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Harness the strength of the Tiger!

Ever had an achy back or sore muscles from overworking yourself in the yard or exercising? Looking for relief without long term effects? There are several options from rubs to patches and sprays to give you relief. For slight muscle aches and joints aches try our original Tiger Balm. Camphor and menthol create a cooling… Read more »

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Calendula!

Calendula (Calendula officinalis) is a cheery orange, sometimes yellow, member of the Asteraceae family that is used for healing burns and wounds, moving lymph, and stimulating bile production. This annual is native to the Mediterranean region yet widely cultivated for its medicinal properties. Its uplifting color makes a great addition to your windowsill or flower… Read more »

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Do you smell that? | Fighting Foot Odor

Have you ever suffered from foot fungus or strange smells coming from your skin or feet? Ever wondered what you can do to defeat the stink and get back to having healthy odorless skin? Look no further!  We have many products to help. Tea tree oil is a common and effective ingredient used to prevent… Read more »

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Injecting Testosterone

What you should know getting started What should I expect? A “typical” dose is 100-200 milligrams injected every two weeks, and the cost will vary depending on insurance. In 2-10 weeks, you should start to see the effects of the testosterone: development of facial hair, deepening of the voice, changes in body mass, decreased glandular… Read more »

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Fueling an Athlete with Herbs and Supplements!

An athlete’s body is not average, so we need to stop treating it like it is! Whether you are burning through 3,000 calories during a long ride or run, swimming, or completing an explosive sprint workout or weight lift, it is vital to ingest the necessary calories and nutrients to optimize performance and reduce recovery… Read more »

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Chia Seeds!

Ch-ch-ch Chia! Remember those old Chia Pet commercials? Who knew back then that I could have been eating those dang seeds instead of making a huge mess in Moms’ kitchen and then waiting an eternity for my tiny Chia Teddy Bear to grow some green fur? Well, unbeknownst to me at the time, Chia has… Read more »

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Colloidal Silver!

Colloidal Silver is a useful tool to combat many, if not all, pathogenic infections. The proper use can be discerned by looking at the way it is manufactured. When colloidal silver is manufactured two types of the silver are created: Ionic silver and silver particles. Both have the ability to disrupt pathogens at the cellular… Read more »

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Flawless Face Tips

I’m going to lots of holiday parties and I want my skin to look flawless. Any ideas? Signed, Festive in Franklin Dear Festive, Tis the season for socializing, but dry winter air can really sap the life from your skin. Fortunately I have some recipes that will leave you glowing like a Christmas tree for… Read more »

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Get Crafty: Healthful Homemade Holidays

by Day Host-Jablonski With a few weeks remaining until the holiday season is in full swing, now is a perfect time to create the fresh and fragrant homemade gifts you will bring to this season’s potlucks, parties, and homecomings. It’s a time for gratitude and celebration – of family, food, and good health! Holiday Party… Read more »

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Ginger Root!

Ginger Root (Zingiber officinale) is well known as a remedy for travel sickness, nausea and indigestion and is used for wind, colic, irritable bowel, loss of appetite, chills, cold, flu, poor circulation, menstrual cramps, dyspepsia (bloating, heartburn, flatulence), indigestion and gastrointestinal problems such as gas and stomach cramps. Ginger is a powerful anti-inflammatory herb and… Read more »