Mental Health Natural Helps.

Hey all, just wanted to introduce myself, I am Nicky and I am almost off all my mental health medication because, well, it wasn't working, ad was making me worse! So, I am on the start of a journey to discover natural medicines / remedies that can help me improve my mental health. I look forward to reading your posts and getting to know you all a little.

Adjustable Height Folding Walking Stick Cane

Folding Walking Sticks
Our Price :Rs 558
Folding canes are much like traditional single tip canes except that they can fold up into a more compact form. Usually folding canes break down into 4 parts that remain connected due to a string that runs through all 4 pieces. Once broken down, folding canes can fit into many briefcases, suit cases, or even carry bags for easy transport. Most folding canes, feature a locking ring that keeps the cane from folding while walking. All of the folding canes have this feature. The folding canes offer come in many different styles. Adjustable height folding gel grip cane has covered. The gel grip is designed to reduce stress and hand fatigue providing a more comfortable experience. The handle height is adjustable allowing for personal sizing. As an added bonus, a handy wrist strap attached to the handgrip will ensure that always in reach of the cane when need it. The cane easily folds and unfolds with out tools, making storage or travel convenient.

Folding canes for men and women can be a great medical supportive device for travel or everyday use. They fold up easily and stores away neatly. A folding cane is a great way to reduce the risk of falls for elderly with minor balance, strength and endurance issues. If they are not significantly unsteady on their feet, a walking Folding Cane might be all they need to be safe and as independent as possible. Of all the mobility products for the elderly, a folding cane provides the least amount of support but may be all the elderly parent needs. It is also the most portable and affordable option that can make a big difference in improving the safety.

Features
Cane folds into 4 convenient parts for easy storage
Comes with plastic holster carry case
Handle height adjusts in 1" increments from 33" to 37"
New gel grip reduces hand stress and fatigue
Folding Walking Stick Cane
10/5 section height adjustable
Adjustable length: 68.5-91.3cm/ 81-91cm
Ergonomic plastic handle
4 section folding
Tubecolor Copper
Tripod Walking Stick is one of the ideal product to be used by the people who suffer with the problem of poor balance. It provides excellent support and balance to the user, which aids him or her to walk easily. This is a secure and sturdy walking stick, which is known for its lightweight and comfort factor and improved stability. The height of the Tripod Sticks can easily be adjusted with the help of a lock pin easily.

Tripod Walking Stick
Our Price :Rs 740
Available in universal size, Tripod Walking Stick has been designed as per the comfort of the user. It is extremely easy to use this stick for walking or strolling purpose as it’s extremely light in weight. This is just like a traditional walking stick, but with a base at the end for additional stability. The specially styled handle of this walking stick provides a secure grip to the user and provides maximum stability.

Tripod Walking Stick
Aluminum tubing with steel welded low base
Comfortable hand grip
Height adjustable: 71.5-94.3cm
Base size: 18-22cm

Anyone managing depression or anxiety naturally?

Just curious if anyone here is trying to manage their depression or anxiety without taking prescription medications? I have recently started seeing an acupuncturist regularly, taking Chinese herbs for anxiety, exercising, and trying to eat a balanced diet. I also take additional vitamins and trying to get enough sleep. I was quite unhealthy over the holidays in terms of eating poorly, drinking alcohol, and not exercising. That seemed to really take a toll on my mental health and confidence. I am committed to trying to be a healthier, happier person. Even though I know I will have my slip ups, I really am going to try to see if a more holistic approach to managing mental health helps me overall.

Anyone have advice or suggestions on things they have tried that have helped?

Any tips?

I have diarrhea for 3 damn days now. My only option is to go to the emergency room or wait out 2 more days to
see if it will go away. I had diarrhea a week ago but it was over in 2 and a half days. Then I ate a plate of steak with a
side of veggies (broccoli, string beans, carrots and potatoes). The food is all fresh and well cooked, other people
in my family ate it and have no problem. About 2 hours after I ate that, I had hot chocolate. I think the hot
chocolate didn't mix well with the steak but if it was the food, the diarrhea shouldve been over within a day and a half because I went
to the toilet MANY times, all of the food should be gone :(. I tried hot ginger juice, gatorade, imodium pills, pepto bismo,
and ate toast and apples. If my trips to the toilet subsided, my stomach still feels nauseous and I feel like puking every time
I take measly bites of food. On another note, I am 5 feet and weigh like 105 lbs, this is really bad for my weight issue
as I've been working on gaining more weight. If you have any tips, throw some in here too. I spoke to the doctor about this
weight issue awhile back and I've been told that it's normal weight for my height range so that's no help.
Jill

Please help: Solution to suffering from liver damage

Hello,

I need all you all's input. An older-aged friend is really suffering right now from liver damage caused by an excess of alcohol consumption in the past. He has not had a drink in two years, but the damage has been done and right now he's very sick. He is currently at the hospital, but I have also promised to do some research and compile a list of natural treatment options for his wife. (Especially since a transplant will probably not be a viable option.)

