Raw honey is a well-known superfood that contains numerous anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. The infographic on the page shows just how effective the sweet substance can be on bug bites, wounds, ulcers, sore throats, and the immune system. The image also provides a helpful note that honey should not be fed to infants. Read the full article here: 12 Incredible Beauty Secrets Of Raw Honey
For most sufferers, chronic back pain involves a psychological element that is almost, if not more important, than the physical. That’s why experts recommend getting concurrent help for the mind to speed up recovery.
Acupuncture has been shown to be an effective treatment for many ailments, and a recent study has confirmed that it can help reduce the symptoms of the bowel condition known as Crohn’s disease. Researchers found that acupuncture was able to induce an anti-inflammatory response in the cells. Read the full article here: Acupuncture Anti-Inflammatory Crohn’s Disease Discovery
Turmeric seems to be one of the most heralded spices of our day. Not only is it known for its potent anti-inflammatory properties, but it apparently has also been shown to possibly have benefits in staving off dementia and cancer. The root resembles ginger but is orange on the inside and can be used in food or as a tea. Read the full article here: Discover 15 Reasons Why Turmeric Can Heal Your Body
Reflexology is another ancient Chinese practice that works on the idea that connective energies flow throughout the body so it’s possible to provide relief to certain organs by pressing the corresponding area on the hand.
Sciatica is a painful condition where the areas around the sciatic nerve become irritated due to any number of reasons. It can be hard to treat, but one approach that can reduce the pain is to stretch the affected lower back area along with the pelvis and legs. These seven poses and variations can help. Read the full article here: Exercise for Sciatica from a Herniated Disc
Here’s a simple pain reducer: a warm bath. It has been shown to help with musculoskeletal conditions like fibromyalgia and arthritis by relaxing muscles and joints. Even though 20 minutes is all you need, the benefits have been shown to last much longer. Read the full article here: Warm Water Works Wonders on Pain
Science continues to prove the mind-body connection with a new study that shows that those who practice mediation and yoga regularly experience much less discomfort related to irritable bowel syndrome and irritable bowel disease.
Many believe that avoiding inflammation is the key to maintaining good health and keeping diseases such as arthritis and fibromyalgia at bay. These 9 vitamins and minerals including magnesium, Coenzyme Q10, glutathione, and vitamins E, K, B, D, A, and C provide anti-inflammatory benefits in their own ways. Read the full article here: 9 Vitamins and Minerals to fight Inflammation (and where to get them)
Everyone has time to do a yoga pose, and if you’re like many who spend hours a day sitting in front of a computer, this may be the one to do. As the video shows, it’s fairly simple. You just lie on your back, bend one knee so the foot is flat against the floor, and take a strap or belt to help you extend the other leg at an angle. It’s a great stretch that will help to loosen the back and lower body. Read the full article here: Relieve Lower Back Pain With This Simple, Soothing Yoga Pose