Articles Tagged Alternative Medicine
She is a world renowned author, pioneer and visionary illuminating women all over the world to flourish. Check out Juno’s interview with Dr. Christiane Northrup!
Can creativity be healing in itself? Eranah Adorjan writes how individuals and communities can become connected, centered and grounded through creative outlets. She encourages the use of personal creativity for healing, simply by tapping into your inner child. Make something and share it today.
This ancient Ayurvedic practice can be used to promote oral health and to rid the body of accumulated toxins and pathogenic bacteria.
Flowers have played a significant role in our human existence—socially and culturally—for quite some time. As healers on both the physical and emotional planes, we gravitate naturally toward their inherent beauty. Our connection with plant life reaches beyond the tangible, five sensory benefits of their beauty and nature.
Herbs in the mint family are quite easy to grow, so start your summer tea garden today! The plant also provides a boost for the bees. Mint provides a good source of pollen, making the herb a popular attraction for honeybees.
Viola, or Wild Pansy, is a nutritious remedy that has antioxidants, flavonoids, minerals and phytonutrients that make it good medicinal food. The flower’s leaves are edible and can be used for tinctures and teas.
In Traditional Chinese Medicine, summer is the season associated with the heart. As we enter into the hottest days of the year, having healthy balanced kidneys takes the stress of summer heat off the heart.
Detoxification – what is it, and why do people pursue it? Although we see new ads for detox diets every day, it’s hard to grapple with the cost of what it hopes to accomplish: a cleansing of the body.
Staring down a bag of chips because of that mid-day burnt out feeling? Here are some foods to help keep you energized all day.
Everyone has their morning routine, and showers are often a part of it (hopefully).