FRANKINCESNE

March 27, 2018

The benefits of frankincense oil can be obtained by topical application, inhalation via a diffuser or vaporizer, or by ingesting it in small amounts. For pain relief, massage the oil into the affected area. Using a diffuser, vaporizer, or inhaler works for the treatment of colds, coughs, and other respiratory conditions and blockages. Frankincense can be applied directly to the skin in most cases, or can be blended with carrier oils such as jojoba, coconut, or almond oils. Most packaging and labelling will describe whether or not that particular blend of oil will require dilution. When taking frankincense oil internally, it is best to dilute it in an edible carrier oil (such as coconut), or in a teaspoon of honey, in a glass of water, or in any non-acidic, non-dairy beverage. You can also put a drop or two beneath your tongue. It is thought that rubbing a few drops of the oil into the soles of the feet each day will help to strengthe

November 4, 2016

CHAMOMILE

This herb has been used for centuries to calm the nerves and induce sleep. It is from a daisy-like family of plants called Asteraceae, and while there are many different types of chamomile, the most common are German Chamomile (Marticaria recutita), and Roman Chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile). Chamomile is known to be used by the ancient Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans, and was also popular throughout the middle ages.

HEALTH BENEFITS:

  • Calms the nerves
  • Reduces internal inflammation
  • Reduces bloating and flatulence
  • Aids with teething pain
  • Reduces nasal congestion
  • Soothes skin irritations such as eczema, and psoriasis
  • Alleviates menstrual cramps
  • Aids with sleep
  • Reduces fever
  • Treats colds

July 9, 2016

Insomnia is a sleep disorder that prevents the affected individual from being able to sleep, fall asleep, and/or, stay asleep. Over one-third of people experience insomnia, but often, less than 5% of these people actually require treatment. This condition can occur at any age, but it is most common among the elderly.   There are two types of insomnia: primary insomnia, and secondary insomnia. Primary insomnia occurs when the individual is having sleep difficulties that are not related to any medical conditions. This is often known as ‘acute insomnia’ and will often be caused by: significant stress (job loss, divorce etc), emotional or physical discomfort, environmental factors (such as light, noise, temperatures etc), some medications, and interferences in usual sleep patterns (such as jet lag, change in shifts from day to night etc).   Secondary insomnia relates to the lack of an individual’s ability to sleep due to other external factors such as medical problems, pain, medications, or substance abuse (for example, alcohol). This type of insomnia generally lasts longer and is often called ‘chronic insomnia’. This condition becomes

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