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Ozone Therapy For Neuropathy

Any form of neuropathy refers to damage to a particular set of nerves. While different nerves may require different treatments, one commonality is that nerves need blood and oxygen, and any form of therapy that reintroduces these two things to nerves may promote your recovery from neuropathy. Ozone therapy introduces ozone, commonly made up of the

The Elderly and the World Wide Web

Older people are joining the Internet bandwagon in a variety of ways. What’s more, they use the WWW to inform, enrich, and amuse themselves. About 66 percent of Americans above 65 and some 87 percent in the 57 to 64 age group log on to the Internet on a regular basis. Baby boomers spend about

Ozone Therapy: Oxygenation and Healing

Health and healing do not exist without oxygen. Without food human beings can survive for about a month. Without water we can survive for weeks. But without oxygen, we would die within 5 minutes. Oxygen is our most immediate need. Most diseases and degeneration can be prevented through proper oxygenation of the tissues and organs.

Reasons why you should start meditating today!

Meditation is a prehistoric concept which involved repetitive and rhythmic chants or “Mantras”. The first documented meditation came from the Hindu religion dating back to 1500 BC. Other cultures who embraced meditation were the rest of India, China, Japan, Vietnam, Korea and Israel. Today, meditation is frowned upon in some Christian countries as it is

Indian spices

Herbs and spices have been used in food and medicine for centuries. Most of the western world are rejecting herbs as a form of medicine due to the high growth in over-the-counter drugs. Places like Asia and India on the other hand still rely largely on herbs for healing as doctors and drugs are not

How to use cinnamon sticks

There are more than a dozen species of “cinnamon trees”. The cinnamon is extracted from the inner bark of these trees and are used world wide in sweet as well as savory dishes. There is nothing more wonderful than the smell of cinnamon in the air while baking. Cinnamon was first used by the Phoenicians