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A clear mind is only possible with a nourished body.

While nourishing the mind with powerful herbs and tonics can help sustain mental clarity, we must equally concern ourselves with how we treat our bodies. The foods we eat, the amount we exercise, and even the way we sit all have numerous effects on our ability think clearly, make sound decisions, and enjoy optimal cognitive functioning.

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8 Healing Herbs for Muscle Recovery

8 Healing Herbs for Muscle Recovery

More and more people are discovering the longevity and vitality that leading a healthy lifestyle can bring. They are eating more nutritious foods, getting good sleep at night and working out regularly. All of these factors culminate to support good overall health, but...

Guide to the 15 Best Carrier Oils for Essential Oils

Guide to the 15 Best Carrier Oils for Essential Oils

Essential oils are popular for many uses. They can make laundry smell fantastic or provide a revitalizing scent in the home. People also use essential oils for cleaning. With their anti-microbial and anti-oxidant properties, essential oils are a natural and healthy...

How to Stimulate Collagen Production in the Skin

How to Stimulate Collagen Production in the Skin

Between using retinol anti-aging face serums, receiving routine facials, and diligently staying out of the sun, most people are well aware of the various methods of skincare to reduce the signs of aging. Some of these methods are more obvious than others, such as...

Best Ayurvedic Medicine for Muscle Strength

Best Ayurvedic Medicine for Muscle Strength

When it comes to promoting muscle growth and improving strength, there are a number of all-natural remedies and practices that can assist in sustainable ways. In addition to designing dietary plans to compliment muscle growth, rotating muscle groups when working out,...

What is the Best Time of Day to Take Magnesium?

What is the Best Time of Day to Take Magnesium?

Magnesium is an abundant and essential element in the body as well as many of the foods we eat, and is found to be a cofactor in over 300 enzyme systems in the body. According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Magnesium is responsible for regulating critical...

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