Austin Salt Cave is your destination for all things salt. All the products they carry are, in some way, made with salt: lamps, blocks for cooking, lotions, soaps, and sunscreen. There is a selection of edible salt from around the world. I sampled the matcha salt, which had a slight green tinge. Then I tried a small sample of “venom,” made with Trinidad scorpion peppers, which had my mouth burning. Definitely recommended for spice enthusiasts, but use with caution!
If you’re a fan of Nancy Drew or Hercule Poirot, you’re going to love Carly Pollack and Lauren Deaton. Both are in hot pursuit on a case of utmost importance, your health.
The stories from those who choose to walk through the quaint blue cottage of Nutritional Wisdom are as eclectic as the blue bowling ball and pumpkin sitting out front. Some individuals seek guidance to alter weight, improve skin, correct hormonal imbalance, re-align digestive tracts, lower cholesterol, improve mental clarity or simply improve overall health. I was there out of sheer frustration. [Read more…]
I’ve never met anyone who thought they had a perfect body. Many of us have aches and pains, and some of us carry pain every day. Others of us see aesthetic imperfections in ourselves that are a daily annoyance, or even embarrassment.
To escape our pain and/or embarrassment, we as humans go to great lengths. We have surgeries. We take medications.
Many of the solutions we look to are invasive, and they come with risks and significant side effects. And sometimes, after all our efforts, the solutions we invest in don’t even work.
According to Wikipedia, “Cryotherapy is the local or general use of low temperatures in medical therapy.”
“Low temperatures” is no understatement. I’m talking 220-degrees-below-zero kind of cold. [Read more…]