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"Low-light-requiring houseplants, along with activated carbon plant filters, have demonstrated the potential for improving indoor air quality by removing trace organic pollutants from the air in energy-efficient buildings. This plant system is one of the most promising means of alleviating the sick building syndrome associated with many new, energy- efficient buildings. The plant root-soil zone appears to be the most effective area for removing volatile organic chemicals. Therefore, maximizing air exposure to the plant root-soil area should be considered when placing plants in buildings for best air filtration.

Activated carbon filters containing fans have the capacity for rapidly filtering large volumes of polluted air and should be considered an integral part of any plan using houseplants for solving indoor air pollution problems.”

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Post by SARIAH » Thu Apr 26, 2018 2:41 am

Asbestos in situ can still be found in many older public buildings and homes and as the fabric of these infrastructures containing asbestos products deteriorates, the dangers of exposure to asbestos fibres is on the increase.
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Post by SARIAH » Thu Apr 26, 2018 4:09 am

Some of the potential usage benefits of mullein are for the following:

• Respiratory Conditions

One of the most well-known uses of mullein is its purported ability to help alleviate respiratory conditions. Taken as a tea, it can help with common ailments such as dry cough, congestion and sore throat. It may help with inflammatory respiratory conditions, such as asthma and bronchitis as well.

• Antiseptic

The antibacterial compounds of mullein can be used to help disinfect wounds or scrapes. You can crush mullein flowers to make a paste, and apply it on your wounds.

• Antiviral

Mullein may help ease viral infections. According to one study, compounds extracted from V. thapsus showed potential against the Herpes simplex virus type 1, as well as the influenza A virus.

• Heart Health

According to an animal study that used mice as the test subjects, the polysaccharides of the leaves extracted from V. thapsus exhibited a noticeable ability to reduce bad cholesterol and triglyceride levels. It's unclear how the leaves work, but the researchers suggest that using it may help lower your risk of developing hypertension, atherosclerosis and coronary heart disease.

• Hair Health

Mullein can help promote hair health. Extracts from the flowers can be used to keep your scalp healthy, as well as eradicate dandruff. It may even be used as a conditioner to help keep your hair smooth and help enrich your hair's natural colour.

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"Baking soda (sodium bicarbonate or NaHCO3) has a number of medicinal uses and benefits. It’s commonly known to have alkalinizing, antacid and electrolyte replacement properties
• Studies have shown drinking baking soda solution can help pregnant women who are having a slow or difficult labor to avoid C-sections in about 20 percent of cases by neutralizing acid in the womb
• Research funded by the National Institutes of Health suggests baking soda may be a safe and effective treatment for autoimmune diseases by priming your immune system against inflammation
• The data suggests drinking baking soda infused water activates an anti-inflammatory pathway that is mediated by the neuronal-like function of mesothelial cells that line your internal organs
• Baking soda is also useful against other aches and pains, including heartburn and ulcer pain, and may enhance sports performance, a strategy known as soda doping."
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"• Nearly 130,000 people are infected, and 5,000 die, from infection with methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) each year, spread in both hospitals and the community
• Athletes, students, military personnel and children in day care settings are at higher risk for infection related to close quarters and shared use of towels and other personal care items
• You may reduce the spread of the infection by optimizing your vitamin D levels with sensible sun exposure, practicing good handwashing techniques and avoiding sharing personal care products such as razors, towels and bar soap."
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"Your circulation is one of the most important systems your body has. And it performs amazingly, carrying blood for organs to function and absorbing nutrients your body needs.
When that system stops, as in the case of a blood clot, it turns into a dangerous situation. One of these dangerous blood clots is called deep vein thrombosis (or DVT).Blood clots happen in your body all the time, especially when you receive an open wound. It’s a natural response that saves you a trip to the hospital for every little nick and cut.
Blood clots are first triggered when platelets inside your body rush to the wound site to stop bleeding. The blood then responds and forms a clump around it to help.
These natural, “good” clots usually go away on their own, but that’s not the case with deep vein thrombosis.
Unlike the others, DVT happens in the major veins of the body. According to the Mayo Clinic, it usually occurs in a large vein in the legs.
The clot can then grow unnecessarily and stop a large amount of the blood’s circulation. At this point, the body may have a hard time dissolving the blood clot with its normal processes, leading to complications.
DVTs are fairly common too. As many as 900,000 people suffer from these dangerous clots every year, estimates the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
To prevent DVTs and their harmful consequences, we need to know the symptoms and how to respond. The Mayo Clinic points out these recognizable signs of deep vein thrombosis:

