Part 1- Depression Series

One of our sweet clients asked for a blog about depression because she had heard several friends comment about being depressed. Dr Adelena and I are doing a series on the subject, both through this blog and by live stream on Facebook. Today’s blog will give you Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) insights from Dr Adelena. …

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COVID questions

For the last 8 months I’ve been working to sift through the information coming from various sources about the true nature of COVID 19. I do this so that I can best help to keep you, my staff and those we love safe. Today’s blog might bring up more questions than answers, but that’s how …

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Acupressure to the rescue!

One of my favorite tools in my naturopathic tool belt is acupressure allergy treatments. The first type of treatment I learned was NAET (Nambudripad’s Allergy Elimination Techniques), developed by Dr Devi Nambudripad way back in 1983! Dr Devi was highly allergic and would have multiple trips to the ER every year with anaphylactic reactions to …

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Covid statistics in the world

Coronavirus update

The bulk of this blog is reprinted with permission from the Orthomolecular Medicine News Service. If you missed my earlier blog on Coronavirus, you can access it here. I’m going to urge you to share this information. Unfortunately, holistic articles are now being unfavored by Google, Facebook, YouTube and other internet search engines. It’s up to …

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Wellness

Easiest route to good health

The little things one does every day make the biggest impact on your health, for better or worse. For many, time is the barrier to incorporating good habits. For others, it’s remembering to do the things they want to do, like drink water, take vitamins, etc. The answer to both is….. Establish your routine Organizing your morning …

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