As I’m sure you’ve noticed, there are millions of health and diet fads in the world. It seems everyone has a new cleans, detox, weight loss plan, or miraculous substance that will revolutionize their health. Unfortunately, most of these are just that – fads. That’s one of the reasons I update this site: To learn and inform others about herbs, tonics, and resins that have been proven as beneficial so they don’t get lost in the mess of fads. In today’s blog
Chronic inflammation is killing us all slowly. Research has shown that inflammation can cause cancer, Alzheimer’s, heart disease, and other ailments. When your body is inflamed on the inside, it has an effect on your health. In today’s blog post, I’m going to focus on the causes of inflammation, and look at the best anti-inflammatory foods to fight it! The Causes of Inflammation Inflammation is caused by many different things in our environment and lives
I’m not sure about you, but I’ve been hearing an awful lot about a new trend in health: Bone broth. As a person who well understands the benefits of shilajit and other health practices, I often look at the latest health trends, and how they stack up (see my latest post on the benefits of oil pulling). Today, we’ll explore bone broth, and whether or not it is a good choice to boost your health! What is Bone Broth? Bone broth is exactly what it sounds like
I’m not sure if you’ve heard about oil pulling or not: It has grown exceedingly popular over the past few years. Proponents of this practice say it is beneficial for many health issues, ranging from cavities to cancer. Let’s take a look at how effective this practice is for the modern man. Health Benefits of Oil Pulling According to proponents of oil pulling, it is helpful treating many different health problems, including: Hormonal Imbalances Head
Vitamin K plays an important role in our health. It is most well-known for how it helps our blood to clot, but it is also crucial for many functions, including: Heart disease prevention, strong and healthy bones, and cancer and Alzheimer’s prevention. Most of us don’t think about whether or not our bodies have enough vitamin k to function well. I know I don’t think about it as often as I should. In today’s blog, I’m going to take a look at the symptoms...
I'm always researching health and wellness news, and learning about anti-aging secrets. I recently came across an article I found very intriguing; a woman and her family went completely off sugar for an entire year. And, when I say that she didn’t eat sugar, I mean she cut many things from their diet. Many items we buy at the store have sugar in them - things you wouldn’t expect to be loaded with sugar, such as: Sausage, mayonnaise, bread, and baby foo...
As you may have guessed, I’m a huge proponent of trying alternative types of medicine and healing. Many people haven’t heard of shilajit, but that doesn’t mean that it isn’t a safe, healthy dietary supplement that has long-lasting health benefits. Today, I’m going to look at another unusual substance that many people consider to be extremely beneficial: Kombucha. Kombucha is a fermented tea that has been used for over 2,000 years for many different reason
On this blog, I often discuss ways to live a healthier life. Whether it’s adding yoga to your daily routine, integrating herbs that will make you feel younger into your diet, or how shilajit can be a great way to add vitamins and minerals into your diet, we love to discuss healthy living. All this talk about healthy food is great. And, if you’re like me, then you get on track and start eating and living right, only to be derailed by a holiday. Thanksgiving
We all like to reminisce about our younger years. After all, we had more energy, could stay up late, eat and drink what we wanted, and felt so much more carefree and excited about life. Aging is inevitable. That doesn’t mean you have to settle, however. You can fight back against the aging process by taking herbs and supplements that can make you feel younger. Let’s look at a few common ones – our favorite is shilajit! Feel Younger with These Herbs: 1.
Yoga can benefit both your mind and your body. It build strength, while allowing your mind to rest and destress. I became interested in yoga while studying Ayurvedic medicine and shilajit. Traditional methods of healing are intertwined with yoga, which I found intriguing. Why exactly would a form of exercise be so beneficial for both the mind and body? Yoga is Physical and Mental There are many types of yoga, but whatever type you practice, it is both ph