OTC Drugs and Prescription drugs are not the only thing to treat your infection, or cure your cold, or calm your stomach. Mother nature, herbs, can help you with so many conditions. Here are 10 great herbal options you may want to consider next time you reach towards your medicine cabinet.
1) Peppermint. Used as a tea to help digestion and menstrual pain. Can be vaporized as oil to help with respiratory issues.
2) Aloe vera. Use the gel from this plant directly on your skin to treat sunburns and skin injuries. Also can be taken internally to help improve digestion.
3) Ginger. A perfect remedy for stomach pain and nausea. Ginger actually has many pain-relieving compounds, sometimes being a better option than over-the-counter pain pills.
4) Feverfew. Can be used for migraines and to lessen arthritic pain.
5) Frankincense. In it’s oil form it can help relieve anxiety and stress.
6) Chamomile. Helps soothe digestion, relieve the aches and pains associated with menstruation, and relax the nervous system. Usually made as a tea.
7) Ylang Ylang. Helps to address sexual problems and impotence in men.
8) Garlic. The jack of all trades. It’s an antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, and anti-cancer herb that helps boost the immune system and ward off colds and coughs. It can also help to treat skin infections, intestinal worms, and sinusitis.
9) Wild yam. Many times used for women going through menopause.
10) Lavender. The smell of lavender can help improve sleep quality while minimizing stress.
Hope you enjoyed this list and learned something new! Consider these herbs next time you or someone you know wants to take a man made pill.
How to get a glowing skin? How to have flawless skin? Are you’re trying to prevent pimples? Do you spend all your time on hair and makeup to look your best? Does amend tend to ruin your life?
So, what better way to not deal with acne than to prevent it? Below are some of the best tips for how to prevent acne.
1. Cut back on eating greasy foods
One of the major causes of acne is excess oil, greasy foods are a huge no-no. Go for baked alternatives instead of anything fried, and if you can, cut out fatty fast food altogether.
2. Wash your face before and after the gym
When you’re going to exercise, even if you’re not wearing makeup, your skin already has bacteria and pollutants on it, which will only get into your pores. For that reason, you should wash your face before the gym. Sweat and dirt from on your can face get into your pores, which can clog them and cause acne.
3. Exercice 2x a week
Exercise helps to increase blood flow to the body, which means that more oxygen can get to your skin, therefore keeping it fresh and clean. You’ll work to flush out bacteria and toxins from your skin, which will prevent acne from happening.
4. Stress Relief
Stress is a huge cause of acne breakouts, so by reducing your stress, you’ll reduce the skin issues. Whether you practice yoga, take up writing, or listen to calming music, finding a few ways to cut back on the stress in your life will dramatically help your skin.
5. Use Natural Cleansers
Facial cleansers with harsh chemicals can actually be harmful to your skin. Using natural, organic cleansers will help your skin clear up faster and can be much more effective than unnatural cleansers.
6. Wear less makeup
Wearing too much makeup everyday will be damaging to your skin. If you have to wear makeup, use natural and mineral makeup only. On the days you can, skip the full face of foundation instead using concealer in certain areas, so you won’t be potentially clogging up pores on your entire face.
7. Drink more water
As we know there are many health benefits of drinking water, it cleanses your body, helping eliminate toxins. It also hydrates you and rids your skin of dirt and oils. 15% of our skin is made up of water. Try to drink half your body weight in ounces daily.
8. Use a Clay Mask:
A Clay mask will penetrate deep into your skin and clean out excess oil and bacteria. It will also open your pores and unclog them, making your skin feel rejuvenated right after. A face mask will help your skin to rejuvenate and generate new skin cells overnight.
9. Don’t Pop Your Zits
I know tt’s so hard not want to pop your zits. But try to resist. Popping your pimples will result in inflammation, scarring, and more acne.
10. Never go to sleep with your make up on
Always cleanse your face at night, even if you haven’t used any make up product. Following a daily routine of cleaning your face is the best for your skin.
I have some suggestions for you if your man is in a mood.
And yes, popular belief is that women are moody, but men can certainly have their place here, certain men. If yours is one, read on for some suggestions to get him out of it, and get you two back to enjoying time together.
Because a man in a bad mood is absolutely no fun to be around.
