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  • How to Make Sure Your Home Smells Good Without Toxic Chemicals

    We all want our homes to smell good and welcoming and the advertizers take advantage of that wish by promoting air fresheners and diffusers that are full of chemicals.

    So how can we take the more natural route to ensure a sweet smelling home?

    We share some suggestions...

  • What Can You Do If You Have a Fear of Heights?

    It is surprisingly common for people of all ages to have a fear of heights.  This phobia is known as acrophobia.

    When such a fear is experienced, it can also lead to anxiety and panic attacks.  It is said that some three to six percent of people suffer from acrophobia and it is even considered normal for many to feel nervous and tense when high up - with young children and animals having an innate fear of falling.

    We share more information about the symptoms and how you can help to overcome this phobia.

  • Top Ten Tips on Using the Herb Rosemary in Your Home

    Everyone should have the herb known as "rosemary" if they have a garden because this is one the most aromatic and pungent herbs available.  And it has so many uses.  We share our top ten suggestions...
  • Casein and Its Link to Healing Wounds

    Scientists at the University College London in the UK have been doing research, finding that when bandages are infused with casein, which is a protein found in cow's milk and currently used as a weight-training supplement, can significantly speed up would healing when compared with normal  dressings.  But this is not the only natural remedy for wound healing, we also take a look at Manuka honey which has had a similar reputation for centuries.

  • Nail Fungus, Athletes Foot, Cracked Heels?

    Many of us might not take enough care of our feet even though they work so hard for us!

    There are several skin conditions that can occur if we neglect our feet.

    And three of these are nail fungus, athlete's foot and cracked heels...

  • Lemon Balm and its Soothing, Relaxing and Mood Boosting Benefits

    One of the easiest and attractive herbs you can grow with its lovely lemony scent and flavor.

    We share lots of ways to use lemon balm leaves.

    And you can even chew on the leaves for an instant breath freshener!

  • Allergy Season may be Getting Longer

    Springtime means a new season with lovely flowers, new green leaves and blossom to be enjoyed by many.  But others who are prone to hay fever can really suffer during the pollen season.
  • Warts on Your Hands or Body?

    Warts on the hands can often appear and look like bumps on the skin, sometimes with a rough texture both to look at and to feel.

    The technical name for a wart is verruca vulgaris and they often appear in those areas of skin that grow faster than normal due to a virus called human papilloma virus (HPV).

    We share the signs and symptoms to look out for and what you can do to get rid of them...

     

  • Natural Remedies When You Suffer from Coughs and Colds

    You can suffer from coughs and colds at just about any time of the year and not only in the colder, winter months.  But what can you do to help to treat them in a more natural way rather than resorting to pharmaceutical products from your local pharmacy?
  • How to Avoid Air Pollution in Your Home

    We have written about the problems of pollution in the home before and how indoor plants can be one solution. 

    We should be doing everything we can to reduce our exposure to poor air quality both in our homes and outdoors too.

    We share some solutions for this problem...

  • Infrared Sauna and the Benefits you can Enjoy

    I recently had the opportunity to enjoy several sessions in an infrared sauna and found it to be very relaxing and beneficial.

    Sharing the host of benefits from this top of the range technology...

  • What causes warts on body? Why am I getting body warts?

    Warts are small, hard, benign growths on the skin (caused by a virus) and they come in different types.  Find out more about these types and what to do about them...