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When Marijuana is Legal Opioid Prescriptions Fall

Do you take painkillers regularly or are you thinking of taking painkillers regularly? Maybe consider CBD instead. Read why people have given up opioid painkillers for CBD’s.

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6 Home Remedies For Ear Aches

Ear aches are no fun. Actually at this very moment I have an ear ache and let me tell you it is an inconvenience – to say the least. I found this easy to read chart and now I want to share it with you. Enjoy!

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Give this DIY antibacterial wound healing ointment a try next time you or your child gets a cut or scrape. It certainly seems to work far better than that store-bought “Neo-antibiotic.”

Just don’t use this on deep puncture wounds or open, bleeding wounds. And if your wound has an infection that doesn’t improve in a short time using this recipe, don’t hesitate to get proper medical attention!

Healing Ointment HERE

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1 in 3 Cats Get Cancer

Sadly 1 in 3 cats get cancer. What would you do to save your beloved cat?

What if I told you that there are ways to decrease the chance of your cat getting cancer?

Find out what you can do to lower your cats risk of cancer. Or maybe you need to learn about natural or integrative treatments.

Watch this video HERE to find out more

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61% of Dogs Get Cancer

Sadly 61% of dogs get cancer. What would you do to save your beloved dog?

What if I told you that there are ways to decrease the chance of your dog getting cancer?

Find out what you can do to lower your dogs risk of cancer. Or maybe you need to learn about natural or integrative treatments.

Watch this video HERE to find out more

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Oils for Dogs

We know essential oils are great for humans. Did you know they are also good for animals? Here’s a good dilution chart to get you started.

Please remember: Just like giving your pet any other type of medicine please watch for any allergies and make adjustments as needed.

Full Chart HERE

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Home Remedies for Heartburn

1. Baking Soda

Baking soda, also known as sodium bicarbonate, provides quick and easy relief from heartburn. Being a natural antacidit neutralizes stomach acid and works within minutes, giving you relief from heartburn pain.

  1. Mix 1 teaspoon of baking soda into a glass of water.
  2. Optionally, you can also mix in a few drops of lemon juice.
  3. Drink it for instant relief.
  4. Repeat 2 or 3 times daily, if needed.

Caution: Any kind of antacid should not be given to children under 6 years of age.

9 more remedies HERE

** We at Return Health always recommend you always consult your doctor. Remedies are not meant to be your only means of care. Although they may help in an emergency situation, it’s always best to know if any remedy is ok for you to try. We at Return Health are not your only means of information. **

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18 Natural Headaches Ridding Remedies

Headaches are a common condition that many people deal with on a daily basis.

Ranging from uncomfortable to downright unbearable, they can disrupt your day-to-day life.

Several types of headaches exist, with tension headaches being the most common. Cluster headaches are painful and happen in groups or “clusters,” while migraines are a moderate-to-severe type of headache.

Although many medications are targeted at relieving headache symptoms, a number of effective, natural treatments also exist.

Here are 18 effective home remedies to naturally get rid of headaches.

18 Remedies HERE

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Detox teas are not a panacea for weight loss. You still have to do more than just drink tea. No amount of tea can help you lose weight if you do not follow a sensible nutrition plan. However, detox teas can curb appetite, raise metabolism, burn fat, improve digestion, reduce fat absorption, boost energy or promote weight loss in another way.  Moreover, detox teas reduce inflammation and promote skin health, which is a great reason to make detox teas your healthy drinks staples.

Reach for tea instead of sugar-loaded drinks like sodas and you will not only cut your calorie intake, which is essential for weight loss, but also boost your metabolism. This will allow you to burn more fat.

5 detox tea recipes HERE

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Good Sleep Better Health

You’ve probably heard people say that bedtime is the best time of the day, and it’s been proven that a good night’s sleep is extremely important. The amount we get can affect our wellbeing, productivity and health both positively and negatively. Want to know more? Here’s a little science behind it all! How well do you sleep?

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Essential Oils for Pain

Every once in while I have body pains, but I really do NOT like to take pain medicine. Here is a list of the best essential oils for pain.

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Why Intermittent Fasting Is Good

Intermittent fasting is an eating pattern where you cycle between periods of eating and fasting.

Numerous studies show that it can have powerful benefits for your body and brain.

Here are 10 evidence-based health benefits of intermittent fasting.

1. Intermittent Fasting Changes The Function of Cells, Genes and Hormones

When you don’t eat for a while, several things happen in your body.

For example, your body initiates important cellular repair processes and changes hormone levels to make stored body fat more accessible.

Here are some of the changes that occur in your body during fasting:

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8 Tricks to Improving Eye Health

Poor eyesight is a problem that many people have to deal with. For some the problem is focusing on objects close to their face, for others it is trying to make out objects that are far away.

Wearing glasses or contacts usually helps, but is there a way to repair your vision? Definitely! Here’s how:

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Natural Ways to Recover from a Stroke

Common controllable risk factors for stroke include:

  • the use of alcohol or illicit drugs, such as cocaine
  • smoking
  • a lack of exercise or physical activity
  • a poor diet
  • an unhealthy weight
  • diabetes
  • stress
  • depression
  • poor cholesterol levels
  • high blood pressure
  • the use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, such as ibuprofen and naproxen, but not aspirin

According to a 50-year study of strokes in India, where strokes are more common than in Western countries, managing the risk factors for stroke was the best option for prevention. One-third of the people in their sample size made education and lifestyle changes to control their risk factors. These changes proved to be the most effective way to prevent another stroke in this population.

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Gut Fungi-Why It’s Good

In the past couple of years, you’ve likely heard much talk about the bacteria that live inside your digestive system, what scientists and doctors now call the gut microbiome. All that buzz is for good reason. Researchers have found that these tiny bugs can have an influence on our health, though how much and in what ways is still unknown. Store shelves are now full of products promising to deliver these beneficial bacteria, though many of them have little, if any, evidence to back up their claims.

But if it surprised you to learn that trillions of bacteria have made your colon their permanent homestead, this might throw your stomach for an even bigger lurch: Bacteria aren’t alone. Fungi, parasites, viruses, and archaea all live there, too. Yes: The same group of organisms that includes yeasts, molds, and various mushrooms also inhabits your gut, as do various viral organisms and parasitic species. And scientists are finding that they can have an effect on our health, too.

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