... there is no subsitute for paying attention.

- Diane Sawyer


WALKING into the local grocery store the first week in January, I nearly tripped over a pallet of Slim Fast. I smiled at this excellent piece of "prophetic marketing" - knowing what the customer wants before she wants it.

The owner of this store knows that with each New Year nearly every American resolves to lose weight. The diet related products are in place on New Year's Eve. And he follows this marketing strategy all year long. In February, ice chests will line the high traffic areas within their stores. Outdoor accessories are on display weeks before spring arrives. School supplies are on the shelves by the end of June. This business owner anticipates each season months before its arrival.

How can you adapt prophetic marketing to your business? What seasons do your customers follow? Are they sports oriented? Do they own a boat? Do they follow the hunting seasons? Answering questions about your customers' seasonal inclinations will offer clues that enable you to anticipate their personal needs.

Another way to anticipate your customer's needs is to be sure you have everything required to use your product. For example, my wife went into a store to buy a mailbox. She picked out one made out of wood. An alert salesman pointed out that she would need to weatherproof the mailbox. He then proceeded to take her to each location for the other products she needed - sealant, sandpaper, brush, paint thinner.

Identifying what your customer wants before she wants it can place you in an invincible position. Any business can furnish customers what they want when they want it, but to give a customer what they want and how they want it before they actually want it, is Customer Service that knows no equal.

TURNAROUND TIP: This level of Customer Service is all about strategy. Below are three more ways you can learn to "read your customer's mind."

1.Help customers to identify their needs. Some people don't plan for their needs until they become urgent. Convince them of the value of pre-planning. Understand in detail your customer's business to see where your product fits in.

2.Make it a group effort. Get together with your colleagues and share information about customers and their product or service requirements. Cooperation is the key to making your business successful. Discuss ideas on problem prevention. Share current resources of information about each cust-omer.

3.Explore all of the capabilities of your products in relation to each customer. You may find that your service or product can help customers in ways they hadn't imagined. Be sure your clients fully understand all of the uses for your product or service.

By using these strategies, you will gain loyal customers, increased sales and less stress from unforeseen problems.

Needs Based Selling - Reading Your Customer's Mind

ike Dandridge md@theperformancepro.com Mike is the founder of High Voltage Performance, a consulting firm that specializes in designing customer experiences for the industrial marketplace. He is a keynote speaker and a seminar leader with 25 years experience in electrical wholesale distribution. Dandridge is author of, The One Year Business Turnaround, a book based on his years in wholesale, containing a year’s worth of ideas for improving your customer service. You may reach Mike at 254-624-6299. Visit his Website at http://www.highvoltageperformance.com. Subscribe to his blog at http://www.businessturnaround.blogs.com.

Edgar Casey, known as the most prolific prophet of our time, was the first to bring past lives to light in the 20th Century. His many readings are archived at the Association for Research and Enlightenment center in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

A convincing form of confirmation that we live more than one life is demonstrated by those who have experienced past lives as a result of spontaneous memory or hypnotic regressions. The details are documented in many countries, and the authenticity of many of these examples cannot be disputed or an alternative explanation offered.


Established by Hazel Denning, PhD, 1980, IARRT, the International Association for Regression Research & Therapies Inc., (formerly - Association for Pastlife Regression Therapies) is the first professional organization for regression practitioners. IARRT provides education and research in past life regression and metaphysical healing.

The scientific community more often than not refutes the proof of past lives. However, there are many scientific examples, some of them highly convincing. In a case reported by Dr. Morris Netherton an eleven-year-old boy, who when under hypnosis was taped speaking in an ancient Chinese dialect. This astonishing taped regression was taken to a Professor at the Department of Oriental Studies at the University of California, where it was found to be a recitation from a forbidden religion of ancient China. (Fisher 1986:202.)

In the past ten years, multiple independently researched reincarnation cases have emerged, which reveal that from lifetime to lifetime, people have the same facial features, personality traits, passions and even linguistic writing style. The most compelling cases involve those in which children have spontaneous memories of a past lifetime that can be factually verified. The case of James Leininger, aired on ABC Primetime in 2005, and the case of Anne Frank/Barbro Karlen, are examples. See reference below.

