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by Pharmacology UniversityThe cannabis plant is one of the supplements associated with sexuality since ancient times. Cannabis has been used throughout history not only as a medicinal plant but also as a potent aphrodisiac. Nowadays, the knowledge of how the endocannabinoid system works, as it exists in our organism and how relates to the plant; has helped explain this phenomenon that makes cannabis and its derivatives, an attractive alternative to integrate into sexual life.
by E.S. CurryDo you know what a “Flying Sabuki” is? During a week’s vacation together in the Adirondack Mountains, writer E.S. Curry discovers, through nature and his son Åsmund’s imagination, what this phenomenon is and so much more. This uplifting testament to the joys of fatherhood is a must-read for anyone who wants to learn about the connection and bonding rituals that cement the father-son relationship—electronics and distraction free. E.S. Curry and his son Åsmund teach us about working together ... more
by Elizabeth Muller, Elizabeth Hawkins, PhD, MPH, Sanjeev Jain, MD, PhDFood allergy is the new epidemic of the 21st century, and the rise in incidence among kids is alarming. This information-packed book was written by a food allergy mom, a psychologist, and a physician expert in the ﬁeld of food allergies. It is a comprehensive source of practical knowledge for parents, teachers, caregivers, and others who are concerned about food allergies and want to know how best to treat them. The chapters clarify which food allergy treatments are grounded in modern medicine a... more
by David Medansky
"Break the Chains of Dieting" provides HOPE for you to finally lose weight in a healthy manner without going on a diet and keep it off. "Break the Chains of Dieting" is different from the thousands of other weight loss books. It offers a simple, practical, step-by-step approach to healthy weight loss without dieting through the lessons of fables, analogies, and short stories.
The 9 Principles in "Break the Chains of Dieting" will help reduce the risk for he... more
by Barbara J. PetersFirst the book discusses basic information about blended families, such as a definition and statistics. The reader then is presented with easy-to-read recipes for success in numerous areas of family life, such as flexibility and finances. The next section offers options for handling adversity. An end-of-book work area allows readers to plan their own family strategies. The book offers references and is illustrated as if in a cookbook format.
by Doris Steiner DienerQuilt-making has been a hobby, only receiving the droplets of time tossed off by the waves of a heavily committed lifestyle. Perhaps that explains why each quilt has been motivated by some aspect of the circumstances or people that shaped my reality. Quilts are silent storytellers. They hold together the substantive pieces of life—events, feelings, people, and beliefs. Each piece is a significant part of the whole. The quilts of my past help recall the circumstances that surrounded them, bringin... more
by Tom GarzCoronavirus-The Inside Story: Multidimensional Prevention and Treatment This book focuses mostly on how the Psychological-Emotional aspects of this Pandemic affect our Immune System to fight off Coronavirus, as well as other illnesses. Ebook and/or Paperback- https://books2read.com/u/bMPRp5
Paging Dr. Within : How to Become, Be, and/or Make a “Patient Listener” and/or a “Super Symptom Checker”by Tom GarzPaging Dr. Within: How to Become, Be, and/or Make a “Patient Listener” and/or a “Super Symptom Checker” - describes the Concepts of a "Patient Listener" and a "Super Symptom Checker" – Human, Technology, and/or Technology-Assisted Human – Considering the "Big Picture" around Health and/or Symptoms. – Ebook and/or Paperback- https://books2read.com/u/mBgJnA
by Jonah Y JosephFind out how to make sustainable lifestyle changes to dramatically improve your health and take control of your blood sugar for good. Diabetes is a growing health concern worldwide, and in the US alone, about 1.5 million new cases are diagnosed each year. Of those cases, almost 95% are diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. While the prevalence of Type 2 diabetes is a concern, there is some good news: both Type 2 diabetes and prediabetes -- an early warning sign that Type 2 diabetes could be round ... more
by Pamela S. ShowalterWhat began as an effort to manage stress through journaling, The Caregiver's Journey chronicles five years the authors spent caring for a loved one who lived hundreds of miles away. Realizing their hard-earned lessons could help smooth the path of those in similar situations, The Caregiver's Journey serves as a roadmap for anyone navigating the role of caregiver. The chronological narrative, interspersed with tips and recommendations, helps readers better understand their path as caregivers, whi... more
by Mary DiCaro
What if what you've been told about aging is wrong? Is there a way to prevent and even reverse the chronic diseases of aging?
These are important questions few of us consider until we are confronted with declining health, chronic pain, or a life-altering diagnosis.
Rates of chronic disease continue to rise steeply because the focus has been on symptom suppression and not the root causes and prevention of disease.
The good news is the body provides... more
by Michael Alvear
by Clarice IngramIn her work as a community health nurse, Clarice Ingraham has discovered that traditionally, Bahamian woman play a major role in the country's society, as do women in all developing countries. The nation is both family-orientated and tourism-dependent. Women are housekeepers and often the sole bread winners in their families. They often work in the hotel industries that comprise about 75 percent of the workforce. Maternal morbidity refers to the rate of incidence of disease, whereas the mortalit... more
by Ricardo SerranoThe theoretical basis of Six healing Qigong sounds (Liu Zi Jue) is the Five Elements of Traditional Chinese Medicine (metal, wood, water, fire and earth), and Five Solid Viscera (heart, liver, spleen, lungs and kidneys). The Six healing Qigong sounds gently vibrate, and massage our internal organs, boost our immune system, clear stagnation and stale energy from our body, harmonize our emotions, balance our body and spirit creating a state of inner peace and radiant energy. The sound Xu tonify... more
by Katrina Johnson
Saturdays with Daddy, the first book in the Zaria's Garden series, teaches kids the fundamentals of gardening, helping them build skills that will last a lifetime. Readers will learn about seeds and soils, a return to a more sustainable approach to living and growing food, and how to bring the food that we produce to the family table.
Patrick Johnson has been active in the sustainable agriculture and sustainable living movements for over thirty yea... more
by Carrie LeskowitzYour home is a more than an address-it's a reflection of your soul. Your living space mirrors your inner space, telling the story of your life through your physical home. Function and feeling go hand in hand. The sacred place you call home supports the foundation for your inner balance and an empowering, fulfilling life. When limiting beliefs, negativity, and stress surround you, it's time to dive deep into who you are to build an environment where you are at home within yourself. In OM fo... more