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July 21, 2020

This time we have a Quick Quiz on a topic that was given to us by one of our viewers. If you get the wrong answer, just try again.

What herb used for seasoning food can also be used to treat Athlete’s foot?






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athlete's foot toenail fungus

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August 16, 2014

Poison Ivy by Beatrice Murch on Flickr - Attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0)

The season for taking walks in the woods to view the Autumn colors is fast approaching. That means many unwary people are going to be subjected to poison ivy.

One of our viewers sent us an email, “My husband is Highly allergic to poison ivy. He recently contacted a bad case on his arms and even the doctors’ pills won’t help. What can we do to help clear it up?”

So here is the viewer question for this month:

Is there a natural remedy for poison ivy?

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September 2, 2008

Depression is a serious condition, affecting millions of people, that is largely going untreated. Most of its sufferers can be helped, with the proper treatment. However, since it is a serious illness, a doctor should be consulted first, as there are other problems which may cause it. With that being said, here is a question from a viewer.

Can you suggest natural herbs for depression?

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August 22, 2008

Here is a question from a viewer whose son developed a rash on his stomach, behind his knees, and between his legs soon after starting football practice.

What can I use to treat a heat rash?

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August 11, 2008

Another Question posed by one of our viewers.

What can i do about a toothache?

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July 28, 2008

Here’s a Question posed by one of our viewers. This one is appropriate for summer.

What is the only insect repellent recommended by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) that is based on a natural ingredient?

Use an All Natural Insect Repellent
Get 6 Hours of Protection with Cutter
CDC Recommended – Safer Than Deet
www.amazon.com
(paid link)

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