Gastroparesis can be thought of as a semi-paralysis of the GI tract. Peristalsis is the movement of food down the GI tract: After you swallow food, it moves from the mouth to the esophagus to the stomach, the small intestine, large intestine, and rectum. 1,001 more words
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Most modern Westerners associate turmeric as an anti-inflammatory agent, and indeed, traditionally this root was often used in an Ayurvedic approach to reduce inflammation of the throat and tonsils, and as an anti-inflammatory herb for many other aches and pains including muscle aches, back pain, cramping, and joint pain.
have you ever felt like you don’t matter? Like what you want, need, feel, think is not even remotely important or relevant? I feel like I am in the middle of this shit storm of anger, resentment, fear, and pain and I have no way to get out and no say how it resolves, or if it even does resolve itself. 928 more words
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Nettles, despite their perfect adaptation to North America, are not native but where brought over from England by John Josselyn. This hardy plant can be seen on nature walks throughout temperate regions throughout the world and presents a pretty and delicate array of greenish-white flowers, and of course the bristles and hairs that put the ‘sting’ into stinging nettles.
Neuropathy is often an issue that starts at the spine. When people have poor spinal alignment, nerve to brain communication suffers. This commonly results in a range of troublesome health issues including persistent pain. 309 more words