How to Avoid Lyme Disease

Many people do not worry about ticks in the very early spring because they believe that cold temperatures in winter kill the blacklegged tick, brown dog tick or Lone Star tick. However, that is not actually the case; some tick species survive our winters despite freezing ...

5 Medicinal Mushrooms for Lyme Disease

Since May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month, it seems an appropriate time to review a form of treatment support many Lyme disease patients, doctors and practitioners may have overlooked. Used by ancient Greek and Asian cultures for thousands of ...

Reasons for the Seasons: Use Nature’s Clues to Improve and Maintain Wellness

If we pay attention to how the animal and plant kingdoms adapt to the seasons, we can see that they adjust what they do to the energies of that season. In the winter, animals hibernate, slow down or head for warmer climates. Plant activity is almost non-existent with most of ...

Seed Cycling for Hormonal Balance

Seed cycling is a gentle but effective tool to balance hormones with the use of different seeds during the phases of the woman’s menstrual cycle. This dietary intervention may be useful for women of all ages and all reproductive stages of life, including pre-menopause and ...

Immune-Boosting Syrup Recipes

The ease of preparation, delicious taste and effectiveness will make these mixtures winter staples. They contain simple immune-enhancing ingredients that are beneficial for fighting off the common cold and flu. The pantry cough syrup also decreases respiratory ...

Beyond Vitamin C: Boost the Immune for Optimal Health

Cabin fever sets in for many at the end of the long winter. We’re ready for warmer weather, fresher air,  brighter mornings and longer evenings. And we’re definitely ready for the end of cold and flu season, which has been particularly difficult for many this year. It raises the ...

2018-02-27T02:28:30+00:00 Healing, Immunity, Local Articles, Wellness|