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Nature possesses an intelligence that provides for the therapeutic needs of its inhabitants. A fantastic example of this relationship is man's use of therapeutic herbs. Many herbs are gaining prominence in today’s natural health movement. And, for many, historical use has aligned with modern science and the practical applications for human health are no longer in question. (more…)

Gravel root, also known as Joe Pye weed, is a therapeutic herb that's been around for centuries. Historical records from Turkey indicate its use as early as the B.C. era. Throughout history, many cultures have used gravel root as a remedy for an assortment of health complaints. Many of the bioactive compounds responsible for gravel root’s benefits are beginning to be analyzed by the scientific community in order to validate the age-old claims. (more…)

Ask anyone who's had a kidney stone what it's like and they'll tell you a horrific tale of pain and agony. Kidney stones, which are jagged mineral deposits, form in the kidneys and pass through the urinary tract. Sound awful? It is. While there's no way to be immune to developing kidney stones, there are steps you can take to discourage their formation. Let's take a look at what kidney stones are, why they form, and what you can do to reduce your chances of developing them. (more…)

Bromine is a chemical compound frequently used in flame retardants, baking ingredients, cell phones, plastic, dye, soda, and prescription drugs. Despite the warnings from the Centers for Disease Control about the serious, long-term health effects from constant exposure, use of the chemical shows no signs of slowing down. [1] Why should you care? Because research has identified the following 10 dangers of bromine as the most damaging to human health. (more…)

Nocturia, the need to wake from sleep and urinate at least once a night, can lead to serious health complications. It may also indicate a serious, pre-existing health condition. Affecting both men and women of middle-age and older, nocturia should not be ignored or written off as "normal." (more…)