1. GIVE HIM SPACE TO TALK
Start by asking him if he wants to talk about what’s bothering him. So men want to do this others don’t/ But by asking you are giving him the opportunity to voice himself.
If he does, be the best listener and let him talk as long as he needs to (not usually ever really a l ing time with these men lol)
Try your best not tot interject or give your own opinions or comments, just let him talk.
It’s nice to feel that someone understands what you are going through, so give him this. It may not change his mood per say, but it’s a nice gesture.
Let him know you understand.
3. SUGGEST SOMETHING TO DO
Often times distraction can change ones mood. So think of what he likes to do that you both do together and simply suggest it.
4.DO SOMETHING NICE FOR HIM
When you are in a bad mood do you appreciate a nice gesture done for you? This one is personal and I’m sure you can think of many. Perhaps making his favorite meal, or bringing home is favorite magazine or simply tell him you are thinking of him. There are many options here, so make it cater to him.
Well this sure can take his mind off his worries. So men are receptive to this, and some are not. You can let him know you know something that can make his bad mood go away. If distance separates you or it’s too difficult to be in the same place, hey, at least you’ve given him a mental diversion.
6. IGNORE HIM
This is almost last resort but if the above are not working, just let him be. You have tried to be sincerely helpful and he’s not interested so don’t let it ruin your day as well. Enjoy yourself.
Sext = sending flirtatious messages via text message, email, Twitter, Facebook, WhatsApp …or sending sexually explicit photos, or FaceTime sex…all this is sexting.
Is this cheating? A lot of people think it’s harmless. Here I will tell why it’s a very bad idea:
1Just because you or your significant other don’t call it cheating, doing so can bring your relationship or marriage to an end.
2 Sexting is a form of flirting. Flirting is the first step in getting to know someone. Think about why you two got together, it probably involved a little flirting, it’s like the courtship. Would you be okay if your spouse was courting someone else? (I’m going to use the word spouse, but you can replace with fiance or boyfriend or girlfriend)
3 Trust is an important ingredient to a happy relationship. Sexting interferes with Trust.
4 If you wouldn’t do it with your spouse sitting right next to you, it’s probably not good for your marriage or relationship. I like to think this way about phone calls with the opposite sex as well. If you have to do it in secret or when your spouse is not around, it’s likely harmful and not pro-relationship.
5 As the saying goes: The grass is always greener where you water it. If you are sexting with someone who isn’t your spouse, you are watering the wrong lawn.
6 By focusing your attention outside your home, you will end up neglecting what’s inside your home. To keep it strong, your marriage and relationship will need all of the attention you can give it. Don’t waste your attention where it’s not needed.
7 When you flirt with someone else – either in person, on the phone, or digitally – you hurt your spouse’s self esteem. A spouse who feels this way is eventually going to check out, or you just won’t be getting the best version of your spouse. This will affect your overall relationship.
8 When you flirt with someone else – either in person, on the phone, or digitally – you make it harder for your spouse to feel sexy. A spouse who doesn’t feel sexy isn’t going to want to have sex or feel like they are sexual to you. And sex life has an impact on all of the relationship.
9 When you flirt with someone else – either in person, on the phone, or digitally – you cause your spouse to feel unloved. If your spouse does not get the love she needs from you, she’s going to be more likely to search for it somewhere else. Or her attitude is not going to be the best it can.
10 If you need a rush, try finding it with your spouse. The two of you can strengthen your marriage or relationship by solving this problem together.
11 If you don’t feel sexy, try talking to your spouse about the problem. The two of you can strengthen your marriage/relationship by solving this problem together.
BUT!!! There is ONE way sexting can help your relationship!. Do it with your spouse. Text “you are hot” to your spouse. Text “I can’t wait to see you naked” to your spouse. Everything you were thinking of sexting to someone else? Sext it to your spouse. Why not?
In fact, sext your Man or Woman right now! Just watch what happens, you may think it won’t be the same as with whoever else you wanted to sext with, or whoever else you have been in the past. And it won’t be the same, it will be better. Give it a go.
Cashews contain more iron gram for gram than lean rump steak! And if you want to increase the absorption rate of the iron, eat them with oranges or orange juice — as the vitamin C significantly improves it’s aborption.
