Even with a healthy diet and regular exercise, your cat or dog could be plagued by parasites, be stung by a bee, or could develop an acute or chronic disease. A holistic veterinarian might treat the problem in a variety of ways, but the treatment will likely include the use of herbs. Here are a … Continue reading Herbal Healing For Pets
Spring has officially arrived, and with it, seasonal allergies. Roughly 35 million Americans live with seasonal allergic rhinitis, or what we commonly call hay fever. While it can occur at any time of the year, springtime is generally one of the worst seasons for allergy sufferers. Here are some natural approaches for helping curb the … Continue reading Natural Approaches for Seasonal Allergies
As Christmas edges closer, the media is rife with seasonal health stories. But can our Christmas trees really make us sick? What is Christmas tree syndrome? Constantly on the lookout for interesting health stories, I stumbled across a collection of articles about Christmas tree syndrome recently, which piqued my interest. According to a plethora of … Continue reading Is Christmas Tree Syndrome A Real Thing?
'Tis the season for sniffling, sneezing and itching. Breathe easier with these medically proven natural allergy remedies. Allergies plague millions of people, and many only get marginal relief from drugs, which can also have frustrating side effects. Natural allergy remedies, however, often have fewer side effects, and can combat allergic reactions to plants. if you or someone you … Continue reading Natural Allergy Remedies
Gluten is the general term for a protein found in wheat, barley, rye and triticale. All forms of wheat contain gluten, including durum, spelt and farro. Wheat is commonly found in bread, baked goods, crackers, cereals and pasta. Soups may contain gluten, as well as sauces and salad dressings. Barley is often found in malt, … Continue reading Gluten: What Is Gluten? Facts, Foods and Allergies.