Manuka honey is manufactured from the nectar of the manuka tree, which can be found in Australia and New Zealand.  Manuka honey is the mother of all honeys and is a highly sought for brand of honey for many reasons....
The bamboo is a fast growing plant native to Asia. It’s common in Asian cooking and noted for its medicinal properties in traditional Chinese medicine. Other parts of the tree are also used in furniture making, handicrafts, etc. Bamboo leaf tea...
Flaxseeds have been consumed for health purposes for thousands of years before they became popular as a superfood. Flaxseeds aka common flax or linseeds was cultivated as early as 3,000 BC and is purported to help the body fight...
I was diagnosed with vitamin D deficiency sometime last year. I was surprised as it’s sunny as all get out most of the year in Dubai and I don’t make much of an effort to stay out of the...
In case you’ve missed it, juice fasting is the practice of consuming fruit and vegetable juices in a bid to flush out toxins and other undesirable things from the system; a sort of reboot for your body. Juice fasting...
The previous article covered How Rose Water Can Assist with Hair Loss Problems in Dubai. In addition to the hair, rose water can also be used for a few common skin ailments. Rosewater is one of the best ingredients you...
I’ve always had dry lips off and on depending on the weather. Whenever this happened, I ran my tongue over my lips a few times or applied a generic lip balm, and kept it moving. A few months ago, I stumbled across...
Cranberry juice is very beneficial for the health and a better diet. Cranberries are native to North America and the juice is derived from the fruit. It has one of the highest concentrations of antioxidants compared to other fruits.  Additionally,...
Taking care of your skin in Dubai isn’t optional considering all the elements working against you – sun, wind, sand, water, etc. Short-term consequences include dry and itchy skin and long-term consequences include damaged and leathery skin. I recently posted...
Splitting, thin, brittle and/or breaking nails aka Onychoschizia occurs frequently in women. There is a common misconception that it’s caused by vitamin deficiencies. In some cases, iron deficiency anaemia & gluten intolerance does lead to brittle nails. However, there...