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29
Nov

Bone broth

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Bone broth is popular in many cultures around the world. It’s easy to make, tasty, packed with nutrients and easily digested.   Although it can make a great base for a soup, bone broth is designed for healing and not as a main dish, and is meant to be drunk from a mug, like a […]

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21
Nov

Turmeric Paste and Golden Milk

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In Eastern cultures, turmeric has been valued for its medicinal properties for centuries. It has so many benefits that in India it’s known as the ‘spice of life’. Traditional medicinal uses in both traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine include the treatment of liver disease, skin problems, respiratory and gastrointestinal ailments, sprained muscles, joint pain and […]

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16
Nov

Press here… for nausea

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Pericardium 6 Neiguan (Inner Pass) is a point that can help for all kinds of nausea – motion sickness (sickness bands actually stimulate this point), morning sickness in pregnancy, nausea from food poisoning, stomach bugs and even nausea as a side effect of chemotherapy and radiation treatment. This point can also be helpful in situations […]

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12
Nov

Staying seventy percent warm, seventy percent satisfied with food, eating lots of root vegetables and cabbage will make you strong and healthy.

Chinese countryside proverb


11
Nov

Winter tips

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In Winter, Nature appears to stay still while it replenishes itself below the surface. From a Chinese medicine perspective, Winter is linked with   Element: Water – a strong generative force from deep within.   Organs: Kidneys and Bladder. The Kidneys harbour our essence and vitality, the source of all energy in our body, on […]

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