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Old 18-11-2013, 05:25 PM   #201
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Changing your hair color can create dramatic changes in your appearance. However, many people today are concerned that constant changing of hair hues may have negative effects on the quality and beauty of their hair due to the highly potent chemical ingredients found in many hair products. The good news is, we’ve just found a page with a whole list of all-natural hair coloring recipes that are chemical-free. Ok, you won’t get punk reds and blues, but these natural tints will still be of value for most people! Here’s a quick summary of a few of the ingredients used:

Henna

Probably the most famous natural hair color of all, henna’s glorious red is a fantastic shade and has been in use since really ancient times. We’ve written a full report on henna – including some important info about making sure you are getting pure henna that is not adulterated.

Chamomile

For people with light brown-colored or blond hair, chamomile shows promising results in enhancing the highlights of their hair. In fact, it is one of the most common ingredients of many hair products today. According to research, when mixed with olive oil, chamomile tea works best in cleansing, purifying and conditioning the hair until it become livelier and softer. Furthermore, this herb works efficiently in dealing with dandruff, oily scalp as well as dry and frizzy hair that normally comes with split ends. Chamomile is also capable of revitalizing the hair, strengthening its roots, and is reported to protect the hair against damages caused by the external environment.

Lemon

Applying the juice of this citrus fruit is probably one of the most effective natural ways in lightening the color of your hair. Known for its myriad health benefits, lemon acts as an excellent hair lightener that is capable of reducing the melanin pigment without causing adverse damages to the hair.

Calendula

Calendula is a useful herb for enhancing hair color and its quality. A flower best recognized for its bright golden blooms, calendula is fortified with powerful nutrients that sooth sensitive scalp and protect the hair against free radical damage. When used as rinse, calendula strengthens the hair roots and promotes better growth of hair. It can also be used to enhance hair highlights. This herb is also capable of making blond and red hair shinier and full of life.

Here is the link to the full tutorial: http://www.wellnessmama.com/5112/her...color-recipes/

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Old 20-11-2013, 02:27 PM   #203
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Making your own homemade kombucha is stupid-easy. Yusss! All you need is tea, sugar, a SCOBY and patience. Okay, so there are a few more details than that but overall, it’s pretty simple. I started buying kombucha before the great freak-out of 2010 – thanks a lot, Lindsay Lohan - during which the unquantified alcohol that could be in the drink caused it to be suddenly yanked off store shelves. Meanwhile, brewers of homemade kombucha were laughing.

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Old 20-11-2013, 02:34 PM   #204
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How To Make Your Own Rejuvenating Tea Tree Face Cream


With the harsh effects of the external environment nowadays, face creams have come in very handy not just for women, but for men as well! Face creams available in the store today promise quality results in making your skin feel smooth, supple, soft, acne-free, and blemish-free. Some even promised to have antioxidant and anti-ageing effects. However, many products are under suspicion due to the vague ingredients such as “fragrance” – which may be a synthetic chemical cocktail.

The great news is, we’ve just found an effective, skin friendly, and to top it all, budget friendly home remedy that uses all natural, healthy ingredients. Here is a run-down of ingredients used, and the link to the original recipe is at the end:

Jojoba Oil
A great skin moisturizer, jojoba oil is known for its ability to treat and prevent acne and other skin ailments like eczema, psoriasis, sunburn and chapped skin. This natural moisturizer works in giving life and youthfulness to dry skin. It also contains anti-inflammatory properties that helps in reducing redness and swelling associated with acne.

Shea Butter
This is perhaps one of the most common ingredients of natural cosmetic products today. Shea butter contains allantoin, provitamin A, Vitamin E, Vitamin D, phytosterols, and fatty acids which are known for their skin-improving properties. Research has indicated that shea butter is beneficial in eliminating wrinkles, fine lines, and scars. Known for its anti-inflammatory, moisturizing and skin strengthening properties, shea butter also plays a vital role in stimulating the production of collagen, which results in stronger, suppler, and younger skin.

Sesame Oil
More famous for its culinary applications, sesame oil is also popular for its antioxidant properties which are very beneficial to the skin. Antioxidants eradicate free radicals which trigger the occurrence of many signs of aging. Furthermore, sesame oil works best in treating eczema, psoriasis and chronic dry skin.

Sweet Almond Oil
A good source of Vitamins B & E, protein, healthy fats and other essential minerals, sweet almond oil is known for its profound effects to the skin. It is capable of protecting the skin against damaging UV rays, reducing skin irritations, swelling and inflammation, as well as in rejuvenating the skin.

