The Crown Chakra, which is also referred to as the thousand-petal lotus chakra, connects us to higher states of consciousness. It helps us to go beyond our busy minds and be one with the divine energy.
Many people use raw Apple Cider Vinegar to deal with anything from indigestion to warts. ACV is believed to have antiviral and antibacterial properties. It is also a good source of minerals and vitamins.
We need iodine for healthy thyroid function and for the production of thyroid hormones. Without sufficient amount of iodine, the thyroid gland may become enlarged. Iodine deficiency may also lead to mental impairment, depression, extreme fatigue and weight gain.
Sunflower seeds are an excellent source of nutrients. Sprinkle them on your salads, add to smoothies or just eat a handful for great health benefits.
Red bush tea is derived from the leaves of the rooibos plant. It originated in South Africa. Nowadays, it’s quite popular in Western countries due to its many health benefits and delicious flavor. Red tea is also 100% caffeine free.
For over 2,000 years, folk healers all over the world applied hot stones in their practices. The Chinese used them to improve the functioning of internal organs. Latin American curanderos believed that the stones helped in labor. Hot stones were also a part of Native American sweat lodge ceremonies, and Ayurvedic practitioners utilized them as massage tools.
Your Throat Chakra is the center of communication. When it is balanced, you can express yourself freely and are not afraid to share your inner truths with others. You explicitly convey your opinions and feelings.
American Heart Association recommends that women consume less than 100 calories of added sugar per day (about 6 teaspoons) and men consume less than 150 per day (about 9 teaspoons). All the excess sugar is metabolized into body fat, and may contribute to numerous chronic diseases.
The Anahata (Heart) Chakra is associated with unconditional love, joy, and compassion. When unbalanced, you feel unworthy, you do not trust yourself and are co-dependent on others.
A study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology has concluded that there are many significant associations between increasing levels of optimism and decreasing risks of death from cancer, heart disease, stroke, respiratory disease, and infections.