Monthly Archives: May 2013

Painkillers taken by millions could increase heart risk: Prolonged use ‘leads to significant danger’

NEWS OUT TODAY….. The drugs known  as NSAIDs include ibuprofen, diclofenac and coxibs They are  used by sufferers of arthritis and other forms of chronic  pain Devil’s Claw, found in FlexiHerb is a natural way to relieve chronic pain without the … Continue reading

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Menopause DOES affect a woman’s memory – especially if she suffers badly from hot flushes

Women who have the most hot flushes have the greatest problems with memory during menopause They also have memory difficulties for the longest To help relieve common menopause symptoms, try one of our natural remedies MenoHerb, containing Black Cohosh, MenoMood, … Continue reading

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Are you perimenopausal?

For full article click here Are you perimenopausal?. We have a range of products to relieve symptoms:- MenoHerb containing Black Cohosh for relief of symptoms such as hot flushes, night sweats and temporary changes in mood (such as nervous irritability … Continue reading

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Be Nice to Nettles!

We are in the middle of Be Nice to Nettles Awareness Week (15-26th June). Yes, such a thing exists, and quite rightly as nettles have many health and environmental benefits….

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A stressful job really CAN kill you – by raising your cholesterol – try Vitano Rhodiola rosea!!

Work-related  stress changes the way body handles fat Leads to raised  levels of ‘bad’ LDL cholesterol And very  low levels of ‘good’ HDL cholesterol Rhodiola rosea is a natural de-stressor which is particularly good for people who have to manage … Continue reading

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Vitamin D ‘helps beat symptoms of asthma’ – and so does Kaloba!!

Supplements could soon be used as treatment alongside other drugs Vitamin D has the potential to significantly  cut the symptoms of sufferers. Scientists at King’s College London made the  discovery The ‘sunshine’ vitamin resulted in lower  levels of a natural … Continue reading

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Overdone it in the garden?

It was a long time coming, but most of us enjoyed the warmest weekend of the year over the May Day Bank Holiday.  The garden craves love and attention after a longer than usual winter season.  However, if you have … Continue reading

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