Walter Semkiw, MD the author of Return of the Revolutionaries: The Case for Reincarnation and Soul Groups Reunited and Born Again independently researched reincarnation cases that demonstrate objective evidence of reincarnation, including the cases of neurosurgeon Norm Shealy, Police Captain Robert Snow, Asst. Fire Chief Jeff Keene, and William Barnes.

The case of Robert Snow, a Captain in the Indianapolis Police Department, in charge of the Homicide Division, was initiated on a dare by a fellow police officer. Captain Snow, in his book, Looking for Carroll Beckwith, relates that he only did a regression so that it didn't look like he had "welshed on the dare." Captain Snow did not believe in reincarnation and did not expect to have a meaningful experience. After his regression, Captain Snow researched Beckwith's life by studying an extensive diary found in Beckwith's belongs. Of the 28 specific memories Snow documented from the regression, such as the painting of a hunchback woman, 26 were verified through his research. Though initially reluctant to accept reincarnation as the basis for his regression experience, Captain Snow finally came to the conclusion that he was Carroll Beckwith in a prior lifetime. Snow states that the evidence he compiled would stand up in a court case and that no plea-bargaining would be offered if it were a murder case.

Past lives can also be derived from spontaneous memories and confirmed in past life regressions.

William Barnes, author of Thomas Andrews, Voyage into History, started having spontaneous past life memories when he was a child. Thomas Andrews, Voyage into History, is the story of Tommie Andrews, Titanic's designer. Barnes' motivation for writing this book is, in part, to clear Tommie's name of any wrongdoing in the context of Titanic's sinking and to document his vivid memory of this life time. In a recorded regression into the life of Thomas Andrews, Barnes spoke with a heavy Irish accent as he describes the ordeal of Titanic's sinking and relives his death on the deck of the great ship.

Jenny Cockell had memories of living in Ireland. She remembered facts about her previous life, such as the name of her eight children. As a child Cockell drew a picture of a church and a map of her previous life's childhood town, with an accurate description of her house etc. The impact of these memories disturbed her day-to-day functioning to the degree she consulted a hypnotherapist. After many past life regressions and armed with a list of several items-including two oval-shaped photos, one of her as a child and the other of a soldier she want back to the town where she lived in her previous life. She not only found the house with a rabbit hutch in the back (now in disrepair) where she died at a young age, leaving her eight children motherless, she found and met seven of her living adult children from that life time. Her oldest child, a son, although reluctant to meet with her eventually agreed. Together they compared memories-only one item on Jenny's list of memories remained unsubstantiated by him. The ABC TV program 20/20 documented the reunion including a birthday party with her oldest child of her previous life.

The most profound researched proof of past live connections is documented by National Geographic DNA journey. You can explore your own genetic journey with Dr. Spencer Wells, Deep Ancestry: Inside the Genographic Project. DNA analysis includes a depiction of your ancient ancestors and an interactive map tracing your genetic lineage around the world and through the ages.

Diba Ayten Yilmaz, Past Life Regression Therapist, Turkey wrote. "One of my clients is a 39 years old woman, who is a computer engineer in IBM Turkey. At the first meeting she mentioned that she had felt an attraction to Russia since childhood. She found herself as a woman in Russia in the first Past Life Regression Therapy session. She sent her DNA sample to Genographic Project of National Geographic. The results showed that her origin goes to Russia! In the second regression session she found herself as a young woman in a small village, which she called Lappland. She had been killed by German soldiers along with the entire village.

After the session both women wanted to know if Lappland existed and if so, where. They searched the Internet and saw that there was an area called Lappland in Sweden. The second question was about the German soldiers. Yes, the German soldiers had killed all the people in the small village of Lappland in the late period of World War II.

The amazing thing is; after the session she checked her Genographic results again on National Geographic. The NG follows and updates the DNA journey results and saw that her DNA has a connection to Lappland!

If you want to see her DNA results I can send it to you. You can check your DNA results on NG or do you know someone who has checked?"



International Association for Regression Research and Therapies

National Geographic - Genographic Project https://genographic.nationalgeographic.com

Past Lives - Scientific Evidence

Dorothy M. Neddermeyer, PhD, Life Coach - Certified Hypnosis/Regression Practitioner, Author and Speaker. Dr. Dorothy connects people to principles that resonate in the deepest part of their being. She brings awareness to concepts not typically obvious to one's daily thoughts and feelings. http://www.drdorothy.net

For the fishing enthusiast who does not wish to use peeled fresh prawns or shrimps as bait, sand worms is the preferred alternative.

