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Fever

Fever is diagnosed when the body temperature is elevated to 37.8 degrees centigrade – 100 degrees Fahrenheit - or higher (when taken orally). It is a common symptom in adults…

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Stop Smoking – Naturally

Stop smoking - naturally Herbs can aid restoration of damaged lung tissue, clear the lungs and keep emotions stable. Ginger tea to aid elimination from the lungs, relieve withdrawal nausea…

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Eating for Fitness

Plants Fuel Olympic Champions!  Eating for Fitness Carl Lewis, a vegan athlete, won 10 Olympic medals, including 9 golds competing for the US in a career that spanned from 1979…

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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, also known as Myalgic Encephalomyelitis or ME.  The exact pathophysiology of this condition is still largely unknown. The onset of symptoms is usually accompanied by a ‘flu-like’…

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The Common Cold

One of around 200 different viruses causes the common cold, also referred to as a viral upper respiratory tract infection. Symptoms may include cough, sore throat, nasal congestion, sneezing and…

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Menopause

Menopause is a natural process occurring in women, usually between the ages of 45 and 55 years, whereby a reduction in hormones produced by the ovaries results in the end…

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Sleep and Insomnia

Sleep is part of the natural rhythm of our lives, although it doesn’t come easily to all of us. Adults need an average of 8 hours sleep every night and…

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Natural First Aid

Natural First Aid - An understanding of how to care for oneself and family during illness gives security and peace of mind. By becoming familiar with the herbs around us…

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Spring Clean Your Body

SPring Clean Your Body - We come into contact with a vast array of unnatural and toxic substances on a daily basis. The chemicals we clean our homes and wash…

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Headaches

Pain, anywhere in the body is like a warning light on the car dashboard – it is there to tell us something is wrong. Taking a painkiller is the equivalent…

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