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Archive for March 2017

Tips & tricks for going back to school without stress!

Summer is coming to an end and school time is fast approaching… Here a some tips to help you better live the moment with your family! 1)      Make a budget In the frenzy of the back to school deals, it is easy to lose control on your purchases! It is important to establish the limits…

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3 reasons to wear the Pure Hazelwood ankle bracelet

Did you know that Pure Hazelwood offered not only necklaces and bracelets, but ankle bracelets as well? Here are the top 3 reasons that will make you want to try them out right away! 1)      An adjustable size Many of our customers wish to offer a Pure Hazelwood necklace or bracelet as a gift, but…

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About Teething Pain

What Is Teething? What we call “teething” is the process during which a child’s first 20 teeth (often called “baby teeth” or “milk teeth”) grow through the gums’ mucosal tissue. Usually, the first teeth appear at around the age of 6 months, then gradually grow (often in pairs) until the child’s third birthday [1]. Many parents…

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About Psoriasis

What Is Psoriasis? Psoriasis is an auto-immune disease that affects the skin. It is characterized by slightly bumpy red patches covered with silver-white scales that cause burning and itching. This disease affects almost 3% of the population age 11 to 45. It often affects elbows, knees, the lower back, and the scalp [1]. According to numerous testimonials we…

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About Pimples

What are Pimples? Pimples, also known as “zits” or “spots”, are small skin lesions or inflammation. At the root of the hair are the sebaceous follicles, glands that secrete sebum to protect the skin from outside damage. A strong increase in hormone production (often at puberty) causes the sebaceous glands to become hyperactive. Follicles become…

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About Mouth Ulcers

What Are Mouth Ulcers? A mouth ulcer (also known as “aphtous stomatitis [1]” or “canker sore”) is a painful, white or yellowish, round or oval lesion with a red halo that develops in the mouth. The areas most often affected are the tongue, the gums, the inside of the cheeks, and the lips [2]. Mouth ulcers affect…

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About Joint Pain

What Is Joint Pain? Articulations are the joints that link bones to each other. Their function is to protect the bones from impacts and to offer the skeleton some mobility. As they are constantly solicited, we don’t pay much attention to them until the day the first aches begin: stiffness, difficulty getting up, bending down,…

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About Eczema

What Is Eczema? Eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis, is a chronic, recurring inflammatory disease characterized by patches of dry, irritated skin. The protective first layer of skin is damaged and loses a lot of water, which hampers the natural healing process. Eczema takes many forms: redness, swelling, skin that looks leathery or scaly in…

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About Digestive Disorders

What Is Heartburn? Heartburn, also called “pyrosis” or “acid indigestion”, is characterized by irritation of the oesophagus caused by gastric acid, creating an unpleasant warm or burning sensation in the chest area. Pain can also gradually ascend up to the neck, throat and jaw, and becomes worse when the afflicted person bends down or lies…

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Hazelwood and Time

Hazelwood jewelry is an unconventional and therefore, very original product that can be used as a natural healing product. Different websites state different facts that sometimes contradict each other, especially about how hazelwood changes over time. Here are the facts on the subject! How Long Before I Notice a Decrease of My Symptoms? The delay…

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