Despite government resistance, cannabis is slowly gaining the reputation it deserves – a healing plant with much medicinal value.
Here are 3 little-known facts about smoking that you may not be aware of—facts that could further convince you to drop the habit for good.
Taking care of your skin can help you retain a youthful, wrinkle-free appearance throughout the years. Here are 4 ways to reduce wrinkles naturally.
Some say a proposed law that would ban smoking in New Jersey public parks and beaches is for the betterment of all, while others say it is just too much.
A new study shows that serious mental illness is just as bad for our health as heavy smoking – sometimes taking an entire decade off our lifespan.
A new analysis shows that smoking controls over the past 50 years have saved 8 million lives and increased the average lifespans by nearly 20 years.
Calamus root can calm the nervous system. Just by chewing on the root, it can take the edge off of cigarette cravings so that it is easier to stop smoking.
Do you know about the dangers of thirdhand smoke? Studies have indicated that thirdhand smoke can lead to DNA changes and cancer.
Did you know that cigarette smoke AND chemtrails are poisoning your body with toxins and heavy metals? Don’t worry, though, there are solutions.
Happiness means different things for different people, but it’s important for everyone. Here are 5 simple things that may improve your overall happiness.
Colorado’s recent legalization of marijuana has led to many questions. Here are a few things you need to know about pot in Colorado.
Once banned by the FDA, lobelia, or Indian tobacco, has been used as an herbal remedy for generations to help smokers quit cigarettes and heal their lungs.
Drug companies falsify data and get away with murder, as evidenced by Pfizer’s smoking cessation drug Chantix and its link to suicide and homicide.
Did you know that up to 90% of diabetes sufferers can treat the issue themselves through lifestyle choices? Big pharma does NOT want you to know this.
We’ve long been told that smoking causes premature aging, but a new study involving twins offers photographic evidence that the habit makes you look older.
The New York City Council recently voted to raise the age at which people can legally buy tobacco products from 18 to 21 in hopes of curbing addiction.
Researchers from University College London found that combining alcohol and cigarettes was associated with 36 percent faster decline in brain function.