Probiotics are first implanted in our body during natural birth and from breast milk. They then reproduce themselves, ideally for life. We need them to properly digest our food as well as for disease-protecting purposes.
Stress is a person’s total response to environmental demands or pressures. Some stress is good but it can be harmful if it occurs over a prolonged period of time.
Heading toward a change of season is a great time to ensure you have access to good quality, herbal therapeutic remedies to help treat sore throats, coughs, colds and other respiratory issues that can arise when the weather and temperature becomes changeable.
Echinacea, Olive leaf, Garlic, Vitamin C and Zinc are superb choices for enhanced immunity and have the added benefit of antioxidant protection.
Aloe Vera and Colloidal Silver combine together in a gel form to become a simple, safe and effective complement for the topical treatment
Echinacea purpurea, commonly known as purple coneflower, is a medicinal wildflower native to the open woods and grasslands of the Central United States.
Vitamin C is a water soluble vitamin, hence is not stored in the body to any large extent,
What are they? Where do they come from?
This lovely ornamental succulent, perennial herb is a valuable addition to the bathroom shelf and first aid kit, especially over the summer months.
Flavonoids (or bioflavonoids as they are also known) are the substances found in plants that are responsible for the coloring of fruits, flowers, vegetables and herbs.
The warmth of the sun on our skin is one of life’s little pleasures. But we are brainwashed into believing that staying out of the sun is necessary to avoid cancer.
I’ve spent a fascinating week researching Vitamin C. My research was mostly done for my Stay Healthy book but also due to general interest following a TV3 documentary