Natural Anti Aging and Rosacea Blog
With winter nearly here, its time to start preparing for the cold and flu season. We have put together a few suggestions of ways to help prevent infections
through natural remedies that boost the immune system and help your body cleanse toxins.
Garlic is well known throughout history as a food that fights infections from bacteria and viruses. Garlic stimulates and activates the
immune system to help fight off and destroy cold and flu viruses. Handy tip - Chew a healthy-sized sprig or two of parsley after eating the garlic
as it helps minimise the garlic smell.
MiSMo’s unique Magnesium Gel Forte with MSM formulation is now available in a convenient roller bottle size. This ideal size makes it perfect for those hard to reach areas when pain grabs. Why choose MiSMo’s Magnesium Gel roller bottle? Unique formulation. Other Magnesium Oil products available contain only magnesium and water. MiSMo’s formulation includes Magnesium Chloride Powder, Organic Aloe Vera, Rice Bran Oil, Hyaluronic Acid and MSM (source of organic Sulphur) MiSMo’s Magnesium Magnesium Gel Forte includes a very high concentration of...Read More
With Winter around the corner and mornings dark and chilly the motivation to move and exercise gets that little bit harder. (Believe me I know, I am facing this very battle at the moment!) But I do know each time I drag myself out of bed and complete that boxercise class, my energy levels are boosted, my mood is lifted and my day tends to go that little bit smoother each time I’ve incorporated some kind of movement into it. In fact the flow on effect from exercise/movement is huge and impacts not only physically and mentally, but believe it...Read More
Did you know carpal tunnel syndrome is the most commonly reported repetitive strain injury (RSI) that occurs in the workplace? This syndrome affects the hands, arms, shoulders, neck and backs of those who continue to use the same repeated movements day in day out over a long period of time, years in fact. What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome? "Carpal tunnel syndrome is named for the eight bones in the wrist – the carpals. They form a tunnel-like passage filled with tendons that control finger movement and the median nerve that carries nerve impulses to and from...Read More