3 Effective and All Natural Treatment for Asthma

Asthma treatment and medication have indeed come a long way in terms of improvement and affectivity but there is still one problem that most asthmatics encounter in terms or prescribed medication; side effects. Although they are mostly mild and for most cases nonexistent, side effects are one of the main reasons why a lot of

Facts On Leukaemia And What To Do About It

There are many facts known about leukaemia and if someone is dealing with the problem it’s these facts they need to know. Like all cancers, leukaemia happens for a reason as its not some mysterious illness that science can?t fathom. For instance it’s exceptionally rare in S.E. Asia but is prevalent in all western developed

Sensitive Skin: How Would You Look After It?

If you have sensitive skin, you might require to take extra measures to care for and protect your skin. Sensitive skin can make skin care difficult as several products that are meant for cleansing or beautifying the skin can cause irritation. As a result, you must be very cautious what products you choose for skin

Information and Advice for Anxiety Disorder

Being stressed worried is a part of everyday living and everyone has experienced it. There will always be some kind of apprehension when it comes to the many problems that people encounter each day. By being anxious, it rouses you to action which can do you good or cause you harm later on. While anxiety

Beer Reviews Cromwells Hat

As it seems like winter at the moment I thought I would review a beer appropriate to cooler weather. Imagine it is winter! One of the best things about winter is winter beer – strong, full of taste and warming on a winter’s night. Over the last couple of weeks we have been fortunate to

Beer Reviews Wild Swan

Generally I prefer stronger, darker beers. So when I came across a really pale lower gravity beer I wasn’t sure if it would have enough body and taste for me. Mind you, it was brewed by Thornbridge Hall brewery and they ARE one of the best up and coming micro-breweries I have encountered recently. It

Beer Reviews Wells Bombardier

I couldn’t believe it when I noticed that I hadn’t posted a review on Bombardier Bitter. It is a regular feature in one of my local pubs and one I have drunk on MANY occasions. I think by now I am pretty qualified to offer my musings on this traditional, and rather famous, premium ale.

Beer Reviews Youngs Waggledance

The beer called waggledance was developed by the Vaux brewery of Sunderland in 1995 and produced by it’s subsidiary, Ward’s of Sheffield. When these breweries closed, 4 or 5 years later, Young’s of London took over production. Young’s has been a family brewery ever since 1831 when C.A. Young and his partner purchased the Ram

Beer Reviews Belhaven Burns Ale

BELHAVEN brewery is situated on the shores of the Firth of Forth in the Royal Burgh of Dunbar – about 30 miles east of Edinburgh. The brewery was founded by Benedictine monks around 1415 when – after being given land there, they found the water to be excellent for brewing beer. The present brewery was

Beer Reviews Witkap Stimulo

I was looking at my photographs from our trip to Belgium and I felt the urge to review a Belgian bottled beer. This one is known by two different names ~ the one I know it by and have seen it for sale as is Witkap Pater Stimuloin some places it is exported to it