Tropical Herbs The Secret Of Health Forever.

Health forevers Jobelyn health product is extracted from Sorghum, also known as Sorghum Bicolor which is a tropical herb that is grown on the Health Forever plantation. This plantation involves sustainable practices and fair trade CSR policies. Improved quality, effectiveness and energy can be guaranteed by administrating Jobelyn, right from the process of planting to packaging.

Along with cultivation, packaging and development process involved to achieve our own line of dietary supplements that support an array of fitness goals, we also indulge in supplying wholesale medicinal herbal ingredients. Most importantly, we are committed to use herbs in their most complete and natural form for all our finished products and raw ingredients. This way, the body is able to exploit the complete and amplified synergistic mix that has been naturally created. In addition, due to our cautious process of manufacturing, there is an added advantage of quality control and efficiency.

About Sorghum Bicolor

Sorghum Bicolor is a grass species cultivated for its edible grain. It is commonly known as Sweet Sorghum or Guinea-corn. Basically originated in Northern Africa, it is now cultivated widely in tropical and subtropical regions. Sorghum bicolor is a grain long known for its high nutritional value, however only a special traditional extract of the leaf sheath draws out the plants incredible health benefits. The decoction of the seeds is used in the treatment of kidney and urinary complaints. As herbal remedy, it is capable of boosting blood levels which cures anemia ,get rid of inflammation and pain, repeal cell damage (antioxidant) and raise cellular immunity in those who are gripped by Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS), Human Immuno-deficiency Virus (HIV) and also widely in use in lots of herbal preparations.

Along with Northern Nigeria, the cereal is touted to be a staple food in more than 30 countries. South Western Nigeria has been making use of Sorghum bicolor for generations for treating complex diseases like multiple myeloma, leukemia, heart and other blood-associated problems even for trivial diseases like headaches. The herbal preparation is made in terms of an herbal non-alcoholic beverage, kunu-zaki (in Hausa), and thick porridge or porage, tuwo dawa (in Hausa) and tasty pap, akamu (in Ibo).

Health Forevers Core Competencies

Health Forever follows the below know-how from the process of planting to packaging.

Discovering and sourcing effective plants and herbs from diverse geographical sites.
Researching herbs and their active ingredients.
Conducting pre-clinical and clinical studies on the effects of herbal preparations.
Planting, cultivating, developing and packaging preparations for use and distribution.

At Health Forever, our comprehensive cultural knowledge of tropical plants and their conventional applications is matched up with the contemporary scientific testing. Moreover, we are persistently categorizing useful plants, developing new supplement formulas and exploring the ideas to conclude the worth of our health products. Our each and every natural remedy has been considered to be well accepted and successful.

How Does Stress Affect Your Overall Health Top Seven Ways to Relieve Stress

Having stress affect your overall health today is a widespread concern. While, the signs of stress are numerous and worth discussing, of more importance is learning the best ways to relieve stress. This article answers the question, “How does stress affect health?” as well as describes one of the best ways to relieve stress permanently and decrease aging.

SIGNS OF STRESS: At first glance, you may think that having stress affect your overall health is solely limited to your physical body. But it goes deeper than just the physical plane. It also affects our mental, emotional, behavioral and spiritual levels as well. Let’s take a look at answering the question, “How does stress affect health on all levels?”

PHYSICAL EFFECTS OF STRESS: Our bodies are “prisoners” of our minds. So, when our minds perceive danger and signal red alert, our bodies produce stress hormones or chemicals in response to that red alert that make our hearts pound faster, blood pressure rise, breathing quicken and overall prepare us to fight or run!

In today’s society, this physical state of producing stress hormones typically becomes chronic, which in turn produces a chemical addiction inside your body to always wanting and creating the stress hormones, which accelerates having stress affect your overall health.

Having these stress hormones then continually “running rampant” inside your body slowly wears out the internal mechanisms or organs so that diseases such as high blood pressure or heart disease can take hold as well as “keeps your body too busy” for daily immune functions that keep your body overall healthy. This is where the commonly known physical effects of stress come into play such as fatigue, digestive problems, insomnia, muscle aches and pains, including the chest pain stress we feel when we’re under pressure.

In fact, there is a significant correlation between stress and hair loss. Why? Because your body literally sheds everything that isn’t vital to survival when it is kept in a chemically stressful state.

MENTAL, EMOTIONAL AND SPIRITUAL EFFECTS OF STRESS: When coping with stress, it is important to remember that our minds are also affected by the chemicals in our bodies. So, it is reasonable to expect such mental symptoms of anxiety, low motivation, inability to focus or restlessness to show up because our minds are not chemically functioning at their best.

