I received an email newsletter this week from ‘Spilling the Beans’ by Jeffrey M. Smith the well known American Author of, Seeds of Deception, and Genetic Roulette.
Prenatal exposure to pesticides linked to attention disorders US research suggests children who were exposed to organophosphate pesticides while still in their mother’s womb were more likely to develop attention disorders years later.
There is a huge interest now in the ancient ways of healing through herbs. Here are a few of the ways people cured themselves in the home from their gardens. Bergamot and catnip were very useful taken as teas with sage added as an extra for any aches and strains. Acne, just as much a […]
Tackling Flus With Homeopethy – “The 1918 flu epidemic treatment gave Homeopathy its public credibility”
The recession has brought a fresh look at how families treat illness and care for their health. Home gardens, nutritious foods and warmer homes are all part of staying healthy. However, there still remain the ups and downs of teething, fevers and ear infections, to name a few; that require immediate treatment.
Native to South America, Tamarillos (or tree-tomatoes as my grandmother called them), were introduced to NZ in the late 1800’s. The small, large-leafed trees thrive in moderate NZ conditions – and need shelter and light, well-drained soil. The fruit have remained a popular seasonal treat due to their unique flavour, nutritional qualities and attractive colour. […]
We’ve all heard how dark green leafy vege are packed with nutrients such as vitamins A, C, and K, folate, iron, calcium and fibre. The even better news is – they’re delicious in soups, healthy smoothies or as a side dish. If you haven’t got some sivlerbeet, spinach, coloured chard or kale ready to pick […]
Swine Flu and natural immunity Recently our attention has been drawn to the global spread of Swine Flu. News reports are full of what is happening around the globe, along with some cases in our own country. It has to be a health problem of some concern to everyone. What I find interesting about this […]