Health is Wealth

We all can agree that keeping the state of our overall health in check is vital to our survival. Many of us also agree–if we aren’t already–that we don’t want to be filling endless amounts of prescriptions at the pharmacy each month. Speaking of, have you ever noticed all the side effects that come with these pills? Trying to cure one thing seems like the leading cause to the next these days, doesn’t it? If you were told you could knock out many, if not practically all, of your medical concerns by turning to natural remedies from home, would you be interested in learning what those said remedies are? Well, today is your lucky day. Join us as we dive deep into remedies outside of the pharmacy that will have you feeling better so much quicker.

Health is Wealth


The most well-known effect of meditation is stress relief but there is way more benefits of the action than you may realize:

  • Promotes emotional health
  • Enhances self-awareness
  • Fights addictions
  • Reduces age related memory loss
  • Lengthens attention span
  • Lowers blood pressure and risk of contracting common diseases

Tea Tree Oil

Better known as the skin whisperer being so popular treating acne because of:

  • Anti-inflammatory benefits (*it is thought to calm redness, swelling and inflammation)
  • Anti-viral
  • Antifungal (*can help cure athlete’s foot, contact dermatitis or head lice)

Turmeric & Ginger

One pot of curry a day truly could keep the doctors away. This combination:

  • Acts as an inflammation killer, which will also lead to the reduction of pain in the body
  • Decrease nausea
  • Support immune function

Black Cumin Seed Oil

This oil can be digested orally with a dropper (in pill form or rubbed directly on to the skin):

  • Allergies/Asthma (*if diffused properly)
  • Skin benefits – rashes/psoriasis
  • Digestion
  • Inhibit growth of cancer cells
  • Combat fungus

Dark Leafy Greens

Dark leafy greens like kale, spinach, cabbage, beetroot, watercress, romaine lettuce, and arugula.

  • Supports optimal gut health
  • Makes your skin glow
  • Supports bone health
  • Relieves stress
  • Supports healthy aging
  • Improves inflammation
  • Supports immune system


The following health benefits have been associated with Magnesium:

  • Bone health
  • Diabetes
  • Heart health
  • Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)


Not only does it taste great but it:

  • Improves cardiovascular health
  • Repairs damaged tissues
  • Builds cognitive intelligence
  • Assists in proper thyroid function


We are talking about the leaf or the extracted oil (not traditional candy canes and breath mints):

  • Eases digestive upsets
  • Helps relieve headaches and migraines
  • Relieves clogged sinuses
  • Improves energy
  • Fights bacterial infections
  • Improves sleep (some peppermint tea before bed could be the answer to a wonderful night’s rest)

Let us know if there are any other natural remedies that you or someone you know have taken and seen some serious results. If you know of any natural side effects (most likely due to your body detoxing) that has happened while experimenting with any of the remedies above, share that as well.


Anything you have read is for educational purposes only. We are not Doctors and do not intend to override what you have been told is best for you. Consult with a professional before you try anything that may have interested you.

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