You Have Waited Too LONG!!

I am so proud to announce that the Living Healthy Show is finally here!! I know I have been saying that it was coming for a long time but I finally took the plunge to start doing this. In February will be the start of videos for the most informative and excited show! I am so happy to present this to you that I did a promo for the broadcast of the Living Healthy Show! Please let me know what healthy living topics you would like to see on the show! Make sure you subscribe to the Living Healthy Show You-Tube Channel http://www.youtube.com/c/Livinghealthy1Org Here is the Promo of the Living Healthy Show Below! Enjoy!

Living Healthy Company Promotional Video

Today is a very special day! My Living Healthy Company promotional video has just been launch on the new Living Healthy Show You-Tube Channel. So excited about this and make sure you stop by Living Healthy website (www.livinghealthy1.org ) for our excellent services! Let me know your comments and questions about Living Healthy services. Make sure you become a subscriber of my You-Tube Channel by click this link: http://www.youtube.com/c/Livinghealthy1Org Check the video below!

Cnicus benedictus - Blessed Thistle

Cnicus benedictus (Blessed Thistle) has been around a very long time since the Greek and Roman times. The Greeks called this herb knekos, or thistle, became cnicus to the Romans (Keville, 1996). In medieval days, it was called carduus benedictus, or "blessed thistle", because its virtues made it considered a cure-all (Keville, 1996). Many different formulas through the centuries used blessed thistle, including plague treatments (Keville, 1996). Blessed Thistle is known as Holy thistle which does have antiseptic and antibiotic properties (Houdret, 2002). Monks in medieval Europe were very fond of blessed thistle and added it as a tonic to their elixirs (Keville, 1996). It was even said

Tea Tree Australia vs. Tea Tree New Zealand Practical

Tea tree essential oil is an important antibacterial and antifungal agents. Tea tree Australia (Melaleuca alternifolia) is a clear and colorless to faintly yellow volatile oil, practically insoluble in water and it's odor is spicy-aromatic with the reminiscent of nutmeg (Wichtl, 2004). Its common name is Melaleuca and it is a small tree that grows up to 15 feet high and has a papery bark (Young 2002). It's key constituents are gamma terpinene (10-28%), alpha-terpinene (5-13%), 1,8 cineole (eucalyptol) (0-15%), alpha-terpineol (1.5-8%), para-cymene (0.5-12%), terpineol-4 (30-45%), limonene (0.5-4%), aromadendrene (trace-7%), delta-cadinene (trace -8%), alpha-pinene (1-6%), monoterpenes:

2017 New Year Is Taking The Living Healthy Movement To A New Level !

Happy New Year Everyone! What a year 2016 was! I had the busy and challenging 2016 year and I am looking forward to 2017. I have accomplish my dream goal of completing my Masters Degree of Complementary Alternative Medicine with a Graduate Certificate in Herbal Medicine at American College of Health Science! I was also able to graduate with Honors and very excited to add everything I learned into my business! YAY! My business Living Healthy is starting to pick up with business and excellent opportunities are opening up. Also in 2016, I had family health challenges that has push me my faith and confidence to another level. Since going through these things and more, I decided to take my c