Our immune system never rests; it’s always using the foods and beverages (and other factors) we ingest to build and maintain a healthy immune system. It only makes sense to give our immune system what it needs to make its job easier.
Consuming heart-healthy herbs and spices on a regular basis is the best type of health insurance anyone can ever have. A heart-healthy diet and smart lifestyle choices is exactly what we need to avert potential heart disease.
For three billion years marine phytoplankton has supported virtually all living creatures in the worlds’ oceans. Now, researchers have discovered that some species of phytoplankton are not only edible but can be categorized as a superfood.
A growing number of people realize that although some over-the-counter products may help alleviate sore throat symptoms they rarely target the root cause. Everyday items in your kitchen or some wild edible plants might give you the solution you need to be on the pathway to recovery.
Kukicha tea is a healthy tea that has a pleasant taste and contains many nutrients. Whether used as a medicinal tea or just to enjoy the taste, drinking a mug of kukicha tea every day will help boost your immune system.
Kevin Duffy is a well-seasoned wild food educator in southern Indiana. The second edition of his Harvesting Nature's Bounty is now available. This 296-page book is a great resource for the beginner or intermediate forager.
Making healing balms is easier than you think. Tamra Speakman of Shatul Wellness is a holistic herbalist who offers a mini-course for those who want to learn how to make a healing balm using myrrh, frankincense and goldenseal.
Rene Caisse is the woman that kept the Essiac formula from vanishing forever yet our children will never get to know her story in the mainstream education system. We parents must strive to ensure our children know about this remarkable woman and how she successfully treated tens of th
Gossypin is the latest health buzz and studies show it is highly beneficial as an anti-inflammatory and in the battle against melanoma. The common mallow plant is a source of gossypin and it is commonly found in many parts of the world.
Winter survival food is knowledge to have for two reasons. Should their be an emergency such as the loss of power it may be life or death. Another reason is to simply add winter edibles to your diet. Getting nutrients from a natural source is always better for our bodies.
Drinking plenty of herbal teas loaded with vitamin C is a great way to help support your immune system while increasing your antioxidant intake. The best of it is, your backyard can be a great source of natural teas!