7 Possible Symptoms Of Drug Involvement And What To Look For

Physical Symptoms

Intoxication, slurred speech, unsteady walk, relaxation, relaxed inhibitions, impaired coordination, slowed reflexes

Look For

Smell of alcohol on clothes or breath, intoxicated behavior, hangover, glazed eyes


Addiction, accidents due to impaired ability and judgment, overdose when mixed with other depressants, heart and liver damage


Gas Pain

There are times when overindulgence, eating foods that don’t agree with us, or other factors that cause us to have gas pain. The easiest thing to do is reach for allspice in the cupboard.

Papaya Beauty Secret

The enzymes and vitamin A in a papaya are beneficial to your skin when taken internally or applied externally.

An Easy Liver Detox

The easiest way to cleanse you’re liver is to eat beets.

Healthy Hints To Lower Cholesterol

Manufacturers constantly sneak extra fat, sugar, and sodium into our food. But we can be just as sneaky in order to protect our heart. Just make room in your diet for flaxseed and nuts, two tiny but powerful weapons against high cholesterol.

Balancing Thyroid Function

When the gland is producing too much of these hormones, the body will burn up food much faster than normal and appetite will increase, but weight will be lost.

Herbal Tea For Tension Headache

Ginger decreases the production of pain-causing chemicals in the body. Chamomile and linden are mild relaxants that help ease emotional and physical tension 1 cup water 1 teaspoon fresh chopped ginger root 1 teaspoon dried chamomile 1 teaspoon dried linden Simmer the ginger in water in a covered pot for 5 minutes. Remove from heat … Continue reading

Herbal Options For A Healthy Mouth

 Tooth Powder This old-fashioned tooth powder doesn’t have the consistency that most people associate with toothpaste, but it leaves your teeth feeling clean, If you like a sweet tooth powder, add ½ teaspoon of stevia powder. ½ cup baking powder 1 teaspoon sea salt 2 teaspoons myrrh powder ½ teaspoon stevia powder (optional) 20 to … Continue reading

A Bowl Full of Cherries

Cherries are a good source of fiber, antioxidants and phytochemicals. They contain B vitamins, vitamin C, and Vitamin A (beta carotene). Sour cherries are higher in beta carotene than the sweet variety.

Cherries contain phosphorous, potassium, and iron.

Darker cherries contain greater amounts of magnesium, iron, and silicon.

Cherries are a good source of pectin, a soluble fiber that helps control blood pressure levels.

Cherries are also an abundant source of quercetin, a flavonoid with anticarcinogenic and antioxidant properties, which also helps reduce the risk of heart disease.

Natural Assitance For Constipation

Everyone will experience constipation at one time or another. The occasional natural remedy will do no harm. Problems occur when these remedies become habitual. Please remember that these are once-in-awhile remedies. Diet, exercise, and water are the everyday foundation of good bowel habits.