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Restoring Function To Your Body, Use a Map

How well does your body function? Has disease and illness slowed you down? Has chronic illness brought your “fun” to a halt? Are your relationships suffering from the drain of illness? Is your work ethic being disrupted by lack of function? Do you ask yourself why you cannot function like you expect? A functional map can put you on a journey of a lifetime. Without the map, most of us wander to and fro without clear direction and get frustrated with our lack of function.  Continue reading Restoring Function To Your Body, Use a Map

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Music to Spark Healing

Are you so incredibly sick and so sick of being sick that you are stuck? Just plum stuck in the muck and hopeless? Not only have months passed but now years are passing and the muck of chronic illness keeps getting deeper and more depressing? At this point no pill or healthy food is solving much of anything? I mean so worn out and lost in the situation that there is not enough energy to take action to do anything, just plum worn out. Time to take NO action with something you don’t have to put any effort into. NO musical ability needed to take this action.  Continue reading Music to Spark Healing

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Vitamins E, F, G, H and Vit L

If you are not getting these vitamins into your diet you will not heal, simple as that. Not only do we need to consume these in large portions but we need to make sure our bodies are absorbing these specific vitamins so we can utilize them. These are the most cost effective vitamins you will ever find, anywhere. Continue reading Vitamins E, F, G, H and Vit L

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Are you looking to green up your beauty routine?

I recently shared a special deal from my favorite skin care company and wanted to make sure that you saw it, because the special offer ends on July 13th. Continue reading Are you looking to green up your beauty routine?

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Non-Alcohol Party Drink, Biofilm Buster

This one is beyond wild. If you are ill and feeling left out from the fun alcohol drinks, try this wild twist. I accidentally discovered this one while trying to trick myself with a fun delight. It worked, this drink is a wow!! And it comes from this beautiful plant, Cistus incanus (or “Pink Rockrose”).  Continue reading Non-Alcohol Party Drink, Biofilm Buster

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Treating Depression with Parasympathetic Oil

Stimulating the vagus nerve can help lessen symptoms of depression. In fact, recent studies demonstrate that vagus nerve stimulation “can significantly reduce multiple symptoms of depression, including anxiety, sleep disturbance, and hopelessness.”  Continue reading Treating Depression with Parasympathetic Oil

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Wake Up To Coffee Mania

Coffee is one of the world’s most popular drinks. Over 400 billion cups of coffee is thought to be consumed every year. Are you addicted to a poison or are you activating your body to prepare for the day’s journey?

Waking up to “coffee facts allows us to make knowledgeable choices. There is science-based research supporting and discrediting coffee. How are you going to know what is best for your particular body? Waking up to knowing our own bodies allows us to make wise choices. Continue reading Wake Up To Coffee Mania

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Improve Digestion with Essential Oils

Our health depends not just on what we eat, but our ability to digest, absorb and assimilate our nutrients. Topically applied essential oils can play a key supporting role in optimizing our digestion. When digestion is challenged, topically applied remedies can offer valuable digestive support
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Heart Healthy​ Lifestyle & Lyme Twist

If you have any kind of heart trouble and/or Lyme disease you might want to know about the connection. Usually, we identify different diseases with different organs or systems in the body. When we have a better understanding we can make wise choices.  Continue reading Heart Healthy​ Lifestyle & Lyme Twist

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Valentine’s Hibiscus

Stop and see Hibiscus’ beautiful deep pinks and reds. The colors change as the flower blooms and then as it dries. You might call it lipstick-pink to ruby-red or some may say maroon-colored. Use this delicious color for the mood of Valentine’s Day.

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