Newsletter April

"Pearls of wisdom for April"

Engaging the Elements

Spring is a tumultuous season!  Between the changing of temperatures in a drastic way, cold and rains and dampness… The winds of change also bring neck and joint pains, allergic reactions, eye problems and an “angry liver” that often needs a good detoxing by the time this season roles around!

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Allergy Elimination Diet

By removing specific foods from our diet, we have a better sense of what the culprit is and what it is that is triggering the reaction. Excessive protein may irritate the immune system and keep it in a state of over-reactivity. The protein in cow’s milk, specifically, is a frequent offender, and for people with a genetic predisposition to allergy it may be a hidden cause.

Fertility Awareness

National Infertility Awareness Week April 19 – 25, 2017 . A diagnosis of Infertility is often defined when a couple has 1 year of regular intercourse without contraception and has been unable to conceive. If you are having trouble conceiving, The first thing to do is create a fertility plan. Learn more about the natural approach to treating infertility

Earth Day

The 47th Anniversary of Earth Day is April 22, 2017. The world is still in greater peril. Earth Day can be a turning point to advance climate policy, energy efficiency, renewable energy and green jobs. Networking Earth Day is about reaching those who want to make a personal commitment to sustainability. We have tips on what you can do to better your environment around you.  

Homeopathy Awareness Week

April 10th – April 16th The father of homeopathy, Dr. Samuel Hahnemann, who discovered the law of cure known as “Similia Similibus Curentur”, is honored each year at the start of his birthday in order to bring awareness to this amazing form of medicine. Homeopaths, patients and supporters around the world celebrate this invaluable healing science that has transformed millions of lives.

Food Choices for Spring

When eating along with the seasons, there are two elements that should be taken into account. The nature” of the food and the “flavor” of the food. The nature of the food refers to the foods innate temperature ie: cold, hot, warm, cool or neutral. Eating a moderate amount of all flavors sweet, salty, pungent, bitter and sour can help to keep your body balanced and regulated.

Sinus Season

Chronic sinusitis refers to inflammation of the sinuses that continues for weeks, months, or even years. Acute sinusitis occurs when bacteria invade the sinus cavities and impair proper drainage of mucus from the sinuses to the nose. Allergic rhinitis or hay fever is the most common cause of chronic sinusitis and is a frequent cause of acute sinusitis.

A Mermaid’s Tale

The inspiration from the sea, can be one of nature’s greatest gifts. Come to the ocean and you’ll see the kind of love the sea can give. A mermaid’s gift..

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National Arthritis Month

Treatment of arthritis depends on the particular cause, a person’s individual needs, which joints are affected, and effects on your daily lifestyle.

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Honoring the Goddess: A Tribute to Mothers

The Goddess, is the “goodness” in all women! Historically, the feminine form or “Triple Goddess”, is based on ancient goddess triads and the three forms (aspects) a woman takes throughout her life.

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The Metaphysics of Alice

As an adult, I found that Lewis Carroll’s wonderful books could be read on many levels: On the outside, it is a children’s story with fun and fancy plays on words and an imagination running wild. Some even believe it is a story that contains hidden meanings.

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Group Meditation Consciousness

A group meditation is a wonderful tool for streaming one thought or “one consciousness”. It is a purpose driven meditation geared toward a single purpose.

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