Herbs and spices are powerful medicine when added to foods. This is common knowledge in traditional cooking, a skill that is being kept alive by some foodies that not only makes their food taste better, many say it keeps them out of the doctor’s office. Thyme is a strong medicinal herb that is both easy […]
I’m having difficulty seeing while driving at dusk. I’m having trouble, unsettled, when driving in the rain. I have stress when driving at night in the rain. I’m tired. My skin is so dry. The area around my scratches keeps turning red. My sinus drainage is often green. I have pink eye…. again. I can […]
Common ailments like anxiety, depression, diarrhea, irritability and the appearance of sunburn are all linked to the same nutritional deficiency.
Health Grades says, “Pellagra is a disease that affects your digestive system, skin, and nerves. Symptoms of pellagra can be constant or occur periodically. Pellagra varies among individuals. Some people have mild symptoms, such […]
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