The mental symptoms of stress then lead to behavioral symptoms such as overeating, violent episodes of anger or frequent bouts of escapism through drugs and alcohol because of the body and mind’s inability to cope with the constant bombardment of stress hormones.

Letting stress affect your overall health constantly through too much stress hormone release also takes away your inner peace and trust that there is any spiritual side of life.

WAYS TO RELIEVE STRESS: Once you decide that you want to learn how to reduce stress, there are a few simple things you can do:

TIP #1: GET PHYSICAL: Walk, run, bike, swim, dance or jump up and down at your desk for a few minutes. When you start feeling stressed, do anything that will loosen up your body and break the stress hormone cycle.

TIP #2: GET “MINDFULLY” PHYSICAL: Combining physical stress management and relaxation techniques for the mind together works wonders. Examples of this would be doing mindful exercises such as yoga, Pilates, Tai chi or other mind-body practices.

TIP #3: BREATHE: Our bodies need air, yet the simple act of breathing is forgotten when the body becomes stressed. Become conscious of your breathing all day, regardless of what you are doing otherwise.

TIP #4: TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR MIND: In learning how to manage stress, one aspect is simply to take control of your thoughts. While this is easier said than done, by continually doing this you can create a chemical addiction to positive thoughts, which in turn makes it easier to handle stressful situations.

TIP #5: TAKE TIME OUT: Taking a weekend off or finding a creative outlet can break the cycle of negative hormones. If you can consistently find a way to “forget your worries,” you will soon create an addiction to the peaceful feeling you have when taking time out for yourself.

TIP #6: ACKNOWLEDGE YOUR POWER: Everyone has a significant reserve of internal power. Once this power is found and tapped into, you move from being a victim to being in charge of your life. This toggles your mind’s perspective from “Things are not alright, we have to fight or run” to “Things are okay,” which stops the stress hormone flow.

TIP #7: BRAINWAVE MEDITATION: One of the best ways to relieve stress is to use something called a brainwave meditation audio. It uses electronic frequencies to safely put the mind into a relaxed and calm state within minutes while all you do is relax. It has also been proven to significantly reduce the stress hormones that cause anxiety and aging while at the same time increase the “good” chemicals that counteract stress and anxiety as well as promote youthfulness.

SUMMARY: So, how does stress affect health? It affects every facet of our existence, which in turns affects our health. Identifying exactly what makes stress affect your overall health is second to finding ways to relieve stress. Combine these stress reliefs tips for a balance approach to overcoming stress and aging.

Indian Health Organisation

Yesterday Ieceived a call from IHO- Indian Health Organization..

I thought its a marketing call so I was about to disconnect but suddenly a thought came into my mind n I started listening that what exactly they are offering n then I came to know that they are providing such a beneficial offers to the customers as they were telling me about some health benefits..as Health is Wealth..in this offer they are giving 4 healthcards n 4 health check vouchers.in which 1 is for primary card holder n the rest 3 are blanks(transferable).. Any family member or friend can use this card.

On green cards they are giving 100% off on consultation & examination, concession on other health treatments etc & the best part is that they are covering 17 major cities….& have more than 2000 doctors in their panel

Now days when medical treatments, dental treatments are very expensive they are providing all the treatments at such huge concessional price.

In the health vouchers they are offering 12 basic body check ups & through body checkup we will be able to know about the pre-existing disease if any & if any of the body organs is malfunctioning.

I came to know more details from their website. Even they provided a toll free number to get in touch with doctors & labs near to the locality. The whole offer is designed keeping in mind the convenience of the consumer.

Its in every way consumer friendly & provides benefits which were never offered by anyone in the medicine before.

Cheers team IHO.

Keep up the good work.

Reiki Therapy Can Help Increase Fertility, Promote Good Prenatal Health & Ease Labor Pains

Reiki is a very ancient form of healing which originated in Tibet and was re-discovered and further developed by a Japanese monk named Dr. Mikao Usui. It is a natural hands-on method of energy balancing for the purpose of stress reduction and relaxation.

Reiki therapy can be used for many conditions and situations. It is especially useful in helping infertility because it is safe and gentle. It helps you reach a deep state of relaxation where you become receptive to receiving healing, thus allowing physiological and emotional changes to take place within your body.

There is a variety of health benefits associated with
Reiki treatments. Some of these benefits include:

reduced levels of stress
increased
energy levels
improved immune system health
reduced muscle pain
reduced levels of anxiety and depression
improved methods of detoxification
Because
Reiki healing works to improve your overall physical and mental health, it can in turn improve your chances of
getting pregnant by promoting overall reproductive health by minimizing conditions and illnesses that can contribute to infertility. Reiki therapy
can help to maintain good reproductive health that is beneficial for both men and women. Also, because stress is often linked to fertility problems, Reiki therapy can be beneficial in cases in which stress is contributing to problems
getting pregnant.