Here's how you can learn the Fisherman's method to dig for sand worms to use as bait.


You merely need some very basic tools, and these are a spade with a pointed tip, and a squeeze bottle which can be fashioned out of any drinking water bottle with a hole punched in the cap.

We shall use some chicken feed as bait for the sand worms and also a small container to store the sand worms that we are going to catch.

First, we shall prepare our bait for the sand worms. To do this, we simply add the chicken feed into the squeeze bottle that is filled with some seawater, and we shake the bottle to form a chicken feed solution.

Next, we will stand near the edge of the beach, and wait for the tide to come in. As the water comes into the beach, squeeze the bottle of chicken feed over a wide arc, this forming the feed for the worms.

The next thing to do is to watch with a keen eye for worms that will come up to feed. Now the characteristic feature to identify the location of these worms is the special water formation that looks like a "V" pattern caused when the worms come up to feed and the water moves around its head to form such a pattern.

Do not search for them exactly at their home spot, because these worms are very fast and can hide back into the sand before you can even catch them.

The key is to quickly dig deep where you see the "V" formations, and bring the sand up to a dry part of the beach and then to spread the sand out to get the worms.

It is a skill of speed, and after you have done this a few times, you should be pretty fast.

Digging for the worms is something your kids will love, and if you are bringing your children along, ensure they have a good dose of sunburn lotion before letting them have fun catching the worms for you.

Who says the fun is in the fishing itself? Digging for the bait forms the prelude to a wonderful time of fishing. Try it out the next time you go for fishing!

The Fisherman's Technique To Dig For Sand Worms For A Fishing Trip

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It's certainly the mesmeric land of Thais that attracts more visitants than any other country in the Southeast Asia. Thailand is the country known for beguiling scenic beauty, stunning beaches, impressing culture, commendable hospitality, fantastic temples, ruins & souvenirs of fabulous ancient kingdoms, gastronomic riches, and lovely, smiling, and welcoming people.

Thailand certainly the destination that appeals you, bewitches you, captivates you, enthralls you....! It's the place that makes you visit it again and again. It's the vacation destination that you dream of. Surely, you can find oodles of interesting things in Thailand, but here are the 10 most interesting facts about Thailand.


It is often nicknamed as the "Land Of Smiles," because of the perceived gentleness of its people. The country is really populated by smiling, inviting, and receiving people. Thais are really gentle, polite, soft spoken, friendly, and hospitable human beings.

Siam was the old name of Thailand. It was the official name of the country until 1949, when it was changed to Thailand by official proclamation. 'Thai' in the Thai language means 'freedom'. So, Thailand means "land of freedom" or "land of the free".

The Mon ruled over what is now known as Thailand. The area was also held by Khmer. The Mon Empire was a great Buddhist empire, and the empire had trading relations with Indians for centuries.

Thailand retains much of its original culture, because it is the only Southeast Asian nation that has never been colonized. Thai culture is kin to the Cambodian culture & religion, which was adopted by Thais in the 13th century, after the fall of the Khmer Kingdom.

King Rama I, the founder of the Chakri Dynasty, established Bangkok as the capital in 1782. Bhumibol Adulyadej, the current King of Thailand, is also a Chakri Dynasty ruler. He is also known as Rama IX. He is the longest serving monarch in the Thai history.

95% of the Thai people are Buddhists of the Theravada tradition. 4.6% of the people are Muslims. Malays are mainly concentrated on the southern tip of Thailand. 0.75% of the people are Christians, mainly Catholics. Sikhs & Hindus are tiny, but influential. The nation also has a small Jewish community.

Thailand is also known as the "Land of white Elephant." White elephants were highly esteemed and valued by the Thai Rulers. Elephants are still highly revered in Thailand. They are considered as the symbol of peace and prosperity.

Thais do not like someone touching them on head. They believe that soul, which is considered extremely sacred, resides in head. So, don't ever touch a Thai on the head, not even a Thai child.

Thailand is the 49th country area wise, with its total land area of 514,000 km² (198,000 sq mi). It is comparable to the size of France, and it is somewhat larger than the California State of the United States.

