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Winter can be harsh on your skin, hair and nails. Wind, cold, and dryness can all affect how you look and feel. If you want to improve your appearance in the winter and beyond, then you should know about 3 ...Read More
Winter season plagues many with dryness, leaving skin more exposed to all the bugs that are frequently airborne. Anyone who has tried knows that hand sanitizers offer disinfection at a price: pain. Alcohol on broken skin burns and children especially ...Read More
The ability of plants to synthesize their own vitamin E is among the critical biochemical processes for the evolution of life on earth. The antioxidant properties of the entire spectrum of tocopherols and tocotrienols within seeds gives them the resiliency to ...Read More
Mānuka honey has unique properties. It is earthier and richer than other honey, with a deeper flavour profile and a thicker, more viscous consistency. It also has unique chemical compounds.   For centuries, the Māori of New Zealand used the ...Read More
Castor Oil: An Overview Castor oil has been used from antiquity, its first recorded medicinal use goes back to the time of the Ebers papyrus, an ancient Egyptian medical treatise. Castor oil is a viscous, pale yellow vegetable oil pressed ...Read More
It’s once again the start of a new school year, which is an exciting time to rekindle your love of learning and reconnect with the friends you haven’t seen in three months.  Everyone will be catching up and sharing their ...Read More
Your hair tells a story about your overall well-being. Healthy, shiny hair is one indication of vibrant physical health, while thinning, brittle, dull and lifeless hair tells an entirely different story. While you may think that your nutrient intake is ...Read More
Silver has been effectively used for thousands of years for its natural immune-supporting and medicinal properties.  Common “colloidal” or ionic silvers contain positively charged silver ions that interact in the body by stripping electrons away from bacterial walls, essentially killing ...Read More
Collagen is the most common protein in the body. It is an essential structural element of the human body found mostly in the extracellular matrix of most connective tissues. Collagen comprises 80% of our dry skin weight - it is ...Read More
From hormones and mood to digestion and concerns over aging skin, women’s health has never been simple. Advances in nutraceutical therapy are providing new ways to help relieve many common health concerns. Here is a selection of nutritional solutions you ...Read More
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