Cancer Survivor Day - June 7, 2020

Cancer Survivor Day - June 7, 2020

June 7 2020
Congratulations! Let us celebrate cancer survivors from the disease that does not discriminate.
May Is Arthritis Awareness Month

May Is Arthritis Awareness Month

May 1 2020
May is arthritis awareness month. But what exactly is arthritis and what are the most common types?
The Aches & Pains of Childhood

The Aches & Pains of Childhood

April 6 2020
In the past, doctors used to say that babies and children do not have pain, but how did they know? Young children are unable to tell their parents they “hurt” other than becoming fussy and crying.
Customer Story: Judy Gibson

Customer Story: Judy Gibson

March 23 2020
Judy Gibson is an 80-year-young woman that has had numerous jobs in her lifetime, each one she adored. Judy said she would still be working if not for the fact she had to move and then decided to quit working at age 73. Like most people her age she began to have pain and swelling in her knees.
Benefits and Effectiveness of Yoga

Benefits and Effectiveness of Yoga

March 16 2020
Maintaining a regular yoga practice can have numerous physical and mental health benefits. While there are many different types of yoga, most tend to focus on breathing exercises, meditation, and poses that stretch muscle groups. 
March is Autoimmune Disease Awareness Month

March is Autoimmune Disease Awareness Month

March 2 2020
March is National Autoimmune Disease Month, and the American Autoimmune Related Disease Association (AARDA) hopes to educate the public on risk factors, prevalence, and the lack of awareness surrounding the various diseases. 
Treatments for Chronic Pain

Treatments for Chronic Pain

February 18 2020
If you suffer from chronic pain, you know how much it can impact your day to day living. Fortunately, treatments for chronic pain have come a long way over the last few years.
February is American Heart Month

February is American Heart Month

February 4 2020
As you think about Valentine’s Day and celebrating the people you love, it’s also a good idea to take some time to evaluate your self care and heart health. February is American Heart Month, an annual celebration which began over 50 years ago to encourage Americans to join the battle against heart disease.
Aching Muscles From Too Much Exertion?

Aching Muscles From Too Much Exertion?

January 20 2020
Whether you’ve been shoveling snow, exercising, or exerting yourself at work, you may have noticed some soreness and aching in your muscles. Although extremely common, aching muscles can leave you feeling uncomfortable and unmotivate
"I Feel Good!" 5 Habits to a Healthier YOU!

"I Feel Good!" 5 Habits to a Healthier YOU!

January 10 2020
Our habits define our lives. If we do not like what we see, whether it is in the mirror, or in our bank accounts, we need to make changes.
Gift Ideas for Family and Friends with Chronic Pain

Gift Ideas for Family and Friends with Chronic Pain

December 11 2019
When shopping for a loved one with chronic pain, some of the standard gift options aren’t always the best choice. Instead, let them know you care by selecting something helpful and comforting.
Stay Pain Free During The Holiday

Stay Pain Free During The Holiday

December 9 2019
It’s the most wonderful time of year, yet it can also be the most stressful. Decorating, shopping, cooking, parties, and traveling can take its toll on even the healthiest among us.
Is It Possible To Eat Healthy At Thanksgiving?

Is It Possible To Eat Healthy At Thanksgiving?

November 25 2019
Research shows that some people consume over 5,000 calories on Thanksgiving Day without even realizing it.
How Being Grateful Can Benefit Your Health

How Being Grateful Can Benefit Your Health

November 11 2019
Over the last decade, it has been well-documented that gratitude contributes to psychological well-being. Being thankful can make people happier, improve their relationships, and even potentially counteract depression. 
Not Just A Weed - The Original Medicine Cabinet

Not Just A Weed - The Original Medicine Cabinet

August 19 2019
Long before the invention of modern medicine, people relied on plants to cure their aches, pains, and illnesses. Although it can be mistaken for a pesky weed, milkweed has a long history of improving a variety of health conditions.
Essential Oils - Fad or Fact?

Essential Oils - Fad or Fact?

August 5 2019
Whether you have a friend that sells essential oils through a multilevel marketing company, or you've noticed them on the shelves of your local discount store, chances are you've heard the hype about essential oils.
Stay Healthy Around The 4th!

Stay Healthy Around The 4th!

July 3 2019
Whether you're traveling to the beach or staying local to celebrate the Fourth of July, it's important to stay safe and healthy while enjoying yourself.
Stressed Out?  You Might Want To Unplug!

Stressed Out? You Might Want To Unplug!

June 3 2019
If texting, emailing, and the demands of social media have you feeling a bit stressed out, it might be a good time to unplug and carve out time for some real self-care.
Help Mom Stay Pain Free

Help Mom Stay Pain Free

May 7 2019
Whether you live nearby or far away, here are some ways you can help Mom feel her best.
New Treatments For Migraines

New Treatments For Migraines

April 10 2019
Whether you suffer from migraines yourself or know someone who does, migraines can be serious and debilitating. Migraines are a prevalent neurological disease that affect one billion people worldwide.
Tennis Elbow & How to Help Minimize The Pain

Tennis Elbow & How to Help Minimize The Pain

March 18 2019

Tennis elbow, also called lateral epicondylitis, is a painful condition that involves the tendons that join the forearm muscles to the outside of the elbow. Although a small percentage of tennis players have the condition, it is actually more common among people performing repetitive movements.