In addition to promoting good preconception health,
Reiki treatments can also help promote good prenatal health. A recent study found that
Reiki healing sessions reduced stress during pregnancy by 94% while nausea and morning sickness were reduced by 80% after
Reiki treatment sessions. In addition, the study found that quality of sleep is improved by 86% when
Reiki treatment is conducted during pregnancy.

Reiki healing can also help to minimize labor pains as well as to provide relief to muscles and reduce other discomforts linked to the birthing process.

To learn more about the benefits of Reiki please visit

To book a Reiki session with Dr. Jessica Caruso please call 603-434-3456 or email .

Discount packages for Reiki treatments are available upon request.

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Diversify Home Health, Home Care And Hospice Services To Secure Your Agencys Financial Future

Have you ever heard the advice to not put all your eggs in one basket? Well the advice is good, especially if you are a Home Health, Home Care or Hospice agency. Putting all your eggs in one basket in the Home Health, Home Care or Hospice industry means having only one line of business. In todays environment, one line of business is a dangerous path to walk. Already we have seen repeated cuts to the Home Health reimbursement formula, and Hospice is under scrutiny and will probably see some rather dramatic cuts in the future. Some Home Care (Private Pay) agencies are seeing a decline in both clients and hours, as well. Just as the chant location, location, location is cited for a business success, diversification is the same for agencies in the Home Health, Home Care and Hospice industry.

As a Home Health or Hospice agency, you may be asking how you can diversify. You already take private insurance, much of which doesnt even cover your expenses. Where can you diversify?

Years ago, many Home Health agencies invested in private duty services. Unfortunately, many of them tried to run these agencies the same way they ran the Medicare-Certified agencies. This turned out to be a less than a financial success for them and, as a result, most of the agencies closed their Private Pay agencies or sold them. I was one of those administrators running both types of agencies. Fortunately, the corporation that owned the agency I managed understood the differences required to successfully operate these two very distinct businesses. As a result, the internal structures and systems for Private Pay were run with entirely different staff and procedures. Fortunately, the Private Pay agency was a financial success and a great partner for the Medicare business.

In todays environment, it may be wise for Medicare agencies to look again at the Private Pay industry and invest in another line of business that will not be subject to the changes of CMS. This holds true for both Medicare Home Health and the Hospice agencies. The opportunities in a Private Pay agency are endless. The services offered are as open and vast as the community served will support. By using the lessons learned from the previous attempts to diversify into Private Pay, the new line of business makes the difference between surviving and thriving.

For Private Pay (Home Care) agencies, diversification is just as important. By having only one or two lines of business, you will very likely have some down times with loss of revenues. Diversification of services helps to diminish the effects of the decline on your personal care or live-in services. There are so many opportunities in the Private Pay arena, it really is a matter of finding out what your marketplace will support and then developing it in such a manner that your customers will see value and buy.

Over the years I have seen some very creative and innovative Private Pay agency owners create truly unique services that were well received by their communities. One agency had a very viable service line in cruise companions. They had a high end senior population that were used to cruises, but because of declines in health and abilities, many of the seniors could no longer travel. The agency developed a contract with a major cruise line where they provided the personal care workers or aides that accompanied the senior on the cruise. The client paid for all the related cruise expenses as well as the daily live-in rate for the aide. Reportedly a great time was had by all.

Another agency developed a Mom and Babe program that catered to the large number of young, educated families in their geographic area. The program retained the services of an OB-GYN RN, who made the first visit to the home the day after the mother was discharged from the hospital. The aide, who was a trained doula, also accompanied the RN on the first visit. The services were bundled into either 5- or 7-day, 12 hour/day packages that included the RN visit and the 5 or 7 days of the specialty aide. The aide not only cared for the mother and baby, but tended to the home and other children, allowing the new mother and baby to have bonding time. The aide planned and cooked the meals and did the laundry and light housekeeping so that the mother could rest. The program, as mentioned, was sold as a package and made great shower gifts. The aide was available on an hourly rate to continue services beyond the package if the family wished, or her services could be bought by the family directly for however long they were needed.

As you can see, there is no limit to what your agency can provide. With appropriate due diligence and an ability to listen to what your community is seeking and willing to pay for, you can do anything. If youre ready to plan a more secure financial future for your agency, contact us today to discuss the many diverse opportunities that are awaiting you.