Cashews have a lower fat and higher protein content than any other nut.
The fat that they do contain is mostly 65% derived from oleic acid, a monounsaturated oil which has known health benefits is a great thing!
Expert tips to manage your frustration and get past toxic thinking
Have you ever found that you just can’t stop thinking about someone—what they did or said, and how bewildered or hurt you were by their actions? When someone hurts us, our children, or someone we love; gossips behind our back; or simply acts crazy in ways that confound us, we can get stuck thinking about it for hours or days. We’re washing dishes, driving, or walking the dogs and we can’t stop thinking about how unkind, untrue and self-centered the things that person said were. Their image, their words, keep resurfacing. Five hours, five days, five weeks later, there they are—we see their face in front of us, even if we haven’t seen them in all that time.
(Just to be clear, I’m not addressing how we deal with trauma or abuse here—situations which require professional help and intervention—I’m talking about the day-to-day interactions we have with others that leave us mentally sputtering).
How can we stop feeling embroiled in other people’s craziness? How can we stop thinking about a person or situation—what we should have or could have done differently—when the same thoughts keep looping back, rewinding, and playing through our mind again and again?
Or maybe, for you, it’s not about a person. It’s about what you got or didn’t get, what you need but don’t have, what just isn’t right in your life. Usually, of course, there is a person involved whom you feel deserves blame for whatever is wrong.
It’s toxic cyclical thinking. And most of us know that this kind of ruminating is both emotionally and physically harmful to us.
In fact, studies show that a ruminating mind is an unhappy and unhealthy mind. When our monkey mind is unhappily fraught with replaying altercations, resentments or losses, we marinate in a cascade of harmful inflammatory stress chemicals and hormones linked to almost every disease we can name. Increasingly, scientists can pinpoint how ruminating plays a role in diseases including depression, cancer, heart disease, and autoimmune disease. The stress chemicals we wallow in are far worse for us than the thing that actually happened to bring them on in the first place.
Moreover, toxic thinking just doesn’t feel good: It’s like getting caught on a spinning, centrifugal-force ride at the fair that was fun for a few turns, but now just makes you feel sick.
You want to get off. But you can’t.
We work so hard to remove whatever is toxic from our lives: We buy organic, we avoid unhealthy foods, we remove chemicals from our home. We eat green, we clean green, we buy organic cosmetics. But we put very little concerted effort into trying to go green in our minds. What is the green solution for toxic thinking?
In researching and writing my recent book, The Last Best Cure: My Quest to Awaken the Healing Parts of My Brain and Get Back My Body, My Joy, and My Life(link is external), I developed a number of insights on how to stop myself from spinning stories, ruminating, worrying, and replaying thoughts about someone or something.
These 15 small but powerful ideas work for me. Many are based on teachings from today’s leaders in mindfulness psychology and meditation. Choose the ones that resonate most with you:
“Less said, more time.” This my own personal motto. Saying less and letting more time pass when we’re dealing with a difficult, reactive person is almost always a smart move. It allows us to simmer down, and let it go, take the high road. Often, with time, the thing we’re annoyed about just falls away.
“Let’s just wait and see what happens next.” We often feel the need to respond and react to difficult people or situations right away, which is why we stew so much over what to say or do next. Buddhist psychologist Sylvia Boorsteinsuggests that instead we simply give ourselves permission to wait and see what happens next.
Move away from the blame game. Picking apart past events and trying to assign blame (including blaming oneself) is rarely productive. Bad things and misunderstandings most often “happen” through a series of events, like a domino effect. No one person is usually entirely to blame for the end result. Sylvia Boorsteinhas a saying that helps to remind us of this truth: “First this happened, then that happened, then that happened. And that is how what happened happened.”
“Try not to fall into other people’s states of minds.” Another Sylvia Boorsteinnugget that pretty much says it all.
“Deal with your biggest problem first.” Buddhist meditation teacher Norman Fischersuggests that no matter what’s happened, the biggest problem we face is our own anger. Our anger creates a cloud of emotion that keeps us from responding in a cogent, productive way. In that sense, our anger really is our biggest problem. Deal with yourself—meditate, exercise, take a long walk, say less and give it more time, whatever it takes—before you deal with anyone else.
