Primary female hormone responsible for development and regulation of the reproductive system, however it can also refer to natural or synthetic substances that mimic the effects of the natural hormone.
Food and products produced without the use of chemical feed or fertilisers, only using products that are plant or animal based. That means they don’t use growth hormones, pesticides or fertilisers.
Where bones become weaker – a disease characterised by an inclination to break and fracture bones. It’s commonly apparent in women post menopause and weight baring exercises are believed to be helpful in maintaining bone health.
A way of detecting, treating and preventing health problems by moving, stretching and massaging muscles and joints. It’s based on the principle that wellbeing depends on bones, muscles, ligaments and connective tissue functioning smoothly. See also Cranial Osteopathy for a variant on this one.
A face treatment where oxygen is applied or sprayed onto the skin with the idea of improving skin tone and reducing the signs of aging.
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