Thailand has 5 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, which include Ban Chiang Archaeological Site near Udon Thani, Dong Phayayen - Khao Yai Forest Complex, Historic City of Ayutthaya & Associated Historic Towns, Historic Town of Sukhothai & Associated Historic Towns - including Kampang Phet and Si Satchanalai, and Thungyai-Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuaries.

Thailand Travel - 10 Interesting Facts About Thailand

Author writes for Holiday Velvet, a website providing listings for Hotels, Villas, Holiday villas in Thailand, and Holiday villas worldwide.

The USA is one the most drivable countries in the world. Interstates connect every major city, even making most of Alaska accessible to anyone with gas in their car. When it comes to the cities in the USA, each one is very different. Some are bus friendly, some are car friendly, some are subway friendly. The best cities in the USA for a road trip are the ones that are easy to get to via car, have ample parking, and are worth the trip into the city. Which ones meet all of these criteria? Read on to see ten of the best places in the USA to plan a road trip, and see if you agree!

1. Boston. Before the Big Dig tunnel, driving into Boston was a nightmare. Now, it's a little less of a nightmare. Driving into Boston isn't for the weak of heart, but taking your car into the city is probably the quickest way to see the city. Parking isn't always plentiful, but the sights are. Try eating in the famous North End, taking a Boston Harbor Islands cruise, or walk the famous Freedom Trail of historic sites in the city.


2. Seattle. This city was created with driving in mind. Unlike many of the older cities on the east coast that fall victim to poorly laid out highways, Seattle has an excellent highway system to get in and out of the city. Like any major city, you'll have some traffic, but it's a piece of cake next to traffic in New York or LA. Highlights of Seattle include Pike's Place fish market, the Space Needle, and sightseeing cruises through the Seattle Locks.

3. San Diego. California's southernmost major city fairs a little bit better than it's metropolis to the north, Los Angeles. Yes, the I-5, I-8, I-15, and I-805 all converge within San Diego city limits, but the 8 lane highways are big enough to accommodate most of the traffic, most of the time. If you're headed to San Diego, try visiting historic Old Town for authentic California style Mexican cuisine and architecture, the Gaslamp Quarter for the best shopping, and whatever you do, don't miss the San Diego Zoo, the best zoo in the country.

4. San Francisco. On TV, it seems that San Francisco was made for trolley cars and walking. Spend a day there walking up and down the hills and you'll realize that you'll soon become exhausted, or broke from the cab fare! Luckily, if you're staying San Francisco, most of the hotels have inexpensive parking, and sometimes free parking. If you stay along Fisherman's Wharf, you can easily walk to most of the attractions along the waterfront.

5. Kansas City. Smack dab in the middle of the USA lies Kansas City, spreading itself over two states and the Missouri River. Nicknamed the city of fountains, Kansas City actually has the most fountains in the world outside of Rome. With a revitalized downtown area, and some of the best BBQ you can find in the country, Kansas City is home to some interesting architecture new, like the American Jazz Museum, and historic, like the Liberty Memorial (which houses the World War I Museum). In terms of drivability, the city couldn't have been set up any simpler. I-70, I-35, and I-69 all are easy routes that head into the city, while I-435 makes a giant loop around the city.

6. San Antonio. Besides flying into San Antonio, you don't have many other options to see this inland Texas city. San Antonio is located in the epicenter of Texas, and is a true cross section of Texan life. As you approach the city from I-10, the sudden shift from rural landscape to major city is abrupt. The city's lack of a major metropolitan area sets it apart from many other US cities. Heading to the west of the city, the terrain starts to get rockier and more mountainous. Driving into the city is simple, with I-10 heading east-west, and I-35 heading north to south. San Antonio is home to the historic Alamo, and the beautiful Riverwalk area. Most hotels have free or reasonably priced parking. The best way to see the city's major attractions are by foot, but you can easily navigate the grid style streets of the city if you need to drive.

7. Portland. One of the most beautiful riverfront cities in America, Portland lies on the banks of the Columbia River and Willamette Rivers in Oregon. The city is known for its fine arts, some of the best art galleries in the country, abundance of microbreweries (they call it "Beertown"), an active bike racing scene, and a booming restaurant scene. While the city has excellent public transportation, you can also easily navigate the backstreets and highways of Portland through the I-5, which heads north towards Vancouver Washington, and south towards coastal Oregon and California. I-84 heads east towards Idaho and Salt Lake City.

