Author Archives: Judy Marie

How Could CBD Oil Treat Chronic Pain?

Scientific and clinical research, much of it sponsored by the U.S. government, underscores CBD’s potential as a treatment for a wide range of conditions, including arthritis, epilepsy, diabetes, multiple sclerosis, chronic pain, depression, alcoholism, and many other ailments. CBD has demonstrated nerve-protecting and nerve-stimulating effects, and its anti-cancer properties are currently being researched in the United States. Some of the most promising evidence for CBD oil use relates to chronic pain. Multiple studies have found that those with chronic pain, whether it is from arthritis, back pain, or fibromyalgia, experience major relief with CBD when painkillers are no longer working. Although Read More...

Are your health conditions the result of a toxic colon?

Do you have any of these temporary conditions? Low Energy Heartburn Diarrhea Water Retention Constipation Indigestion Heachaches Fatigue Memory Problems Sluggish Metabolism Gas Bad Breath  Bloating Digestive Problems Abdominal Pain Aches & Pains Could Your Colon Be the Cause? It is very possible that your own digestive system is causing unnecessary problems and depriving you of optimal health. The colon is designed to eliminate toxins and waste. Yet, without proper elimination, the body can actually poison itself. Poor diet, fast foods, stress, certain medications, and even overuse of laxatives affects elimination. When the bowel is not properly taken care of, its responses become sluggish and under-active. The ability for the colon to function properly and heal itself cannot happen Read More...

Fiber Helps the Body Cope with Large Amounts of Sugar

Fiber slows the absorption of food in the small intestine. The rate in which carbohydrates are digested is closely related to how fast they are absorbed, which determines the rise of blood sugar. When carbohydrate and plant fibers are eaten together, blood sugar levels are eaten together, blood sugar levels are considerably lower than when the same type of carbohydrate is eaten alone. The average American consumes over 125 pounds of white sugar every year. Sugar makes up 24% of our daily calorie intake, with soda pop supplying the majority of sugar. As a nation, we eat an average of Read More...

10 Ways to Eat Your Water

  The standard amount of daily water one needs to consume is 4 liters minimum to keep your body hydrated and all the skin and digestive problems at bay. Not all can drink so much water, so you can have more water-based foods instead. There are a lot of veggies and fruits that contain a good amount of water to help keep you hydrated. CUCUMBER (96% WATER) Cucumbers contain 96% water, are rich in fiber and minerals and are cool. They make a great treat during summer and however you have it, slice or dice it and have it alone, they will take Read More...

Herbal First Aid for Kids

The Following Teas Are Effective For Many Childhood Illnesses • Elder flowers, boneset (bitter), yarrow with peppermint to induce a cleansing sweat • Catnip/chamomile/rosemary tea to reduce a rash • Mullein/lobelia, chamomile, or scullcap to relax • Catnip, fennel, ginger, chamomile and peppermint for upset stomachs • Elderberry syrup for sore throats and for interrupted sleep caused by coughing • A catnip/lemon balm/cinnamon combo tea for warming against chills • Echinacea drops in water every 4 hours to clear lymph glands and release infection. Note: Use probiotics for children’s health. Acidophilus makes a big difference in both recovery time and immune response. Acidophilus keeps friendly bacteria in Read More...

Conquering Fiber

If you’ve been used to eating processed, refined low fiber food and you switch to a high fiber diet, you may experience cramping, bloating, diarrhea and gas. Ironically, even constipation can occur if you neglect to drink inadequate amounts of water. The operative term here is “moderation.” Start slowly and gradually increase your intake of fiber. If you do this, your intestinal tract will adjust nicely and you’ll be less “gassy”. When you eat fibrous foods, bacteria in the bowel attack and digest these complex carbohydrate molecules and in the process methane gas is released. This is the “bean” effect Read More...

Gratitude for Beneficial Change

With sincerity and a deep thank you to all of you for living and sharing health and wellness throughout 2016. It is always a pleasure to serve you and we look forward to many more years of showing our gratitude by providing you with the highest quality products. Our deepest intention is to support your health while upholding true principles of holistic healing. We do this together and keep growing and healing as a family. As many of you know this year has personally been a huge year of beneficial change due to my Traumatic Brain Injury in February when I Read More...