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Oligotherapy Remedies: Using Trace Elements to Cure A Cold?

BrightonYourHealth - Healthy Living Information and Good Health Tips With A European Twist It wasn't until I moved to France that I discovered how popular oligotherapy remedies are as an alternative medicine for the common cold. Here's the scoop...
by brightonyourhealth on Nov 25, 2013

Roast Pears to Stop a Cough!

My wonderful acupuncturist who was once a GP, gave me this brilliant, almost magical recipe to help with coughs and it really works!   The simple instructions are as follows: Half as many washed conference pairs as you wish (I baked 5) and brush...
by Honest Mum on Nov 21, 2013

Honeysuckle for medicinal use

  by Kenpei The Japanese honeysuckle (Lonicera japonica) is cultivated and grows wild throughout many parts of the US. Many people think of it as a weed, because it is hard to tame and spreads easily, making it virtually impossible to control...

Having a Baby and a Cold: Selecting the Right Medications for Pregnancy

During pregnancy, it is scary to think about all the illnesses one could get while carrying their baby.  But what is also thought provoking is all the medications used to treat those illnesses may also have an impact on your baby as well. ...
by hBestCompounding Pharmacy on Nov 7, 2013

Acupressure massage to prevent colds

Here's a simple self-massage to do to prevent or ease symptoms of a cold. Do the following techniques once a day for prevention and do more repetitions of each or all exercises to treat a cold. 1 Rub the nose with the right thenar (ball...

Inner Defense – A Weapon Against Cold & Flu Season

Inner Defense is one of those products that I always try to keep extra on hand at all times. You never know when illness will strike and you need something to fight with. Inner Defense is one great weapon. It’s not really one you will take on a...

Chinese folk sayings

image courtesy of mphbooks.com The Chinese are famous for their old folk sayings and proverbs. Here are a few of them that pertain to health and Traditional Chinese Medicine. If you wish to live to the age of 99, please walk 100 steps...

The Candle Burns Out

The Candle Burns Out Evangelist George Whitefield longed to die preaching, and he almost did. In 1770, on a final tour through the American colonies, he ignored the pleas of doctors and friends to rest. When too tired to preach, he lifted his voice a...
by Laboring In The Lord on Sep 29, 2013

NasalGuard Cold & Flu Block | Review

It is Autumn which means it is getting colder but it also means that with the cold weather we are more than likely going to get a cold or flu. I was send a tube of NasalGuard Cold & Flu Block which is i available to purchase from Boots priced at...
by Stressed Rach on Sep 25, 2013

How to Reduce Antibiotic Resistance

Antibiotic resistance occurs when bacteria is no longer susceptible to the medications that were designed to prevent its growth or kill it. When a bacteria becomes resistant, it can survive treatment and cause more serious, long-lasting infections.
by hBestCompounding Pharmacy on Aug 21, 2013

Ears and the Nose

Son #1 was sniffling and clearing his throat this afternoon.  My husband asked.  "Are you getting sick?"Son #1sniffed again and moved his jaw to clear the stuffiness out of his ears.  Then, he said.  "No, but my ear is jammed up."...

Feeling Down with the Colds

  So last Sunday, I was still up and about and having a nice dinner with Weng when come Monday, I suddenly sensed something amiss. Monday night, everything was still ok but on Tuesday morning, I immediately sensed a scratchy feeling in my throat...
by Doi Speaks on Jul 11, 2013

Affordable Student Health Insurance – Why Student Health Insurance Can Be Cheap

Student health insurance can be affordable, and even cheap, if you choose a plan that offers the exact coverage your student needs, and if you understand the coverage your student Continue Reading →...
by Give Me Cash on Jun 30, 2013

Top 5 Tips to Treat Colds Naturally at Home

Cold is a common condition that affects people regardless of age. It can be considered as an upper respiratory infection, which can be associated with other flu symptoms. Basically, it can affect not just your nasal cavity, but also your throat, lary...
by Med-Daily Dose on Jun 16, 2013

Serrapeptase for colds, mucus & lung problems

Listen how serrapeptase can help remove inflammation and help with asthma, respiratory problems, colds & flu Is Serrapeptase the Miracle Enzyme? http://www.y…...
by Enzyme Therapy on Jun 13, 2013

#SummerSplash Giveaway Hop: Enter to Win a Medisim TempleTouch Premium Thermometer to Do Battle with Those Summer Colds & Check Out the Big Grand Prize!

Welcome to the 2nd Annual Summer Splash Event hosted by Life With Two Boys and With Our Best! A bunch of great blogs have come together to bring you some amazing prizes to help you kick off your summer... with a SPLASH! Each blog is giving away at le...
by Susan Heim on Parenting on May 14, 2013

‘Magical’ Coldbuster Soup

Some sort of extremely aggressive flu-like illness was spreading like wildfire here in the Willamette Valley. I was sitting on my mat in my Pilates class the other morning and my teacher {and one of the lovely owners of the studio I teach at} was tal...
by Bullfrogs and Bulldogs on Apr 5, 2013

Mami Is On The Mend

A few weeks ago Buggy had the flu. The last time I remember having the flu was way back in 2005. I never get the flu shot because you always get sick-even though they tell you that you don't get sick, most times you do. So after getting sneezed on an...
by I'm A Silly Mami on Mar 22, 2013

A Snot Sucker That Doesn’t Suck {GIVEAWAY-NOW CLOSED}

As much as it’s awesome to know about herbs, essential oils, and homeopathics to treat illness and injury, it’s even better to just use food and manual means to get better when you’re down. Rest, fluids, chicken broth, garlic, avoid...
by Kitchen Stewardship on Mar 13, 2013

A Snot Sucker That Doesn’t Suck {GIVEAWAY}

As much as it’s awesome to know about herbs, essential oils, and homeopathics to treat illness and injury, it’s even better to just use food and manual means to get better when you’re down. Rest, fluids, chicken broth, garlic, avoid...
by Kitchen Stewardship on Mar 13, 2013


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