8. Denver. Chances are, you don't live near Denver. That's precisely why it makes a great road trip destination. Denver isn't just a great city to stop through, it has some incredible scenery just to the north that make planning a road trip here well worth it. Rocky Mountain National Park, around 52 miles to the northwest, is best seen during the warmer months of the year, when the roads aren't covered in boulders and snow. At the foot of the Rockies, you can find the booming art town of Boulder, Colorado. Denver itself is home to annual Great American Beer Festival each fall, and has plenty of art museums, clubs, and parks to keep visitors occupied. A road trip to Denver is easy planning. I-70, I-25, and I-76 being the major routes into the city. If you travel to the west of the city on I-70, check your brakes, you're in for a mountainous journey!

9. Las Vegas. A road trip to Las Vegas might just be the road trip of all road trips. Heading into the secluded, barren landscape that surrounds Las Vegas offers up incredible scenery that seems to wrap itself beyond the horizon. The heat pounds the pavement and produces heat lines (just like you've seen in the movies), and the journey seems endless. Without notice, you'll catch your first glimpse of Las Vegas, if headed north on I-15, tens of miles before you get there. What seems like a dot on the horizon will get bigger and bigger, until you run alongside the famous casinos and towering hotels Vegas is known so well for. It's next to impossible to get lost in Las Vegas. There's one major road in, and one out. Once you're off the highway, you can take the cruise of all cruises, down the Las Vegas Strip. For a truly unforgettable experience, drive the 3.8 mile long strip at night, when the city really comes alive.

10. Salt Lake City. Like Las Vegas, a road trip to Salt Lake City is like an optical illusion. After driving on miles of dry salt beds (Bonneville Salt Flats State Park), heading east on I-80 will run alongside the intriguing Great Salt Lake, and lead to beautiful Salt Lake City. The skyline of Salt Lake City is set strikingly against a backdrop of tall snow capped mountains. The city itself is sloped, and has an interesting feel unlike any other in the country. The city stays relatively cool all year long, and has some world famous skiing nearby. You might recognize the city from the 2002 Winter Olympic Games. If you're staying at any of Salt Lake City's hotels, parking usually isn't a problem. However, destinations within the city usually must be driven to, since they are spread far apart.

You've probably noticed by now that there aren't many east coast cities on this list. The east coast has some tremendous sights to see, but many of those are small towns, coastal peninsulas, islands, and hard to navigate cities that were built hundreds of years ago. That makes taking a road trip to cities like New York a little more difficult. The newer cities of the west coast kept driving in mind when the population really started to take off, setting them at a slight advantage for road trip goers.

Ten of the Best Places in the USA to Plan a Road Trip

I've traveled across the country several times back and forth, and taken some extended road trips over the past few years. If you'd like to read more about some of my road trips, get some advice on trip planning, and see what else the USA has to offer for road trippers, visit my how to plan a USA road trip page.

Like it or not winter is coming. Instead of huddling indoors, discover the frozen beauty of Canada on a snowmobile tour. With thousands of kilometers of trails, novice and seasoned sledders can travel deeper and higher into the backcountry to places that are usually inaccessible. Adventure-seekers will be in awe at the quiet beauty and immense, untouched landscape of Canada's winter wonderland.

From the BC Rockies to the Maritime trails, there's plenty of snowmobiling vacations to discover:


  • The deep powder of Revelstoke, BC makes this area the champion of snowmobiling. With an annual snowfall between 12-18 meters (yes, METERS) and daily temperatures around -5 C, this area is a mountain playground for sledders. Tours with seasoned experts can take you along deep, powder filled valleys and also to mountain tops above the clouds. Snowmobiling in Revelstoke, BC is unbelievably beautiful and unforgettable.

  • The Crowsnest pass has hundreds of kilometers of trails but due to the frequent chinooks, snowmobiling in southern Alberta may be fickle. Central and northern Alberta has a constant snow base making for scenic parkland rides through the snow-covered forest. The air may be cold and crisp but a sunny blue sky makes for fantastic snowmobiling in Alberta.

  • Ontario has over 49,000 kilometers of interconnected, groomed trails which forms the world's largest network of recreational trails. Snowmobilers travel through majestic forests as they glide between frozen lakes.

  • Quebec is the birthplace of the snowmobile so visiting the J. Armand Bombardier's Museum in Valcourt is a good way to pay homage to the inventor of the Ski-Doo. North of Montreal, the Laurentian Mountains become a hilly playground with thousands of kilometers of trails covered in deep powdery snow.

