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The cold and flu season is coming as we approach the autumn and winter months, bringing with it a host of chills, ills, and other concerns. Highly contagious and annoyingly persistent, a cold is one of the most common seasonal afflictions.[1] Although there's no cure for the cold, there are many natural ways to soothe the unpleasant symptoms it causes while your body naturally works it out. Here are a few simple recommendations for making yourself more comfortable during cold and flu season. (more…)

If you’ve experienced congestion, and we all have, you know it’s not only a miserable feeling, but it also, mechanically, can be difficult to breathe. Regular lung cleansing may just be the answer to many respiratory ailments. We’re always breathing so, unlike some conditions, which may be easy to temporarily ignore, clogged sinuses and lung congestion are a constant and literal in-your-face malady that can make every second miserable. (more…)

Many societies, especially those of the Americas and China, have a history of using cayenne pepper therapeutically. A powerful plant with many uses, cayenne pepper gained buzz for cleansing and detoxifying regimes, which use the spice to stimulate circulation and neutralize acidity. Cayenne pepper has been used for a variety of ailments, including indigestion, confusion, tremors, gout, fever, flatulence, sore throat, hemorrhoids, menorrhagia in women, nausea, tonsillitis, scarlet fever, and diphtheria.[1, 2] Let’s take a look at some of the best health benefits cayenne pepper has to offer. The Health […]

Dietary zinc is a widely used essential mineral that is commonly found in a wide range of foods, over-the-counter health products and supplements. There's a large body of scientific evidence which suggests that consuming the adequate amount of zinc daily helps supports the human body's natural immune function [1] [2]. (more…)

Peppermint, mentha piperita, is a versatile plant that has been cultivated and used for centuries in a variety of natural capacities ranging from indigestion, motion sickness, gas relief and more. Because it inhibits the growth of bacteria, mouthwash and toothpaste may be among peppermint’s best-known applications. However, peppermint’s soothing and relaxing properties have placed it at the forefront of herbs found to be especially beneficial when used to support respiratory disorders such as cold, cough, throat irritation, and sinus redness. (more…)