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Yeast infections are not a concern that only affect women or the vagina. The fact is that yeast infections can affect many parts of the body of both men and women of all ages. Yeast infections can cause pain, swelling and unpleasant discharge. When they infiltrate the mouth, they can make the mouth feel cottony and impair the sense of taste. When a yeast infection strikes the skin it can cause it to crack, swell, or bleed. Perhaps most surprising, according to new research, yeast infections may be related to […]

It's no surprise that plants are the starting point for many, many natural and herbal remedies. But have you ever stopped to think why that is? What's in them that gives them the juice? In the past few years, science has been able to identify and understand the bioactive compounds found in therapeutic plants. Rhodiola rosea, which can help promote a positive mental state, contains rosin, rosarin, and salidroside. Salidroside, also known as rhodioloside, is the most potent and active compound found in Rhodiola. Research has identified at least 5 […]

Known as "potency wood" to indigenous cultures of Brazil, Muira Puama has a long history of remedying many female-related health issues. While the entire plant can be used, the root and bark are the most commonly-employed components. This native Amazonian plant has shown promise for boosting female libido, decreasing stress, and some research indicates that the plant may even stimulate the brain. [1] (more…)

Many of you already know your gut is home to countless bacteria and there's about 1,000 different species living inside your intestinal tract. All these bacteria help make up what’s called the microbiome. It's well documented that maintaining your gut’s flora can go a long way in improving your overall physical health and, now, more and more research suggests there might even be a link to mental health. (more…)

The natural world is one big recycling bin. When plants and animals die, microscopic organisms help the matter decompose and, in the process, produce many beneficial byproducts. When this happens in nature, these byproducts are just absorbed back into the soil and, due to their organic composition, end up providing the high energy properties normally associated with healthy soil. One of the most beneficial of these byproducts is fulvic acid. (more…)