For many of us, another season of summer fun and sun can be pretty hard on the skin causing heat rash, bug bites, sunburns, and various scrapes and bruises. Well, if you’re looking for some topical relief without all of the synthetic chemical strings attached, look no further than a fabulous little flower called calendula.
The condition is embarrassing, and the treatment for dry scalp out there can be pretty confusing and have long, chemical-filled names. But just like most conditions, dandruff has a host of natural cures, which I’ve recently been reading about. Today, I thought I’d share them with Skrewtips readers.
The question that comes to mind is whether your kitchen is a Hell or a Heaven? For me, heaven and hell is a state of existence — one that can change from day to day. In the same way, your kitchen may become a hell, or actually, make your life and health a hell if you make the wrong choices about the foods that you cook in there.
Eating healthy is one of those things that we all should try to practice, and it’s almost overwhelming how many ways there are to do it. Sure, fruits, vegetables, greens, all should be staples in our diets; no one is going to argue that eating like that is anything BUT healthy. However, there is one thing that should be an absolute with no questions asked — and that is olive oil.
There’s a lot of web-literature about tea out there, and the drink is now becoming popular, but actual knowledge and experience drinking tea is still somewhat lacking. This is a good thing, because it allows tea merchants to organize tastings for “tea newbies” and observe and enjoy everybody’s reactions as they drink their first good green tea, their first Da Hong Pao, their first aged oolong.
To me, there are two sides of “healthy eating.” One side is about making sure that you’re getting the proper nutrients – vitamins, minerals, protein, calcium, iron, and all the rest. But the other side has to do with the idea of environmental health: when we eat healthy, we’re not only concerned with our own health, but that of the world around us.
It’s easy to believe what Noni juice has to offer. We want to believe that drinking this exotic drink can do so many things for us: undo years of damage to skin, help digestion and metabolism, relieve chronic headache, boost energy, ease anxiety, and make us more comfortable in our own skins. But, what do we really know about this fruit?
There are plenty of drink myths out there – what’s good for you and what’s not are easily confused as drink companies label their empty calorie-laden, corn-syrup filled liquid candies with labels like “antioxidant” and “all-natural.” But it’s healthy to choose fruit juice, right?
Thanks to America’s obsession with its ever-fluctuating percentages of body fat, Hoodia, specifically hoodia gordonii, hit the market running when it was introduced several years ago. But few stopped to consider: what does hoodia actually do? Where does it come from, and what is its history?
Cacao is, by far, one of the most powerful plants known to man. It has more antioxidants than just about anything else. And it’s a heart food, packed with magnesium and natural chemicals to brighten your mood and build your love within.