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The Gift of Frankincense

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Frankincensealso known as olibanum, is often referred to as the “king of oils and its very name means “high quality incense.”

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Inositol and Sleep

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To many patients, adequate sleep might often be a low item on the priority list until the years of insufficient sleep and/or low quality sleep stack up, producing chronic fatigue, a weakened immunity and compromised health. Many fail to understand the importance of the restoration and healing that occurs during those eight critical hours when the body disengages from the stimulating activities of the day and focuses on rebuilding and repairing hormones, cells, and immunity.

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Menopause, Insomnia and Chronic Disease – Is There A Connection?

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Sleep is one of the most vital elements of achieving good health and its importance cannot be overestimatedNearly every system of the body depends on satisfactory sleep quality and quantity for routine healing, repair and restoration Insufficient sleep robs the body of renewable energy sources and cell restorationcreating suboptimal environment in the bodyand eventually leading to dysfunction, imbalance and poor health.  

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Nutrients for Sun-Damaged Skin

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Throughout the summer, many of us have spent endless hours outdoors, as nearly any favorite summer activity includes enjoying the warm weather and the brilliant sunshine, and there are, most likely, ample sun-filled days left to enjoy. However, summer’s coveted sunshine has a downside. Not only does it inflict more direct ultraviolet rays our way than in colder months, but these rays also cover a much greater surface area as we tend to expose our skin more during this season. The unfortunate result is damaged skin cells in need of nourishment and repair.

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Bowel Function and Regularity – Part 2

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In part 1 of this series, we touched on some of the causes of bowel dysfunction in the form of diarrhea. In this part, we’ll move to the other end of the spectrum, to constipation. 

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