Natural Health

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Original Fire Cider Recipe and Controversy

By Judy DeLorenzo

Learn how to make Rosemary Gladstar's original Fire Cider recipe and chutney to help keep your immune system healthy, and to ward off infections. Also learn about the Fire Cider controversy, and why it should matter to you.


Is Honey Good for You?

By Chelsea Clark, Natural Health Advisory Institute

If you need a treat and are choosing between refined sugar and honey, honey definitely has its benefits.


6 Benefits of Tai Chi for Your Health

By Chelsea Clark, Natural Health Advisory Institute

Tai chi is proven to help numerous conditions and benefit your general health.


Top 10 Immune-Boosting Tips to Survive the Cold and Flu Season

By Alexander and Ashley Poptodorov, A+A Wellness

As we enter into the cold and flu season, it is the perfect time to be thinking about your immune system and practical ways to help boost it. Here are 10 tips to stay your healthiest this season and all year round. These tips are our tried and true suggestions for increasing immunity and maintaining good health all year long.


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What Is Beeswax?

By Petra Ahnert

The building block of the hive, beeswax is useful in a variety of applications, from health and beauty products to candles and home items.


Waxed Cotton Fabric Sandwich Wraps

By Petra Ahnert

Try these sandwich wraps, made of waxed cotton fabric, for a reusable plastic wrap alternative.


Homemade Beeswax Chest Rub

By Petra Ahnert

Unlike commercial chest rubs, this homemade beeswax balm can be customized with different essential oils to soothe different ailments.


Make Your Own Hand and Body Cream (with Bonus Beeswax Hand-Saver Recipe)

By Wendy Akin

Making your own hand and body cream is not difficult. Just be sure you can work for 30 minutes or so with no interruptions. Be very sure that the essential oils you choose are actually pure essential oils such as lavender, tea tree, lemongrass, etc. Quantities needed for a both a single 4-ounce jar and a large batch of nine 4-ounce jars are given.