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The hydrangea plant is an herbaceous, perennial shrub recognized by its beautiful white, snowball-shaped blooms. A popular ornamental, botanical, and horticultural plant, there are over twenty varieties of hydrangea worldwide. The most popular variety, Macrophylla, is a bluish-bloomed flowering plant found in the United States and Asia and appreciated for its aesthetic and health-promoting qualities. (more…)

Chiropractic care corrects spinal alignment abnormalities as a means of treating a wide range of health concerns. Pain relief, spinal alignment, and other skeletal and muscular disorders are among the most common. But, the list doesn't stop there. Not even close. Research has found chiropractic to be beneficial for a huge range of ailments, including connective tissue disorders, infant lactose intolerance, and even autism. [1] [2] [3] Over $13 billion is spent annually on chiropractic health services, making it the largest alternative health field in the United States and its […]

Hamamelis virginiana, better known as witch hazel, is a tall shrub native to the United States and Canada. It has a long history of use by the Native Americans as a traditional phytotherapy for hemorrhoids, varicose veins, and other circulatory system concerns. Subsequent research has shown that the benefits of this special plant are the result of compounds and antioxidants contained within its leaves and bark. [1] (more…)

The recent revelation that Subway bread contains azodicarbonamide has gotten a lot of attention.  And it should, azodicarbonamide is an industrial chemical used to make yoga mats, shoe rubber, and synthetic leather. Although there's no reason for it to be in bread, it has, in fact, been used for decades as a dough conditioner.  However, the public backlash was so great that Subway has stated it will cease to use azodicarbonamide... although they stopped short of providing concrete deadlines as to when, so be aware. But still, what is azodicarbonamide?  […]

Gravel root is a powerful therapeutic plant that's popular in traditional medicine. Generally a mauve- or white-colored flowering perennial, gravel root can primarily be found along the East Coast of North America and Canada. Gravel root can sometimes be found as far south as Florida as it thrives in sunny and damp conditions. Often, the plant is found in wetlands, woodland areas, and meadows. (more…)