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The Medicine Woman’s Treasure chest – Hawthorn, May, Whitethorn

Reblogged from The Medicine Woman’s Treasure Chest on the blog of Sally Cronin!  CLICK THROUGH to the ORIGINAL POST and find some valuable information.

The botanical name of the Hawthorn is Crataegus monogyna and is sometimes known as May or Whitethorn. It is a shrub that can grow up to five feet tall in hedgerows and sunny woodland areas. The shr…

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Smorgasbord Health – Selenium – Heart Health, Immune system and The Skin

Reblogged from Smorgasbord Health! CLICK THROUGH to the ORIGINAL LINK and learn how to heart your heart!

This week we are going to look at the trace mineral Selenium in our series on minerals that are essential to our health. Selenium has a number of crucial functions within the body including playing…

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Smorgasbord Health – Your heart is only as good as the food you eat!

Food for thought from Sally Cronin. CLICK on THROUGH to the ORIGINAL LINK and check out this list of healthy ways to feed your heart!

The aim of this eating plan is to help maintain a healthy weight, reduce the risk of diabetes, atherosclerosis and high blood pressure all of which are contributory factors to heart disease. Ideall…

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Smorgasbord Health – The Heart and how it works

Have a heart? Then you’ll want to CLICK on THROUGH to the ORIGINAL POST from Sally Cronin and learn more about your heart and how it works!

It has been a couple of years since I featured the heart in its own series although I have included in related posts. We tend to think of the heart from an emotional perspective but in reality it i…

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Mineral of the week – Potassium – Blood Pressure, Bone, Heart and Kidney health

Click on through to this post by Sally Cronin.  Learn some easy ways to incorporate this Mineral of the Week into your body!

Potassium (K) is the most essential cation (positively charged electrolyte.) It reacts with sodium and chloride to maintain a perfect working environment in and around each cell. It is necessary fo…

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