Prevent and Treat with Garlic

Garlic might give you bad breath, but its medicinal properties are almost magical. The humble root vegetable which is mostly used as a condiment or spice in various dishes, comes packed with health benefits. Beneficial For The Heart Garlic is widely popular as a food substance that helps prevent heart diseases like high cholesterol, high blood pressure ...

Childbirth Naturally: Avoiding Artificial Techniques And Medication

Most childbirth these days follows the latest in technology, whereas it should be a natural process. The reasons are ample, but the most noted is the fact that women these days lead a stressed life and have very little time for health and natural food. Here are a few quick tips to ensure that your ...

Yeast Infection: Prevention And Cure

Yeast infections can be annoying, painful, embarrassing and downright frustrating if undetected. Unlike popular belief, yeast infections are actually very common, especially amongst women who don’t care much about the hygiene of their private parts. It’s not that men don’t face yeast infections, but according to statistics, women are more at risk and worst case ...

Pu Erh Tea for Weight Loss

Have you ever heard of Pu-erh Tea? This dark tea is a post-fermented tea named after the city of Pu'er, in the Chinese province of Yunnan. This city, which gave its name to the famous tea, has long been an important commercial center in Ancient China. Unlike other teas that should be consumed shortly after production, pu-erh ...

Maca is very effective in treating various sexual disorders

The main properties attributed to maca by the Andean tradition relate to its positive effects on fertility for both male and female. It is an aphrodisiac, and is also effective against impotence. MACA vigorously fight¸s the negative effects of modern life and age, which cause a general decline in our tone: physical and mental fatigue, lack ...

Cordyceps, the Wonder Mushroom!

Cordyceps is a fungus used in Chinese herbal medicine for over a thousand of years. It grows in the wild, in the high mountain tops of China, particularly in Tibet and in Sichuan, Qinghai and Yunnan. Originally the Chinese used the wild Cordyceps, but its rarity has made it an extremely expensive medicine. The Chinese have developed a ...