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It’s summer and you are out enjoying the warm weather. However, you just found a tiny attached tick on yourself or a member of your family. You mind is echoing the thought, "Did it just give me or someone I know Lyme disease?" Here is what you can do when you find an attached tick.
#1. Stress is a precursor for all types of physical and emotional health problems. It leads to chronic pain, anxiety and depression. Have any of these? Then slow down. Breathe. If you are driving, try to be in the "now." Breathe deeper and relax your stomach muscles, chest and diaphragm. Feel that breath down to your toes.Have that "aha" moment. Now that you are in the now, do it again. look around and enjoy what you see and feel. Is
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They think that they have the "heavy hand" and that they have some good techniques, so they slow down in their learning, in their training, and depend on their hand.
Not everyone has the wherewithal to seek immediate and continued Chinese medicine treatment when they are suffering from insomnia. So for those who need a quick-fix to help you sleep tonight I offer you a technique which comes from two healing traditions: Ayurveda and Medical Qigong.
The Rowan was such a sacred tree to the Celts that many churchyards in Wales still include the tree, not unlike the Yew tree in English churchyards. The berries were much used by the Celts for brewing wine, spirit, flavouring mead, ale, perry and cider. Try squeezing some of the fresh berry juice and putting it into a gin and tonic – it makes a convincing alternative to Angostura bitters. The fresh juice is mildly laxative and good for soothing inflamed mucous membranes. In Herbal Medicine the juice forms the basis of an astringent gargle for sore throats and in the 19th century it was used to treat scurvy – the disease of vitamin C deficiency.
Another great way to cure acid reflux is by eating small, frequent meals everyday. The idea is not to overload the stomach so that it won’t be obliged to produce more acid.
These products of nature can have healing properties than can surprise, amaze and bewilder man kind even today. They can be used as antiseptic, insect repellent, expectorant, anti-inflammatory, fever, pain relief and much more. So here is a look at nature and its library of cures as close as our backyard. Mind you some of these can be found in the wild others you can even plant.
By following these simple steps, you are aiding your body in maintaining overall good health. Just remember to check with a health care professional that is an expert in detoxification before attempting any long term cleansing or detoxing.