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Blue Mountain Tea: A Sunny Medicine for Cloudy Days by Kiva R. Healthy Living ProfessionalComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sat 17 Oct 2009 10:00pm Common Names: Goldenrod, Blue Mountain Tea Botanical Name: Solidago spp. Taste & Impression: Bitter, Aromatic, Astringent, sl. diffusive Energetics: Warm, Dry Parts Used: Flowers & Flower Buds, Leaves, Roots Actions: digestive bitter, alterative, stimulant and relaxant nervine, diaphoretic, astringent, digestive aromatic (and carmi ... Read on »
A Visual Guide to Yams and Sweet Potatoes (plus How They Fit Into a Primal Eating Plan) by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 17 Nov 2010 1:49pm Quick. What’s a suitable, Primal source of post-workout carbohydrates? If the title of this post and the picture to the right didn’t give you a hint then ask your nearest Primal enthusiast and they’ll tell you without batting an eye, “yams and sweet potatoes”. If, for whatever reason, you need some extra carbs “yams and sweet potatoes” is the a ... Read on »
A kidney or a liver?! by KMunoz28 Posted Fri 06 Jan 2012 12:51am Last night I was getting dinner ready and trying out a new Chili recipe. I had written in down quickly and set it aside. It wasn't long before Anthony came in to see what I was doing. Anthony: Mom, what is a kidney? Me: Its an organ. You have 2 of them! Anthony: Why do you need it Me: Because it helps filter bad guys out of our blood ... Read on »
Skin Discoloration - Age Or Liver Spots, Hyperpigmentation - How We Get Them & What To Do About It by Jennifer D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 03 Nov 2008 9:02pm Freckles. Age spots. Liver spots. Dark patches. Pregnancy mask. Melasma. These are all divergent names proper for the at any rate thing: hyperpigmentation. This is a very cheap husk disorder that occurs mostly in women. Older men are often seen with dark patches on their derma as well. It appears on the face, chest and hands most commonly ... Read on »
When should a Liver Transplant Recipient get a Combined Liver Kidney Transplant? by Matt S. Posted Sun 14 Jul 2013 12:00am Currently there is huge variation in the number patients receiving a kidney transplant at the time of their liver transplant across the US; Combined Liver Kidney Transplant (CLK). The rate of good quality (standard criteria) kidneys being transplanted at the time of liver transplant varies from about 20% in the Midwest to about 6% i ... Read on »
Liver and Kidney health important for Vitamin D absorption by Boyd M. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Fri 30 Apr 2010 11:11pm A lot of research has been coming out lately about the need for proper serum Vitamin D levels in the blood. Without adequate levels of sunshine directly on the skin due either to weather or overuse of sunblock, a Vitamin D3 supplement becomes important to avoid a myriad of conditions and diseases. My question is, even when some people supple ... Read on »
Dry Brushing and Your Skin, Liver, Lymph and Digestion by OCnaturaldoc Health Maven Posted Mon 05 Oct 2009 10:03pm We love dry brushing.  People say they feel more 'alive' when they dry brush.  They also notice many health improvements.  Here's how it works: Excretion: Your skin is one of four avenues of elimination.  No other organ is more busy in discharging impurities from the body than the skin. Next in line are both the lungs and the kidneys. ... Read on »
Some herbs beneficial to your kidneys and Liver!!! by Dr. Virashri R. Complimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Tue 07 Oct 2008 7:18pm Rejuvenate your Kidneys and liver with these super nutrients and herbs: *Milk Thistle Extract: Helps your liver replace dead or damaged cells. *Soy Lecithin: Removes fat accumulation and excess cholesterol that can clog up your liver and make you feel sluggish. *Artichoke Leaf Extract: Enhances healthy bile secretion to help your liver bre ... Read on »
Wrinkles and Liver Spots are signs of aging, mature skin by Danny & Susan S. Health Maven Posted Mon 26 Jan 2009 3:10pm Gravity is the skin’s worst enemy. Weakening of collagen and elastin fibres causes reduced firmness of the skin, gravity pulls at the skin and causes it to sag, this in combination with a reduction in the fatty padding of the skin inevitably causes wrinkling of the skin tissue.   Each time we look in the mirror, there seem to be more of the ... Read on »
Poor Liver Health Can Manifest Itself on the Skin – Interview with Dr. Nancy Welliver (no pun intended) by Krystal Plonski Posted Fri 01 Jul 2011 12:00am Dr. Welliver speaking about the importance of the Liver The liver might be the most important (and most beast mode) organ in the body, according to a Naturopathic perspective. Yes, I did say beast mode. Dr. Welliver, a renowned Naturopathic physician in the Seattle area, discusses the importance of liver health in this Googl ... Read on »