The importance to health of tissue salts – and how to use them

By homeopath Marie McLoughlin We are living in a time where the environment we inhabit is becoming more and more toxic to us. This is due to many factors, most of them created by corporate greed and a desire to monetise every natural thing, from the water we drink to our weather and our fertility.…

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How to use the sun to improve eyesight and immunity

The connection between eye-sight and sunshine has been known about for thousands of years, and references to it has been found in the Indian Vedas and ancient Chinese medical texts. But it is only in holistic health circles that this knowledge is being kept alive, in the form of heliotherapy. Here’s a very good article…

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Why is Reiki such a popular therapy and how does it work?

by Dawn Fleming What is the mysterious energy technique called Reiki? Oprah and Dr. Oz both have raved about the benefits of receiving a Reiki treatment. Reiki can accelerate the healing process of the body, mind and emotions. Reiki helps release stress and creates balance. Maybe you just feel tired and rundown, but your blood…

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How to Perform a Massage Without Hurting Your Clients

by Jon of Massage Dreams   I hate lying face down on a massage table ready to enjoy a relaxing massage and not getting it. Even worse, I was biting my lip and squeezed my eyelids. More than that, I kept quiet, because the therapist said “We have to work out these knots, it will…

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Join our global network of alternative health practitioners – it’s completely free

More and more people are waking up, these days, to the fact that the same industry which is purporting to search for a cure for cancer is the same one that is poisoning us from the skies with chemtrails, putting fluoride in our water and trying to make GM foods the only available choice.

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The Real Neuroscience of Creativity

By Scott Barry Kaufman So yea, you know how the left brain is really realistic, analytical, practical, organized, and logical, and the right brain is so darn creative, passionate, sensual, tasteful, colorful, vivid, and poetic? Thoughtful cognitive neuroscientists such as Rex Jung, Darya Zabelina, Andreas Fink, John Kounios, Mark Beeman, Kalina Christoff, Oshin Vartanian, Jeremy Gray, Hikaru Takeuchi and…

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Transform your life in 10 minutes with ancient ‘youthing practice’

If you need more zest and zip in your life, the secret to these states and more can be found in a set of simple (yet profound) yogic exercises known as the “Five Tibetans.” Developed by Buddhist monks and brought to the West in the 1930s, Tibetan yoga is a series of five movements that…

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Father of ADHD admits that “it’s a fictitious disease”

By Ethan A Huff If you or someone you know has a child that has been diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), chances are the child is actually just fine. At least this is what the “father” of ADHD, Leon Eisenberg, would say if he were still alive.

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Source of migraines found to be genetic

In the largest study of migraines, researchers have found five genetic regions that for the first time have been linked to the onset of migraine. This study opens new doors to understanding the cause and biological triggers that underlie migraine attacks.

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When should common knee pain be treated as arthritis?

Knee pain is a common complaint that affects people of all ages. Knee pain may be the result of an injury, such as a ruptured ligament or torn cartilage. Medical conditions — including arthritis, gout and infections — also can cause knee pain. Many types of minor knee pain respond well to self-care measures. Physical…

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Aromatherapy Travel Insurance ~ Essential Oils For Your Journey

by: Misty Rae Cech, ND Going on a trip is usually thought of as a wonderful experience, one that you and your family may have planned and looked forward to for some time. To have the most fun – to get the most out of the experience – it’s important that you and your loved…

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How to Spot a Sociopath or Person of Low Empathy

Some of us have been noticing lately that there’s been a not-so slow slide of our institutions and governmental departments into being more and more dominated by sociopaths and people of low empathy. And the professions of psychology and psychotherapy have gradually been politicised, so that problems that occur in society are being now attributed…

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The Healing Nature of Beauty

We’ve created a new video which is in itself an aid to healing. Merely by gazing upon the order, harmony and beauty found in Nature, we can restore our inner selves back into balance. Marvelling at Mother Nature’s fractal and holographic beauty is the ultimate healing for mind, body and soul.

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How Bears May Help Us Heal

Medical researchers and zoologists worked together to find that the bears’ wounds healed with almost no scarring, and were infection-free. The scientists hope, eventually, to find out exactly how the bears’ bodies heal while their body temperature, heart rate and metabolism are reduced. This could aid studies of human wound-healing.

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How Massage Therapy Helps Patients With Cancer

Massage therapy can help improve the wellbeing of patients who are receiving various types of cancers. Physicians are increasingly including massage therapy as part of their treatment plan. Massages can help improve a patient’s spirits and ease some of the unpleasant side effects of cancer treatments.

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Stop Making Cancer From The Inside Out

Today, millions of people suffer from cancer (unnecessarily) at the hands of poorly-educated, conventional medical doctors. But, the truth is, there are many (great) physicians helping people eliminate cancer without the use of surgery or toxic drugs. Did you know that chemotherapy and radiation is less than 3 percent effective in treating stage-IV cancer patients?…

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How to keep the kids safe from nasties in the pool this summer

The school summer holidays are nearly here, and many of us will be taking the children for days out at the local swimming pool. However, how can we protect them from some of the nasties that seem to turn up more and more these days in public swimming pools?

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When are Olympians enhancing fitness fairly and when is it just plain cheating?

Testosterone and prosthetics: the latest attempts to draw the line between legality and cheating in athletics offend both science and natural justice Every time the summer Olympics comes around, so does the debate over where to draw the line between legal performance enhancement and cheating. This year it is especially relevant because of the presence…

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Easy hand reflexology you can do at your desk

It’s lovely to be able to take a break from our lives and lay back into a luxurious reflexology session with an experienced therapist. But many of us can’t afford either the time or the money, and so here are some quick reflexology tips that you can do yourself, even while you’re at work, and…

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The amazing benefits of massage for pregnant women

Massage, as amazing as it is, should not be considered a luxury but a necessity for many moments of our lives. At so many junctures the science of technique and the magic of simple touch can come together to make a real difference in our daily existence.

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The Chinese Way of Ageing Gracefully

By Angelo Druda People can play life, fast and loose up until they are fifty. The excess energy and hormonal activity of a youthful body, are most forgiving. But after fifty, one must get smart and disciplined in order to ensure high quality and healthful future years.

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A new breakthrough in the diagnosis of autism early on

A simple brain trace can identify autism in children as young as two years old, scientists believe. A US team at Boston Children’s Hospital say EEG traces, which record electrical brain activity using scalp electrodes, could offer a diagnostic test for this complex condition.

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Energy Medicine Tips For Adrenal Fatigue

by Melanie Smith Adrenal fatigue happens when the adrenal glands wear out due to continual production of the stress hormone cortisol affecting the thyroid gland and thus creating many other hormone imbalances.

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Overview of Health and Human Ecology

We are delighted to publish this excellent article from BILL TARA, who has been at the forefront of macrobiotic education for more than four decades. He has consistently focused his work on adapting the macrobiotic philosophy to the needs of modern life and culture. Here he explains how the health of the microcosmic individual is…

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Three easy steps to awakening powerful regenerative healing in the body

By Angelo Druda The human body possesses a powerful healing and regenerative chemistry. Examples of sudden and extraordinary healing – so called miraculous healing, demonstrate what this rejuvenate potential can actually do when it is truly unlocked. The great spiritual master Adi Da Samraj described a three part process that awakens this powerful regenerative energy.…

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Write to your MP here about the threat to homeopathy from new Bill

The medicines act is being simplified which could adversely affect your access to homoeopathic medicines within the UK. If the current proposals of the MHRA are endorsed by the government the following would occur: 1. You would no longer be able to get homoepathic medicines by telephone or online. 2. Homoeopaths would no longer be…

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