By: Rudy Silva
Cayenne is a constipation home remedy that is effective in producing peristalsis in your colon and aids digestion. It can be used regularly at every meal and when needed for constipation. Cayenne pepper is known to help thin the blood. So, it is good for improving blood circulation.
Cayenne is available in capsules of different strengths, from 5,000 heat units (HU) to 100,000 and even higher. In addition, cayenne when used with other herbs helps to deliver these herbs more efficiently to where they are needed in the body
A MIRACLE FOR FREE
The remedy for your medical problems may be as close as your faucet! Pigs will fly before the medical establishment will disclose something simple and free in lieu of costly (and frequently dangerous) medications.
In forty years of practice I have seen many apparent miracles produced solely by plain water. You won’t believe what 8-10 eight-ounce glasses of water per day will do for many maladies.
Every day we are exposed to external toxins from our environment and internal toxins produced as the byproduct of our digestive and metabolic processes. Toxic and unwanted inorganic chemicals are found in our foods, water and air in the form of fertilizers, pesticides, heavy metals and other pollutants. Working in climate controlled environments is a source of airborne microorganisms and debris and home and work environments expose us to paint and carpet fumes. Everything from plastic containers to dry cleaned clothes to skin and hair-care products and cosmetics bombard our bodies with unwanted pollutants. All of these fall in the category of environmental toxins.
Infections and Our White Blood Cells
One of the body’s protective defenses against infection from bacteria, virus and fungus (microbes) comes from the white blood cells (WBC) of the immune system. White blood cells are subdivided into six cell types which perform different functions depending on which microbe has invaded the body. The names of the six white blood cell types are Neutrophils, Eosinophils, Basophils, Lymphocytes, Monocytes and Macrophages. When a microbe invades the body, it sets off a bio-chemical alarm signal which will then attract the white blood cell to the microbe which has the most lethal effect against the invader.
With all the medical advances in the 20th century, Vitamin D3 deficiency is still an epidemic. So, why is that?
In our natural state, we are meant to live outdoors. Most of us live and work indoor and sometimes we may not see the sun for days. With the skin cancer scare and the avid use of sun block, Americans are not getting enough Vitamin D3 from the sun. We were meant to get a minimum of 20 minutes of sunlight in the nude daily. So, those “Nudist Colonies” have the right idea!
Under summer conditions it is frequently possible to generate about 20,000 units of Vitamin D by exposing your skin to the sun. The darker your skin is, the farther away from the equator you are, and the further away you are from the summer months, the less likely it is that you will produce adequate Vitamin D levels from sun exposure alone.
Easy Maple Vinaigrette Dressing
- 5 TBS. olive oil
- 2 TBS. apple cider vinegar
- 1 TBS. Maple Valley Organic Syrup
- 1 clove garlic, minced
- 1/4 tsp. dry mustard
- 1 pinch dry dill
- salt and pepper to taste
Put all ingredients in a glass jar with a lid. Shake well before serving.
By: Bill Wilson
When it comes to all the hype about vitamins, you have probably wondered “Are vitamin supplements beneficial?” Despite the numerous nutritional studies conducted over the past few years, there is still much controversy surrounding the issue of daily vitamin supplements.
The question is not whether taking a daily multivitamin is safe – a daily regimen including a multivitamin has been proven both safe and effective. The question really boils down to whether an individual can get all of the required vitamins and minerals from their diet.
By: Philip Jubb
An insomnia cure. Hmm… Before we go for a cure it may be a good idea to try and know our enemy. What are our signs and symptons. What type of Insomnia do we have. Perhaps a working definition would be helpful.
The experts seem to agree that something along these lines would suit.
“Insomnia” is any episode of unrefreshing sleep, difficulty falling asleep, frequent awakenings, or waking up too early in the morning and not being able to drop back off. Women and the elderly seem to be the most frequent sufferers. We can divide these episodes into three collective groups and label them Short-term Transient or Chronic.