anxiety

Herb Power: Lavender

Apr 25

By its unique and unmistakable scent, you can easily tell lavender apart from other herbs, even with your eyes closed. In her book The Complete Book of Essential Oils and Aromatherapy, Valerie Ann Worwood calls lavender “the mother of all essential oils; incredibly versatile, yet powerful.” The strong but pleasant and soothing fragrance gives true […]

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Let’s get negative

Mar 16

ALL THINGS (ARE) MATTER Everything you see around you consists of atoms and molecules. Well, even things you don’t see, like gasses and particles in the air that are invisible to the eye (they are not magical, they are just too small for us to see without a microscope). Atoms are the smallest particles of […]

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POWER OF SPICE: CINNAMON

Oct 27

Whenever I notice the scent of cinnamon in the air, I immediately think of Christmas. There is something about that warm aroma that makes me want to snuggle on the sofa, pour myself some hot cocoa, sprinkle some cinnamon powder on top, and savor a few cinnamon cookies while watching Home Alone. For some people, […]

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How to Choose a Diet Program

Sep 11

I sat down for a chat with one of our clients, Donna Tennant, while she was vacationing not far from where I live. We talked about two topics, her encounter with cancer (and I will post that in a few days) and her experience with Metabolic Typing as a means of managing health issues, and […]

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Did You Know There Was a Supplement for Joy?

Sep 21

How many times have you read about St. John’s Wort for the treatment of depression? I disagree with that classification. I believe that this herb actually raises your level of Joy! German medical practitioners use it regularly as an effective alternative to addictive, risky antidepressant drugs. In light of the recent antidepressant/suicide scandals, we all […]

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