  • The Confederation Trail on Prince Edward Island is a 275 kilometer rail trail, a former rail line that has been converted into a liner park. Snowmobiling on the Confederation Trail will take you past charming interior towns filled with welcoming hosts and warm maritime cuisine. Trail permits are required from the PEI Snowmobiling Association.

  • Sledding under the aurora borealis is magical and unforgettable. Outside of Yellowknife, NWT, sledders can stop to watch and to listen to the shimmering light show, often in colours other than green. Go for a more traditional dogsledding tour and experience the way that pioneers used to travel in the winter.

Snowmobiling is a great way to see the frozen beauty of Canada. Tour operators know the safe and scenic routes around the backcountry and can take travelers to the secret locations familiar to locals. Instead of hiding from winter, embrace the cold and discover your own winter adventure.

Take a Snowmobiling Vacation

Scenic Travel Canada is a website that helps travelers and nature-lovers to discover the lesser-known areas of Canada. There are plenty of Canadian adventures that cater to people of all fitness levels. From hiking in the Rockies to walking the sandy shores in the Maritimes, you'll be amazed at the beauty that awaits.

What weather is safe to go out boating in? What wind speed and swell sizes are suitable for small boats? The article below discusses safe weather conditions for boating.

The best conditions for boating in depends on a few factors. Firstly and most obviously, the size of your boat. Larger boats may obviously be able to go out in rougher conditions due to their sheer size. The information below relates to smaller boats around the 15-30 foot mark.


The wind speed and direction is a major factor in ensuring you have a safe and comfortable experience. Ideally the wind should be blowing at less than 15 knots and be offshore. Offshore winds mean the wind is blowing from the land out to the ocean. Offshore winds usually happen more in the morning. If they are higher than 15 knots it is usually uncomfortable and the further out to sea you go the rougher it gets.

Onshore winds blow from the ocean to the land. Most of the time any offshore winds are too much for any small recreational boat. If you do have to go out in offshore winds, make sure they are light and don't get caught to far out to sea.

Swell is the other main factor that can affect small boats. Swell is the rising and falling movement of the oceans currents. A large swell (over 8 foot) can make offshore reefs break which can be extremely dangerous for small boats. Swell under 8 foot is ideal for small boats, as it will make the voyage both safer and smoother.

Any swell over 10 foot is extremely dangerous for small boaters. These conditions should always be avoided.

A final thing to remember is to always log in and out before and after every boating trip. Someone should always know where you are going, when you will be back and who to contact if you do not return.

Understanding Safe Weather Conditions to Go Out Boating In

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A bladder infection very well might be one of the most painful infections a woman can have. You constantly feel pain and are in a stage of discomfort for the whole time. Your mind is completely distracted from everything else in your life since your focus is always on using the washroom, even though you dread it. Although you desperately feel like you have to urinate, you don't even want to try since the burning sensation is enough to make you feel sick to your stomach.

When you have a bladder infection, you know exactly what it is. You don't need a doctor to describe to you what is going on in your body. This is why a trip to the doctor's is so unnecessary and time consuming. They will want to do so many tests on you, ask you all sorts of embarrassing questions and maybe take your diagnosis too far. Some doctor's insist on blood work to be done if you have a bladder infection to ensure your kidneys aren't harmed. A simple trip to the clinic for a prescription has now turned into a nightmare.


The last thing you need is more stress and turmoil in your life when you have a urinary tract infection. All you want is a simple cure that is going to take away your pain and allow you to get on with your life. The best bladder infection cure might be cranberry juice or increasing your levels of Vitamin C. For some people, they just drink a lot of water to flush it out of your system. Some of these methods work but there is a solution that is going to give you relief in just 48 hours and you don't have to go to the doctor's either.

The Best Bladder Infection Cure - No Doctor's Trip Necessary

Urinary tract infections can impact your life in many ways. If you are suffering with one, you already are well aware of how painful and uncomfortable it is. There are natural and effective ways to cure your urinary tract infection. Find out more about what you can do to relieve the pain and discomfort, from this helpful site.

You don't have to resort to medications to cure your urinary tract infection. If it's impacting your life or if you've had recurring episodes, there is a natural cure that will offer complete relief in just 48 hours.