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Aloe Vera: Why The Ancient Egyptians Called It The Plant of Immortality

Health Freedom Alliance, 1 April 2016
There are 300 or more different species of Aloe. The most prominent variety, Aloe barbadensis, Miller commonly referred to as Aloe vera, is especially noted for its amazing healing abilities.

Scientists Confirm This Spice Prevents Fluoride From Destroying Your Brain

health freedom alliance, 4 March 2016
Today, fluoride is everywhere. Dentists push fluoride treatments on us, it’s in our tap water, it’s in our commercial toothpastes and mouth washes

Traditional Bitters versus Digestive Enzymes

health freedom alliance, 2 March 2016
A modern resurgence of interest is underway with regard to the medicinal use of bitters, a traditional and very effective way to obtain natural, nontoxic relief from nausea, bloating, heartburn and other digestive discomforts.

FDA Wants to Jail Sam Girod for 48 Years, for Making Salves People Love

health freedom alliance, 18 February 2016
Sam Girod is a Kentucky farmer who runs a small business selling natural skin salves made from herbs such as chickweed, which seem to help relieve a host of skin conditions, including allergic rashes, psoriasis, poison oak and even skin cancers.

When to Use Cold or Heat Therapy for Pain, Stiff Muscles and Joints

health freedom alliance, January 21, 2016
Heat and cold therapies are very common types of home treatments to relieve pain, but have you ever wondered whether you should use heat or cold therapy when suffering from sore muscle, injury or joint pain? In this article I will explain the purpose of heat and cold therapies, and when to apply each one of them.

Japanese Doctor Explained How to Stop Cancer: Just Half an Hour From Your Time and You Will be Protected in The Next Two Months

health freedom alliance, 5 November 2015
Scientists from Japan have found that a tradition called Shinri-ioku still remains strong, and why this is so, the reasons are of biochemical nature.

Surprising medicinal uses for lavender oil

By Ravensthorpe: NaturalNews) The lavender plant, which is native to the Old World and is characterized by its beautiful hues and invigorating fragrance, has been used for more than 2,500 years as a cosmetic aid. The ancient Egyptians and Phoenicians, for instance, would use lavender as a natural perfume. The Romans loved to use lavender to scent their baths (in fact, lavender is derived from the Latin lavare, which means "to wash"), while the people of Medieval and Renaissance Europe used lavender to deodorize the stone floors of their castles.