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Epilepsy

Epilepsy Epilepsy is a disorder of the nervous system which is characterised by the tendency of a person to have seizures. Seizure relates to the

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Covid and Homeopathy

Covid and Homeopathy

Covid and Homeopathy Today, humanity is living through the third serious coronavirus outbreak in less than 20 years, following SARS in 2002-2003 and MERS in

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Calendula officinalis

Common name: Marigold.  Family: Compositae. Calendula is our wound medicine prepared from the tall Marigold growing in the wild non-acidic soil. This plant is also

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First of all, my ultimate goal is to help you live to your fullest capacity, where the entire spiritual, mental, emotional, social and physical being is restored to the natural state it was created in. In the begin, the times of Hippocrates the human being was recognised as a trinity of body, mind and spirit, with the last being perhaps the most important part.” Any views or advice obtained via this website should not be taken as a substitute for medical advice or treatment, especially if you are aware of, or suffer from, a specific health complaint. In this paragraph, I’m going to discuss a few reasons why practice is important to mastering skills. Firstly, the only way to truly learn a skill is by actually doing what you’ll have to do in the real world. Secondly, I think practice can be a fun way of putting in the necessary hours. There are, however, some people who will disagree. Thirdly, and most importantly, it is said that people tend to remember only 10-20% of what they read or hear. Moreover, that number rises to as much as 90% when you put theory to practice. In conclusion, following up explanation with practice is key to mastering a skill.