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All Hail Hibiscus!

July brings visions of hanging out by the pool with friends, barbecues and big pitchers of ice-cold iced tea.

The Power of Tea

There are hundreds, if not thousands, of different teas available on the market. Which is the best? It depends on how tea is being defined, and the purpose for choosing the drink.

Marijuana: Nature’s Medicine

In 1937, the U.S. passed the Marijuana Tax Act. The bill outlawed farming, using, possessing and selling any part of the marijuana plant.

Introduction to Plant Medicine

War has been declared on the opioid epidemic, and, at long last, Americans are realizing that they’ve been overmedicated for too long. There are alternative healing options available, and the awakening is happening across the country.

The ABCs of CBD

Throughout the ages and cultures, humans have utilized cannabis, an adaptogenic herb, for wellness.

Healing Diabetic Ulcers with the CellSonic Shock Wave Machine

Diabetics often have skin ulcers that are tough to heal. Because of the diabetes, these ulcers don’t have the robust circulation necessary to get oxygen and nutrients to the wound—two requirements for healing.

Are Your Lifestyle Habits Causing You To Be Depressed?

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 350 million people worldwide suffer from depression. It is a leading cause of disability.

Hair Loss in Menopause

Hair loss in menopause occurs in approximately 50% of women between the ages of 50 to 60 years old. Early intervention is important, and often the difference in managing the hair loss and needing to take invasive measures.

Natural Ways to Manage Stress and Anxiety

Stress and anxiety are common conditions in today’s society. Our brain is wired for our own protection, and the feelings are for the most part normal.

What Do Your Toes Know?

The story of our lives, with all its twists and turns, appears in a place many of us wouldn’t think to look—our toes.