Cocoa Butter

An excellent source of antioxidants like Vitamin E, cocoa butter makes an essential component of your skin and face regimen. Its Vitamin E content is beneficial in stimulating the production of collagen thereby resulting to the reduction of wrinkles and other signs of aging. A good treatment for hyperpigmentation, cocoa butter is also useful in making the skin feel smooth and soft.

Tea Tree Essential Oil
Known for its anti-fungal, antiviral and anti-bacterial properties, tea tree essential oil makes an excellent treatment for a wide sort of skin ailments which include abscess, sunburn, blisters, oily skin and of course, acne. In addition to its natural ability to moisturize the skin, tea tree oil is also thought capable of opening the pores and cleaning it from the inside. This reduces one’s susceptibility to acne.

Grapefruit Seed Extract
With antibacterial, antifungal and antioxidant properties, grapeseed extract is a popular ingredient of personal care products like hand creams, body washes, conditioners, shampoos, moisturizers, facial wash and face creams. Grapeseed extract is also a rich source of nutrients like Vitamins E, C and A as well as flavonoids.

Here, then, is the link to the full tutorial: http://www.freshpickedbeauty.com/201...ace-cream.html
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Old 20-11-2013, 02:36 PM   #205
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Old 20-11-2013, 02:38 PM   #206
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19 Homemade Headache Remedies:





I just found another great list of homemade headache remedies and had to share!

The interest in this subject has risen greatly of late – especially in the light of a recent article by the BBC which reported that overuse of painkillers may actually be causing headaches for numerous people. All of a sudden, natural alternatives become even more important. When choosing a cure, it is essential to find one that does not harm you!

One of the great things about this list of natural headache cures is that the remedies are of various types – for example, there are some herbs and essential oils listed, but also methods such as acupressure massage which require no purchases of anything!

One of the acupressure points listed is on the foot – between the first and second toes. The other involves pressing on the cheekbone from the inside in a certain way. That’s pretty interesting as it must be doing something to change the pressures within the skull. Another method that I know of, which isn’t included in the original list, is to pinch deep into the muscle in between the thumb and index finger using the thumb and index finger of the other hand, using a firm but bearable amount of pressure.

One of my favorite natural headache remedies is a simple one – drink more water! Dehydration is one of the most common causes of headaches. Another thing that many people don’t realize about dehydration is that it causes sudden irritability. I know about this – I used to work as a live sound engineer and we did numerous events in the deserts of California and Nevada. If someone was acting moody, our instant reaction was to get them to drink some water first. Try it.

Here, then, is the link to the full list of 19 Headache Remedies: http://www.onegoodthingbyjillee.com/...ache-pain.html
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Old 20-11-2013, 07:21 PM   #207
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Have you ever made your own deodorant? It's easy! Try this simple recipe made with coconut oil, baking soda, arrowroot powder and essential oils!

Homemade Deodorant (made with coconut oil)
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Old 20-11-2013, 07:23 PM   #208
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http://www.herbs-info.com/sage.html

Did you know that scientists have recently been finding Sage to have memory enhancement effects? That's how it got its name! Click the link to learn all about Sage, one of the world's most famous herbs.
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Often consumed as spice or delicacy, ginger is probably one of the most popular herbs available today. Coming from Zingiberaceae family, ginger is closely related to other potent herbs like cardamom and galangal.

The juice derived from roots of ginger is often utilized as spice in many Asian cuisines, especially in Indian delicacies. But more than just for its culinary benefits, ginger is widely considered valuable for treating and preventing all sorts of ailments and health conditions.

Researchers have found evidence to indicate that ginger has many medicinal properties which include antiviral, analgesic, antispasmodic, antifungal, anti-clotting, hypotensive, expectorant, antibacterial, antiseptic and anti-inflammatory. Ginger isalso believed to be effective in stimulating the circulatory system, promoting perspiration, increasing blood flow, and in relaxing the peripheral blood vessels – which is definitely good for the heart.

Several scientific studies have discovered that ginger is fortified with highly potent compounds that explain the herb’s high regard amongst herbalists and dieticians in treating and preventing conditions like muscle pain, gastrointestinal infections, high cholesterol, seasickness, nausea, diabetic cataract, and arthritic pain. In Asian cultures, ginger is used to prevent flu, suppress coughing, and treat common colds, inflammation and sore throat. This rhizome can also be used to treat morning sickness, diarrhea, and tummy pain.

Also recognized for its anti-inflammatory properties, ginger contains valuable compounds like gingerols, shogaol, and zingerone that are known for their pain relieving effects. This makes this spice one of the most popular home remedies for pain-related conditions like arthritis, rheumatism, rheumatoid arthritis, gout, and knee osteoarthritis.

