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WARMING SOCK TREATMENT

2020-03-16T16:11:40-07:00

  This home care warming sock treatment is best if repeated for three nights in a row or as instructed by your physician. Indications: Sore throat or any inflammation or infection of the throat Neck pain Ear infections Headaches Migraines Nasal congestion Upper respiratory tract infections Cough Lower respiratory tract infection such as:bronchitis Sinus infections. [...]

WARMING SOCK TREATMENT2020-03-16T16:11:40-07:00

Immune Support

2020-03-16T16:00:57-07:00

  Elderberry, a great antiviral scientifically proven to be effective against the influenza virus, has been used for centuries to help fight off colds, flu and other respiratory illnesses. (1) Licorice root has well-documented antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal properties. Many studies have shown it to be effective and it tastes good too. (2) Olive leaf [...]

Immune Support2020-03-16T16:00:57-07:00

Easy and Effective Cough Syrup Recipe

2020-03-16T15:57:22-07:00

  Ingredients needed: 2 tablespoons raw, unfiltered honey 1-2 ounces of apple cider vinegar .4 ounces of elderberry (sambucus nigra) syrup Instructions: combine 2 tablespoons of raw, unfiltered honey with 1-2 ounces of apple cider vinegar, stir until the honey dissolves. Try to use as little vinegar as possible, start with 1 ounce and add [...]

Easy and Effective Cough Syrup Recipe2020-03-16T15:57:22-07:00

Coronavirus

2020-03-17T07:40:44-07:00

by Dr. Sarah Larson What does this infection mean for you and your family? The 2019 Coronavirus (COVID-19) was detected in Wuhan city, Hubei province in China. While coronaviruses are not new, this particular strain is relatively unknown at this point. As a result of widespread infection rates, the World Health Organization declared a public [...]

Coronavirus2020-03-17T07:40:44-07:00

Salad Recipe

2020-03-17T07:40:51-07:00

by Dr. Greg Lamont-Mitchell Making a salad every day is time-consuming; there is a lot of chopping and it can be a bit messy. Salads also don’t tend to store very well, usually going bad in just a few days. To make salad prep easier and less time consuming, use the following mix as a [...]

Salad Recipe2020-03-17T07:40:51-07:00

Allergy Season

2020-03-17T07:40:58-07:00

by Dr. Greg Lamont-Mitchell It’s allergy season again and it’s predicted to be a bad year for allergy sufferers. Over the past few years there has been an increase in intensity and duration of allergy season due to climate change. But don’t fear, at Emerge we have an arsenal of treatments available to help defeat [...]

Allergy Season2020-03-17T07:40:58-07:00

Supplements: you get what you pay for

2020-03-17T07:41:15-07:00

We get asked almost every day about what supplement brands are best and which are the best value. The answers to these questions are not easy. There are many factors involved in selecting which brand is right for you. The most important factor, of course, is efficacy. Other issues range from budget to having allergies [...]

Supplements: you get what you pay for2020-03-17T07:41:15-07:00

Chiropractic, Then & Now

2020-03-17T07:41:25-07:00

According to the American Chiropractic Association, ‘D.D. Palmer performed the initial chiropractic adjustment in September 1895. Palmer examined a janitor who had become deaf 17 years prior after he felt something “give” in his back. Palmer examined the area and gave a crude “adjustment” to what was felt to be a misplaced vertebra in the [...]

Chiropractic, Then & Now2020-03-17T07:41:25-07:00

What is heartburn/GERD?

2020-03-17T07:41:34-07:00

Why are proton pump inhibitors not a good solution? What are better ways to address GERD? by Dr. Sarah Larson Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) is a very common condition affecting 18.1–27.8% of the adult population in North America1. The condition results from the burning that occurs when cells in the esophagus come in contact with [...]

What is heartburn/GERD?2020-03-17T07:41:34-07:00

Seasonal Affective Disorder

2020-03-17T07:41:50-07:00

If you have noticed a pattern between feeling depressed and the particular time of year, you may have Seasonal Affective Disorder. For example, you may notice that you get depressed every fall or winter and that the depression disappears in the spring. Less commonly, a person gets depressed every summer and feels better in the [...]

Seasonal Affective Disorder2020-03-17T07:41:50-07:00
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