Friday, 25 May 2018


Regardless of the temperature, the benefits of taking a bath have been scientifically proven and can ensure optimal health of the mind and body.

Bathing can improve heart health
Although bathing in high temperatures can put unnecessary strain on your heart, especially if you have a pre-existing heart condition, taking a warm bath will make your heart beat faster and can give it a healthy work out. This can improve circulation around the body and to the extremities as it makes the blood less viscous and the vessels function better. In people without prior heart disease and who are otherwise healthy, a warm bath can lower your blood pressure and improve cardiac function.

Baths Can Elevate Your Mood
Obviously settling into warm water feels good, but that pleasure happens to have staying power. According to psychologist Neil Morris, who surveyed 80 people, bathing can diminish feelings of depression and pessimism because "Baths give you...a wonderful combination of isolation, quiet, and comfort." The feelings of closeness we receive from being submerged in warm liquid "gives us connotations of being in the womb, and it is very comforting," Dr. John Harcup, chairman of the Medical Advisory Committee for the British Spa Foundation, suggests. Overall, bathing induces feelings of comfort and easiness, and that kind of security allows your mind, and subsequently your body, to relax.

Taking a bath may help you to breathe easier
Being immersed in water past your chest with your head out, can have a good influence on your lung capacity and oxygen intake. There are two factors that contribute to this; the temperature of the water and the pressure the water places on your chest and lungs. When the water is warmer and your heart is beating faster, your oxygen intake can be improved and the steam created can clear your sinuses and chest. Immersion in colder water such as taking a swim in a natural body of water or an unheated pool, can help to reduce the risk of infection in people who suffer from COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease). Studies on prepubescent girls have shown that swimming can improve lung growth and capacity due to the resistance it provides and the breathing techniques that are required for stamina. You are required to take longer and deeper rhythmic breaths, which improve the strength and capacity of your lungs.

Your brain and nervous system can benefit from bathing
Submergence in water can reduce pain and inflammation and also calm the nervous system, reducing the levels of stress and anxiety in the body and improving your mood. Hydrotherapy can help people who suffer from multiple sclerosis as the temperature and pressure of the water gently relieves the spine of pain and discomfort. By providing postural stability, water can alleviate symptoms associated with such conditions as Parkinson’s Disease, providing the patient with some relief and a better quality of life.

Baths Can Relieve Cold And Flu Symptoms
Steam from a hot bath works wonders for stuffy noses and bad coughs. Congestion is caused by inflammation in your nasal passages, and steam gets the blood vessels in your face and nose moving, thus loosening any mucus blockage. A temperate bath can also help your immune system to better fight off viruses.

Bathing can benefit your muscles, joints and bones
Stretching and moving in water has been shown to be low impact on the joints, muscles and bones, but very effective in providing an adequate workout through resistance. There is also less chance of injury for people who are at risk of falls, which makes aquatic exercise ideal for the elderly. Taking a spa can alleviate some of the discomfort of conditions such as osteoarthritis, without any adverse effects or exacerbation of symptoms.

Improve your gastrointestinal health through bathing
The heat of a warm bath can alleviate pain associated with hemorrhoids or anal fissures. The temperature can cause the sphincter to relax and help to heal wounds following surgery. Although warm baths aren’t advised immediately after eating, taking baths will improve your blood circulation, which can aid digestion generally. In fact, a recent independent study has shown that bathing may reduce sugar levels in the blood, which could help people who suffer from diabetes to manage their weight better.

Bathing can progress the natural birthing process and improve health of the urinary system
It is well documented that women in the first stages of labor can maximize relaxation and minimize pain when immersed in a warm bath. This can then allow them to focus on birthing their babies and progressing their labor. There are no adverse effects to both mother and baby from being immersed in water during labor and after the baby is born. In some cultures, post natal bathing in herbs and essential oils have also contributed to the healing process of both the body and the mind. While regular bathing can present an increased risk of urinary tract infections, particularly for repeat sufferers, warm baths can aid internal urethral sphincter relaxation, which alleviates pain following surgery and can accelerate the healing process from episiotomy or birth related tearing.

