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Surveys suggest that about 75% of women develop thrush or a yeast infection (vulvovaginal candidiasis) at least once in their lifetime.[1] The yeast organism, Candida Albicans is primarily responsible for these infections and is caused by dysbiosis, a condition that ...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
Powerful natural remedies can help ease some of the most common symptoms of perimenopause and menopause. When it comes to hormonal changes later in life, don’t suffer or “tough it out” without support. Sage (Salvia officinalis), a shrub native of ...Read More
It’s a bacterial infection that primarily affects women and its symptoms are the very definition of discomfort: Painful and burning urination Frequent and often urgent need to urinate Blood in urine Lower abdominal pain or cramps Chills Odorous or cloudy ...Read More
The prostate gland is a small, walnut-sized organ located just under the bladder. It surrounds the urethra, the tube that carries urine from the bladder. The prostate has a dual function as part of the excretory and the reproductive systems. ...Read More
As women, we have two significant hormonal shifts in our life: the first being teenage puberty and then the change of life leading into menopause.  Although these are certainly natural transitions in life, they can be extremely challenging when our ...Read More
Most men probably never even think about their prostate gland until they have a feeling that something’s “not quite right” but the functioning of this small, donut-shaped muscular gland sure can make a big impact on a guy’s life. Just ...Read More
Along its vast 7,000 km length, the Andes Mountain range of South America hides many ancient secrets. One such secret – the lost mountain-top city of Machu Picchu – was rediscovered in 1911. More recently a natural remedy cultivated in ...Read More
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