A therapeutic method that uses medicines made from micro-doses of natural substances.
Homeopathic medicines are used to relieve symptoms associated with a wide range of acute health conditions such as allergies, coughs, colds, flu, stress, arthritis pain, muscle pain, teething and much more. With the help of a trained health professional, you may also use these medicines to relieve symptoms of more serious conditions and many chronic diseases.
Four simple solutions for keeping your skin soft and supple through the winter season.
A combination of frigid temperatures, low humidity, and indoor heating can leave your skin as dry as the Sahara desert during the cold winter months. Cold-weather exposure can contribute to the breakdown in collagen- the connective tissue that maintains skin's firmness- resulting in increased fine lines, cracked skin, and a dry, flaky complexion. Your face and hands usually suffer the brunt of the cold, wind, and sun since your body is covered up. Here's how to protect them from winter ravages.
Homeopathic pharmacies operate according to strict guidelines, to ensure that the remedies and potencies are consistent and reliable.
Homeopathic remedies are prepared through a process called potentization. Potentization involves a series of systematic dilutions and successions (a forceful shaking action). Potentization is important, because it removes all risk of chemical toxicity while activating a remedy substance and enabling it to affect the body therapeutically.
As you may have noticed, certain supplements, like vitamin C, CoQ10, and biotin, and tasty items, like rosemary, green tea, and oatmeal, are just as often found in skincare ingredients as your grocery store. These natural wonders are attractive options for people who want to avoid synthetic additives, and manufacturers claim that they help battle breakouts, soothe irritation, treat uneven pigmentation, and even prevent sun damage.
Mix all the ingredients together in a small saucepan and heat over low until coconut oil is melted. Take warm syrup by the spoonful as desired. You can also mix the syrup into hot water or tea. Once the syrup is cooled the coconut oil will harden. Gently warm the syrup up before using. Store in refrigerator for up to a month.
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