“When you’re angry it wrinkles the mind.” This Sylvia Boorstein teaching follows along the same lines. You can’t think clearly or be creative or thoughtful about how best to handle any situation when you’re mad. “Anger wrinkles the mind,” she says. If you want to think clearly, “you can’t be mad at anything.”
“Don’t try to figure others out.” This is another Norman Fischer teaching. Ask yourself, if others tried to figure out what you’re thinking, or what your motivations are, how right do you think they’d be? They probably wouldn’t have a clue as to what’s really going through your mind. So why try to figure out what others are thinking? Chances are extremely good that you would be wrong, which means that all that ruminating was a colossal waste of time.
Your thoughts are not facts. Don’t treat them as if they are. In other words, Don’t believe everything you think. We experience our emotions—anxiety, tension, fearand stress—keenly in our bodies. Our emotions are physical. We often take this as a sign that our thoughts must be facts. How could we feel so bad if our feelings weren’t true? Tibetan Buddhist teacher Tsokyni Rinpoche teaches that when we’re emotionally hijacked by worry, regret, fear, anxiety, anger, to remember that the emotional and physical state we experience is “Real but not true.”
How can you grow from this? Insight Meditation teacher and psychologist Tara Brach suggests that when we are locked in anger, taking offense over something said or done, making judgments, or fuming over how we were treated, we add to our own reservoir of suffering. An event + our reaction = suffering. When we’re able to be present with our feelings, and inquire why we’re experiencing such a strong reaction and what our feelings tell us about ourselves, that’s a learning opportunity. An event + inquiry + presence = growth. Center your thoughts on growth. Green, not red.
“Don’t ever put anyone out of your heart, not even you.” A Tara Brachteaching that speaks for itself.
You’re not a time magician. When we churn over past events we often search for how we might have done things differently to prevent a crazy-making altercation or regrettable outcome. But what happened yesterday is as much in the past as what happened a thousand or more years ago in the time of the Mayans. We can’t change what took place way back then, and we can’t change what happened a week ago.
Forgive, for your sake. Buddhist psychologist Jack Kornfield teaches, “It is not necessary to be loyal to your suffering.” We are so loyal to our suffering, he says, “focusing on the trauma of ‘what happened to me.’ Yes, it happened. Yes, it was horrible. But is that what defines you?” Forgiveness is not something we do just for the other person. We forgive so that we can live free of the acute suffering that comes with holding onto the past. In other words, Kornfield teaches, “Forgive for you.”
Occupy a different mind space. Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction teacher and psychologist Trish Magyariteaches meditation accompanied by powerful imagery—and studies show that imagery helps us to stop inflamed, stressful thoughts. Here is one image that works for me every time: Imagine that you are at the bottom of deep blue ocean watching everything swim by. Just watch all your thoughts go by. “Imagine that you are the deep, calm, blue sea.” I always relax when I hear this.
Send them lovingkindness. Intuitive Medical Healer Wanda Lasseter-Lundysuggests that when you can’t stop thinking about someone who’s hurt you or who’s driving you crazy, “Imagine yourself sending them a beautiful ball of white light. Place them in that ball of light. Surround them with it, holding that white light around them, until your anger fades.” Try it, it really works.
Take a 90-second time out. To free your mind, you first have to break your thought pattern. Neuropsychiatrist Dan Siegel, MD, says that “After 90 seconds an emotion will arise and fall like a wave on the shore.” It only takes ninety seconds to shift out of a mood state, including anger. Give yourself ninety seconds—about 15 deep in and out breaths—to not think about that person or situation. You’ve broken that thought cycle—and the hold your thoughts had on you.
The term antioxidant is so prevalent and popular that one can’t help but wonder if every supplement is an antioxidant and which kind is needed to live at one’s optimum health. Antioxidants act as a defensive team for plants and come in many different categories. How they protect plants varies according to their specific chemical structures . Fortunately, plant antioxidants also protect us and is readily available from diets containing a variety of fruits and vegetables. Many scientist have determined that antioxidants such as beta carotene and other carotenoids, vitamin C & E and selenium protect against many chronic diseases.
