• Pracasil Scar Treatment

    Pracasil Scar Treatment

    Pracasil is a unique topical anhydrous silicone base that contains oil from the Pracaxi tree found in the Amazon. Pracaxi oil has anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, anti-bacterial, and anti-fungal properties. Pracasil scar treatment is the only compounding base specifically designed for scars and skin conditions. We have been amazed with the results out patients have been getting. [...] More  →
  • PEA Pain Relief

    PEA for Natural Pain Relief

    PEA is a natural, safe, protective molecule produced in our body. PEA can be found in food such as meat, eggs, soy beans and peanuts. Nobel Prize winner Levi-Montalcini identified PEA as a naturally occurring molecule, describing its value in treating pain. Following her discovery, hundreds of scientific studies have been carried out to show [...] More  →
  • Health Benefits of Magnesium

    Health Benefits of Magnesium

    The health benefits of magnesium are huge! Magnesium is involved in over 300 enzymatic reactions in the body, magnesium is involved in the function of almost every bodily system from the cardiovascular to musculoskeletal. However it's effects on the nervous system and reducing stress have recently come under the spotlight. Bodily magnesium is directly linked [...] More  →
  • Turmeric, the super spice!

    Turmeric, The Super Spice

    Turmeric is a super spice! It’s the brilliant yellow powder obtained by crushing the dried stalk of the Curcuma Longa plant, a tropical perennial found in India and Indonesia. This bright yellow powder is chock full of health benefits that have given this spice the rightful name as a superfood. One of the benefits of turmeric is …

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  • S-Adenosyl-Methionine

    SAME (S-Adenosyl-Methionine)

    SAMEe (S-Adenosyl-Methionine) is a natural chemical found in all living cells. It is the result of the union between the amino acid methionine and the energy chemical ATP. SAMe plays a serious part in promoting healthy methylation, as well as helping the body to produce sufficient quantities of the antioxidant glutathione and hence the overall …

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  • herbs and your liver

    Herbs And Your Liver

    Let’s learn a little bit about herbs and your liver. Herbs? My Liver? I hear you say. That’s right – read on to learn more about how herbs can help protect this special organ. Your liver is situated on the upper right side of the abdomen. The liver is the largest internal organ of the body and …

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  • Herb Of The Week — Chamomile

    Found throughout Europe, where it has a long history of use as a medicinal plant, chamomile grows wild in fields along roadsides and is cultivated in gardens. Commercial cultivation occurs in New Zealand and on a smaller scale in Australia. The bitter taste of chamomile is due to a substance called ses-quit-er-penoid lactones. Its essential oil contains azulene, …

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  • Alzheimers Disease And Natural Supplements

    Alzheimer’s disease is a common form of dementia that leads to loss of short-term memory and ability to think logically. Alzheimer’s leads to certain changes in the physical makeup of the brain where the cells become tangled and congested with useless proteins called beta-amyloid plaques. These plaques take over the brain and kill brain cells …

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  • Herbs And Your Hormones

    Vitex agnus-castus (Chaste Tree also called Monks’ pepper). The Berries of the Vitex –agnus-castus contain essential oils that can be used to correct problems arising from problems associated with the pituitary gland, which secretes hormones that help to control the menstrual cycle, stimulate ovarian function and produce sperm. For these reasons, the herb is used to treat …

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  • Zinc And Hormonal Health

    Zinc is important for the maintenance of many body functions including immunity, healthy blood glucose levels, cell growth, healthy prostate, and sperm, wound healing, acne and a regulator of hormone health Zinc plays a very important role in the way your hormones are broken down and metabolized. Zinc is a strong regulator of the aromatase [...] More  →
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