Women’s libido, mystical mugwort and jumping on a trampoline were some of the top health and wellness posts for 2018 on the Herbal Collective.
Other posts that received plenty of visitors were red clover benefits, magnesium for migraines, reducing inflammation, multi-vitamin supplements, digestive enzymes and raw honey, essential oils for asthma and benefits of Indian Head Massage.
We know our readers love herbs and their many benefits for health concerns. Essential oil remedies are a top favorite too. We'll continue to bring you more of that for 2019. So here in order are the top blog posts and the number of visits to each post for 2018.
Take a look at the posts below or the one that appeals to you the most.
Lost your libido – 5 herbal remedies to kickstart sex drive before and after menopause
This post that received 2128 views shows peri-menopausal and menopausal women how to use herbal remedies to gain their libido back for a healthy, active sex life.
Mystical magical mugwort
With 2018 views, this post intrigued people.
Mystical magical mugwort is the herb of protection and psychic vision.
Artemisia vulgaris is sometimes known as common wormwood, felon herb, travelers herb, chrysanthemum weed and Sailors tobacco (used as a alternative to tobacco when supplies run low at sea) among others.
Benefits of jumping on a trampoline
What kid doesn't like jumping on a trampoline? But it's good for an adult too. With 1428 views, jumping on a trampoline has many amazing benefits.
There are mini trampolines too.
Migraines can be effectively reduced with magnesium
Migraines are a big deal, judging by the 1,379 views on this post. Migraine treatment and prevention is particularly difficult because the exact cause of migraines is not known. One popular theory suggests that vascular constriction blocks blood flow to the brain, leading to headache; another theory says that a drop in serotonin levels affects the interaction between the trigeminal nerve and the brainstem, resulting in pain.
Reduce inflammation in two easy steps
Inflammation has been a buzz word for the last year and 1324 views show it matters. To control inflammation, we need to understand what's causing it in the first place. Whereas the factors contributing to inflammation seem complex, the main things to consider are two: digestive health and mental health.
How multi-vitamin supplements improve health and well being – 1107
Red Clover benefits for the Symptoms of Menopause
Traditional medicine has valued red clover benefits for health and wellness for many years, especially for this plant's ability to ease respiratory problems, soothe skin irritations, and lessen arthritic aches and pains. Current research about this perennial herb has targeted, in particular, the many ways it can help manage the various symptoms of menopause.
With 1021 views, our female readers particularly liked this post.
Digestive Enzymes and the Role of Raw Honey
With 878 views, digestive enzymes and raw honey is important.
Digestive enzymes are made in the body by its organs and are found in the gastrointestinal tract. They are secreted in the salivary glands, stomach, pancreas and the small intestine. In some way, digestive enzymes are also known as metabolic enzymes that play the metabolic role of digesting food. The food is digested for it to be absorbed through the walls of the small intestine and into the blood stream.
Essential Oils for Asthma
With 835 views, asthma is a big deal and essential oils help.
While most people take breathing for granted, asthma sufferers do not.
Asthma is a common chronic inflammatory disease of the airways characterized by variable and recurring symptoms, reversible airflow obstruction and bronchospasm. Common symptoms include coughing, chest tightness, shortness of breath and wheezing.
Benefits of Indian Head Massage
Indian Head Massage is a safe, simple yet effective stress busting technique.
It’s great for anyone with aching shoulders, tight necks, tension headaches, eyestrain, insomnia, anxiety, depression, hair loss, sinus congestion.
The recipient does not have to undress and sits in comfortable chair. No special equipment is needed so it can be done anywhere. This post garnered 792 responses.