Did you know that stress and worry can sometimes be the result of unnecessary use of antidepressants? Pharmacist David Foreman explains that to reverse this vicious cycle, there are several herbal solutions (think your kitchen pantry, not medical marijuana) that can help to avoid the not-so-fun and potentially addictive side effects from prescription drugs.
Foreman, a.k.a. The Herbal Pharmacist, was a pharmacist for 15 years before switching direction and heading down a more natural path. Foreman shifted from traditional pharmacist to herbal pharmacist because he realized the vital role natural medicine plays in all health outcomes, and his main focus is to use to educate on the benefits of herbs, vitamins, healthy lifestyle choices and the role they play in health.
Herbal medicine has been around for thousands of years and humans have been using spices on their foods as far back as 50,000 B.C. Whether you’re suffering from a lifelong illness of stress and anxiety or simply going through a stressful period in your life, natural herbs can help, according to Foreman who adds that the medicinal properties of herbs, as well as their lack of serious side effects, have made them a good alternative to conventional drugs.
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Worried they would lack big-name candidates at the top of the ticket this November, California Republicans turned to a ballot measure that would eliminate a recent gas tax increase in hopes of exciting conservatives and ensuring they show up to support lower-profile legislative and congressional candidates.
Authorities released the name Tuesday of the man shot to death last weekend during a fracas at an Escondido bar -- allegedly by his felon brother, and apparently by accident.
On Tuesday, hundreds of passionate critics of the controversial El Monte Sand Mine project packed a Lakeside auditorium to express their opposition to the project.
San Diego officials and residents held commemorative events around the county Tuesday on the 40th anniversary of the Pacific Southwest Airlines Flight 182 crash.
In 1978, the PSA Flight 182 crash killed 144 people and scattered wreckage across North Park, San Diego. On Tuesday surviving family members and first responders came together for a commemoration event at Grossmont College.
A popular Oceanside bar has lost its liquor license. The owners of Firewater Saloon claim the city is trying to run their business out of town. Officials say the suspension is because of disorderly activity on the premises.
After 35-years in business, the Chula Vista RV Resort will be shutting its doors on February 1, 2019.
September 25, 1978 is a date imprinted in the memories of many San Diegans. Those that lived here – and elsewhere – remember the shocking images of plane wreckage on fire and homes ablaze following the crash of PSA Flight 182, which was 40 years ago Tuesday.