First published by elephantjournal.com Sleep is that rejuvenating repose in which we spend 30 percent of our lives. Our body uses the sleep cycle to repair itself. Still, for many, sleep is elusive. Here’s a few tips for natural, deep, dreamy sleep. Feng shui your bedroom to improve the energy. Blue is a calming color […]
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By Brigitte Mars Life is not without its share of stress. Even activities such as skiing down a mountain, aiming for higher goals or falling in love can take a toll on one’s nerves. All too often, during difficult times, people take worse care of themselves by either over or under eating, using more sugar, […]catnip, chamomile, hops, kava kava. lavender, Oatstraw, passion flower, peppermint, skullcap, valerian
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 Blissful sleep is that recharging, rejuvenating repose in which about one third of our lives are be spent. When resting, bone marrow and lymph nodes produce substances that aid the immune systems and much of the body’s repair work is done. Yet for many, sweet sleep can be elusive, leaving one exhausted […]chamomile, essential oils, hops, insomnia, passion flower, skullcap, sleep, valerian
By Brigitte Mars Pain can serve a protective function by letting one know that something is wrong. Resolving the underlying problem, when possible is the best way to eliminate pain. The brain responds to pain by producing morphine-like hormones known as endorphins. Besides drugs, there are other ways to stimulate endorphin production. Dietary Recommendations The […]calcium, cayenne pepper, corydalis root, cramp bark, DLPA, feverfew, ginger, hops, kava kava, Natural Foods and Diet, pain relief, passionflower, skullcap, valerian, vitamin B-1, white willow bark