• Ionic Detox VS helps clear up a skin rash.
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    Ionic Detox VS helps clear up a skin rash.

    Ok, well, I guess I’m going to tell you the story of Aaron Fisher part 2. We’ve been working with Aaron Fisher out in Lancaster Pennsylvania for a little over a year now the Ionic Detox and we’ve actually seen some pretty amazing results. His rash he’s been dealing with from the yeast and toxins in his body have actually gone about 60 percent away. He’s got new skin. His skin is softer and smoother and he absolutely loves the results he is seeing, so it has sped up the ability of our herbs probably a good 40%. It’s a phenomenal product. I really recommend it. – Anthony Gaughler, Elokim…

  • How I Healed My Eczema (Atopic dermatitis) | For People Who Want Change in Their Life
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    How I Healed My Eczema (Atopic dermatitis) | For People Who Want Change in Their Life

    Hello my name is Xena. I would like to share a little story with you today. The little story goes like this: My cousin and I were fixing dinner in the summer time of 2016, so this summer, this year. And she said to me randomly “Xena my coworker’s daughter’s eczema healed!” And she was really excited and happy about it. So. I was happy about it too to hear that. Anyway. I asked her “Oh like what did she do? That’s awesome! How did she heal her eczema?” My cousin told me that she told her* what I have been doing to help with me skin for the past…

  • How To Improve Dry Skin | Four Points To Prevent Skin Dryness | Natural Health
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    How To Improve Dry Skin | Four Points To Prevent Skin Dryness | Natural Health

    Four points to prevent skin dryness. Did you know that if you take too much bath, it will harm your skin and will dry your skin? To prevent skin dryness, take a bath or shower at least once a day, and let’s drink enough water to give the skin moisture from the inside of the body. Many women are making efforts to obtain beautiful, vivid and beautiful skin with moisture. Do you have the kind of skin you wanted? Skin is the organ with the largest area in the body . It has the following functions which are indispensable for living. Protect your body from ultraviolet rays. Keep body temperature…

  • Cod En Papillote (Parchment Paper)
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    Cod En Papillote (Parchment Paper)

    (jazz music) – Thanks for stopping by heinens.com. I’m chef Billy Parisi, and all of you pescatarians better get ready to hone those seafood skills. I’m gonna make a beautiful cod en papillote. The beautiful thing about making anything en papillote is whatever’s fresh is exactly what’s goin’ in there. Of course, I’m gonna use cod, and Heinen’s has fresh seafood delivered every day, so you can always guarantee that you’re gonna get the freshest seafood possible. First, to start, we are gonna slice up some new potatoes. We’re gonna cut some baby carrots in half, slice up some asparagus longways and, next, we are gonna cut some cherry tomatoes…

  • Avocado Oil: The # 1 Cooking Oil
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    Avocado Oil: The # 1 Cooking Oil

    Hey, guys. Dr. Axe here, doctor of natural medicine and founder of draxe.com. In this video, I’m going to be doing an advanced training on avocado oil, all of its benefits, and how you need to be using it on a daily basis, and for what doses. And also go over some really surprising statistics about avocado oil and how it’s used. And this oil is incredible for arthritis, for brain health, and for a whole lot more. So let’s dive right in and talk about avocados. Now, avocados are actually in the family as a drupe, similar to coconuts. And a lot of times people think of them as…

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    The Truth About DIY Teeth Whitening Using Baking Soda

    Home remedies and alternatives to over the counter products are all the rage these days. For example, did you know that baking soda can be used as a natural deodorant? However, some natural alternatives to traditional drug store products have proven to be more useful than others, and in some cases, certain home remedies may prove to be too good to be true at best, and actively harmful to certain parts of your body at worst. One somewhat controversial homemade concoction is a mixture of baking soda and lemon juice, which has been suggested to perform a variety of functions such as whitening teeth, treating acne and even reducing the…

  • What Does HIV Rash Look Like? – How to Identify an HIV Rash?
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    What Does HIV Rash Look Like? – How to Identify an HIV Rash?

    Hello.. Welcome back to HIV Pedia. Today our video topic is about: What Does HIV Rash Look Like? If this is the first time you visit to our channel. You can consider to subscribe, so you won’t miss the next great videos from us. A skin rash is an area of skin that has become swollen, inflamed, or irritated. Skin rashes can include skin bumps that look like pimples or sores; blotchy, scaly or red skin; and itchy or burning skin. Allergens, heat, and certain medical conditions (some more serious than others) can all cause skin reactions like these. Some skin rashes occur right away, while others take some time…

  • 7 Unexpected Health Benefits Of Baking Soda
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    7 Unexpected Health Benefits Of Baking Soda

    7 Unexpected Health Benefits Of Baking Soda Baking soda, otherwise known as sodium bicarbonate, is a white, powdery substance used primarily as an ingredient in baking. Alternatively, if you happen to be a middle school student, you might recognize baking soda as the stuff you mix with vinegar in order to create an erupting science fair volcano. But what if we were to tell you that, outside of these two more widely known used, baking soda can be used to fulfill a variety of other needs as well? As it turns out, baking soda has a number of potential benefits beyond creating baked goods and semi-realistic volcanic eruptions. Here are…

  • DermTV – Wedding Ring Eczema [DermTV.com Epi #111]
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    DermTV – Wedding Ring Eczema [DermTV.com Epi #111]

    [music] Hello, I’m Dr. Neal Schultz [pause] and welcome to DermTV. At least once a week, a woman comes into the office, and she tells me she has a rash on her finger and she can’t get rid of it. She then shows me her hand, and it’s usually on the fourth finger, and it’s usually in the exact distribution of her wedding band—same size, same shape, it goes all the way around the finger and it’s a red, flaky rash. She tells me, “I made it go away with some cortisone cream that I bought over-the-counter, and then the rash just keeps coming back.” It doesn’t matter whether it’s…