Here’s the one recipe the pharmaceutical company is trying to stop you from getting your hands on: (so save it!)

The pharmaceutical industry is a real sham; there are real natural cures out there that you never hear about because there is no money in the truth. Combinations like the one below really and truly help! The combination of honey and cinnamon has been used for centuries. The two ingredients hold healing benefits that have been used for ages, and now you can use them too! The combination helps to prevent heart attacks, lowers cholesterol, strengthens the respiratory system, and strengthens the Read more [...]

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The Best Home Remedy for Joint Inflammation & Arthritis

Joint inflammation can include a big variety of health issues such arthritis, gout and lumbar spinal stenosis. Conventional medicine is not effective at treating joint pain, but natural remedies can provide remedies beyond pharmaceutical drugs. This remedy consists of cayenne pepper and coconut oil. Cayenne pepper is rich in capsaicin. This s compound is a potent anti-inflammatory and analgesic. It is found to relieve pain. A study published in Clinical Therapeutics discovered that capsaicin Read more [...]

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21 Uses for Epsom Salts – Good Source of Magnesium.

Written by: Katie - Wellness Mama We use epsom salt a lot at our house. It is a good source of magnesium (here’s why we love magnesium) and has dozens of household uses. Here are my favorites: As a relaxing Magnesium Bath Soak – Add at least 1 cup of epsom salt to a warm bath and soak for 20 minutes. Splinter Removal- Soak in concentrated epsom salt water to pull out a splinter. Magnesium Foot Scrub- Make a homemade magnesium scrub (recipe here) for a boost of magnesium and super Read more [...]

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These 11 ‘vampire appliances’ may waste $250+ a year

Even when you’re not using electronics and appliances, they may still be sucking up energy — and that can cost you hundreds of dollars each year. By Catey Hill | Yahoo Finance MarketWatch The average American household spends between about $895 a year on electricity (in New Mexico, where it is least expensive) to $2,438 a year (in Hawaii, where it is most expensive), according to government data. What’s more, roughly 10% of the average household’s energy bill is thanks to so-called Read more [...]

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