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Chamomile Benefits: Antioxidant, Anti-Inflammatory and Anti-Cancer

Considered to be one of the most ancient and versatile medicinal herbs known to mankind, dried chamomile flowers have numerous, widespread health implications thanks to their high levels of disease-fighting antioxidants like terpenoids and flavonoids. Chamomile’s vital antioxidants are found in the plant’s potent oils and are the main contributors to its natural healing properties.…

Homemade Bubble Bath with Lavender & Chamomile

Taking a bath can offer so many benefits and a recent study even suggests that the submersion of the body in heat could be as equally beneficial as some exercise by helping regulate blood sugar! (1) It is really no surprise that bubble baths are incredibly relaxing and not just for kids. A bubble bath takes…

Roman Chamomile Essential Oil Benefits & Uses

  Chamomile is one of the most ancient medicinal herbs known to mankind. Many different preparations of chamomile have been developed over the years, and the most popular is in the form of herbal tea, with more than 1 million cups consumed per day. (1) But many people don't know that Roman chamomile essential oil is…

DIY Baby Wipes with Chamomile & Lavender Oils

Taking care of your baby is a top priority and that doesn’t just include the foods he or she eats. Have you thought about the ingredients that you are putting on your baby’s skin? Whatever you put on the baby’s skin, such as to prevent diaper rash, it seeps right into the body through the…

Honey & Chamomile Home Remedy for Pink Eye

There's something very Dark Ages about "pink eye," perhaps because it produces a very unhealthy looking eye and can spread like wildfire, especially among the young who are often in close proximity and may be touching their eyes. Fortunately, with my home remedy for pink eye, this problem can be treated. Also called conjunctivitis, pink…

Can’t Use Zantac? Try These 5 Heartburn Remedies

Heartburn, a form of uncomfortable indigestion, affects millions of people every day, yet is largely preventable and treatable. Roughly 20 percent of adult Americans put up with painful heartburn or acid reflux symptoms on a recurring basis — and more than 60 million yearly. In April 2o20, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) called for retailers in the U.S. to…

Chrysanthemum Tea: An Antioxidant Drink to Boost Your Health

Mums may remind you of autumn gardens, but did you know that chrysanthemum tea has been consumed in Asia for hundreds of years? If you love drinking dandelion tea for its antioxidant properties, you may want to give "mum flower tea" a try, too. This pleasant, aromatic tea is made from the flowers of the…

Choosing Your Supplements Based on Your Zodiac Sign?

Sounds crazy, I know, but when it comes to astrology, my belief system is that God created the stars, seasons and times in which we are able to glean wisdom. All of these factors affect our bodies. I believe that God created these things, not to be worshipped, but as categories that allow us to…

An Introvert’s Guide to Sheltering at Home: 7 Things to Do to Stay Sane

In a time of social distancing and sheltering at home, you'd think that introverts are in a position to thrive. Some people are struggling with feelings of loneliness and isolation. But when the entire family is spending every hour of the day in one living space, the constant stimulation can be a recipe for introversion-insanity.…

Yarrow Uses for Wounds, Inflammation and Digestion

Yarrow, a flower in the sunflower family that's closely related to chamomile and chrysanthemum, has been used since ancient times by cultures around the world. Traditionally, it’s been consumed as tea, applied to the skin or even cooked with in order to reduce inflammation (especially in the digestive tract), help treat skin wounds, and relieve…