Stress affects us all in various ways. Many stressful events are beyond our control. However, we can set ourselves up for failure or success by the way we habitually think and act. Here are a few common vices that tend to poison our mind: criticism, complaining, and worry.
Herbs and essential oils have been used in the medicinal arena throughout history. The Persians, Greeks, and Romans used lavender as a perfume, medicine, and mummifying agent. The Greeks referred to lavender as 'Nardus' or 'Spikenard', derived from the Syrian city Naarda.
Alcohol comes in four different forms: methyl, propyl, butyl, and ethyl. The first three forms can cause death even in small doses. The latter, ethyl or ethanol, is found in alcoholic beverages and is distilled from fermenting grain and fruits.
Self-indulgence isn't new, but in today's world, self-denial and self-control seem to have lost their meaning and purpose.
Remember when we used to write and mail letters and it took days or months to reach its destination, and then we had to wait even more days or months to receive an answer? I remember.
It is possible to make food an ally in helping us feel happy. This is because good eating habits can directly aid our well-being.
After the six first months of receiving its nourishment exclusively from its mother, the milk is no longer sufficient to supply all the needs of the child, and it becomes necessary to introduce solid food into the baby's diet to complement the mother's milk.
The composition of the mother's milk is, of course, affected by the mother's diet, and thus the concentration of various nutrients in the milk are reflections of the maternal diet.
Nursing is as important for the baby as it is for the mother. Maternal milk is the best and most complete food for the baby. It is the only necessary and essential food during the first 6 months of life. During this time, the baby should not receive teas, juice, or even water.