Baking soda is a cheap and handy item in every household, whose uses are many fold. (Image:  pixabay  /  CC0 1.0)

The Many Uses of Baking Soda

Baking soda is a cheap and handy item in every household, whose uses are many fold. Other than its use in baking or as an odor absorber, it is also a great medicinal, household cleaning, and skin care product.

Black buckwheat is a type of buckwheat grain that has several nutrients, including protein, oleic and linoleic acids (unsaturated omega-9 and omega-6 fatty acids), a wide range of B vitamins, in addition to dietary minerals such as magnesium, iron, and calcium. (Image:  pixabay  /  CC0 1.0)

Five Black Foods That Are Good for You

In traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) theory, according to the five elements (wood, fire, earth, metal, water) doctrine, the natural flavors (sour, bitter, sweet, acrid, salty), five colors of food (green, red, yellow, white, black) are linked with many properties of…

A eucalyptus forest with red springtime blossoms. (Image:  pixabay  /  CC0 1.0)

The Wonders of Eucalyptus Oil

The word eucalyptus is derived from the ancient Greek word eu, meaning good or well, and calyptos, meaning covered. When early explorers arrived in Australia, they collected samples of various plants, including eucalyptus, and sent them back to England for study.

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The Many Uses of Baking Soda

Baking soda is a cheap and handy item in every household, whose uses are many fold. Other than its use in baking or as an odor absorber, it is also…

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Five Black Foods That Are Good for You

In traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) theory, according to the five elements (wood, fire, earth, metal, water) doctrine, the natural flavors (sour, bitter, sweet, acrid, salty), five colors of food (green,…

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The Wonders of Eucalyptus Oil

The word eucalyptus is derived from the ancient Greek word eu, meaning good or well, and calyptos, meaning covered. When early explorers arrived in Australia, they collected samples of various plants, including…

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5 Signs of Aging and What You Can Do About It

Lately, you’ve looked in the mirror and realized something isn’t the same. And at dinnertime, you can’t eat the same things as before. No need to panic — you’re just…

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Five Activities That Benefit the Brain

Exercising is one of the best ways to help your brain function well. It not only improves memory, but also effectively prevents various brain diseases. According to the American Medical Daily,…

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The Positive Power of Meditation on Your Health

Meditation can restore your body to its optimal condition and enhance the functions of internal organs. It is especially beneficial for people with chronic diseases and refractory symptoms, such as…

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Navel Moxibustion, and What It Can Do For You

Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) believes that the navel (umbilicus or belly button) plays a significant role in the treatment of patients. The acupuncture point in the center of the navel…

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These 2 Fruits Are Beneficial for Diabetics

Diabetes is a common chronic disease, with adults aged 45 to 64 being the most diagnosed age group for this disease. In the United States, the National Diabetes Statistics Report…

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6 Stages of Your Life

There are many risks that can threaten the physical and mental health at any time during each stage of your life. A poor diet, lack of exercise, and stress make can…

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How to Treat Summertime Heat Rash

During the summer months, the weather is hot and humid. Babies in particular can easily develop heat rashes during the summer and break out with red itchy patches that make them…

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Preventive Foods for Summer

Chinese believe that the hottest days in summer easily cause discomfort and chronic ailments. Consuming certain foods ahead of such periods, however, can counteract this and prepare the body for…