EMPATH Herbal Blend, a remedy for day to day stressBuild your natural calm and your natural immun system with this herbal combo made specifically for the modern lifestyle Stress can make it difficult to keep your emotions in balance. This healing formula can help you to sustain your emotional stability and clarity when stress is … Continue reading Empath Herbal Tea
MYALGIC ENCEPHALOMYELITIS, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome MYALGIC ENCEPHALOMYELITIS, or ME/CFS is a multi-system disease, a chronic disease that frequently follows a viral infection, such as EBV, Ear infections, Hepatitis, Glandular fever or Covid. Treatment is long term, and consistency is important. Fatigue and low energy in spite of adequate rest could be due to chronic and … Continue reading MYALGIC ENCEPHALOMYELITIS, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Prolonged menstruation is a period that lasts 7 days or more. With prolonged menstruation, it is difficult to keep up with usual activities.
NLP is a great tool in mental health counseling, in relationship counseling, and in goal setting. NLP provides a simple step by step process to reframing memories or beliefs that block our progress and cause stagnation in life or a tendency to stay toxic situations. NLP helps us to become aware of the subconscious patterns … Continue reading Neuro Linguistic Programming
Your Total Guide To Adaptogens | Part 4 | Salvia multiorrhiza Salvia multiorrhiza, or Dan Shen, as it is known in Chinese medicine, is now considered and adaptogen herb. In Chinese medicine it is categorized under "Herbs That Invigorate the Blood" and in the west research has confirmed the effectiveness of Dan Shen of its … Continue reading Your Total Guide To Adaptogens | Part 4 | Salvia
Astragalus, or Huang Qi: "Herbs That Tonify Qi" This adaptogen herb, astragalus or Huang Qi as it is also called, has its roots in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) dating back over 2,000 years, and there is a lot of documented research of the beneficial effects of this amazing herb. It's native to China but was … Continue reading Your Total Guide to Adaptogens | Part 3 | Astragalus