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Saturday, March 11, 2017


Scientific Name: Boswellia sacra
Also known as Boswellia carterii, Olibanum, Indian Frankincense, Arabic Frankincense, and Salai guggal
According to aromatherapy it helps for creating harmony. Even in antiquity this aromatic resin has spread its fragrance in the temples. It is believed that it has the power to protect from evil and to chase the malicious spirits away.
Does not contain any synthetic fragrances, binders, or other burning agents
* Deepen meditation
* Helpful during labor
* Lessen stress
* Dispel gloomy thoughts
* Clear obsessions
* Dispel fear
* Dissipate obsessive thinking
* Dispel nervous tension
* Lower anxiety
* Post-partum depression
* Ease nightmares

100%Pure natural Frankincense tears harvested from Ethiopian Boswellia trees
Frankincense, also known as olibanum, is the resin from the trees of the genus Boswellia. It has been traded on the Arabian Peninsula and in North Africa for more than 5000 years. There are a lot of frankincense varieties, which differ in colour, shape, aroma and age. It is known that frankincense has antibacterial properties and that's the reason why it is widely used in traditional medicine.

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Tuesday, March 7, 2017


The main active ingredients in Shilajit is fulvic acid, dibenzo alpha pyrones, humin, humic acids and trace elements. They are produced by microbial action on humus. This is an excerpt from the Pamir Mountains is called mummy, but is not considered as strong as Altai Shilajit.
Shilajit has a broad spectrum of biological activity: increases nonspecific resistance to adverse environmental factors, is a tonic, detoxifying, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial agent, has a choleretic effect, stimulate some functions of the immune and hematopoietic system, improves metabolism, stimulates the regenerative processes.

Mummy is a very effective means of contributing to the rapid elimination of the main symptoms of the diseases, elimination of local inflammatory reaction, improve the general condition and well-being.

What does Shilajit contain?

Shilajit contains 85+ minerals in ionic form, Vitamins, Fulvic acid and very important phytonutrients that are readily transported deep into the cells by Fulvic acid already present. 

The primary active ingredients in Shilajit are Fulvic Acids, Dibenzo Alpha Pyrones, Humins, Humic Acids, trace minerals, vitamins A, B, C and P (citrines), phospholipids and polyphenol complexes, terpenoids. Also, present are microelements (cobalt, nickel, copper, zinc, manganese, chrome, iron, magnesium and other).There are certain conditions that it is especially effective for:
Digestive troubles
Renal stone
Renal and bladder calculi
Epilepsy and insanity
Nervous diseases
Memory and cognition
Immune system modulator
Anti-inflammatory and Antioxidant
Useful in genito-urinary diseases
In gall stones
Enlarged spleen
Fermentative dyspepsia
Dysmenorrhoea and Menorrhagia


Monday, March 6, 2017


Sinus infection, or sinusitis, is an inflammation of the sinuses and nasal passages. A sinus infection can cause a headache or pressure in the eyes, nose, cheek area, or on one side of the head. A person with a sinus infection may also have a cough, a fever, bad breath, and nasal congestion with thick nasal secretions. Sinusitis is categorized as acute (sudden onset) or chronic (long term, the most common type).
Anatomy of the sinuses (also called paranasal sinuses): The human skull contains four major pairs of hollow air-filled-cavities called sinuses. These are connected to the space between the nostrils and the nasal passage. Sinuses help insulate the skull, reduce its weight, and allow the voice to resonate within it. The four major pairs of sinuses are the:
  • frontal sinuses (in the forehead),
  • maxillary sinuses (behind the cheek bones),
  • ethmoid sinuses (between the eyes), and
  • sphenoid sinuses (behind the eyes).
  • Promote drainage:
  • Drink plenty of water and hydrating beverages such as hot tea.Inhale steam two to four times per day by leaning over a bowl of hot water (not while the water is on the stove) or using a steam vaporizer.
  • Inhale the steam for about 10 minutes. Taking a hot, steamy shower may also work. Mentholated preparations, such as Vicks Vapo-Rub, can be added to the water or vaporizer to aid in opening the passageways.

Get Steamed - Using a humidifier or vaporizer will provide moisture to thin mucus and encourage drainage. Frequent steam baths, or even making a tent with a towel while standing over a pan of hot water can also help.
· Essential Oils - The addition of eucalyptus or peppermint oils (6-8 drops) to the vaporizer or steam water, or 1 drop placed on a tissue and inhaled, or 2-4 drops placed on a hot compress and held over the eyes and nose, can also help to thin mucus and clear sinus pathways.
· Think Hot – Consume liberal amounts of alliums, such as garlic and onion to enhance mucus secretion. Horseradish will get things moving too. (Note: Check with your physician if you are diabetic since high doses of garlic can inconsistently raise or lower blood sugar levels.)
· Go Green – Reduce or eliminate animal products from your diet which are high in arachidonic acid that leads to the production of leukotrienes, an allergy trigger 1,000 times more potent than histamine.
250 – 500 mg. capsule form
1 – 2 grams dried root, prepared as tea
¼ to ½ tsp. fluid extract in 1 cup water
150 - 300 mg. capsule form
0.5 - 1 gram dried root, prepared as tea
½ - 1 tsp. (2-4 ml) fluid extract in 1 cup water
250 – 500 mg. capsule form
2 – 4 grams dried root, prepared as tea
½ - 1 tsp. (2-4 ml) fluid extract in 1 cup water

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Caloric the life of primates

There is insufficient evidence to show that caloric restriction helps slow aging among people. Although observational studies have pointed out that average weight people tend to live the most, there are scientists who believe that longevity taken soon by genetic factors.
Primates WNPRC control group, ate large quantities of food compared to those in NIA study, which received fixed gate. For these reasons, it is possible that study results WNPRC be due to a control group of individuals who eat unhealthy, rather than the group that was “longevity diet” caloric restriction.

On the other hand, scientists who study caloric restriction in mice confronted with conflicting results, which we attributed to genetic diversity. It is possible that genetic variations explain some contradictory results found in the two studies in monkeys, apes NIA given that originated in India and China, while those of WNPRC came only in India.
Over time, several studies have supported the idea that caloric restriction helps extend life. Such experiments were performed on cylindrical worms and rats. More recently, molecular studies have suggested that caloric restriction, or the use of compounds that mimic this process could trigger a cascade of changes in gene expression, a phenomenon that would lead to slower aging.
New news coming from scientists could to please those who like to indulge in calories rich food. Recent research conducted by the National Institute for the Study of Aging (NIA), from Maryland, suggest that caloric restriction does not help to extend the life of primates.