Credit: iStock.com/royaltystockphoto Learning more about gonorrhea in general and how to treat gonorrhea at home is not the worst of ideas for any sexually active individual. In this article, we are going to tackle any misconceptions regarding how to cure gonorrhea without going to the doctor, and offer other tips for treatment for gonorrhea. How to Treat Gonorrhea at Home The fastest and most effective treatment for gonorrhea involves going to the doctor and getting a prescription for antibiotics. Unfortunately, many people avoid seeking medical treatment due to the social stigma surrounding STIs. As a result, they may not seek treatment of any kind. Most experts agree that gonorrhea can only be cured with a round of antibiotics. Not treating gonorrhea can lead to disastrous consequences like pelvic inflammatory disease in women, and inflammation of the prostate and epididymis in men. The following are a few supplementary ways to help treat and prevent gonorrhea symptoms at home. From … [Read more...] about How to Cure Gonorrhea Without Going To The Doctor
Sunday, March 04, 2018 by: Zoey Sky Tags: anti-cancer, broccoli, digestion, Enzymes, food preparation, Fresh, fresh food, goodfood, goodhealth, grocery, ingredients, myrosinase, nutrients, nutrition, sulforaphane, superfoods, vegetables, Veggies (Natural News) A group of scientists from Zhejiang University in China has determined “the healthiest way to eat broccoli.” The cruciferous vegetable is full of sulforaphane, a compound that can help maintain blood sugar levels. Studies even show that it might have anti-cancer properties. However, once broccoli is cooked for several minutes, the benefits of sulforaphane are destroyed. To absorb the compound, broccoli must be “damaged” before they can be absorbed. The study suggests chopping the vegetable into 2-millimeter (mm) pieces. The chopped broccoli must then “sit” for 90 minutes before it is gently stir-fried to boost their sulforaphane levels by 2.8 times. While … [Read more...] about You already know superfoods are full of nutrients – but do you know how to prepare those foods for maximum nutrient bioavailability?
Sunday, March 04, 2018 by: Frances Bloomfield Tags: food, food independence, food supply, gardening, harvest, home gardening, homesteading, seed saving, seeds, self-reliance (Natural News) Seed saving is exactly what it sounds like: it’s the practice of saving seeds, tubers, and other reproductive materials from plants. It’s a simple yet highly beneficial agricultural art that, sadly, has dwindled in application thanks to the rise of the industrial revolution. These days, it’s mostly home gardeners that take part in seed saving. Even if you don’t consider yourself a gardener in any capacity, you should totally get on board with seed saving. It saves money, lessens your risk of being exposed to GMOs, and can come in handy if you find yourself in a survival situation. Plus, if you keep these tips and tricks in mind, it’s easy to do. Know your seeds: Not all plants are created equal, and the same goes for their seeds. Here’s a brief rundown of … [Read more...] about Saving seeds is simple and easy: Basic tips and how-to wisdom
Wednesday, February 28, 2018 by: David Williams Tags: badclimate, Cape Town, chaos, city life, Collapse, disaster, Drought, preparedness, survival, tap water, water, water conservation, water supply (Natural News) Maybe you’ve heard about certain drought-stricken cities or states in the U.S., and you’ve thought to yourself, it couldn’t possibly get any worse, right? Well, perhaps in the U.S. it can’t, but in other places, like Cape Town in South Africa, the problem can be so much worse. The situation in Cape Town is said to be so bad now that there is an ongoing countdown to what they call “Day Zero,” when the city finally runs out of water and it will need to be rationed by the government to the people each day. This kind of dire situation may not befall citizens of the U.S. anytime soon, but it would be great to have know-how required to survive it. Again, the water situation in some parts of the U.S. may not be that bad, but in case things … [Read more...] about Learning from Cape Town’s countdown to “Day Zero:” How to survive without tap water
The excruciating pain of an ingrown toenail is unlike any other: The sharp, stabbing pain with every step you take can be unbearable, to the point that simply shuffling down the hall can feel impossible.If you have an ingrown toenail, the side border of your toenail — usually your big toe —starts to dig in and irritate the skin, explains Christopher R. Hood Jr., D.P.M., of Premier Orthopedics and Sports Medicine in Pottstown, Pennsylvania. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below "The sharp edge digging into the skin may set a pathway of irritation to inflammation (warmth, redness, swelling) to infection (drainage, pus), all of which cause pain," he says.Plus, ingrown toenails hurt so damn bad because the skin near your nail corners is a particularly sensitive area, since it’s rich with nerves, says Jeffrey D. Lehrman, D.P.M., of Crozer-Keystone Health System. But how do they happen in the first place, and how can you get rid of them? We've got the answers.What causes … [Read more...] about Ingrown Toenails Are a Menace to Society. Here’s How to Get Rid of Them.