Skin Infection

The Truth About the Lyme Disease Epidemic

…a pencil tip. Generally the tick needs to remain attached 12 or more hours before it can pass on the infective material, so check yourself and remove the tick as soon as possible, and treat the skin around the bite with alcohol. Be alert for symptoms. * From 3 to 30 days afterward: the bull’s-eye rash…

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Kiwi Extract for Better Digestion

…and heartburn as a result of food not being fully or properly digested. Undigested food in your digestive tract will rot and increase the risk of infection and disease. So what can eating kiwis do to help? It has been found that kiwis are high in a natural enzyme, called actinidin, that can help your…

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Massage Away Diabetic Lesions

…adequate circulation to the area and I have a simple massaging technique that can help restore blood flow to an ulcer and speed the healing process. Skin ulcerations develop in a circular pattern that somewhat resembles a three-layer bulls-eye. At the center of the circle is a red, inflamed area where…

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Stop the Flu With Resveratrol

The compound from grape skins called resveratrol is back in the news, because research suggests that it might also become a powerful tool to help stop the spread of the flu. Researchers at the Institute of Microbiology found that resveratrol could stop the replication of the influenza virus in cell cultures…

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