So far, this is what I have come up with. I would appreciate your input on what I already have, as well as further suggestions. Also, if anyone happens to speak Spanish (I am living in Mexico but have only been speaking the language for 6 mos. now), I would really appreciate corrections of anything I may have mis-translated. I am especially uncertain about "dock" (likely is the word for boat dock since I found it with an online translator...) and "Oregon grape" (because I know that "ova" is just the word for the fruit, grape).

#1 Blackberry (zarzamora): good for "sluggish liver." Make a tea from the leaves.

#2 Chicory root (raiz de achicoria): liver-cleansing. Brew it like coffee.

#3 Dandelion (diente de leon): stimulates the liver to rid the body of poisons. Eat the leaves or make a tea from the ground root.

#4 Dock (darsena?): stimulates liver bile and clears toxins. Steep root in hot water, strain and reheat tea. Don't boil the root.

#5 Fennel (hinojo): Repairs liver damage caused by alcohol (perhaps this is their best option?). Root extract or tea made from leaves.

#6 Oregon grape (Uva de Oregon?): Root has blood-cleansing properties, used to alleviate liver-induced symptoms. 1 oz. of dried root to 1 quart of water.

Thank you for your help.
x-posted
Jill

Breastbone Pain

My boyfriend has been experiencing pain at the tip of his breastbone, and radiating outward to the left and right, every day or every two days, or so. It is often accompanied by nausea and dizziness, and sometimes by a little bit of burping up of gas. It seems to happen more when he is drinking something, or standing for a long time. He says there are no other notable symptoms.

Does anyone know what might be the cause of this, and any natural treatments which might be effective?

Thanks for your help : )

QIGONG

The website about QIGONG - http://en.dzendo.org - "WAY OF SILENCE" is established by the Public Wu Chan Zhong Qigong Club 'SNOW DRAGON'. This is very interesting and informative website!


The method, encouraged by SNOW DRAGON Club is Wu Chan Zhong Qigong System. This is considered to be one of the higher Qigong standards, and is an applied art of complex ability optimization to achieve a person’s maximum advantage and effectiveness in every point of one’s Existence.

Wu Chan Zhong Qigong System is a complex system of knowledge and methods to attain a personal breakthrough into the sphere of extra potential, better self-perception, understanding the world structure, and realizing one’s sense and significance in this world. Our site is created to give a lucid and detailed explanation how to achieve it and how and why Qigong practicing and meditation can change the awareness and sense perception of a Qigong practitioner.

WCZ Qigong is not a religious system. It is practiced by Christians and Taoists, Chán (Zen) adepts and Muslems, Buddhists, Hinduists and Judaists, Sufis, Yogi and Shamans…. WCZ Qigong method of practice is the most spread and known style in the Ukraine, Belarus, Baltic States, in Germany and Slovakia. This method is well-known in Canada, America, Israel, and India. Annually, more and more people in different countries around the world discover this Qigong style and start practicing Wu Chan Zhong Qigong.

Meditation - the most important method of this school Qigong.

Article on meditation 
http://en.dzendo.org/index.php?load=stat&cat=10 will be interesting to anyone interested in the topic, even if not engaged in Qigong, and any other system of self-development: Yoga, Zen, Buddhism, Taoism.

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reiki healing

Reiki Symbols – The Gift of Life Force

There are two schools of thought about Reiki symbols. The first says that Reiki symbols are sacred and not to be shared with those who are not initiated into Reiki. It is thought the Reiki symbols will not work, and will be diluted if they are shared with someone who has no knowledge of how to use them. The second school of thought is sharing the Reiki symbols with everyone is really what the energy of Reiki is all about – UNIVERSAL life force. And thus, it should be available to all to share. Seems there is no right or wrong here, just which school of thought you subscribe to, or what your Reiki training has been.

There are still some old Reiki masters who will tell you right off the bat that the Reiki symbols are not to be shared with just anyone, as it takes away from the power of them. There may be sense in this argument if you stop to think about the Reiki symbols themselves. They don't mean anything to someone who has no idea what they are or what they can achieve with them. On the other hand, there are so many self-help books on the subject of Reiki and using the Reiki symbols that you might think you can learn how to do Reiki through using a book and teaching yourself.

If the books dealing with Reiki symbols are to be believed, you should not only be able to learn the symbols, but attune yourself and become whatever level of practitioner you wish. While this sounds simple, there really is a whole lot more to it than just reading a book. Particularly when you get more advanced in levels.

Without getting into too much about the symbols, as in drawing them, we can certainly tell you the names of the symbols used for the lower levels of Reiki energy channeling. If you are just starting, the first level of Reiki requires no symbols to work. It does however need an attunement from the Reiki master who is training you. Level 2 symbols need to be given to you by the Reiki master along with an attunement to the second level. Self-help books indicate you can do attunements yourself. That is still a highly controversial level and a word of caution here. Do energy work with respect and caution.

But, back to the Level 2 symbols. There are three of them – the Power symbol, the Mental/Emotional Symbol and the Distance Symbol. The Power symbol means "by Imperial decree, put all the power of the universe here". The Mental/Emotional Symbol means "God and humanity become one, to create a new habit". The Distance Symbol means "May the Buddha (enlightened one) in me connect with the Buddha in you to promote peace and dignity."
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