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Recipe: CoconutOil Deodorant
With that in mind, the following is an all natural (free from harmful and toxic ingredients and chemicals) underarm deodorant recipe featuring coconut oil.
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The Benefits of Using Coconut Oil
Let’s look at how coconut oil can benefit your skin, hair, regulate blood glucose levels, and treat various types of infections.
Here are the best uses of coconut oil that are supported by scientific evidence:
Benefits and Uses of Frankincense Oil.
Benefits and Uses of Thyme
In this blog, you will find out what scientific research has revealed as to the health benefits of using thyme. You will also learn how to make your own thyme tea if you want to treat bronchitis, improve your digestive health, or get rid of a sore throat.
Healthy Focus: The Microbiome
What is a Microbiome?
The collection of microbes that live in and on the human body is known as the microbiota.1 The microbiome refers to the complete set of genes within these microbes. Microbial genes significantly influence how the body operates and even outnumber human genes by a ratio of 100:1.2
Health Focus: Prebiotics
What is a Prebiotic?
Although the term “prebiotic” is fairly new (coined in 1995), prebiotics themselves are nothing new.1 Prebiotics are an indigestible form of fiber found in some (but not all) fruits, vegetables, and starches. They act as a food source for the friendly bacteria in the gut. It is important to note that though every prebiotic is a fiber, not every fiber is a prebiotic. To be considered "prebiotic" in nature, a fiber must meet the following criteria:2
Benefits and uses of Myrrh Oil.
What Is Myrrh?
Myrrh is a resin, or sap-like substance, that comes from a tree called Commiphora myrrha, common in Africa and the Middle East. Myrrh is botanically related to frankincense, and is one of the most widely used essential oils in the world.
Health Focus: Gut Health
Gone are the days where our understanding of gut health was purely about digestion and absorption. The majority of health-related research over the past couple of decades has been focused on the gut and is proving how influential the gut and its inhabitants are on overall health. Your gut is filled will a lot of bacteria that have countless roles throughout the human body. This colony of bacteria is called the gut microbiome.
Benefits and Uses of Ginger
Fresh ginger root, dried ginger, and ground ginger powder all have anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and anti-spasmodic uses in natural medicine. You can eat raw ginger or drink ginger tea to help prevent and treat nausea, improve your cardiovascular health, and boost your brain function.
How to Make organic Ginger Tea