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Kava Kava Root, Maximum Strength, Standardized to 90% Kavalactones, 175 mg - 60 Capsules Kava Kava Root, Maximum Strength, Stand by franklinb Posted Thu 03 Jun 2010 12:00am Kava Kava Root Maximum Strength Standardized to 90% Kavalactones Kava Kava root promotes relaxation and is used by the native inhabitants of the South Pacific as a ceremonial drink to relax the body, relieve stress and anxiety, and enhance mental activity. If you are on the go and don't have time to "mix up ... Read on »
Kava Root Powder, Taveuni Kava (1/2 lb. Premium, Pure Kava Root by franklinb Posted Mon 21 Dec 2009 12:00am Kava Root Powder, Taveuni Kava (1/2 lb. Premium, Pure Kava Root, Organic, Vegetarian) Kava is used as an effective natural herbal remedy that may help reduce anxiety, stress, and muscle tensions, promote friendliness and sociability, and produce relaxing physical as well as mental sensations. Its effects can be descr ... Read on »
Kava Root Powder, Sampler Pack (1 lb. Premium Pure Kava Root, Organic, Vegetarian) by franklinb Posted Mon 11 Jan 2010 12:00am Kava Root Powder, Sampler Pack (1 lb. Premium Pure Kava Root, Organic, Vegetarian) Kava Root Powder Kava is used as an effective natural herbal remedy that may help reduce anxiety, stress, and muscle tensions, promote friendliness and sociability, and produce relaxing physical as well as mental sensations. Its effects can be ... Read on »
Use of Kava as a Safe Treatment for Mild and Moderate Anxiety by BerryRipe Posted Thu 13 Jun 2013 11:17am Anxiety is a common condition affecting millions of people all over the world. Yet anxiety is not experienced the same way by everyone. Some people experience very mild symptoms of anxiety anxiety before an important meeting with clients, for example. Others experience more moderate anxiety, such as persistent generalized a ... Read on »
Kava tea drinking linked to dangerous rhabdomyolysis by Dr. John Z. Medical Doctor Posted Wed 25 May 2011 12:00am Rochester.edu - When a 34-year-old bicyclist was found collapsed on a roadside and rushed to the University of Rochester Medical Center emergency room on the verge of kidney failure and muscle breakdown, doctors were surprised to discover that ... Read on »
6 Tea Ingredients That Can Help You Unwind, Relax and Chill Out by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 08 Apr 2013 12:49am A popular product class is the “sleepy time” tea. These are the teas which purport to help you unwind from a rough day, relax in the midst of exterior (or interior) chaos, and chill out in a state of relatively peaceful bliss. Many of us live in a state of constant stress punctuated by bouts of acute but transient ease of mind, when it should b ... Read on »
Herbs That Can Damage Your Liver by Mind Body Spirit .. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 27 Jun 2014 7:38am One might think that herbs are a safe alternative to western meds, but some can actually be harmful or toxic to your system. Oftentimes it's simply a misuse of some herbal product that leads to major medical issues, though that's not always the case. If the directions tell you to drink no more than three cups a day of some herbal weight loss tea ... Read on »
10 Ways to Quench a Primal Thirst by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 30 Sep 2009 10:00pm I’ll admit it. For the most part, beverages don’t get a lot of attention around here. I tend to take a pretty dismissive stance on them, perhaps as a reaction to the ridiculous mainstream obsession with water intake (64 ounces per day? C’mon!). Also, besides the occasional hankering for a cold beer, I don’t really crave beverages. Coffee in the ... Read on »
Adventures in Fiji by Heathy Pace Patient Expert Posted Thu 28 May 2009 12:22am Ah, Fiji - the land of beaches, tropical fruit, and sunshine! Wow! Fiji is the most beautiful country! With mountains, white sand and coral beaches, lush greenery, and tropical fruit trees...OH and the people are really the nicest I've ever met. A foreigner is always greeted with a smile and the saying "Bula" which means "hello ... Read on »
Find Sleep When You Need It Most by Tracie B. Posted Fri 21 Oct 2011 3:00am Natural Sleep TechniquesWhile lifestyle and environmental factors play a major part in the rest that we get, our minds often get the last word on how well we’ll sleep. “Many of my patients will tell me they just want to shut off the switch in their brain that’s causing them to worry and think too much,” says Lawton, “Unfortunately, it’ ... Read on »