1. Boosts Your Immune System

Sexually active folks take fewer sick days off work. It boosts your body’s defense against germs, viruses and other ailments. Of course, condoms are recommended to prevent STDs.

2. Boosts Your Libido

Having sex often helps you feel better and will improves your libido.

For women, having sex ups vaginal lubrication, blood flow, and elasticity, all of which make sex feel better and help you crave more of it.

3. Improves Women’s Bladder Control

30T of women are affected by incontinence at some time in their lives. Sex is a muscle workout for the pelvic floor. Having an orgasm causes contractions that strengthen the muscles.

4. Lowers Blood Pressure

A landmark study found that sexual intercourse lowered systolic blood pressure.

5. Sex Counts as Exercise

Sex might not replace the treadmill or other exercise, but it uses about five calories/minute and bumps the heart rate using various muscles. Make time in your schedule to do this vital exercise regularly.

6. Lowers Heart Attack Risk

Sex raises your heart rate, helps keep estrogen and testosterone levels balanced.

7. Lessens Pain

Hurting? Try having an orgasm before reaching for pain meds. Orgasms can block pain by releasing a hormone that raises your pain threshold. Vaginal stimulation, even without orgasm, can block chronic back and leg pain, reduce menstrual cramps, arthritic pain and sometimes headaches.  

8. Sex Might Reduce Chances of Having Prostate Cancer.

Men who ejaculated frequently have shown to be less likely to suffer from prostrate cancer, according to the Journal of the American Medical Association.

9. Sleep Better

Even if you don’t nod off after sex, it can increase the feeling of relaxation and sleepiness.

10. Reduces Stress

An intimate relationship can soothe stress and reduce anxiety. Touching, hugging and kissing release your body’s natural “feel-good chemical.” Sexual arousal releases the brain’s hormone that amps up pleasure and reward system, reducing anxiety, boosting self-esteem and happiness. It’s a prescription for a healthy, happy life.


Naturally repels insects, ants and bugs.

Used to aid oral health

Promotes pain relief and helps alleviate stress

Stimulates brain activity

Used to treat nausea

Aides digestion

Increases circulation

Can help heal urinary tract infection

Helps clear respiratory tract

Has anti-viral properties

A drop added to castor oil and applied to the scalp, left overnight can promote hair growth.

Rub it on the belly to ease minstrel cramps.

Massage a few drops into temples to help relieve headaches, sinus headaches or migraines.

Massage a few drops around or under nose to relieve sinus congestion and infection.

Massage into the scalp before shampooing or add a few drops to your shampoo to eliminate dandriff.

Massage in to brighten, smooth, moisturize, nourish and achieve healthy skin.
Helps control acne.

Makes a great facial scrub.

Increases blood circulation to the lips, so when applied topically can plump lips.

Add it to aloe and massage into feet before bedtime to soften feet.

Can reduce fungal infection and nail fungus.

As with anything, DO NOT USE if allergic.

NOTE: There are many different brands available in many retail outlets readily available. I do not recommend any particular kind or brand.

Nail Fungus?

Another homeopathic cure is to dab a cotton ball in apple cider vinegar and apply to the effected area at bedtime and after a shower. Do consistently for a few weeks, and it could clear up your issue. I had a problem with my big toe having a fungus beneath the nail. My doctor wanted to remove the nail. I was stubborn and decided to try this first, before resorting to, what I considered to be drastic measures. It may or may not work for you, but it did for me.

I read that studies show this combination can help stop fungus growth. Mix TB toothpaste, TB backing soda, TB peroxide. Apply to the fungus effected area. Wait 15 minutes. Rinse. Repeat 3 times for 8 weeks.

Acid in aspirin breaks down and dissolves hard calluses. Crush 6 tablets of aspirin with 2 TB lemon juice. Apply a pea-sized bit to calluses. Cover area with plastic wrap. Rest 15 minutes. Rinse. Rub dry skin off with pumice or foot scrubber.

DISCLAIMER: None of these ideas are mean to replace your doctor’s advice. If you have any condition or dietary issue, it is highly recommended you consult your physician. These are simply tips that we’ve collected that can and might be of use to our followers.

DISCLAIMER: This site is not managed by a doctor. It is specifically and strictly available to share information from the author’s research with readers. Before beginning any program or using any product mentioned, it is recommended the reader check with her personal physician to determine if it is a proper course of action based on their personal circumstances.

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