Antioxidants are plentiful but it’s important to realize that many different kinds are needed to protect the body against age related conditions. The major groups of antioxidants include more than 600 carotenoids and more than 4,000 polyphenols. Carotenoids are oil soluble and protects cell membranes as they post them self at specific duty stations within those membranes. Polyphenols are water soluble and free to roam about the body and blood, length, a tissue fluids. Scientists refer to the cooperative action of carotenoids, polyphenols, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, and selenium as “the antioxidant Network.”
How antioxidants work
Antioxidant seek out and neutralize free radicals. Those unstable molecules have unpaired electrons and are able compromise the structure and activity of healthy cells. In some instances, those extra electrons can way down the antioxidant, transforming it into a radical. The antioxidant system uses several other antioxidants to shuffle electrons back and forth until they can be safely eliminated from the body.
Antioxidants are chemicals that prohibit the action of different chemicals reputed to be free radicals. Free radicals are profoundly reactive and have the possibility to harm our cells, incorporating harm that may accelerate malignancy.
Free radicals occur naturally in our bodies. Also, some environmental toxins might hold large amounts of free radicals or invigorate the body’s cells to make more free radicals.
A few cancer prevention agents such as antioxidants are made naturally within the body. Others can be gotten from outside sources, such as a specific eating regimen and dietary supplements.One of the top antioxidants is grape seed extract. This powerful antioxidant has several therapeutic uses including:
Anti-aging-the high concentration of grape seed extract helps to protect and preserve the skin
Cancer prevention – the antioxidants compounds scours the body to minimize abnormal cells
Clear skin – helps with psoriasis, eczema, and other skin conditions
Healthy vision – Blood vessels in the eyes are protected by powerful antioxidants
Help with Varicose veins – strengthens the body’s veins and blood vessels
Oil glands are located deep in the skin. They are also known as sebaceous glands. Each oil gland is connected to a tiny canal that contains a hair. The canal with its contained hair is called a follicle.
The glands produce oil (also known as sebum) that flows to the surface of the skin through these canals to lubricate the hair follicles and the surrounding skin.
The opening of the canal with the attached hair (follicle) onto the skin is the skin pore.
Oily skin occurs when an overactive oil gland enlarges and overproduces oil. Acne develops when some of the pores become blocked, resulting in trapping of oil within the skin pores. The pores are blocked by skin cells that have been shed from the lining of the skin pore and have bunched together. A blackhead or whitehead will develop from this skin pore blockage.
According to Randall Neustaedter, OMD, the androgenic hormones, particularly testosterone that increase at puberty, and the surge of premenstrual hormones, trigger increased production of sebum. The pores become clogged with both sebum and dead skin cells creating a prime breeding ground for bacteria. These bacteria and the breakdown products of sebum cause irritation and inflammation in the pores. The result is acne – blackheads, whiteheads, pustules, and cysts in the skin.
Karen Jessett, author of Clear Skin, says that food is also a factor. She states there is recent research pointing the finger at diet — eating refined carbohydrates and sugar leads to a surge in insulin and an insulin-like growth factor called IGF-1. This in turn leads to an excess of male hormones, which encourage the skin to excrete large amounts of sebum. This grease-like substance encourages the growth of bacteria responsible for acne.
Then there’s the issue of hygiene. Generally speaking, acne is not caused by poor hygiene. Exceptions to this statement would be people such as auto mechanics who are often in contact this skin damaging toxins. But for most people, the problem is not poor hygiene. In fact, vigorous scrubbing of the face does more harm than good. It can actually stimulate the sebaceous glands to overproduce, thus exacerbating the problem!
We highly recommend a dual approach. First, use KSHAMICA MD CLEAR Purifying Face Mask daily for two weeks, then scale back to twice a week. CLEAR has an amazing drawing power that will help to open and clean out the pores. It removes excess sebum and is a phenomenal exfoliant.
CLEAR has natural antibacterial properties as well, and will dramatically speed the healing of the pimples. Also, your face may show some redness when you remove CLEAR. This is very normal. Our Living Clay increases the blood circulation to the skin, which aids in the healing process.
The condition of the skin is a good indication of what is happening inside the body. Most people are not aware that the skin is the largest organ and a means of eliminating waste; each day waste passes through the pores of the skin. Everything that affects the body in turn affects the skin. When the body is full of toxic wastes and cannot eliminate them properly, various skin ailments may result. The only effective way to get rid of these conditions is by cleaning the body inside and out.
