Through the generosity of Mother Nature, we have within our grasp some natural remedies for ailments that may befall us. Though largely viewed as unusual and bizarre, these natural home remedies which have stood the test of science and time, are known to work for many every time.
There are a lot of items lying around the house that offer in a weird, bizarre and indeed unusual manner some of the best natural home cures. When under attack by some ailments, rushing to the doctor is often the first thing that comes to mind. However, these natural ideas offer excellent solutions.
Broccoli is a nutrition powerhouse, packed with nutrients beneficial to general health, as well as having specific protective effects against cancer and heart disease. It belongs to the Brassica family of vegetables, along with cauliflower, cabbage and Brussels sprouts. Broccoli is native to the Mediterranean and is thought to have originated in the 6th century BC from the cultivation of other leafy vegetables.
Both men and women have candida albicans, the yeast-like organism that causes candida when it goes out of balance, in their bodies. Studies have shown that women are up to 70% more likely to develop candida infections than men are. Unfortunately, there are both lifestyle and biological factors that make it far more likely women will suffer from candida.
If dull, dry, blemished skin is weighing you down, perhaps it’s time to take a look at your lifestyle and not just the products you use.
For years and years I was alternating my skincare products trying to find that elusive trifecta of perfect; the perfect cleanser, the perfect moisturizer and the perfect concealer. Turns out, I had been wasting my time. Not only was I wasting my hard earned cash, but many of the products I used didn’t actually make a difference to the quality of my skin.
Melatonin is a hormone which is primarily synthesized in brain. This natural compound is found in both plants and animals and has different medicinal properties as well. This post explains in detail regarding the mechanism of action, uses, side effects and safety of Melatonin.