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Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy to Treat Candida

Hyperbaric Medicine is the fascinating use of barometric pressure to deliver increased oxygen dissolved in plasma to the body.

Caprylic Acid Supports Healthy Gut, Yeast Balance Throughout the Body

Caprylic Acid is a fatty acid found in tropical oils, such as coconut oil

Oil of Oregano: Essential Topical Remedy for Fungal and Bacterial Infection

Research shows that oil of oregano – made from the oregano plant – has antimicrobial, antiviral and antifungal properties

Radishes

With its peppery, almost spicy flavor, radishes may not be one of the most popular garden vegetables, but they are one of the most nutritious.

Natural Medicine Approaches to Candidiasis

Candida albicans is a type of fungus living in harmony with millions of other microorganisms that are part of our body’s normal gut flora.

Skin Brushing

As more people become aware of the importance of detoxification, products and procedures are also rising in numbers–and price! Dry skin brushing is quick and easy (and inexpensive) way to detoxify daily, and the benefits will be noticed immediately.

Aloe

Native to Africa and the Arabian peninsula, Aloe is a commonly known herb and well reputed for its soothing and cooling properties. Considered by the Romans to be sacred to Venus, the goddess of love and beauty, this herb has a long history of beauty applications extending well into present day.

Vitamin D

Vitamin D is a fat soluble vitamin primarily created by the action of UVB sunlight on the skin. Vitamin D’s journey through the body begins when its precursor is converted to cholecalciferol (or D3) by sunlight.

Oranges

One of the most well-known fruits in the world, oranges were first recorded in China around 500 BC. From there they were imported to the Roman empire, exported to Northern Africa, introduced in Spain by the invading Moors, and traveled to America with Christopher Columbus.

Summer Sun – Block or Bathe

Summer is here, as we can easily witness by the lengthening days, rising temperatures and row upon row of sunscreen products adorning store shelves. According to the American Academy of Dermatology (2010), these products are key to good skin health and preventing dangerous skin cancers since “sun exposure is the most preventable risk factor for all skin cancers, including melanoma.”