Posted: October 14, 2020
Turmeric oil, also known as “the Golden Spice of India”, has been used for centuries as a traditional medicine for various ailments, including biliary disorders, anorexia, cough, diabetic wounds, rheumatism, and sinusitis.
Modern interest in turmeric oil began in the 1970s when researchers found that this incredible herb possesses very strong anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Following this initial research, there was a continued focus from the scientific community exp
Posted: October 05, 2020
Stressful life events, especially that which we are currently experiencing, are associated with the onset of major mental health disorders, including anxiety and major depression.
Subsequently, many people have turned to prescription medication to alleviate the symptoms of these psychiatric disorders. Unfortunately, the majority of prescription anti-anxiety and antidepressant medications can have significant and unpleasant side effects. But there are several alternatives that may help;
Posted: September 28, 2020
A good sleep, something that has become increasingly more difficult in the modern-day. It is no wonder that people turn more and more to over-the-counter and prescription medication to achieve a good night's sleep. However, several pharmacological sedatives can actually be more harmful than good.
Fortunately, there are two natural compounds (CBD and melatonin) that we can use, which both limit the negative side effects of traditional sedatives and work with your body to improve sleep quality
Posted: September 25, 2020
Ashwagandha is a medicinal herb used for over 3,000 years. This key player in the world of natural medicine has been shown to help improve many common ailments.
There are records showing that ashwagandha was used for medicinal purposes long before your great, great grandparents were born. In recent decades, ashwagandha has become a growing focus point for researchers and medical professionals interested in its therapeutic effects.
Posted: September 20, 2020
We all know we need a good night’s sleep to function at our best, but sometimes it can be hard to come by. Having trouble sleeping can seriously negatively impact many aspects of your life since we require sufficient sleep for countless basic biological functions. A lack of sleep can reduce cognitive function, a lack of energy, and even mood disorders like anxiety or depression.
It can also be a struggle to t
Posted: September 17, 2020
Cinnamon doesn’t just make cookies taste delicious; it could also help you to achieve flawless skin.
While cinnamon is normally used in powder form as a spice for baking and cooking, you can also find cinnamon in oil form. Cinnamon oil is on track to be the new wonder ingredient that skincare addicts have been searching for. With its anti-inflammatory and anti-aging qualities, adding cinnamon oil to your skincare r
Posted: September 14, 2020
If you’ve had trouble sleeping, you’ll know that it can often feel like an impossible problem to solve. As you lay awake, you may wonder if it’ll take an expensive doctor or a heavy medication to finally help you get a good night’s sleep.
The good news is that the answer to your sleep issues may be much simpler than that. Research tells us that the mineral magnesium is an effective sleep aid that could fix you
Posted: September 11, 2020
Posted: September 09, 2020
Searching for a natural way to treat your anxiety? Magnesium could be the answer you’ve been searching for.
If you’ve experienced anxiety before, you’ll know how many aspects of your life it can affect. The unnecessary feeling of dread that comes with anxiety can cause difficulty eating, staying focused, and sleeping. In fact, if left unchecked, anxiety can mess with your sleep patterns and make it difficult for you t
Posted: September 06, 2020
CBD isolate for sleep? Yes, please!
There are a million reasons why people can’t sleep -- room temperature, poor air circulation, worrying about work, worrying about current events, that extra cup of coffee at 3 pm, excitement about a big upcoming event, exercise too late in the day, physical discomfort, screentime too close to bedtime… you get the idea.