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10 Quotes To Inspire the Bold Woman in You

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Be the Bold Woman You Really Are Bold woman, I’m wondering if you say the right kinds of thoughts to yourself. If you don’t, you should. Many of you bold men may also need these reminders about possessing courage and being persistent despite fear: 1.“Well-behaved women seldom make history.” – Laurel Thatcher Ulrich 2. “Every person who […]

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Pain-Brain: How Odors Change Things Pt.2

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Pain-brain blues continue! In “The Smell of Pain,” an article published by the Naturopathic Doctor News and Review, Sarah A. LoBisco, ND, argues that chronic pain affects more people than diabetes, heart disease and cancer combined. Based on researched compiled by the American Academy of Pain Management, …50-75% of patients dying of cancer report pain, even […]

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Pain/Brain: How Odors Change Things

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This is Part 1 of Pain/Brain: How Odors Change Things. The perception of pain is picked up by the brain through smelling odors and aromas, or not. I came across John McGann, PhD, who studies the olfactory system in humans and mice, and is an associate professor of psychology and behavioral and systems neuroscience at […]

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12 Sun Signs Part 2

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6 More Sun Signs and Their Stress Indicators This continues the sun signs discussion. Each sign represents a reason to stop beating yourself up about your health, and de-stress instead. (3/2/17) We drew from and adapted wisdom in the Complete Textbook of Holistic Self-Diagnosis (L.O. Afrika, 2013). This book confirms that a person’s immune system, state of health and vitality can be […]

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Why Sage (Oil) Is Significant

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Sage is a very old remedy for an assortment of physical ills, and is mentioned in ancient health writings, circa 200 C.E. There are two major types in use today, Salvia sclarea (clary sage) and Salvia officinalis. The latter is “regular” or garden sage for kitchen use. Both are of the mint family of plants.  I drank sage tea to dry up […]

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Therapeutic Tuesday

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Family Faith Friends Fun Field Finance Fitness These are the 7  essential oil blends of the Infusion kit by Young Living Essential Oils. Created by the “Oola Guys,” the blends are a feat of aromatherapy and work just as their names imply. My personal story is: whenever I dab on Fitness™ oil blend before going to work […]

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Ylang Ylang Oil

Matthew 12:37 Words either acquit or condemn HQ Fater 35:10 The good words ascend to God HQ Al Zumar 39:18 …examine all the words then choose/follow the best… FOCUS ON YLANG YLANG hypotensor reproductive stimulant scalp tonic sedative, calming, anxiolytic Don’t we want our words to strengthen and improve self and kind? So get help […]

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Your 7 Perfect Senses

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Last Day of KWANZAA: Habari Gani? — IMANI — (Faith) Habarigani! It makes sense — the perfection of you is your perfect senses. They are always working whether consciously controlled or not. You have faith your senses will always work for you. This same faith can apply to any area of your life. There are at least […]

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Organic Update

Centenarians, those who live past 100, have typically NOT been vegetarian, vegan, or avoided pork. This is especially true in the USA. This update does not promote that which is called “organic” for longevity reasons, but for daily health reasons. If you’ve only read newspapers, magazines, or blogposts, but haven’t seen the documentaries Food or […]

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State of the World

Dear One Who Would Be Healthy, In this post-election environment, Newark, New Jersey, is the site of the State of The Black World Conference. I inquired as to whether  there would be a healing room or some attention paid to people’s mental health condition at the conference, but my email was not answered.     […]

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