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Origin of Adaptogens – Part 3

Origin of Adaptogens – Part 3

Following WWII and into the tensions of the Cold War, Russian leaders became increasingly interested in affirming their status as world power.  Intent to produce world-leading representatives of Russian culture and might, Russia invested massive resources to improve...
Origin of Adaptogens – part 2

Origin of Adaptogens – part 2

The tenets of balance and holistic wellness underscore every principle of the ancient practice of Ayurveda.  Adaptogens, as a path to wellness, take root in these ancient principles.  Long before western science discovered the incredible healing properties of...
Origin of Adaptogens

Origin of Adaptogens

Many of today’s most revered remedies and holistic ideologies began in ancient Ayurvedic customs.  Thousands of years after ancient Indians discovered the importance of holistic well-being, Western culture is just beginning to understand the power of natural remedies,...
History of Herbs

History of Herbs

Long before pharmacies popped up on every street corner to sell overpriced junk food and terrible children’s toys, scientists and physicians have toiled in the natural world to discover new remedies and methods of healing.  Through millennia, pharmacology relied upon...

Dance Your Flu Away

The CDC continues to report strong numbers of flu outbreaks, especially in the Northeast.  Fortunately, thousands of companies are still dispensing a simple method of prevention.  Spewed through the atmosphere on electromagnetic radiation, this pseudo-flu-serum flows...
Protecting Yourself from the Flu

Protecting Yourself from the Flu

When it comes to flu and cold season, common sense tends to dictate the methods of prevention.  Wash your hands, eat healthy, exercise, clean surfaces – it’s all old-hat.  Instead, let’s take a quick look at five unique tips for staying healthy during cold and flu...
The Legend of Valentine’s Day

The Legend of Valentine’s Day

Long ago, in Ancient Rome, our traditions of Valentine’s Day began with the celebration of the Goddess of women and marriage, Juno.  Each year, on the 14th of February, the names of unwed Roman girls were written on slips of paper and placed into jars.  Roman boys,...
Common Sense for Cold & Flu Season

Common Sense for Cold & Flu Season

Coughing, sneezing, aching, and that strong desire to curl up in a ball and sleep all day. Whether you’ve got a cold or the flu, being sick can totally disrupt your life and leave you miserable. According to the CDC, American businesses lose about $7 billion each year...
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