Health & Wellness

My Angina Monologue

Think it can’t happen to you? Our guest writer today shares her personal story; how she, an active, fit person suffered from a heart attack. She has since made it her mission to teach others about stress solutions. Read her simple profound tip for reducing stress today.

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How’s your gut?

It’s Love your Gut week! Find out how the biggest digestive event of the year can help improve your health and wellbeing. Come and share your tips for happy, healthy guts too!

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Yarrow – a natural remedy for fevers in children

There’s nothing worse than seeing our children ill and a high fever can be one of the most terrifying things. It tests even the most ‘natural parents’ to trust in natural healing because there can be worrying side effects from a high fever. Thankfully Mother Nature is on hand, providing all we need for great…

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Five natural ways to cure Seasonal Affective Disorder SAD

In Northern Europe, around 12 million people suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). Symptoms range from mild such as feeling a little depressed, poor concentration and lethargy to full blown depression, chronic fatigue and even suicidal thoughts. I’ve had SAD for the past ten years and finally, after a few years tweaking my regime I’ve…

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How to dilute and use hydrogen peroxide

One of the items in our natural first aid kit is hydrogen peroxide (H202). Hydrogen peroxide occurs naturally – when moisture (H20) interacts with ozone (03) in the atmosphere, it picks up an added oxygen atom and falls to the earth as rain which contains an abundance of H202. And we all know how fresh…

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Wellness water filter review

Mr Green has a strong reaction to chlorine. He refuses to drink tap water unless it is filtered and even brushing his teeth or flushing the toilet makes him gag. After a bath his eyes are red and streaming and his lungs are dry. This has led us to trying out several water filters and…

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Using peppermint for health

While many plants are dying back in the garden, our mint is still growing. In fact it is flourishing now it has the ground to itself! Mint is a fantastic herb and especially useful for winter because it’s a decongestant. Peppermint is the most commonly used herb in herbal medicine although all mints can be…

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