Pine resin possesses many medicinal properties that we do not even have suspected that may apply.
Old people used to say: “If you are sick with a cold, go walk in a pine forest”. Specific flavor that trees emit helps you breathe more easily. Namely pine resin which is extracted from these trees, is so useful that encountered when we need a cure for a sore throat and severe cough caused by the flu, a cold or asthma.
Pine resin is useful for the skin. Not only in the treatment and but for cleaning and rejuvenation. You can use in different ways this beneficial properties of this natural wealth.
6 Foods That Can Heal Your Body + Kale Chip Recipe!
by Viance Nutrition – Appetizers, News, Recipes
Taking an all-natural route to health and fitness is a great way of living. Nature is bountiful with natural medicinal benefits, and it’s best to put these gifts to good use. With that, I share with you six healing foods that you can substitute for your medication:
Basil. You might know this particular herb as a flavor enhancer in cooking, but basil has also been known to cure headaches and muscle pains. Take 3 to 4 fresh basil leaves, pour boiling water onto the leaves, and let sit for a few minutes. You just made your all-natural basil tea, which is an effective pain reliever.
Aloe vera. Famous for its moisturizing benefits, this plant is made mostly of water. Its sap contains enzymes and amino acids that help moisturize the skin and repair skin damage (especially sunburn). The best thing about aloe vera? You can grow it in your arrow home garden inside pots, and all it needs is sunlight and water. If you burn yourself, just break off a piece of the plant, extract the sticky sap, and apply it on the burned area like ointment.
Parsley. Another spice common in kitchens is, in fact, a natural booster for our immune system. Parsley contains loads of Vitamin K, A and C, as well as iron and folate. The high vitamin content makes parsley a good and natural source of immunity boosters.
Walnuts. One of the most nutritious nuts in the world is the walnut, packed with omega-3 fats, manganese, and copper. Its unique Vitamin E content is in the form of gamma-tocopherol, which has been found in several studies to protect against cardiovascular diseases. The skin of the walnut contains a huge amount of Vitamin E and phenolic substances that also help fight cardiovascular disease.
Peppermint oil. The oil extracted from the peppermint plant helps relieve abdominal pains or irritable bowel syndrome. Its components include menthol and menthone, among others. The oil is usually available in health food stores in capsule form.
Kale is a highly nutritious vegetable that has the strength to support our body’s detoxification system. It can help lower the risk of contracting cancer, and is also very helpful in lowering cholesterol levels. This great vegetable is also a great source of dietary fiber and contains vitamins (A, C, K, B6), copper, calcium, manganese and potassium. In China is also used to avoid lung congestion.
Here’s a recipe for an all-natural cough syrup that is great for adults, and can be adjusted so that it excludes honey when using for young children. It saves money, tastes better than it sounds, and is healthier (and probably more effective) than over-the-counter cough medicine to boot. Using OTC cough medicine is just extra money spent, extra chemicals, and a nasty flavor, none of which you need when you’re already battling a cough.
Something to think about.
Promote Your Books and Blog: A Look at Author Websites
by Cheri Lucas Rowlands…
The comments poured in on our last two posts highlighting new books by WordPress.com authors. We’re happy to host such a prolific literary bunch! For those of you interested in using a website to promote your books, take a look at three authors on WordPress.com who do this well — each with very different designs and approaches: Read Full >> http://en.blog.wordpress.com/2014/05/27/author-websites/