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Author: Samantha

Cinnamon Bark - cinnamomum zeylanicum Cinnamon is a little like Marmite – you either love it or hate it.  I love it, although this was not always the case. As a child, if I should complain of a sore throat, my dad would either offer me a...

Ever since I can remember women, predominantly, have been on diets.  Diet after diet, losing weight, regaining weight – a perpetual roller coaster of feast and famine. Magazines promote new diets every year and we buy them hoping this one will give us the body of...

I think we have all made a New Year’s Resolution (NYR) only to drop it after a couple of weeks. There are several reasons why this may happen – we didn’t plan it in to our schedule, we didn’t realise the real reason for making the change-...

We have enjoyed a wet summer this year, and now the weather has turned much more wintery, the central heating has been turned on, and we become more susceptible to coughs and colds. Here are 6 tips on how to support your immunity and avoid...

Apple cider vinegar is one of those go to condiments, which has been popular in the health community for a few years now. So why is that? Firstly apple cider vinegar (ACV) is produced by the fermentation of apples producing acetic acid, which gives the sour taste of apple cider vinegar. It has anti-microbial properties, which seem to provide a variety of benefits. ACV has been used for centuries and in many different ways.  Here are a few.

We have all done it – we have been outside enjoying the weather, underestimated the power of the sun and burnt ourselves. I did this several years ago on the Norfolk coast.  We were planning to go for a walk along the coast, so I wore...

High cholesterol levels are often related to high fat in the diet, but this isn’t the full story. A poor diet is generally the number 1 cause of high cholesterol, impacted further by inactivity, an imbalance in blood sugar, stress levels plus a few other factors. Cholesterol...

When I heard that doTERRA was going to introduce turmeric essential oil I was excited. The research into the benefits of turmeric is extensive - if you type in turmeric on PubMed it comes up with 4,966 papers on the subject. Turmeric oil is spicy, earthy, woody...

  Apparently it is Buddha's birthday this month.  Buddha has inspired a spiritual way of living, embracing qualities of awareness, kindness, and wisdom. I applaud this way of life, but my focus today is on Buddha Bowls! Buddha bowls have been popular for the last couple of years...

Hay fever, otherwise called seasonal allergic rhinitis, is an allergic reaction to pollen. The pollens include trees, grass, and weeds.  For some mould spores can also trigger hay fever symptoms. Histamine is released into the bloodstream by the immune system when one of these allergens is detected,...