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…number of bioflavonoids, which may be responsible for its diuretic properties. It helps to flush out the urinary system, reducing the amount of time that urine remains in the bladder and ureters, where bacteria can multiply. It also acts as urinary hemostatic, reducing blood in the urine. Horsetail helps to rebuild the connective or structural tissue of the kidneys, perhaps due to its silica content. Horsetail is the highest silica-containing…

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Nursing your infant not only establishes an intimate and loving bond with your newborn, it is the most natural, nurturing, and nourishing thing you can do for your baby. Breast milk is nature's "perfect food" for newborns. It provides the nutrition they need, along with important immune protection that helps ensure their health during infancy, and beyond. Lactation, the act of producing milk and secreting it from the breasts,…

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…that provide natural, female hormonal-balancing support. In the west, women are often advised to treat perimenopausal or menopausal symptoms with hormone replacement therapy (HRT) consisting of hormones processed from the urine of pregnant mares. This type of HRT has been associated with side-effects ranging from migraine headaches to the development of breast tumors. It is sometimes combined with synthetic progesterone (progestins),and this…

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What is Diuretic Gold? A diuretic is an agent that increases the flow of urine and helps reduce fluid retention. Common signs of fluid retention include bloating and swelling of the ankles, wrists, hands or feet. These signs can indicate other underlying health problems; consult your doctor if any of these symptoms occur. Diuretic Gold contains Uva Ursi and Juniper, notable for their ability to often improve symptoms of acute urinary tract…

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…reactions. They supply the body with energy by helping enzymes to convert carbohydrates to glucose and they also assist in fat and protein metabolism. They are all water-soluble and excess amounts are excreted in the urine; therefore, they must be regularly replenished in the body through diet or supplementation. The eight B vitamins are: * B1 (thiamine) * B2 (riboflavin) * B3 (niacin) * B5 (pantothenic acid) * B6 (pyridoxine) * B7 (biotin)…

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