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Matcha Green Tea


Matcha Green Tea is that just one bowl provides over 5 times as many antioxidants as any other food – the highest rated by the ORAC (oxygen radical absorbance capacity) method Green tea contains a specific set of organic compounds known as catechins. Among antioxidants, catechins are the most potent and beneficial. Has been used…

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🔹Pomegranates have powerful antioxidants, three times more than red wine and green tea. These help to reduce inflammation and protect cells from damage 🔹the seeds of pomegranates have been used as a natural aphrodisiac 🔹Has been researched to treat high blood pressure and improve heart health – published studies by Phytotherapy Research, Clinical Nutrition, and ARYA Atherosclerosis 🔹…

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As seen on Naturopathic Doctor News & Review: DOCERE Who would ever think we’d be consuming herbicide/pesticides in foods other than fruits, vegetables, and grains? Well, think again. Glyphosate, an herbicide contained in the popular product Roundup, and used to eradicate unwanted vegetation, has shown up in one of America’s favorite ice cream brands –…

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Flu Prevention


We’ve come into one of the deadliest flu seasons yet! Here’s what you need to know:   The flu is highly contagious disease. It is caused by an influenza virus which is spread through the air from person to person or through contaminated devices (remote control, doorknob, etc.). It won’t be fixed by antibiotics because…

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Natural Humidifiers


🔺Wintertime dry skin is one way to tell your home is too dry 🔺Naturally humidifying your space is  money-saving and eco-friendly alternative. Plants can moisturize your home through a process called transpiration. 🔺According to the United States Geological Society, once a plant is watered, moisture will travel through the plant from the roots up to…

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Spices To Warm You Up


In Ayurvedic and  Chinese Medicine, warming herbs are used to improve blood circulation, promote digestion, and bring warmth within the body.  The author of The One Earth Herbal Sourcebook, Dr. Alan Tillotson, Ph.D. states “Herbs that are warming help to disperse and counteract pathogenic agents present when the body has excess mucus. Warming herbs also reduce…

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Lactose Intolerance vs Milk Allergy


What is Lactose? Lactose is a sugar found in dairy product. It is broken down by the enzyme lactase which is produced in the small intestine. Over time, our body losses the ability to produce lactase which results in lactose intolerance. Lactose Intolerance Symptoms arise when lactose is not able to be broken down. They…

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Wet Sock Treatment


What is it? Type of water based therapy (hydrotherapy) Natural method to stimulate immune system by increasing blood circulation   When is it used? Cold/Flu Sinus Congestion Cough Sore throat Bronchitis Fever Headache Migraine Inflammation Sinus Infection Mechanism of Action The use of both alternating hot and cold cause a pumping effect which stimulates blood…

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You may have come across these beauties while walking around. This plant is called Echinacea, also known as North American coneflower. It is used as a traditional herbal remedy for more than 400 years by the Great Plains Indian tribes due to it’s various abilities against cold/flu, inflammation, skin disorders ,immune enhancing, and any more.…

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