Reiki Therapy – The System of Natural Healing

Reiki (pronounced “ray-kee”) is a method of spiritual healing developed by Mikao Usui in early 20th century Japan.
The word Reiki is made up of two Japanese characters - Rei (meaning Higher Intelligence) and Ki (meaning Life Force). Taken together, ‘Reiki’ can be translated into English as “universal life-force energy.”
Reiki therapy is based on more...

Health Benefits of Raw Pineapple Juice

Raw pineapple juice contains almost all vitamins and minerals essential for the digestive system. It stimulates the kidney, relieves intestinal disorders and has diuretic properties.
Raw pineapple juice is also claimed to be an effective remedy for intestinal worms.
Furthermore, pineapple juice reduces excess water buildups and helps to maintain a healthy water balance in the body. more...

Basic Principles of Raw Juice Therapy

Raw juice therapy is one of the nutritional healing therapies, based on an exclusive diet of freshly squeezed fruit and vegetable juices that contain vital vitamins, minerals, enzymes, natural sugars and salts, essential to the body to function properly.
By nourishing the body’s cells with natural nutrients, raw juices can prevent or eliminate various health problems more...

Learn Your Baby’s Sex: Ancient Chinese Birth Gender Chart

According to the legend the following chart dates back more than 700 years to the period of ancient China, where it was widely used to predict the sex of a baby.
To determine the sex of the unborn child you just need to know mother’s age at conception and the month a child was conceived. Where more...

Private Health Insurance Plan

Private health insurance is a type of health insurance covering medical costs, such as medicine, visits to the doctor or hospital stays, of the insured person.
Generally, Private health insurance policies provide cover for the costs of treatment for curable, short-term medical conditions.
Policies do not cover long-term or chronic conditions. This means, that cover will not more...

How to Take Care of Your Hair

Probably, most of us are wondering if every day wash can damage the hair. Unfortunately, it is really so.
Experts usually advise to avoid washing the hair more than 1-2 times a week, as shampoos may remove serum from your hair and scalp. It can be damaging as serum is natural oil that protects, waterproofs, and more...

Signs and Symptoms of Influenza vs. Viral URI (Common Cold)




Often high (101-104F or 38-40C); Lasts 3-5 days
Rare;  If present, typically low-grade;

Aches and Pains
Usual, severe
Rare or mild

Moderate to extreme; Lasting up to one month
Mild and brief

Bed Ridden
Frequently; may last up to 5-10 days

Runny Nose
Less likely


Sore Throat

 Usual; Non-productive, “Dry”; Can become severe
Sometimes; Hacking;
Mild to moderate


Bronchitis; Pneumonia;
Kidney Failure; Can be life threatening
Sinus more...

Biofeedback: mind-body therapy

Can you control your heartbeat? Can you make your symptoms to disappear? Can you control your body temperature with your mind? Today, control over our own internal processes is part of a new type of medicine called “biofeedback” or “mind-body therapy”.
What is biofeedback therapy?
Biofeedback therapy is a type of complementary and alternative medicine. “Biofeedback” uses new more...

Medical Acupuncture

Today, many people use natural ways to cure illnesses that don’t cause side-effects.
Acupuncture has recently become very popular, but it has been practiced by Chinese doctors for over two thousand years.
Acupuncture involves pushing fine needles into the skin at special acupuncture points around the body. Ancient Chinese philosophers believed these points were connected to different more...

Cat’s Claw - Immune System Booster

Cat’s Claw, or Una de Gato, is an enormous liana or woody vine that grows along the Equator in the Peruvian highlands and reaches as much as 30 metres in length. Known as Uncaria tomentosa it has sharp, hook-like claws, with which it supports itself on other trees and plants. Both the inner bark and more...

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