food, or food antibody that circulates in the blood. This specific IgE attaches to mast cells, which exist throughout the […]allergin sources, food allergies, food interolerance, marshmallow root, nettles, slippery elm