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It may be one of the most popular and commonly consumed herbs, yet many people do not know the true value of Basil. While it adds a nice aromatic flare to just about any food – and of course is the basis for pesto – Basil offers an abundance of health...

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A picture may be worth a 1000 words, but a video is even more powerful, especially when it comes to social media. Here are some stats gathered by WordStream, an online advertising software and solutions provider, about the popularity and influence...

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In the story of “Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves,” the magical phrase “Open Sesame” is used to open the mouth of a cave where inside there is a hidden treasure. While it may not be magical, Sesame Oil has a lot of powers in the health department...

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We’re well into spring and you’ve probably noticed that your clients are looking for something new and uplifting at this time of year.  Spring gives you an opportunity to recommend new treatment options to fulfill client desires to feel renewed and refreshed.

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Combine a slew of healthful benefits with a fresh tangy aroma and you can understand why orange essential oil has been popular for thousands of years.  It has been used in India, the Middle East and China and other cultures for a wide range of body and...

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Called the Passion Flower, this perennial woody vine just might have one of the most interesting stories behind its name.  Christian missionaries arriving in South America in the 16th century discovered the stunningly beautiful plant, which they called...

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Looking for something to help soothe the senses? Look no further than lavender.  The Romans added lavender to their bath water because of its calming and relaxing fragrance.  In fact, the Latin word for wash is lavare. Since those ancient times...

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Massage Therapy News and Research

Mar 7, 2019 4:00:00 AM

Massage Magazine reports research indicates that women who have upper-extremity pain and mobility issues following breast-cancer surgery experience significant improvements in these areas following weekly half-hour sessions of myofascial massage.

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At BIOTONE, we pride ourselves on using ingredients that truly stand the test of time.  One such ingredient is the herb Comfrey. The roots and leaves of the Comfrey plant have been used to treat damaged tissues and broken bones since ancient times.

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Don’t let their cute looks fool you. Koalas may look all cuddly on the outside, but inside they are nothing short of steel when it comes to their diet. The tree-dwelling marsupial, which is closely related to the kangaroo - not the bear - complete with pouch...

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