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How To Use Turmeric To Stop Asthma

…breathing patterns, thins the blood and relieves asthmatic inflammation that causes swelling in the lungs and trouble breathing. The allergic response in asthma is triggered when T-lymphocytes from your immune system release specific compounds that cause inflammation. Researchers have found that turmeric can…

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Two Simple Suggestions for Childhood Asthma

Childhood asthma is, unfortunately, on the rise. If you or someone you know has a child with this condition, here are some suggestions to help you deal with it naturally: First, try the xylitol nasal wash called Xlear. Rinse nasal passages with the product 3 or 4 times a day and continue to do so every…

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Don't Ignore This Medication Side Effect

…one or more medications (average 3.4 medications) were 11.6 times higher for sodium salts, 4.3 times higher for acids, 7 times higher for bitter compounds, 2.5 times higher for amino acids, 5 times higher for glutamate salts, and 2.7 times higher for sweeteners. And for highly medicated individuals in…

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Onions May Hold the Key To Freer Breathing

While searching for a cure for asthma, I learned that onion extracts in particular can be very effective in the prevention of asthma attacks. An alcoholic extract made from 200 grams of onions were found to reduce bronchial spasms and airway obstruction were dramatically and in several cases totally…

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The Truth About the Lyme Disease Epidemic

…natural alternatives that have been shown to eliminate the Lyme spirochete when used alone or in conjunction with the antibiotic and anti-protozoal medications. * Cat’s claw (Uncaria tomentosa). One study showed that an extract of this Peruvian medicinal plant commonly known as cat’s claw (Uncaria tomentosa…

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One of the Best Flu Prevention Tactics Revealed

…stimulant to the adrenal glands. * Take a look at the medications you’re using. One of the biggest detriments to sleep is the widespread use of both over-the-counter and prescription drugs. Even seemingly harmless sinus and nasal congestion medications can be strong nervous system stimulants that can interfere…

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Subtle Causes of Seasonal Allergies

…than you think--especially if you are an allergy or asthma sufferer. Pollen can collect in your clothes and wreak havoc on your sinuses. As wonderful as air-dried sheets and clothes smell, definitely consider using your dryer if your allergies or asthma are acting up. While I'm on the topic, other things…

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Ebola: Just One More Reason to Be Prepared

…that changing is nil. I’m not sure that’s the case. If you’ve watched the Ebola clean-up and decontamination crews, as well as the attending medical professionals, you’ll notice they are all wearing Level A protective suits. Level A suits include protective respiratory filters or air-purifying…

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Vision Saving Foods

…as spinach. It’s really unfortunate that eggs are often considered a high cholesterol food. Despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary, the medical profession still hasn’t fully accepted the fact that eggs don’t raise cholesterol levels and are, in fact, very good for you. I wonder how many…

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How to Build an Emergency Preparedness Kit

…memory.) Begin by stocking at least enough nonperishable and canned items to survive a couple of weeks without having to leave home. If you take medications or supplements, it’s not unreasonable to keep a three-month supply of those on hand, as well. In addition to those essentials, here’s a run-down…

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Natural Egg Membrane for Bone and Joint Pain

…wound healing, and can even help with acne. Most significantly, however, eggshell membrane has been found to outperform traditional bone and joint medications like glucosamine! Natural Egg Membrane for Bone and Joint Pain? Back in 2009, the National Institute of Health published a study about natural eggshell…

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The Natural Pain Reliever You Keep in Your Kitchen

…you suffer from arthritis or any other kind of joint pain. For relief, you may be tempted to reach for over-the-counter painkillers, but these medications have many unwanted side effects. Instead, I recommend that you consider the natural pain-relieving properties of turmeric. This yellow-orange spice…

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Four Ways to Curb Food Cravings

…in both mood changes and food cravings. The pharmaceutical companies are well aware of this situation, and are developing appetite suppression medications that mimic the effects of naturally occurring amino acids like L-tryptophan, tyrosine, and others. With a simple homemade protein shake, you can…

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Detoxify Naturally With Cilantro and Clay

…nervousness, flu-like symptoms, or fever. Those who have taken drugs much of their lives could experience the normal effects associated with those medications or any of their side effects. You may even experience some common digestive problems such as constipation or diarrhea as your bowel adjusts to the…

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7 Best Anti-aging Herbs: Gymnema Sylvestre

…unusual ability of helping to regenerate pancreatic cells in both animals and humans. Studies have revealed that diabetic patients taking oral medications could reduce their blood sugar levels significantly by taking 400 milligrams of gymnema sylvestre extract daily over 18 to 20 months. Corresponding…

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Spirulina Helps Hepatitis C Patients

…leading cause of liver failure, liver cancer, and liver transplantation. Typically, hepatitis C treatment entails a 48-week program of antiviral medications. Early treatment results in about a 40 percent cure rate, but in advanced cases, that drops to around 20 percent. And the treatment is fraught with…

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Statins Decrease Exercise's Benefits

…statins need any additional problems to add to their ever-growing list of harmful side effects, a recent study found that these cholesterol-lowering medications can actually decrease the benefits of exercise. So if you’re taking statins and exercising in an effort to get/stay healthy, you may be wasting…

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A Spicy Alternative to NSAIDs

Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are some of the most widely used medications used for all types of pain, particularly the wear-and-tear form of arthritis (osteoarthritis). In a study published last year in JAMA, researchers took a look at individuals being treated for high blood pressure…

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The Health Benefits of Whey

…really does address many of the problems associated with cardiovascular disease—and it isn’t associated with any side effects common to heart medications. Whey proteins inhibit the angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE). I’m sure you’ve heard of the class of blood pressure–lowering drugs called…

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