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  • How to Love Your Beneficial Gut Bacteria

    While we frequently associate bacteria with problems like respiratory and skin infections, there are actually countless species of “good” bacteria that allow plants, animals and humans to flourish. Great examples of beneficial bacteria are the types that reside in your gut.  Read More

  • What’s New at Blessed Herbs? We Can’t Wait to Tell You!

    Blessed Herbs has just made it easier to restore and maintain a healthy intestinal environment with Friendly Bacteria Optimizer™, a high-potency probiotic formula that promotes optimal digestive health and a strong immune system.

    Here are some of the reasons we’re so excited to offer Friendly Bacteria Optimizer to our valued customers.  Read More

  • The Do’s and Don’ts of Joint-Friendly Sleeping

    After a long tiring day, you settle into bed and sleep like a baby. But instead of feeling refreshed and energized in the morning, you experience the exact opposite. Perhaps you can barely turn your neck…or you feel sharp pain in your shoulder blade…or maybe it’s your lower back that feels as stiff as a board. How can a good night’s sleep end so badly?

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  • 10 Good Reasons to Love Dandelions

    If ever there was a natural herb that was misunderstood and vilified by millions of people, it’s the poor dandelion. Every summer throughout the US, millions of dollars and thousands of man hours are spent eradicating this perennial flowering herb by homeowners on a quest for a flawless “weed-free” lawn.

    Little do these well-meaning folks know that they could be saving their money and spending their time more wisely if they harvested these valuable plants instead to use in soups, salads, teas and side dishes. Since recorded time, dandelions have been widely used for food and medicinal purposes in North America, Europe and Asia. It’s only now, with a growing interest in natural herbal remedies, that dandelion, the scapegoat of all herbs, is beginning to gain some respect.

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  • Tired, Headachy and Constipated? It Might Be This

    A general rule of thumb for most adults is to drink eight 8-oz glasses of water every day to keep your body properly hydrated.  That may seem like a lot, but it’s really not when you consider how much you lose every day in the course of normal metabolism.  Read More

  • What Elite Athletes and Ancient Humans Have in Common

    Along with all the other amazing health benefits you derive from daily exercise, you can add comfortable, regular bowel movements to the list. This fact should be of great interest to the millions of Americans who cope with chronic constipation.  In fact, constipation is such a widespread problem, it is estimated that there are 2.5 million doctors’ visits every year by bloated, uncomfortable constipation sufferers looking for relief.  This surprisingly large number doesn’t even come close to reflecting the millions of people who suffer in silence or rely on laxatives to move their bowels.

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  • A Word to the Wise for Your Knees

    Your knees are the most vulnerable joints in your body.  Aside from the wear and tear they endure from supporting your weight and ensuring your mobility, your knees are also prone to injury from their limited range of motion.  While they are vital for all lower body movement, your knees are only meant to bend backward and then come forward in one smooth motion.

    Problems begin when sports, exercise, or even an unnatural twist of your body causes undo stress on one or both knees, usually from side to side compression, hyper-extension or over rotation.  When this occurs, you’re definitely going to feel the pain and frequently less mobility for a while.

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  • Can You Have Too Many Bowel Movements in a Day?

    For years we were told by healthcare professionals that anything other than a daily bowel movement is not “normal” or healthy. This left millions of people wondering if their twice daily or three times weekly bowel movements were a cause for concern ― especially if this was their usual bathroom frequency and their bowel movements were comfortable and otherwise normal.

    All that has changed.

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  • The ABCs of #2

    Your bowel movements say a lot about your digestive health, like whether there is enough fiber in your diet, if you may have developed a food intolerance or even whether parasites might be infecting your intestinal tract. TV’s Dr. Oz happens to be a proponent of checking your stools before you flush, for reasons such as these. Read More

  • 10 Facts You Can Learn from Your Poop

    It’s one of those topics we don’t bring up in polite conversations. In fact, most of us barely acknowledge it as a normal function of the human body, let alone discuss it.  We’re talking here about poop, BM’s, doo-doo… or whatever cute or polite name we can give to human feces.  Our embarrassment over bowel movements is really a shame because they happen to be the best indicator of your gastrointestinal health.
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  • 5 Natural Herbs for Healthy Spring Cleansing

    Whether they’re grown in your backyard or found in an exotic tropical locale, herbs have always played a vital role in the health and healing of mankind.  Our ancient ancestors may not have known the scientific or medicinal properties of the herbs on which they relied, but they did know that certain herbs could bring down a fever, cure a cough, stop a spreading infection and so much more.

    Modern research now knows that herbs can have a multitude of health benefits that may be as effective as the most potent pharmaceutical with the added benefit of being safe from synthetic chemicals.

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  • Making a Case for Cracking Your Knuckles

    “Stop cracking your knuckles. You’re going to get arthritis someday.”  How many of us had moms who preached these words to us over and over when we were kids? Well, here’s some news.  While mom may be right 99% of the time, on this particular topic she got it wrong.

    Knuckle cracking may be annoying to the people sitting nearby, but when it comes to your joints, it does absolutely no harm.

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