Saturday, January 28, 2017

Essential Oils: A Viable Health Care Alternative

Adam Mahan
Essential oils, in all shapes and forms, have been used all over the world for decades for a variety of different purposes. However, not many people know there are actually a few different types of essential oils that can be used. All of which are fine and dandy, but clinical grade oils, which can be more difficult to come by, are what we should all be investing our money in. What exactly am I talking about? Well, let me explain.  

Different Types of Essential oils
In general, there are four different types of essential oils:
1. Oils for recreational use, such as candles or perfume.
2. OIls made solely for food flavorings
3. OIls that are classified as "therapeutic," but are actually watered down versions of the real thing
4. OIls used for medicinal and clinical purposes.
The first two, although pleasing to the nose and mouth, aren't exactly good for much else. These oils are distilled to the point where they lose all credible value. In order to be used for clinical purposes, the plants which the oils are extracted from have to be grown, harvested, and handled a certain way. However, many companies with clinical grade oils each have their own personal way of going about this.
Are Clinical Grade Oils Right For Me?
I'm gonna go right ahead and say yes! Clinical grade oils are always a fantastic option. Although they are a tad more expensive and harder to come by, they also have life-changing benefits! For example, just the act of inhaling these oils, also called aromatherapy, can benefit you by improving your blood pressure and adrenaline production. And if you're human, which you probably are if you're reading this, you most likely have had a bad mood at least once. Well, there are oils that can fix that right away. Lavender and Jasmine have been proven to reduce insomnia, depression, and anxiety.  There are also almost limitless ways to use the oils. you can inhale them, apply topically, use them orally, etc. etc. Basically, real clinical grade oils can be used to help improve your every day life, and I urge you to do more research on them for yourself.

Thursday, January 19, 2017

What Big Pharma Isn't Telling You About Cannabis Could Kill You

By: Adam Mahan
Marijuana. When this word is heard, many people automatically think of hippies, Woodstock, and teenagers who don't have jobs and like messing with their cognitive abilities. No doubt, this is a large chunk of the culture surrounding this plant, but using it to get high at your favorite band's concert is not its only function. In fact, Cannabis has been used for medicinal purpose for thousands of years.

So where Did This Weed Thing Start
Cannabis was used widely in ancient China, and dates back to 4000 B.C., where it was used as an anesthetic for surgeries. However, it was not only found in China, it was used all over the ancient world for a variety of different purposes. Over the next few centuries, Cannabis migrated to different parts of the ancient world, travelling through Asia, into the Middle East, through Europe and Africa, found its way to South America sometime in the 19th century, and, finally, reached North America at the beginning of the 20th century. It was brought into the United States through Mexico by immigrants who were leaving their country during the Mexican Revolution in 1910-1911. The American officials never saw the difference in the various forms of Cannabis, and, in 1915, it was outlawed. By 1931, it was illegal in 29 different states. In 1937, the DEA started regulating the use of Cannabis, and criminalized the possession of it throughout the country.

Is It Really Medicine?
Aside from smoking Marijuana in a joint, blunt, bong, pipe, what have you, it can be used in a variety of different ways and can treat and/or help with many different diseases. In Ancient China, cannabis was made into a tea to treat diseases such as gout, malaria, memory impairment, and rheumatism. Chinese physicians mixed cannabis with wine and used it as an anesthetic which people would drink before their surgeries. Physicians would also use it to treat blood clots, tapeworms, and constipation. In India, cannabis was used medicinally, religiously, and recreationally. The people of India also made it into special drinks to treat various things. One of the most common is a drink called bhang, which is comprised of cannabis, milk, ghee, and various spices. Bhang was known to help rid people of anxiety, make people happier, and improve mental abilities. That's not all it can do, though. Bhang was also used to cure dysentry, sunstroke, get rid of phlegm, speed up the digestion process, increase appetite, increase intellect, and make you more alert. In Medieval Europe, cannabis was used for treating tumors, coughs, and jaundice. It's no surprise that, to this day, medicinal marijuana is still being used, and can even help with HIV/AIDs, Parkinson's disease, Crohn's disease, multiple sclerosis, and even some forms of Cancer. While research into medical marijuana is limited due to various restrictions, more and more benefits are being discovered each and every day.

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Wednesday, January 11, 2017


You go to the gym, take your supplements, do your workout, take even more supplements, leave, and maybe even load your body with more supplements when you get home. If you are someonewho frequents the gym, or an aspiring athlete, this routine probably sounds all too familiar. Something else that will probably be familiar is the horrible side effects from the store bought pills and drink mixes you bought. Now, what if I told you there was a way to workout normally and take your favorite supplements with little to no side effects? Luckily, there are multiple natural products you can use to get ripped and feel good doing it.

Side Effects of Workout Supplements
Creatine, testosterone boosters, pre-workout supplements, fat burners, all are associated with some pretty nasty side effects. What I'm talking about, of course, is stomach cramps, muscle cramps, nausea, diarrhea, weight gain, kidney stress, and dehydration. Not something you'd want, right? And, by far, the worst part of workout supplements is they only have short term effects. Sure, you want that extra boost in energy and focus, but that's not going to last forever. You want something that will help you be healthy, fit, and energetic in the long run, right?

Thursday, January 5, 2017

Moringa, The Real Weight Loss Hero

Moringa Oleifera And Its Weight Loss Capabilities
By:  Adam Mahan

Anybody who has tried dieting or been on a weight loss regiment knows that shedding those extra pounds can be quite difficult. Luckily, you don't have to stick with whatever products they're trying to sell you on TV. You can use all natural weight loss supplements to rid yourself of extra weight and get the body you truly want. One of my personal favorites is Moringa Oleifera.

What is it?

Moringa Oleifera, also known as the drumstick tree due to its appearance, is a plant most commonly found in India. It can be found in other places in the world, but it's usually found in dry and sandy environments. Right off the tree, Moringa contains vitamin A, iron, magnesium, calcium, and potassium. Fun fact: Moringa has almost 4 times more calcium than a glass of milk. Pretty cool, right?

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