I have probably experienced almost every possible cause of itching throughout my life. Most of those listed below I have experienced during the last 3 years. This unfortunately has made me somewhat of an expert on itching skin: Bug Bites (especially of the tropical variety – sand fleas and mosquitos) Grover’s Disease Clothing not made…
As the onset of winter quickly approaches, your body’s need for exercise doesn’t diminish. And that goes for your dog too! The cold winter months can cause stiff and painful joints for both you and your pet. There are plenty of remedies on the market for joint pain, but it’s even better to prevent them…
Skin rashes are just as common for adults as they are for children and teens. To figure out what type of rash you have, consider what color your affected skin is, what the texture is, and what you’ve been exposed to lately. Fortunately, natural home remedies can often solve rash problems.
Not only do the foods you eat affect your body, they also affect your teeth as they pass through your mouth and get chewed. Sugary, sticky, and acidic foods are the biggest culprits, but what if other foods actually cleaned and strengthened your teeth?
If you suffer to mild-to-moderate insomnia, consider trying one of the following all-natural remedies to ensure a better night’s sleep.
Many skin exfoliation methods involve chemical compounds, artificial ingredients, and harsh tools. To reveal the beautiful skin that you’re hiding underneath without the pain or damage, try these all-natural exfoliation methods.
Mint is most commonly associated with oral hygiene products, but it has many other uses in foods, drinks, and skin care products. Read on to learn about some of the potential health benefits of this powerful and delicious herb.
Dry, brittle, and cracked nails happen for a variety of reasons, many of which have to do with your daily habits. These are some natural remedies for cracked, brittle nails.
Research has shown that curcumin in turmeric spice is a potent anti-inflammatory agent, metabolic syndrome fix, and cancer prevention nutrient. Although more research is needed to solidify the promising health benefits of turmeric in the human body, it holds more potential than pretty much any other spice on the market.
The artichoke is one of the oldest cultivated plants on the planet. Ancient Ethiopians and Egyptians grew them, and ancient Greeks and Romans considered them to be a valuable digestive aid. In the 16th century, southern Europeans believed artichokes were meant only to be consumed by the rich and royal. In modern times, we have…