Take care of your blood and immunity with a bath
Not only does a warm bath make the blood flow easier, it also makes it more oxygenated by allowing you to breathe deeper and slower, particularly when taking in steam. Taking a hot bath or spa can kill bacteria and improve immunity. It can relieve the symptoms of cold and flu. Research has shown that cold water submergence can improve cell damage and decrease the risk of necrosis, reducing the risk and survival rate of some cancers.

Balance your hormones by bathing
Conditions such as chronic fatigue syndrome and some fertility issues can be assisted by bathing in colder temperatures. Hormones released by the pituitary gland such as adrenocorticotropic hormone or ACTH and other hormones such as beta endorphin and cortisol can become more balanced. Alternatively, warm water bathing can increase levels of serotonin, which is the chemical produced by the brain associated with happiness and well being.

Bathing cleanses and moisturizes your skin, hair and eyes
Exposure to fluid through bathing and steaming is a great way to ensure hydration of the body in all aspects. The human body is made mostly of water and that is why we are encouraged to drink plenty of it. But soaking in it is also extremely beneficial. We can enhance this by adding certain oils or salts to a bath or bathing in a natural body of water or pool, rich in naturally occurring minerals. Hot water opens our pores and causes us to sweat, which is the body’s natural way of cleansing itself. Similarly, cold water can tighten our skin and reduce sweating and open pores, whilst still providing optimal hydration.

Baths Can Soothe Irritated Skin
While scalding baths can make your skin more irritated, a warm bath—in combination with certain essential oils, like coconut, olive, or lavender, and also oatmeal—can better hydrate and heal dry or irritated skin. Plus, aromatherapy is great for regulating your mood or reducing stress.

They Can Help You Sleep Better
The benefits of quality slumber are widely recognized, but how to actually get an effective eight hours remains elusive to many. One enduring theory claims that a colder core body temperature will help induce sleep, which is why some scientists recommend going to bed in a cold room. But a warm bath before bed can yield similar results. At night our body temperatures naturally drop, which signals the production of melatonin—or the sleeping hormone. Soaking in a warm bath will raise your body temperature, and exiting will more rapidly cool it down, thus instigating the production of melatonin, and better preparing you for sleep.

They Burn Calories
Sure, a soak is no match for water aerobics or active hydrotherapy, but a good sweat induced by a hot bath can burn as many calories as taking a walk.

Your core body temperature will be optimal through bathing
There is no quicker and more pleasant way to regulate your body temperature than through bathing. On a cold day, taking a hot bath or spa is sure to warm you up. Going for a cold ocean swim in the height of summer is undeniably the best way to cool off.

Evidence has shown that bathing, whether in cold or hot water; at home in a vessel or out in a natural body of water can have many health benefits without adverse effects. However, it is advised that a health professional is consulted if pre-existing health conditions or diseases are present before embarking on any form of hydrotherapy.

How To Draw The Ultimate Healing Bath
The water temperature shouldn't too far exceed your own body temperature. While a hot bath feels great, a warm bath is better for your skin and immune system. Add oils like rose, lavender, calendula, aloe, oil, or coconut and also oatmeal for your skin. Epsom salt is great for your muscles and reducing any chances of infection. Keep part of your body, like your face, out of the water to prevent over-heating. Soak for 10-15 minutes, breathe, relax, enjoy.

Why You Should Use a'Scent Bath Salt
Fragrance bath salts from a'Scent are rich in magnesium (aids to maintain the pH balance of your body), sodium, calcium, and potassium - minerals that are essential for enhancing skin heath and function, fighting off skin issues, anti-inflammatory and improving the skin's natural protective barrier. A salt bath helps relieve stress, detox the body, sleep well, improve blood circulation and decrease blood pressure.

