Rosemary for Remembrance

by in Antioxidants, Attention Deficit Disorder, Caffeine, Colds/Flus, Digestion, Headaches, Heart Disease, Heartburn, Herbal Medicine, Kitchen Sink, Memory, Menopause May 28, 2008

Rosemary is a great herb for memory. Rosemary is often added to recipes dedicated to those that did not survive breast cancer for “remembrance”. William Shakespeare even wrote in the play Hamlet, “There is rosemary, and that is for remembrance”. Not too long ago we had some random spring snow here in Seattle, and whenever […]


by in Caffeine January 10, 2008

ACTION IN THE BODY AND COMMON SOURCES Caffeine is a drug used by millions of people daily that stimulates the body. Many people may experience undesirable effects of caffeine stimulation. Caffeine stimulates a person’s “fight or flight” reaction. Mental activity and feelings of alertness are increased and generally the body is prepared for quick action. […]