The Amish have never used anything made with modern technology. They respect nature, and always use natural remedies. Have you ever heard of the black salve? It’s used in the treatment of inflammation, infections, cysts, and ulcers.
Some use it to treat ingrown nails and cystic acne.
The black salve removes impurities and splinters. It doesn’t leave any stains, and you can wash it off with ease. The black salve soothes spider bites, and eliminates toxins, blemishes and dark spots. It’s safe, and even children can use it….Readmore
As stated on the official website on The American Institute for Cancer, a research has shown that most cancers can be prevented.
Scientists now estimate that 60 percent to 70 percent of cancers are all preventable through currently available information and simple changes in diet and lifestyle.”
In other words, making certain changes in your daily diet can reduce the exposure to toxic chemicals which increase the risk of cancer as well as to improve the overall health….Readmore
Saggy tummy is a real problem for many people today. They are spending fortune on expensive products and spa treatments. But they can prepare their own mask with several inexpensive ingredients, most of which they already have in their kitchen. This mask is very effective for tightening the skin on the saggy tummy.
Clay, oil, tea, coffee and hazel extract are the ingredients you need and they all have potent restorative characteristics….Readmore
Blood pressure is the force exerted by the blood against the walls of the arteries as the heart pumps blood. High blood pressure and high cholesterol, also known as hypertension, occurs when this force is very high.
Blood pressure usually increases with age and body size.
Newborn babies often have very low blood pressure values that are considered normal for them. Older adolescents, on the other hand, have values similar to those of adults….Readmore
Gum disease is one of the most dangerous oral health problems, except cancer. Unfortunately, it is quite common these days, with more than half of all Americans over the age of 30 who have had it at certain point. In addition to an increased risk of tooth loss, gum disease has been also associated with some quite serious health conditions, including heart disease.
What Is Gum Disease?
Often referred to as gingivitis, gum disease is nothing but an inflammation of the soft tissue surrounding the teeth. It is typically caused by poor oral hygiene, and the most common symptoms include redness in the gum tissue, bleeding, and swollen gums….Readmore
A national survey discovered that one in three Americans reported having joint pain within the past 30 days! You’re not yourself when your joints are aching, but luckily, life gave us lemons for those moments when getting out of bed is too much of a physical challenge.
WHAT CAUSES JOINT PAIN?
Joint pain can be caused by a medical condition such as osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, bursitis and gout. Joint pain can also be the result of an injury such as a strain or sprain….Readmore
Bitter melon has a very long history of medicinal use in the East. It has been used traditionally for high blood pressure, skin infections, painful menstruation, kidney stones, colic, malaria, glaucoma,high cholesterol, diarrhea, stomach cramps, hemorrhoids, and fever. Bitter melon contains alkaloids, glycoside, peptides, acids, cucurbitins, charantin, cucurbitacins, momordine, momorcharins, and proteins. It is thought that the primary constituents responsible for the hypoglycemic properties are charantin, cucurbutanoids, momordicin, and oleanolic acids. Recent scientific findings have been pointing to the hypoglycaemic and anticancer effects of bitter melon….Readmore