Explore the health benefits of using essential oils. These naturally occurring oils are extracted from seeds, flowers,stems, bark and other parts of plants. Essential oils have been described as the “soul” of the plant. Their use dates by to biblical times and includes food preparation, beauty treatments,household cleaning and healthcare practices. Essential oils can be pleasantly and powerfully fragrant. These aromatic oils are rapidly growing in popularity because of their anti- inflammatory, antioxidant and antimicrobial properties. If you suffer from arthritis, headaches, nasal congestion or just need to improve your mood, you won’t want to miss part two of Essential Oils and You. Find out which essential oils you can use to relieve pain and improve your well being naturally. Join the discussion with natural health practitioner, Dr. T.B. Stovall and wellness advocate, Diane Biasi, Friday April 10th at 12 noon (est) on the Stovall and Hoggard Communications Network on blogtalk radio. Listen or call in at 1-814-338-1541.
Sisters Chat is back and have we got a great show planned for you! Over the last several months, there have been several high-profile police incidents involving the death of young black men including the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, the 45-year-old homeless man killed by LAPD last month, the death of Eric Garner who died as a result of police using a choke hold, and most recently, the forceful arrest of UVA student Martese Johnson who was left beaten and bloodied on the sidewalk outside a bar near campus. These are only a few of the recent violent confrontations between black males and police.
The deaths of these men, the call for investigations and seemingly no one being held accountable for the taking of innocent lives, a new battle cry has arisen in the continue fight for justice and equal civil rights. The battle cry, “Black Lives Matter,” has been heard in rallies from California to New York City and many cities in between.
The Sisters Chat panel will talk about the “Black Lives Matter” movement, what it means to our communities and if there will be a new crop of black leaders that emerge from this new threat.
Join us on Wed., March 25 at 6 p.m. for Sisters Chat only on Stovall & Hoggard Communications Network on blogtalk radio. Call to join the conversation at 1-914-338-1541.