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Going on a road trip is an exciting experience that enriches the soul and helps expand our horizons. That being said, it’s often accompanied by various nuisances, from digestion problems and sleep disturbances to daunting car issues. In this article, we’re listing travel and herbal basics you should cross off from your travel checklist. Have […]Read more »
People try to turn back the clock on themselves all the time. They lose weight they gained or build muscle they lost to get back to a version of themselves that felt more comfortable and confident. Skincare is another way people transform themselves. The right skincare routine and products restore your natural glow and youthful […]Read more »
Cooking is an art, even if the only thing you can cook is a microwaved baked potato. You have to know how to balance the ingredients and bring them to perfection. One missing ingredient and you could miss out on a great meal. Sometimes when people cook, they skip over some of the herbs and […]Read more »
‘Awa—Kava-kava (Piper methysticum) This plant grows in moist, shady places in the tropics and has been under cultivation for so long that it can no longer reproduce itself in the wild. Today kava-kava—or simply kava—is consumed as a beverage in Fiji and Tonga, but in Hawaii it’s used primarily as a ceremonial drink or for […]Read more »
Dr. Jason T. C. Tu speaks with a deep, calm, husky voice. His slender hands, graced with a jade ring, gesture with openness and authority. His boyish smile and erect stance, perhaps a result of his work as a teacher of tai chi and chi gong, belie his sixty-two years. Little in Dr. Tu’s easygoing […]Read more »
Herbs can be a benefit to an Olympian or the Olympian in us all and peak athletic performance starts with sound nutrition. A diet full of fruits, vegetables, and protein are essential to build and maintain the body. Small, nutrient dense meals both before and after a workout can help maintain energy and facilitate quick […]Read more »
3 Herbs for Nausea Video by MOTHER EARTH NEWS Use herbal remedies with confidence. The three herbs for nausea covered in this video — chamomile, ginger and Echinacea — have stood the test of time and are proven to be reliable healers. With certain caveats, these plant medicines are safe and effective. Use them to reduce […]Read more »
Arthritis can be an excruciating experience for many people, both young and old. You know you have this debilitating disease when you have aching inflammation and an inflexibility of your joints. Pain in the joint can include any part of the joint itself; ligaments, tendons, cartilage, and muscle. Studies show that almost 40 million people […]Read more »