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Turmeric is a spice that is frequently used in Indian cooking. It imparts an earthy flavor and yellow color to foods, but it also has amazing benefits for human health. It's chief constituent, curcumin, has been extensively studied as an anti-inflammatory agent and may be helpful for a wide range of health problems. In this free webinar, The Amazing Health Benefits of Turmeric and Curcumin, Steven Horne, RH(AHG) will share with you some of the research on this amazing herb and it's primary active constituent, curcumin.
Most of us know that the human body is at least 70% water, but we seldom think of water as a medicine. In fact, we seldom think about what an amazing role water plays in life processes. In this preview of the final module of our Advanced Herbal Training Program, we'll talk about how water and herbs work together to promote health. We'll also introduce you to some amazing things about how water operates in biological systems. You'll see why herbal hydrotherapy (the combination of water and herbs) is so powerful in healing.
Current Featured Articles
Do you suffer from chronic belching, boating, gas, acid reflux, a hiatal hernia or other digestive problems?
You might just have a problem with small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO). In fact, many of the problems attributed to yeast infections are actually caused by SIBO. Read this article to understand what SIBO is, what causes it and how to eliminate it naturally.
Yeast and Fungi Aren’t All Bad —
In Fact, Most of the Time They’re Quite Helpful
This article explains that yeast and fungus are quite useful, except when we get an overgrowth of yeast in our body. It covers facts and myths about yeast infection and yeast overgrowth and some useful remedies for controlling fungal infections.
Ten Ideas for Increasing and
Keeping Your Intelligence
When I was in elementary school I had a collection of marbles. I didn’t like the game of marbles because I lost my second favorite marble in a game. So, I decided to be more careful with my marbles because I really wanted to keep the marbles I had. As an adult, I don't own the toys called marbles anymore, but I still want to keep my marbles. Of course, I’m talking about mental marbles, as in maintaining a sound mind. n this article I explore how to do that.