Monthly Archives: October 2010

Cowpeas or Pigeon Peas

Cowpeas or Pigeon Peas are similar to Black Eyed Peas is also know as Red Gram, Toor, Congo pea or Gunga Pea and grow in tropical regions of the world. Pigeon Peas are full of potassium, calcium, phosphorus, and magnesium. … Continue reading

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The Relaxed Soul Loves Without Fail

When we decide to give of ourselves, we decide to give love without reservation. When we decide to give love, we decide to let go of the past and only see this very moment. And when we decide to love … Continue reading

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Herbs and Foods for Osteoporosis

Herbs and Foods for Osteoporosis here is a list that will help. Black pepper, onions, garlic, pigweed, cabbage, cod liver oil, dandelion, parsley, red clover, horse tail, alfalfa, — all of these will either help strengthen bones, add calcium, or … Continue reading

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The Relaxed Soul and the Material Age

If you want to let go of the craziness of the material world… possessions, money, houses, cars… and you meditate all day lone, give to the poor, fast for days. Yet at the same time you want everyone to know … Continue reading

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Amalaki Fruit

Amalaki Fruit is high in antioxidants and works wonders for heart disease and disease of the digestive tract. Amalaki Fruit lowers inflammation and helps with hemorrhoids, constipation, acid reflux, gastric ulcers, and colitis. Amalaki Fruit has lot of Vitamin C, … Continue reading

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The Relaxed Soul and the Revolution

When we have love in our heart then we spread good throughout the world. And when we don’t have love in our heart… we have laws that tell us how to be good to our neighbor. With laws there will … Continue reading

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Astragalus Root

Astragalus Root is used to as an aid to digestion, raising metabolism, and strengthening the immune system. Good for wound healing and also to increase endurance. It stimulates antibody and white blood cell production, and thus increases resistance to viruses. … Continue reading

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