New Year – New You!

New Year – New You!

January 6 2019
Good mental and physical health is the foundation for achieving all other goals, both personal and professional. The new year is the perfect time to work on creating healthy habits.
Gift Ideas for Patients with Chronic Health Issues

Gift Ideas for Patients with Chronic Health Issues

December 18 2018
As the holidays draw closer, you may be wondering what to get for your loved one who has chronic health issues. Although some traditional gifts may be appropriate, chances are there are specific things your loved one might need at this time.
Flu Seasons is Here!

Flu Seasons is Here!

December 9 2018
Flu season is upon us and although it is impossible to predict what will happen each year, the CDC recommends every individual over 6 months of age get an age-appropriate flu vaccine to help protect against the disease. 
Carpal Tunnel – Symptoms and Treatment Options

Carpal Tunnel – Symptoms and Treatment Options

November 11 2018
The median nerve runs from the forearm into the palm of the hand, and it gives feeling to the thumb and fingers. When it becomes pressed or squeezed, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome can occur.
Cancer Treatment Pain – Side Effects From Chemo & Radiation

Cancer Treatment Pain – Side Effects From Chemo & Radiation

October 22 2018
Many cancer patients experience pain during and after treatment, in one way or another. It may be temporary or long-lasting, mild or severe, or even affect the organs or bones.
Sciatic Pain?

Sciatic Pain?

September 17 2018
Sciatic pain radiates along the path of the sciatic nerve, which branches out from your lower back, through the hips and buttocks, and down each leg. Sciatica usually happens when a herniated disk on the spine compresses part of the nerve. 
Breast Cancer Survior, Pat Moxley, shares her Milkweed Balm Story

Breast Cancer Survior, Pat Moxley, shares her Milkweed Balm Story

September 4 2018
As of June 4, 2018, Patricia Moxley is cancer-free! Diagnosed with breast cancer a few months ago, Moxley had a mastectomy to remove the tumor and surrounding breast tissue. Although the surgery was successful, it left her with some pain and discomfort in the area.
Juvenile Diabetes Pain

Juvenile Diabetes Pain

August 24 2018
Juvenile diabetes, which is known as Type 1 diabetes, is a chronic condition in which the pancreas produces little or no insulin. The hormone, insulin, is needed to allow sugar to enter cells to produce energy. The onset of Type 1 diabetes has nothing to do with diet or lifestyle. It usually appears in childhood or adolescence, but it can also develop in adults.
Customer, Tracey Lambert, Shares Her Love of Milkweed Balm

Customer, Tracey Lambert, Shares Her Love of Milkweed Balm

August 6 2018
A few years ago, when Monarch Flyway started to delve into using milkweed oil as a natural remedy...
Debrah Gann: Can Focus On What She Enjoys Thanks To Milkweed Balm

Debrah Gann: Can Focus On What She Enjoys Thanks To Milkweed Balm

July 10 2018
With a Masters degree in Geology and an accomplished career in Environmental Science and Hydrogeology, Debrah Gann was enjoying life in Midland, Texas, alongside her husband of 45 years when a major health issue stopped her in her tracks.
Sinus, Cluster, Tension, & Migraine Headaches – Know The Difference

Sinus, Cluster, Tension, & Migraine Headaches – Know The Difference

July 2 2018
Headaches can range in severity from mild discomfort to debilitating pain. Some people may not re...
Summer Heat, Chronic Pain, Inflammation, and You

Summer Heat, Chronic Pain, Inflammation, and You

June 28 2018
Summer heat and humidity can be difficult to manage when you’re healthy. But when you suffer from chronic pain, it can be even more challenging. People with chronic pain conditions may have difficulty regulating their system when the weather heats up.
Symptoms and Treatments for TMJ & TMD Pain

Symptoms and Treatments for TMJ & TMD Pain

May 7 2018
The temporomandibular joint connects the jawbone to your skull on each side of your face. It acts like a sliding hinge that lets you move your jaw up and down and side to side, so you can talk, chew, and yawn. 
Living With Restless Leg Syndrome

Living With Restless Leg Syndrome

April 10 2018
If you have an uncontrollable urge to move your legs because of an uncomfortable sensation, you may have Restless Leg Syndrome. RLS typically happens in the evening or during the night when you're sitting or lying down. It can begin at any age and generally worsens as you age.
5 Ways to Minimize Chronic Pain at Bedtime

5 Ways to Minimize Chronic Pain at Bedtime

March 20 2018
If you suffer from chronic pain, you may have difficulty falling asleep and staying asleep. Unfortunately, lack of sleep can exacerbate your pain, leading to a vicious cycle that makes it harder to find relief or rest. Try these tips so you can reduce the pain and catch some zzz's.