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Blog: Curly Hair? Spring Healthy Hair Year-Round, with these 5 Tips

Spring healthy new hair growth—and luscious locks, year-round—with these 5 tips! 1. Keep the bounce in your step, and in your curls, with a balanced diet that includes hair-healthy nutrients such as protein, essential fatty acids, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Also minimize sugars and avoid unhealthy fats, as these cause inflammation in the body, including […]

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Blog: Natural Support for Arthritis

Herbs such as Turmeric, Boswellia, Devil’s Claw, and Yucca are all beneficial for joint inflammation and arthritis, as are other herbs found in Joint Gold from Natural Wellbeing (see: http://www.naturalwellbeing.com/products/joint-gold) Cat’s Claw from South America has shown notable benefit for rheumatoid arthritis, in particular. See: http://www.naturalwellbeing.com/products/cats-claw Omega-3 fish oils also provide excellent anti-inflammatory support and […]

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Blog: 5 Common Causes of Hair Loss

Hair loss can be devastating, no matter the reason. Learn about 5 of the most common causes of hair loss in women, at Locks to Talk About. Our herbalist Paulina explains them here: http://www.hairessentials.com/blog/5-common-causes-of-hair-loss/

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Blog: Aller-Gold: Natural Antihistamine Relief for Springtime Allergies

Springtime Sniffles? Is springtime synonymous for you with itchy eyes, nonstop sneezing, runny nose, and scratchy throat? If so, it’s likely that you’re one of many who suffer from seasonal allergies (also known as allergic rhinitis or hay fever). These are due to the abundant pollens and moulds that become more prolific during springtime. Herbs […]

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Blog: 6 Healthy Reasons to Nap

Here are 6 Healthy Reasons to Cat Nap Regularly: Napping: 1. Boosts Alertness 2. Improves Learning and Memory 3. Increases Creativity 4. Boosts Productivity 5. Lifts Your Spirits 6. Reduces Stress  

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Blog: Nuts for Health: Selenium & Brazil Nuts

Are you nuts for nuts, too? Did you know that Brazil nuts are one of nature’s richest sources of selenium? They’re so high in this nutrient, in fact, that the National Institutes of Health recommends eating Brazil nuts only occasionally, to avoid selenium toxicity. Adults require about 55 micrograms of selenium per day; a serving […]

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Blog: Kava Kava – Nature’s Anti-Anxiety Aid

Kava Kava (Piper methysticum) was originally first grown and used in the South Pacific ceremonially for enhancing a sense of unity, especially as it pertained to the meeting of high-ranking community leaders. Nowadays, Kava is probably best known as a natural anti-anxiety aid. In recent studies, Kava was shown to be as effective as Xanax, a prescription […]

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Blog: Nursing Mother Milk Support

Nursing Your Baby Breastfeeding not only promotes a deeply intimate and loving way to bond with your newborn, it also nourishes your infant with the perfect balance of nutrients and vital immune protection. If breast milk supply is low, however, or there is difficulty in milk letdown, herbs known as galactagogues can improve production and […]

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Blog: Mediterranean Diet for Heart Health

‘Heart Health’ month may be coming to a close, but a healthy heart is something we want to maintain every month of the year! Inflammation in the arterial blood vessels of the cardiovascular system is a leading cause of heart disease. It causes damage to the walls of the vessels, making them more susceptible to […]

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Blog: Five Common Causes of Hair Loss in Women, Part 5: Trichotillomania

Trichos derives from the Greek, meaning hair, with trichotillomania being the compulsive urge to pull out one’s hair. The action of pulling or tugging can lead to noticeable breakage, hair of varying lengths, and hair loss, and has been strongly associated with stress, anxiety, and depression, though other events can also trigger it. The most common age […]

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