This Little-Known Natural Treatment Eats Away Keloids

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Keloids are excess scar tissue that forms on your skin at the site of an injury. Virtually any type of skin injury can lead to a keloid, including not only surgery or trauma but acne, burns, chicken pox and even ear piercing, vaccination sites and minor scratches.[i] When you have a wound, your body gathers […]

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Why Double Your Dose of Proteolytic Enzymes?

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Proteolytic enzymes have an unsurpassed ability to fight chronic inflammation and underlying pain. Unlike ordinary enzymes, proteolytic enzymes can migrate to other parts of your body, entering your bloodstream where they literally seek and destroy “danger zones,” like scar tissue and blood vessels packed with fibrin. These powerhouse enzymes work systemically to fight inflammation in […]

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Interstitial Cystitis: Little-Known Secret to Heal This Painful Bladder Syndrome

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Interstitial cystitis, or painful bladder syndrome, makes you feel like you need to urinate frequently, even when there’s only a small amount of urine in your bladder. It causes symptoms including bladder pressure, bladder pain and pelvic pain that can be severe. Some people describe it as having a chronic urinary tract infection, although if […]

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Systemic Enzymes Fight Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) causes extreme unexplained fatigue that is not improved by sleeping and may become worse after physical or mental exertion. There is no blood test or scan for diagnosis, so it’s typically diagnosed if you have fatigue accompanied by at least four of the eight following symptoms, and last for at least […]

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Trouble Breathing? Little-Known Natural Secret to Treat Pulmonary Fibrosis

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If you’re a smoker or you work in an occupation that exposes you to air pollutants (construction, mining, farming, etc.), you could have pulmonary fibrosis, which occurs when the tissue around and between the air sacs in your lungs becomes scarred and thickens. The scar tissue makes it more difficult for your body to receive […]

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Golf Ball-Sized Scar Tissue… Disappears

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  When Dave started taking Heal-n-Soothe®, the first thing he noticed was it ended the nausea and stomach pain caused by his pain meds almost overnight. For Dave, that alone was enough to continue taking it. But the real surprise came a few months later. Having had two lower back surgeries, Dave’s regular doctor and […]

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Natural Anti-Inflammatories for Pain Relief

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A number of back-pain sufferers I work with tell me they’re in way too much pain to take the steps needed for long-term relief. While they’re looking forward to solving their back pain problem once and for all, they can barely move right now. Let me now address the topic of short-term pain relief. Sometimes […]

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"God In a Bottle"

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What One Customer Called All-Natural Heal-n-Soothe® After He Got Overnight Back Pain Relief Greg Moormann isn’t even 60 years old. But he was one step from a wheelchair due to crippling chronic back pain. And the pain was getting worse. A professional audio technician and co-owner of CS Gymnastics in Flanders, NJ, Greg relies on […]

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6 Top Turmeric Health Benefits

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Turmeric has been hitting health news headlines for the past few years as one of the most powerful antioxidants you never knew you needed. But what’s so special about this yellowish-orange root, anyway? Turmeric has been used by Indian and Asian cultures for thousands of years for dyes, spices, and its medicinal properties. It is […]

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How to Prevent a Broken Hip

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The 7 Key Steps I once asked my grandmother what she thought was the best way to prevent a broken hip. She immediately responded, “Don’t fall in the first place!” While her response may have been sarcastic, she has a point. The most common cause of a fractured hip is taking an unexpected tumble. Unfortunately, […]

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