Recent scientific researches have also claimed that ginger may even be effective in combating the development of cancer cells. Researchers found out through lab tests that ginger is capable of halting the growth of several cancer cells that are believed to be difficult to treat like prostate, pancreatic, breast, colon, skin carcinoma, ovarian and lung cancer cells.

Through the years, people have developed various ways on how to use and benefit from this powerful herb. Whether consumed raw or dry, it cannot be denied that ginger brings about lots of health benefits to the body.

Eager to know the top 14 ways on how to use ginger? Here, then, is the link to the full tutorial: http://thenerdyfarmwife.com/14-way-use-ground-ginger/
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Old 22-11-2013, 12:21 AM   #210
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We found a fantastic, high quality article about the benefits of avocado – and had to share!

Avocados originated in Central Mexico and appear to have been used in very ancient times. As one might imagine, they were introduced to Europe by the Conquistadors in around 1500AD.

Avocado is one of the most amazing foods for the skin, heart, stomach and the entire body. It’s an excellent aid to natural means of losing weight, having healthy skin – and has even been considered beneficial in keeping a healthy heart, getting rid of arthritis and assisting with diabetes.

As a great source of monounsaturated oleic acid, research has shown avocado’s reduction of dangerous low-density lipoprotein cholesterol. Not only that, it also increases the more beneficial high-density lipoprotein cholesterol. This sounds a little complex but in short, it is good news for those who are concerned about cardiovascular ailments!

Avocado has been considered an excellent food for those who want to lose some weight. In a world full of advertising and campaigns for fast weight loss, I think it is still best to go for the natural way – you don’t only spare yourself from harmful side effects, you are also doing the environment a good favor by using simple, natural home-made products. What is lovelier than keeping your body beautiful while supporting sustainability?

Right now, I am about to make some no cook overnight oatmeal with avocado. I can’t wait to enjoy this tomorrow and to feel healthier each day.

Here, then, is the full article about the benefits of avocado: http://healthiestfoods.co.uk/health-benefits-of-avocado
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Old 22-11-2013, 07:46 PM   #211
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Ginger root kills ovarian and prostate cancer better than chemo

Could the tropical soursop be a solution for cancer?
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Old 22-11-2013, 09:17 PM   #212
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How To Make Your Own Magnesium Oil To Improve Sleep And Reduce Stress


Magnesium plays a fascinating, yet sometimes overlooked, role in nutrition. It is the 11th most abundant element by mass in the human body and is considered essential to all cells of all known living organisms! Hundreds of enzymes require magnesium ions for their catalytic action.

Although human magnesium deficiency is “officially” considered uncommon (curiously), it is reported that only 32% of people in the USA have enough magnesium intake to meet the RDA. Natural magnesium in soil is becoming depleted, reportedly due to over farming and pesticide use. Pesticides, according to some, kill the microorganisms in the soil which chelate the minerals from the rocks into bioavailable form.

Deficiency in magnesium has been linked to osteoporosis, asthma and diabetes. Magnesium also plays a role in the prevention of heart attack, stroke and many other scenarios.

f you are not aware of the use of magnesium oil (typically made with magnesium chloride), you may not know that magnesium can be absorbed through the skin. This, it is claimed, allows for its rapid absorption by cells. Swimming in the ocean will also, it is said, give you some magnesium.

I just discovered a fantastic tutorial for making your own homemade magnesium oil. It’s unbelievably simple and tells you not only how to make it but how to apply it and what to expect.

Users of this product, as can be seen from the comments, are raving about the benefits of this simple application of magnesium to the skin. They are claiming significantly reduced tiredness, less aches and pains upon waking in the morning – and reduced stress! I need some of this stuff. Sufficiently impressed, I had to share the tutorial with you.

Here, then, is the link to the full tutorial from the ever-wonderful Wellness Mama: http://wellnessmama.com/5804/how-to-...magnesium-oil/
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Spanish sage improves cognitive abilities by blocking acetilcholinesterase enzyme

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a simple herb, Spanish sage (Salvia lavandulaefolia), may help. That’s because this medicinal herb contains a variety of phytochemicals (plant-based compounds), several of which act as acetylcholinesterase inhibitors—compounds that interfere with the action of acetylcholinesterase,
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Everyone knows the significance of the lungs in their work day in and day out to bring in oxygen and expel carbon dioxide wastes and in effect, promote your overall bodily functioning. Aside from facilitating this exchange and acting as a cushion surrounding your heart, the lungs also filter out small blood clots along the veins. [1]

