Lotus Love Sunday Editorial - Nothing But Good News
It's @JustinParke here with another Lotus Love Sunday Editorial. It seems this curation is full of nothing but good news and positive vibes, and that is something to give thanks for in these troubled times.
You'll find creativity, ingenuity, professionalism, resourcefulness, anticipation of good things to come, a sense of achievement, and many more positive human emotions. I searched beyond the borders of the Natural Medicine Community to find many of the gems featured in this post, so I hope you soak up the wholesome energy within and enjoy the read.
What Exactly Does a TENS unit do for Pain? (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation)? +Giveaway!by: @bobandbrad
These professional physical therapists bring a lot of value to a blockchain like Hive. Their knowledge of pain management comes from years of study and practice, and you are guaranteed to learn a lot watching any of their videos.
I don't personally suffer from any body pain issues, but I still enjoy watching their videos, and I think it's really cool these guys decided to share their expertise with our community. I hope these guys will upload to 3Speak once they are more familiar and comfortable with the Hive-o-sphere.
A legendary holistic friend of the #naturalmedicine community has been exploring the blockchain through his fictional friend "Hypersensitivosaurus." If you're not familiar with this character, scroll through Vincent's old posts and you will see plenty of posts experiencing the world through this sensitive dino. I think we can all find a little bit of our own life story and struggles within these short stories, and soon to be book!
I love when cultures/languages give very direct names for things like plants, animals, diseases, etc. Cambodians call diabetes the sweet pee illness, and they refer to aloe vera as crocodile tail in the Khmer language. Nigeria is full of languages, so I can't be sure what language is responsible for the beautiful name for a powerful local plant, but it's very easy to remember.
In this post you'll find the traditional folk medicine uses of this leaf, as well as how to make a simple preparation/extract from it for medicinal use.