Health

Tips for Taking Supplements

by Lynn Huber January 11, 2017
Tips for Taking Supplements

Be honest – when was the last time you ate your suggested five to nine servings of fruits and vegetables per day? Despite your best efforts to eat a balanced diet, you may be falling short of the recommended daily amount of certain nutrients. Many people turn to dietary supplements to get their recommended intake […]

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Croup

by Lynn Huber October 2, 2016
Croup

Croup, very common in children, is a viral infection of the upper respiratory system. It inflames the larynx and causes a recognizable, alarming, barking cough. Croup is very contagious in the first few days, and it’s often accompanied by a fever, runny nose, and other cold-like symptoms. The most popular and effective natural remedy for […]

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Burns and Essential Oils

by Lynn Huber September 14, 2016
Burns and Essential Oils

The anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties found in some essential oils, such as lavender, can help treat first- and second-degree burns, combat infection, and prevent scarring. However, when it comes to third-degree burns, keep essential oils away and leave the treatment of the burns to the professionals. When in doubt, always seek medical attention first. First-degree […]

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Natural Wellness

by Lynn Huber September 7, 2016
Natural Wellness

Essential oils are effective against dozens of ailments, from acid reflux to whooping cough.  Therapeutic grade essential oils work in harmony with your system, not against it, to nurture and expand your body’s natural healing abilities. At universities around the world, research has proven that some essential oils are as effective as pharmaceuticals in relieving […]

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Essential Oils and Healing

by Lynn Huber August 24, 2016
Essential Oils and Healing

The use of plants for healing probably began among our earliest ancestors, who determined that certain plants had the ability to help a sick person recover. This information, passed down verbally from one generation to the next, eventually brought about the extraction of essential oils from strong-smelling plants. Around 1800 BCE, visiting physicians from several […]

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Pregnancy – Morning Sickness

by Lynn Huber August 7, 2016
Pregnancy - Morning Sickness

There should be no more satisfying and special time in a woman’s life then the nine months of pregnancy, but mothers-to-be are often beset by anxiety and discomfort. One of those is morning sickness. Here are some suggestions that should work very quickly to dispel morning sickness. The scent of spearmint or ginger essential oil […]

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Essential Oils and Pregnancy

by Lynn Huber May 13, 2016
Essential Oils and Pregnancy

Pure essential oils are a powerful aid during pregnancy, especially since side effects from medication can be so detrimental. Essential oils support the general health of mom and baby, and go beyond to address other common discomforts. Here are some tips to help you get through your pregnancy and beyond: Pregnancy – Allergy support: take […]

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Probiotics: The Path to a Happy Belly

by Lynn Huber February 19, 2016
Probiotics: The Path to a Happy Belly

What are probiotics? Your digestive system is full of bacteria. Good bacteria help your immune system, provide digestive support, and benefit your overall health. The word probiotic means “for life.” A product with probiotics must provide live, active cultures. Probiotics are beneficial to the health of your digestive system and will be able to replicate […]

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Oil Touch Technique

by Lynn Huber December 22, 2015
Oil Touch Technique

Essential oils have a powerful effect on well being. These effects are specific and unique to each oil that nature has provided. When we understand these healing properties and how our bodies naturally respond to them, we can use essential oils to promote a superior state of being. The Oil Touch (also called AromaTouch) technique […]

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