Yet, even with an awareness of the lungs' important functions, increasing air pollution levels and poor breathing are causing the lungs not to perform at their peak. [2] Moreover, smoking, vitamin A deficiency, certain over-the-counter cold medications and even traumatic experiences have led to common lung conditions like asthma, emphysema, bronchitis, tuberculosis, pulmonary edema, pneumonia and cancer. In fact, the American Lung Association reports lung cancer being the leading cancer killer today. [1]

However, there are herbs like the below that specifically promote healthier functioning of the lungs. They act by aiding activities of the mucous membrane for smoother gas exchange, stimulating lung tissue secretions to protect the membranes and adequately moisten the air, improving brain processes that control breathing and boosting blood circulation surrounding the lung tissues. [3]
Top 10 Herbs For The Lungs:

Mullein

Both the flower and leaves of mullein are favourite natural remedies because they have been successfully used to combat colds, bronchitis, flu, emphysema and laryngitis among others. [1] As a relaxing expectorant, mullein has been found by herbal experts to contain saponines that soothe bronchial spasm to clear out sticky phlegm and thick mucus. As a mild sedative, mullein has been shown to fight inflamed nerves along the respiratory tract and relieve pain. [3]

Licorice

Considered a demulcent herb which contains a great deal of vegetable gum to lubricate surfaces, licorice likewise softens and moistens irritated or inflamed mucous membranes and reduces the spasm that triggers coughing. [3] A recent study showed that licochalcone A, a flavonoid in licorice root known for its antimicrobial property, also promotes anti-inflammatory activities to prevent cancer cell proliferation and improve acute lung injury. The active ingredients in licorice significantly drive down inflammatory cells, lung wet-to-dry ratio and protein leakage. [4]

Gingko Biloba

Research on gingko's efficacy on various diseases has been far and wide and fresh evidence also indicates its protective value on lung injury. A 2012 experiment on dogs undergoing hypothermic cardiopulmonary bypass showed gingko biloba extracts stimulate systematic inflammatory response among the lung tissue samples collected. [5]
- See more at: http://www.herbs-info.com/herbs-for-....L9J1tmqB.dpuf
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Names of Saffron, past and present

French: azafran / azafron / crocus cultive
Indian / Hindi: kashmira / kumkuma
Arabic: kesar / zafran
Spanish: safran
English: autumn crocus / Indian saffron / true saffron
Latin (scientific nomenclature): Crocus sativus
Saffron - Background and History

Saffron is uncanny in its classification as a spice, since its nature rather resembles that of an herb. Unlike other spices, it is neither gleaned from seeds, barks, roots, or any other hard or seemingly impregnable plant matter, but is comprised of the dried stigmas of the saffron crocus (Crocus sativus). Typically characterised by their deep crimson appearance, the stigmas of the ivory-white and purple crocus flower are harvested by hand during blossoming.
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We found a fantastic, high quality article about the benefits of avocado – and had to share!

Avocados originated in Central Mexico and appear to have been used in very ancient times. As one might imagine, they were introduced to Europe by the Conquistadors in around 1500AD.

Avocado is one of the most amazing foods for the skin, heart, stomach and the entire body. It’s an excellent aid to natural means of losing weight, having healthy skin – and has even been considered beneficial in keeping a healthy heart, getting rid of arthritis and assisting with diabetes.

As a great source of monounsaturated oleic acid, research has shown avocado’s reduction of dangerous low-density lipoprotein cholesterol. Not only that, it also increases the more beneficial high-density lipoprotein cholesterol. This sounds a little complex but in short, it is good news for those who are concerned about cardiovascular ailments!

Avocado has been considered an excellent food for those who want to lose some weight. In a world full of advertising and campaigns for fast weight loss, I think it is still best to go for the natural way – you don’t only spare yourself from harmful side effects, you are also doing the environment a good favor by using simple, natural home-made products. What is lovelier than keeping your body beautiful while supporting sustainability?

Right now, I am about to make some no cook overnight oatmeal with avocado. I can’t wait to enjoy this tomorrow and to feel healthier each day.

Here, then, is the full article about the benefits of avocado: http://healthiestfoods.co.uk/health-benefits-of-avocado
Excellent post swamideva!
I love avocados!

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Excellent post swamideva!
I love avocados!

Yes you can eat these natural foods and know that they are healing you. Then there is the secondary effect of belief, the power of the mind to heal, the placebo effect.
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Yes you can eat these natural foods and know that they are healing you. Then there is the secondary effect of belief, the power of the mind to heal, the placebo effect.
Avocados have always been good to me in all senses, so I know out of experiencing it does me good.

But you are Right about the power of the mind, that is also quite important.
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I found an interesting organisation caled Sage tea organisation, so if you wish, you can look. Some herbs in Sage genus have potent yet genuine healing benefits. In general, these herbs are among most healthiest ones.
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