The KMD BODY CLEANSE is a program that helps the body to get rid of harmful chemicals, wastes, and toxins that have accumulated inside the body over time. Toxic wastes are usually by-products of the body’s natural processes. However, wastes can also be introduced to the body through foods, air, and other environmental factors.
When you purify your body via detoxification, you open the door to healing and rejuvenation. You help to turn back the hands of time on aging or degeneration. The common results of most people after performing KMD BODY CLEANSE Herbal include but are not limited to: weight reduction, more resilient skin and complexion, enhanced energy levels, enhanced and clearer sense of feeling and thinking, a more positive outlook on life, enhanced willpower, enhanced immunity throughout the year, more normalized and regulated body functions, regularity of bowel movements, eradication of cravings (especially sugar, junk food, etc.), improved and enhanced circulation and improved and enhanced libido.
This research information is for informational and educational purposes only. Please consult a health care professional regarding the applicability of any opinion or recommendations with respect to your symptoms or medical condition.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and no statement should be construed as a claim for cure, treatment or prevention of any disease.
Kshamica Nimalasuriya MD, MPH is a Preventive Medicine Physician involved with merging Media with Health, Open-Source Education, Herbal Medicine, Fitness, Nutrition, Wellness, and Love. She works on many initiatives bridging the global digital divide of health care education.
Asthma, a condition that frequently affects the youth, has negative influences on the lungs. Although children are often the victims, adults can also suffer from the disease as well. Some of the major symptoms of asthma include coughing (especially at night or in the morning), wheezing, tightness in the chest, breathlessness, and wheezing. Victims of asthma are classified as asthmatics regardless of how often they suffer from the symptoms. Luckily, asthma attacks only occur when the lungs react to a foreign allergen.
What Is Asthma?
Generally, doctors are unable to determine the causes of asthma. Additionally, asthma is a genetic disease that can be passed down through families.
Asthma victims can take hold of the disease if they know what to look for and are aware of the triggers that cause asthma symptoms to arise. They should be able to recognize the rising symptoms of an asthma attack.
Those who take hold of their asthma:
• Will avoid wheezing, coughing, or other uncomfortable symptoms
• Will have less trouble sleeping
• Will prevent possible work and school absences
• Will be able to be as active as they would like, and
• Will not have to be rushed to the emergency room (as a result of a serious attack)
It is important for all people (in particular, children) to go to the doctor for physical examinations. Doctors can examine the lungs and test for possible allergies that could be causing the symptoms of asthma. Sometimes, asthma is difficult to spot, and doctors are able to make a more accurate diagnosis if they are able to examine their patients regularly. This is particularly crucial for very young children.
What can you expect to experience during your examination? If you believe you are experiencing symptoms of asthma, be sure to mention them to your doctor. He or she will likely ask you a serious of questions to help with the diagnosis. You may be asked about lingering colds, chest tightness, symptoms or other asthma-related issues with family members, and whether you have experience seasonal allergies. Furthermore, the doctor may ask about whether physical fitness influences your difficulty with breathing, whether you have had to stay home from work, or whether there are particular activities that tend to trigger your symptoms.
A spirometry (spy-rom-e-tree) can be used to help determine whether a patient has asthma. Patients are asked to breathe out as heavily as possible into the device so that their air flow can be measured. This test may be conducted at the initial checkup and then redone after the patient is medicated.
What is an Asthma Attack?
When patients experience an asthma attack, their bodies literally change in correlation with their symptoms. The airways connected to the lungs narrow in reaction to whatever is stimulating the attack. This makes it much more difficult for the sufferer to breathe. As the airways become smaller, the sides of the air tubes also grow bigger in reaction to the stimulant. Furthermore, the body naturally creates mucus within the air tubes, and this mucus also interferes with regular breathing. All of these causes together produce symptoms such as wheezing, coughing, and difficulty with breathing. This is called an asthma attack, but it can also be referred to as an episode.
What Causes an Asthma Attack?
Certain stimulants that bother the body’s natural system can cause asthma attacks. These can also be referred to as asthma triggers. Some examples of possible stimulants include dust or smoke from cigarettes.
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