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Ayurveda, which means, "the science of life," is an ancient form of healing that is widely used today in various countries all over the Earth. In western medicine, you would typically go into a doctor's office, maybe spend 15 minutes with the doctor outlining your illness, and he/she would write you a prescription for medication. This has been our pattern of healing for over a hundred years. By contrast, with Ayurveda, you would go into your Ayurvedic practitioner's office, talk and answer questions for 1-2 hours about every aspect of your life, and he/she would prescribe for you many different treatments. You may be asked to bathe a certain way, do particular exercises, eat a type of ...

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The world is now bracing itself for the Coronavirus, and the medical community warns that there is not yet a vaccine or any specific treatment for it. In my book, Homeopathy: An A to Z Handbook, which I wrote in 2007, I anticipated such a situation—a pandemic with no known cure—and specifically aimed to help lay people survive such a crisis. What is homeopathy? Homeopathy is a medical science that uses natural substances to mimic illness and stimulate healing. It is based on the idea of, "like cures like." Any substance that can produce symptoms in a healthy person can cure those same symptoms in a sick person. There are several reasons why we should all embrace ...

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You've heard the phrases "nip it in the bud" and, "a stitch in time;" well, they are pertinent to both the cold and flu—the time to act is when you first feel the symptoms coming on. I've put together some tips for you that will help you the minute you feel you might be getting something. It's always a good idea to nip it in the bud before it becomes a full-fledged bloom. Carry a few of these essential oils with you during the months when we are susceptible to airborne or contact germs: Lemon, Eucalyptus, Tea Tree, and Peppermint are easy to find, excellent to have on-hand, and effective to stop germs in their tracks. 1. Sore Throat Symptoms:If you feel a sore throat coming on, ...

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More than making a room smell nice, the use of essential oils is called aromatherapy for good reason. Because our sense of smell is intimately linked with memory and emotion, essential oils provide a way to cope with emotional issues and foster well-being. Essential oils can help reduce stress, calm anxiety, or provide a boost. The olfactory cortex, a part of the brain that processes information about odor, is an area closely connected with the limbic (emotional/visceral) system. Details about what we smell is collected through thousands of olfactory receptors located in a small area at the top of each nasal cavity. As we inhale, air passes over these receptors and data is carried along ...

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