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List of Essential Oils by Methods of Healing Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sun 20 Nov 2011 4:58am Essential oils and aromatherapy have been common healing and therapeutic methods since the first century. There is also documented evidence of essential oils being used by the ancient Egyptian Pharos, who prized the pure plant essence more than gold. Coveted by European Crusaders and primitive South American tribes alike, aromatherapy using ess ... Read on »
Primrose Supplement by Corry C. Patient Expert Posted Mon 06 Apr 2009 7:50pm This plant is a native to North and South America. It can also be found under the name of sun cups, and sun drops, but most people know it under the name of Evening Primrose. The reason for having gotten that name, is because the flowers open in the evening and stay open during the night. I suppose, you have to be a night owl, to enjoy these flower ... Read on »
Are There Any Benefits to Evening Primrose Oil Acne Treatment? by FocusAcne Posted Tue 08 Feb 2011 2:07pm Evening primrose oil has become a popular dietary supplement claimed to soothe damaged and dry skin caused by conditions like eczema and psoriasis. That’s exactly why many acne sufferers have turned to evening primrose oil acne treatments in an att ... Read on »
Using Evening Primrose Oil, Is it Good or Bad? by Qadoshyah Posted Sat 17 Dec 2011 10:00am Evening Primrose Oil is commonly used as a vegetarian source for essential fatty acids (EFAs): omega 3's, omega 6's, gamma linoleic acid (GLA) & linoleic acid (LA). This used to be commonly be recommended by those in the supplementation world of DS, but then after more current research, the recommendation was reversed. Dr. Leichtman used to re ... Read on »
DHA, Udo's Oil, and Tips by Dreena Burton !. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 18 Jun 2009 12:06am I want to address DHA today, since I noted it in my letter to the NY Times, and because I think many of us aren't aware of it. First off, I am not a nutritionist. I will explain things in layman's terms and will give you some resources to reference. DHA is "docosahexaenoic acid", and is termed a "long-chain fatty acid". DHA is not th ... Read on »
The Basic Principles of a Whole food Diet by Nicky M. Posted Sun 07 Sep 2008 8:37pm ‘ Diet is an ambiguous tool, too complex and emotionally charged to be prescribed lightly, yet too powerful to be ignored.’ Steven Bradman, MD Food, essential for life, health and existence. Without food we die. Our life sustaining organs within, wait eagerly to be nourished daily with proper whole foods, exercise and care. It is entire ... Read on »
Snappy? Violent? Emotional? Maybe its that time of the month by Nat Carter Posted Wed 08 Sep 2010 7:38pm My adorable, loving Partner would be able to tell you a thing or two about PMS. "What do you mean blue? Blue?!..Urgh You know nothing, not a fricken thing". Poor thing he should have never taken that phone call. I must admit (even though it hurts) I suffer from mild PMS, well maybe medium PMS and I know I'm not alone. "AMEN SISTA, YOU GO GIRL" ... Read on »
Can Supplements Help The Symptoms of Menopause? by Anita Patient Expert Posted Mon 16 May 2011 10:46am Hot flashes , insomnia , mood swings, and the other symptoms of menopause can be unpleasant and difficult to manage. Hormone therapy (HT) can help in the short term, but long-term HT can increase a woman’s risk of breast cancer, stroke, and heart attacks. Instead, many women opt for dietary supplements. But do they work? Sup ... Read on »
Persistent Sexual Arousal Syndrome by Dr. Jennifer Berman Medical Doctor Posted Sat 13 Sep 2008 3:44am 1 Comment PSAS: A Newly Discovered Pattern of Excessive Female Arousal That Can Continue Unremittingly for Hours, Days, or Weeks. Most physicians are familiar with the common sexual complaints of women (ie, hypoactive sexual desire, sexual arousal difficulties, an orgasmia, dyspareunia).These problems are quite prevalent, and are re p o rted either spontaneo ... Read on »
Before the Change. Taking charge of your perimenopause. By Ann Louise Gittleman by Sara Posted Tue 13 Oct 2009 10:05pm This book caught my eye today. I have sifted through many perimenopause and menopause related books throughout the past several months. Something about this woman's approach grabbed me. Ann Louise is a Certified Nutrition Specialist and author of Before the Change, a book that guides women through the process of managing and relieving the sy ... Read on »