There are different types of headaches. Do you know which one you are experiencing? Tension headaches is the most common. The discomfort usually begins in the forehead, temples, or the back of your head or neck. It causes a feeling of pressure in head and neck muscles. The headache occurs after feeling stressed, fatigued, or…Read more »
As a child, I used to go on field trips to Green Lake in north Seattle. I always thought the water had a strange smell and the bottom of the lake felt yucky to my feet. My eyes popped out when I saw this little article about Green Lake today in the NW Prime Time…Read more »
Here is a delicious salad dressing that is easy to make. You will need these ingredients: 1/2 cup sour cream 1 clove of garlic 1/4 cup of fresh or dried tarragon 1/4 cup fresh dill 1/4 cup parsley, fresh or dried 1/8 teaspoon salt 1/8 teaspoon pepper 1 Tablespoon lemon juice 1/2 cup either plain…Read more »
Legend states that when the foxglove bows its head, it means the faerie folk are out walking. It is considered lucky to have a foxglove growing from seed in your garden. Do not transplant it for it might mask a faerie home. Foxgloves are used in the medicine world to strengthen and stimulate your heart.
Lifestyle factors such as stress, diet, and lack of exercise can lead to hypertension or high blood pressure, but it could also be in your genes. Here are 4 natural remedies that can help. Hibiscus tea has been used to lower blood pressure for decades. Researchers found that after 12 days of drinking this tea,…Read more »
We hear all the buzz about coconut and gluten- free diets, but are they really good for you? Coconut flour is a light tan color with a fine, airy consistency. After the oil and water are pressed out of the coconut, its dried white meat is ground into powdery flour. Since it’s made completely from…Read more »
According to the CDC, 91 people die everyday from opioid overdose. Deaths have increased since 2010. The root cause is debatable, yet since 1999, 400% in opioid prescriptions have increased. In 1995, the Purdue Pharmaceutical Company released the drug, OxyContin. It’s an extended release oxycodone formulation branded for treatment of chronic non-cancerous pain. From 1996-2002,…Read more »