Healh Benefits of Castor Oil

Castor oil — a yellow-tinted, translucent vegetable oil — is derived from the seeds of the castor bean plant. It is an unsaturated omega-9 fat with a reputation for having a distinctively unpleasant taste. You may be old enough to remember being forced to drink castor oil, perhaps to relieve constipation, which some thought was

A new study provides evidence that cannabidiol, a component of cannabis, can inhibit the motivation to consume methamphetamine in rats. The preliminary findings suggest that the substance could be useful in fighting addiction to methamphetamine. : Health

The title of the post is a copy and paste from the first two paragraphs of the linked academic press release here: A new study in the Journal of Psychopharmacology provides evidence that cannabidiol, a component of cannabis, can inhibit the motivation to consume methamphetamine in rats. The preliminary findings suggest that the substance could

The introvert’s guide to social engagement – Harvard Health Blog

Given the choice of interacting with people or watching the new episodes of Agatha Christie’s Poirot on PBS, well, let’s just say I think David Suchet is better company. If you are an introvert like me, you relish your time alone. But we should also understand the dilemma we face when it comes to long-term

Juul Withdraws Most Flavored E-Cigs From Market

By E.J. Mundell HealthDay Reporter TUESDAY, Nov. 13, 2018 (HealthDay News) — Juul Labs, which commands 70 percent of the U.S. e-cigarette market, announced Tuesday that it would cease selling most flavored versions of its popular vaping pods in retail stores. The company said it would also terminate

‘I feel really bad when I hurt my mum’

Image caption Jamie’s mother, Kate, worries he is a risk to his own safety when he becomes violent Some doctors in rural areas are having to apply for extra funding in order to diagnose patients with autism, the Royal College of GPs has said. The BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire programme has spoken to families with autistic

Dementia risk: Five-minute scan ‘can predict cognitive decline’

Image copyright Getty Images A five-minute scan could be used to spot people at risk of dementia before symptoms appear, researchers claim. Scientists used ultrasound scanners to look at blood vessels in the necks of more than 3,000 people and monitored them over the next 15 years. They found those with the most intense pulses

Psychology Around the Net: November 10, 2018

Ready to catch up on the latest in this week’s mental health news? Great! This week’s Psychology Around the Net gets you up to speed on new guidelines for managing physical health with a severe mental illness, suggestions on using podcasts to help you sleep, how you can rewire your brain for creativity (but also

Brian Hoyer on EMFs & How to Mitigate Them

203: Hidden EMF Dangers and How to Mitigate Them With Geobiologist Brian Hoyer &nbsp EMF is an invisible but growing problem as our world becomes increasingly connected. Not everyone agrees, but the rise in EMFs in our environment in the last several decades is starting to have a noticeable effect on our health. Geobiologist Brian

Smelling Lavender Really Can Relax You

Anxiety is a worldwide problem, and in the U.S. it affects almost one-fifth of the adult population.1 Yet prescription treatments for anxiety are far from ideal and often present undesirable side effects. SSRI antidepressants, often prescribed for anxiety despite questions about their effectiveness for this use,2 put patients at clear risk of suicide, mania

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