• The Macrobiotic Diet

    The initial registered practice of “macrobiotics” was created in the writings of Hippocrates. The term “macrobiotics’ comes in the Greek; macro meaning “excellent” and bios meaning “life.” This is a lifestyle that proposes living by eating a diet that’s balanced and not complex. A Japanese man named George Ohsawa began the modern practice of have »more

  • Prostate massage

    Prostate – an organ in the body of a man who is responsible for the formation and excretion out of sperm. The prostate is a large number of ducts, because of what massage has a great curative effect. Some men feel a massage «shameful» procedure, but it is misleading – prostate massage is done for »more

  • Should All Enlarged Tonsils Be Removed in Children

    What to Do with Enlarged Tonsils Tonsils and Adenoids are collection of lymphoid tissue that help body fight infections. They trap bacteria and viruses entering the throat and form protective antibodies against them. The tonsils are located on both sides at the back of throat. The adenoids are located higher and further back. where nasal »more

  • Lemon Balm

    Lemon balm is a member of the mint family. Although native to Europe, it grows around the world. At maturity, the plant reaches around two feet in height and sometimes grows higher if left unattended. Clusters of light yellow flowers grow at the junction of the leaf and stem. The deeply wrinkled leaves, similar in »more

  • Ways to use Pumpkin Pie Spice

    Pumpkin pie spice is a blend of the spices commonly used in pumpkin pie. It typically includes cinnamon, nutmeg, and at least one of the following: cloves, allspice, and mace. Sometimes it includes ground cardamom. All of these are spices many of us would associate with the smell of a cozy kitchen on a cold »more

  • The Salty Dog

    The Salty Dog is a drink that seems to conjure up images of rum; the name does after all bring forth images of old sea dogs and pirates. The Salty Dog though is a drink that is traditionally created from a base of gin, although it is very common for vodka to be used in »more

  • Using Honey for Healthily Cooking

    Honey contains natural antioxidants, so it has a positive benefit in boosting the body’s immune system. Eating honey is also helpful in maintaining a healthy heart. Honey is very versatile, and it is easy to digest. Incorporating sweet and healthful honey into a well balanced diet is not difficult to do. Depending on the country »more

  • Properties of Cumin and how to use in it Cooking

    Cumin is a ubiquitous spice in many parts of the world, popularly used for centuries in the cuisine of countries like India, Turkey, and Greece, and in regions like the Middle East and South America. The cumin plant, which is slender, delicate-looking and long-leaved, resembling something like a shorter dill plant with white or rose-colored »more

  • Review of Parallel 49s Salty Scot Ale

    So here’s today’s question. When purchasing craft brewed beer, is it reasonable to expect those brewers to make their beer according to style? Ask this question at the next meeting of your local home brew club and you’ll ignite an amazing debate. The reason it becomes a question is because craft brewers just love to »more

  • Uses for Basil

    Basil is an aromatic annual that reaches about two feet tall, looks like its relatives, the mint family, only with more branches and which blossoms white or purple in summer. It will grow easily from seed in well drained and composted soil and should be planted after the frosts have been. Basil’s big advantage especially »more