• Pain, especially in the calf or lower leg
• Warmth around the affected area
• Red or discolored skin
While DVTs can happen to anyone, you may want to watch more carefully if you have: a blood-clotting disorder, limited mobility, heart problems, obesity or pregnancy.
Also, the American Academy for Orthopaedic Surgeons mentions that some of the most common risks for DVT involve leg injuries or leg or hip surgery.
Deep vein thrombosis is dangerous.
You can understand why deep vein thrombosis is dangerous for blood circulation. But it also comes with other life-threatening complications.
According to the AAOS, two major complications include post-thrombotic syndrome and pulmonary embolism.
Post-thrombotic syndrome
Sometimes, patients who have experienced DVT will have long-lasting symptoms. They may suffer from swelling, leg pain other symptoms that can simply be annoying or even life-changing.
The AAOS explains that these symptoms are due to damage caused to the veins during the DVT.
Since the damage may even cause blood pooling in the legs, this factor may increase a person’s risk for developing another blood clot in the future.
Pulmonary embolism
By far, this complication is the most worrisome of all. When a DVT occurs, the blood clot can break apart, causing part of it to travel freely.
If not dealt with immediately, the clot could reach the lungs and block blood flow. This situation needs emergency medical treatment.
The following signs are common for pulmonary embolism:

• Chest pain
• Dizziness
• Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
• Coughing, especially if producing blood
Once a doctor identifies the blood clot, dissolving it will be first priority.
The Mayo Clinic gives several options. However, your doctor will judge which direction to take depending on the size of the blood clot.
First, you may simply need an anticoagulant, or blood thinner. This type of medication will thin the blood to prevent the clot from getting worse.
Then, your body should be able to dissolve the clot on its own. If the clot is more threatening, your doctor may give you medication to help your body break up the clot.
Last, if these options appear too risky on their own, your doctor may recommend inserting a filter into a large vein. This filter will help catch most clots before they reach the lungs.
Of course, the best option for anyone to take is to prevent DVT from happening altogether. This can be as simple as getting the blood moving through exercise and regular breaks from sitting.
Drinking enough water can also help to keep the blood thinned out in the body. If you’re at high risk for a DVT, you could also consider wearing compression stockings to help the blood pump more strongly through the legs.
Deep vein thrombosis is a dangerous condition. Not only can the blood clot reduce the flow of blood through the body, but it can also lead to life-threatening complications. People need to stay aware of this possibility—that way they can act quickly if one occurs. "
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"Your circulation is one of the most important systems your body has. And it performs amazingly, carrying blood for organs to function and absorbing nutrients your body needs.
When that system stops, as in the case of a blood clot, it turns into a dangerous situation. One of these dangerous blood clots is called deep vein thrombosis (or DVT).Blood clots happen in your body all the time, especially when you receive an open wound. It’s a natural response that saves you a trip to the hospital for every little nick and cut.
Blood clots are first triggered when platelets inside your body rush to the wound site to stop bleeding. The blood then responds and forms a clump around it to help.
These natural, “good” clots usually go away on their own, but that’s not the case with deep vein thrombosis.
Unlike the others, DVT happens in the major veins of the body. According to the Mayo Clinic, it usually occurs in a large vein in the legs.
The clot can then grow unnecessarily and stop a large amount of the blood’s circulation. At this point, the body may have a hard time dissolving the blood clot with its normal processes, leading to complications.
DVTs are fairly common too. As many as 900,000 people suffer from these dangerous clots every year, estimates the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
To prevent DVTs and their harmful consequences, we need to know the symptoms and how to respond. The Mayo Clinic points out these recognizable signs of deep vein thrombosis:

• Pain, especially in the calf or lower leg
• Warmth around the affected area
• Red or discolored skin
While DVTs can happen to anyone, you may want to watch more carefully if you have: a blood-clotting disorder, limited mobility, heart problems, obesity or pregnancy.
Also, the American Academy for Orthopaedic Surgeons mentions that some of the most common risks for DVT involve leg injuries or leg or hip surgery.
Deep vein thrombosis is dangerous.
You can understand why deep vein thrombosis is dangerous for blood circulation. But it also comes with other life-threatening complications.
According to the AAOS, two major complications include post-thrombotic syndrome and pulmonary embolism.
Post-thrombotic syndrome
Sometimes, patients who have experienced DVT will have long-lasting symptoms. They may suffer from swelling, leg pain other symptoms that can simply be annoying or even life-changing.
The AAOS explains that these symptoms are due to damage caused to the veins during the DVT.
Since the damage may even cause blood pooling in the legs, this factor may increase a person’s risk for developing another blood clot in the future.
Pulmonary embolism
By far, this complication is the most worrisome of all. When a DVT occurs, the blood clot can break apart, causing part of it to travel freely.
If not dealt with immediately, the clot could reach the lungs and block blood flow. This situation needs emergency medical treatment.
The following signs are common for pulmonary embolism:

