Saturday, 8 December 2018 | Editor
Turmeric is a spice which in its raw form looks very much like ginger and when ground to a powder is distinctively yellowish-orange adding colour as well as flavour to many South Asian dishes especially curries.
Turmeric has been used medicinally for many years in Ancient Chinese and Indian Medicine and is known especially for its anti-inflammatory properties.
Recently it has become super trendy and major claims have been made for its powers including treating allergies, depression and even prevention of some cancers !
Friday, 7 December 2018 | Editor
CBD (Cannabidiol) is the second most prominent natural chemical compound, below tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), of over eighty-five cannabinoids found within the hemp/cannabis plant, representing forty percent of its extracts. As a non-psychoactive compound, CBD does not act on the same pathways as THC, and is therefore not responsible for the intoxicating ‘high’ associated with illegal marijuana use. Nevertheless, until now, CBD has lived long in the shadows of THC, but continued research has suddenly highlighted its potential health benefits.
Friday, 7 December 2018 | Editor
More and more people are looking for natural treatments to relieve the symptoms of anxiety and depression and ways in which they can help themselves and take some control of the situation they find themselves in. The UK’s National Institute for Clinical Excellence now advises doctors to think carefully before prescribing antidepressants and explore other therapeutic interventions.
Saturday, 24 November 2018 | Editor
The highly popular High Nature Citricidal is back in stock at last with a new improved formula.
This product is hugely popular product's return has been welcomed by many regular customers. It is extremely versatile.
You can use diluted to gargle or consume a few drops in water or juice. Also use as a mouthwash, facial and nail cleanser, skin rinse and household cleanser. Ideal for travelling.
Monday, 19 November 2018 | Editor
Our bones are are not the hard, dry skeletons that think. They are living tissue that is constantly being broken down and reconstructed, requiring minerals to carry this out effectively. As we age, there is an increasing risk of osteoporosis.
Friday, 16 November 2018 | Editor
It’s that time of year again, when we all seem to be coming down with something: coughs, colds, flu, sneezes, tonsillitis or worse… And we all know how disruptive and uncomfortable it can be. So how can we make sure we defend ourselves against those nasty viruses and bugs?
Supporting our immune system seems more important than ever during winter. And there’s lots we can do, like reducing stress, or ensuring we get enough vitamin D. But did you know that research shows that the most important supplement you can take to support immunity is actually a probiotic?
Tuesday, 13 November 2018 | Editor
Ginkgo biloba helps to support arterial circulation. Our arteries help to propel oxygenated blood to our extremities including our hands, feet and head (with the help of our microcirculation, which encompasses the capillaries), before blood returns to our heart via the other side of our circulatory system, the veins.
Ginkgo helps to strengthen and tone blood vessels, reducing spasm in the walls of the smaller arteries so that blood can be efficiently pumped to the extremities. Ginkgo improves circulation all over the body, but the improvement in circulation to the head, especially, has been well recognised.
Tuesday, 30 October 2018 | Editor
It’s an enzyme that seemed too good to be true in 1999, but the research and thousands of happy users since it was introduced it in the year 2000 says it isn’t. For decades previously, serrapeptase had been sold as a safe and ethical medicine in Japan and Germany but at some very low doses. The most common serrapeptase uses (and studies) include relief for autoimmune disease; dysfunction of the brain and mind; heart problems; digestive distress; ear, nose, and throat disorders; eye health; lung health; women’s (beast and gynaecological problems) and men’s health (prostate); skin disease; muscle and joint pain; and even cancer.
Monday, 29 October 2018 | Editor
Derived from the algae, haematococcus pluvialis, the naturally pink pigment, astaxanthin is known to have a powerful antioxidant effect throughout the body, combating oxidative stress.
Friday, 26 October 2018 | Editor
Did you see last night’s Horizon investigating whether supplements are necessary, unnecessary, maybe even dangerous? Maybe it’s left you wondering too? As with most of these programmes, it didn’t really tell the whole story, and there’s plenty of evidence that supports the use of food supplements. Read on to find out.