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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
The health benefits for the daily use of this Peruvian superfood can be significant for perimenopausal women    Along its vast 7,000 km length, the Andes Mountain range of South America hides many ancient secrets. One such secret – the ...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
Vitamin C is arguably the single most important water soluble anti­oxidant in the human body. Antioxi­dants play a key role in protecting cells against free radicals, which can cause damage and play a role in heart disease, cancer, and other ...Read More
Just because your knee hurts does not mean you have to stop doing the activities you love. Whether you love to do the jive, pound down the trail or hang out in a downward dog, let’s find a way to ...Read More
Enzymes are our most important nutrients! Enzyme therapy has been used to treat disease for over 100 years. As an effective, powerful proteolytic enzyme, Serra-Force offers a welcome step towards solving pain and arthritis and can: Reduce Inflammation Swelling Relieves ...Read More
The majority of Canadians over 55 years of age experience some degree of the painful joint disease osteoarthritis. For many, osteoarthritis means constant pain, impaired mobility and seriously reduced quality of life. Are there solutions for this suffering? Yes! Effective combinations of ...Read More
Nagging joint pain, the burn of arthritis, and even low-grade pain don’t necessarily start from where the pain is felt. Yes, that arthritic pain can develop due to mechanical reasons, like wear and tear on the joints. But new research ...Read More
Flickering. Pulsing. Pounding. Shooting. Stabbing. Gnawing. Pinching. Crushing. Aching. Cramping. Splitting. Radiating. Spreading. These are just some of the adjectives used to describe pain. Some pain is short-lived, while other pain nags us every day. But whatever the type and ...Read More
For most of us, warmer weather means doing more of the things we love like gardening, biking, hiking, golfing and much more. But with those added physical activities often comes increased muscle and joint pain, especially in the neck, shoulders, ...Read More
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