• Chest pain
• Dizziness
• Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
• Coughing, especially if producing blood
Once a doctor identifies the blood clot, dissolving it will be first priority.
The Mayo Clinic gives several options. However, your doctor will judge which direction to take depending on the size of the blood clot.
First, you may simply need an anticoagulant, or blood thinner. This type of medication will thin the blood to prevent the clot from getting worse.
Then, your body should be able to dissolve the clot on its own. If the clot is more threatening, your doctor may give you medication to help your body break up the clot.
Last, if these options appear too risky on their own, your doctor may recommend inserting a filter into a large vein. This filter will help catch most clots before they reach the lungs.
Of course, the best option for anyone to take is to prevent DVT from happening altogether. This can be as simple as getting the blood moving through exercise and regular breaks from sitting.
Drinking enough water can also help to keep the blood thinned out in the body. If you’re at high risk for a DVT, you could also consider wearing compression stockings to help the blood pump more strongly through the legs.
Deep vein thrombosis is a dangerous condition. Not only can the blood clot reduce the flow of blood through the body, but it can also lead to life-threatening complications. People need to stay aware of this possibility—that way they can act quickly if one occurs. "
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Post by SARIAH » Sat May 12, 2018 4:08 am

"Saponins in oatmeal give it the ability to cleanse, moisturize and soothe, basically providing a “buffer” to keep skin hydrated and protected.
Further, phenols contribute “strong ultraviolet absorbers” and the starches and beta-glucans are recognized as humectant, or able to hold water, which furthers the product’s ability to act as an emollient. Those beta-glucans are something to pay attention to, as the next section explains.
The Incredible Function of Beta-Glucans in Oatmeal
A Lithuanian study7 called beta-glucans naturally occurring polysaccharides; glucose polymers that are part of the cell wall of certain pathogenic bacteria and fungi. Beta-glucans, the study reported:

Increase host immune defense
Exhibit anticarcinogenic activity
Confer antioxidant and anti-inflammatory capability
Fight cancerous tumor formation and metastasis
The Georgetown University study noted that current treatment modalities for epidermal growth factor (EGFR)-positive cancers unfortunately cause the aforementioned side effects, for which there were no effective treatments. It also showed colloidal oatmeal to have “multiple anti-inflammatory properties with known effects on arachidonic acid,” which is important for skin health.8

Doctors from all over the world were intrigued enough by the study to try oatmeal extract on their own patients and got the same incredible results. DermNet New Zealand9 lists other skin conditions that may benefit from colloidal oatmeal:

Atopic and contact dermatitis (eczema)
Chickenpox
Insect bites
Poison ivy
Dry skin
Further, compounds in colloidal oatmeal exhibit ultraviolet light absorption to protect against sun damage and photoaging, as well as inhibiting prostaglandin production.

How to Make DIY Colloidal Oatmeal Cream, Lotion and Bath Treatments
Oatmeal absorbs water easily and helps keep your skin hydrated and soothed. You can make your own silky colloidal oatmeal bath at home to gain these benefits, and the process is quick, easy and inexpensive. Simply place a cup of organic dry oatmeal into a blender, coffee grinder or food processor and process until it becomes a fine powder.
Sprinkle about a cup of ground oatmeal into warm rather than hot water, the latter of which tends to further dry your skin. Soak for about 15 minutes, but not too long. Afterward, pat your skin dry to retain some of the oatmeal benefits. Make your own do-it-yourself oatmeal hand cream, from The Thrifty Couple,10 with a few more beneficial ingredients, such as coconut oil, olive oil and essential oils."

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Post by SARIAH » Sat May 12, 2018 5:21 am

"If you experience gassy, bloated feelings:

• Eat slowly. Dodge carbonation.

• Drink fennel tea with ginger to get your digestive enzymes going.

• Massage clockwise around your belly button to stimulate movement of gas and food through your intestines.

. Eliminating gluten? Rely on whole grains without gluten, such as brown rice, amaranth, buckwheat, and sorghum.”

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