The most ineffable of the senses is smell. Highly evocative and personal, we tend to link great emotional and psychological feeling with our olfactory senses. a'Scent combines these sensory elements with the scientifically healing benefits, ....a natural synergy is an a'Scent bath.

Immersed in a'Scent bath salts, the body automatically releases out all toxins which helps improve blood circulation, ease muscular aches and aids in all the scientific benefits highlight in this article but with a personal touch, i.e. with the aroma of your favourite perfume.

Diane Koopman. Diane graduated from the University of Sydney with a degree in Women's Studies, Sociology and Anthropology.
Leah Silverman, Town and Country Magazine

Wednesday, 7 December 2016

NATURAL HEALING - Endorsed by RIFE and SCIO Practitioners

The range of natural healing products is widely used by health practitioners specialising in  RIFE and SCIO healing BECAUSE OF ITS NATURAL PROPERTIES.

The SCIO(Scientific Consciousness Interface Operations System) is a universal electrophysiological biofeedback system. It coordinates a complex electro-modal, biofeedback program with computer software in order to gather bioenergetic information of a client’s subconscious. RIFE works on the same principle. Read more at: 

Instead of chemical medication, herbal medication is used to treat the findings of SCIO and/or RIFE. I am proud to present the following list of products, of which I use myself, and look forward to receive your orders.

T'c & C's:
Place your order before on or before 25th of the month. 
Orders above R600 - free Postnet-to-Postnet delivery.
EFT confirms your order, or pay cash upon collection.

Retail outlets at: 
325 Cliff Avenue, Waterkloof Ridge - upon appointment.
106 Abraham Cilliers Street, Kosmos - upon appointment.

Acne Cream Nushka Bath Oil
Activa B12 Capsules Nushka Bubble Bath
African Potato Capsules Nushka Facial Wash
Alpha Lipoic Acid Capsules Nushka Shampoo
Amino Acid plus NAD Capsules Oedema Drops
Asthma Drops Pancreas Capsules
Bee Propolis Capsules Pancreas Drops
Bladder and Kidney Capsules Pancreas Detox Drops
Bladder and Kidney Drops Peppermint oil soothing tablets
Cayenne Pepper Capsules PMS & Menstruation Drops
Cinnamon Capsules Pro Vit Lecithin Capsules
Circulation and Vein Capsules Progesterone Drops
Circulation and Vein Drops Progress Capsules
Colostrum Capsules Prostate (in house) Drops
Coral Calsium Capsules Prostate Drops
Cordyceps Capsules Provit Ginko Capsules
Dandeloin Capsules Royal Jelly Capsules
Delight Complection Cream Seal Omega 3 Capsules
Delight-vit e Tissue Oil Sinus & Hayfever Drops
Devils Claw Capsules Sinus Capsules
Echinacea Capsules Sinus roll
Echinacea Drops Sleep Disorder Capsules
Eczema Drops Sleep Disorder Drops
Eczema Cream Stamina Drops
Epilepsy Drops Stress  Drops
Fulvic acid / Malabsorption Capsules St Johns Capsules
Gaba Capsules St Johns Drops
Gall Stones Drops Super Circulation Cream
Garlic & Parsley Capsules Super Flex Capsules
Ginger Capsules Sutherlandia Capsules
Glucomannans Capsules Sutherlandia Drops
Glucosamine Capsules Thyroid Drops - Underactive Drops
Grape Seed Extract Capsules Tumeric Capsules
Headache Drops Varicose Veins Drops
Heartburn Drops Varicose Veins Ointment
Hemmeroid Ointment Weigh Loss Drops
High Blood Pressure Drops Wonder Herbal Cream
Incontinence Capsules Wonderbean Capsules
Incontinence Drops X Flam Capsules
Inflammation Drops X-Cholesterol Capsules
Liver Drops X-Fatique Capsules
Low Blood Pressure Drops X-Flu Capsules
Lung Drops X-Flu Rub
Lung Med Capsules X-Goutties Capsules
Lymph Drops X-Immune DE Capsules
MCCZ / Pro hair Pro nail Capsules X-Immune De Drops
Liver support Capsules X-Malabsorption Drops
Morinaga Capsules X-Menopause Capsules
MSM Capsules X-Muscle Spasm Cream
MSM Poeier X-Pain Cream
Muscle Solution Capsules X-Spascol Capsules
NAD Capsules X-Thritis Capsules
Nushka Anti-ageing Cream X-Thritis Cream
X-Uric acid Capsules

Tuesday, 27 September 2016


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Thursday, 22 September 2016


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I used the Rejuvenating Collagen Cream for 4 weeks now.
At first it was a nice moisturiser for my skin.
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I see a big difference under my eyes, my neck, sagging on my chin and it’s great on my hands !

I LOVE my Collagen Cream !

Ek gebruik die Rejuvenating Collagen Cream ook nou al amper 3 maande.
Ek is 53.   My nek lyk nou so mooi.
En die plooie in my nek is omtrent weg.
Dis n wonderlike produk en baie bekostigbaar.
En jy kom lank uit met 1 pot.

Ek sal dit vir altyd gebruik.
            Amanda  (Kempton Park)

            Ek is baie tevrede met my Rejuvenating Collagen Cream
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Saturday, 27 August 2016


Garlic 1. Garlic

Just a small amount of this pungent white bulb has the ability to activate liver enzymes that help your body flush out toxins. Garlic also holds high amounts of allicin and selenium, two natural compounds that aid in liver cleansing.

2. Grapefruit

High in both vitamin C and antioxidants, grapefruit increases the natural cleansing processes of the liver. A small glass of freshly-squeezed grapefruit juice will help boost production of the liver detoxification enzymes that help flush out carcinogens and other toxins.

3. Beets and Carrots

BeetsBoth are extremely high in plant-flavonoids and beta-carotene; eating beets and carrots can help stimulate and improve overall liver function.

4. Green Tea

This liver-loving beverage is full of plant antioxidants known as catechins, a compound known to assist liver function. Green tea is not only delicious, it’s also a great way to improve your overall diet. Learn more about the benefits of green tea.

5. Leafy Green Vegetables

Leafy Greens
One of our most powerful allies in cleansing the liver, leafy greens can be eaten raw, cooked, or juiced. Extremely high in plant chlorophylls, greens suck up environmental toxins from the blood stream. With their distinct ability to neutralize heavy metals, chemicals and pesticides, these cleansing foods offer a powerful protective mechanism for the liver.
Try incorporating leafy greens such as bitter gourd, arugula, dandelion greens, spinach, mustard greens, and chicory into your diet. This will help increase the creation and flow of bile, the substance that removes waste from the organs and blood.

6. Avocados

This nutrient-dense super-food helps the body produce glutathione, a compound that is necessary for the liver to cleanse harmful toxins.

Apple 7. Apples

High in pectin, apples hold the chemical constituents necessary for the body to cleanse and release toxins from the digestive tract. This, in turn, makes it easier for the liver to handle the toxic load during the cleansing process.

8. Olive Oil

Cold-pressed organic oils such as olive, hemp and flax-seed are great for the liver, when used in moderation. They help the body by providing a lipid base that can suck up harmful toxins in the body. In this way, it takes some of the burden off the liver in terms of the toxic overload many of us suffer from.

9. Alternative Grains

It’s not only that you need alternative grains like quinoamillet, and buckwheat in your diet, it’s that if you’ve got wheat, flour, or other whole grains in your diet, it’s time to make changes. Your liver is your body’s filter for toxins, and grains that contain gluten are full of them. A study last year found that persons who experienced gluten sensitivities also had abnormal liver enzyme test results, and that’s just one of many.



Regardless of the temperature, the benefits of taking a bath have been scientifically proven and can ensure optimal health of the mind and b...