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How Herbal Medicine Can Treat Infections

How Herbal Medicine Can Treat Infections

In this second blog in my series, we're looking at how herbal medicine can treat different kinds of infection. As antibiotics become less and less effective, we' re starting to look again at how we see infections and ways of treating them. In mainstream medicine, the...

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How Herbal Medicine Can Help Keep Us Safe From Infections

How Herbal Medicine Can Help Keep Us Safe From Infections

Infections of various kinds have been around forever, but I've personally noticed that each winter we seem to take longer to get over viral infections in particular. We've reached the point now where we can no longer rely on antibiotics to help us, and it's time to go...

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Ten Medicinal Herbs To Grow In Your Garden

Ten Medicinal Herbs To Grow In Your Garden

Many of us are spending more time in our gardens than usual, and I've certainly been loving making ours a bit more exciting for our family. There's lots of research showing that gardening, and being around plants in general is very good for our mental health, but why...

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Ten Wildflowers To Look For On Your Daily Walk

Ten Wildflowers To Look For On Your Daily Walk

Your daily walk gives you the perfect opportunity to enjoy nature's display of wildflowers, and reconnect with where you live. Even if you live in a city, you'll still see some of these around, so here are ten wildflowers you can enjoy, and a little bit about them....

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Old Remedies For Modern Times

Old Remedies For Modern Times

The Coronavirus situation is becoming more serious by the day, and for a long time now my colleagues and I have been debating how we could best help. We've learnt from the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Doctors how the infection manifests in the body, what it...

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Coronavirus – What Can You Do If You’re At High Risk?

Coronavirus – What Can You Do If You’re At High Risk?

Coronavirus has been our main news story for weeks now, and although it still appears to manifest as mild symptoms in most people, those who are considered high risk are becoming increasingly worried. Despite the absence of any vaccine or mainstream treatment, the WHO...

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Why Do The Good Die Young?

Why Do The Good Die Young?

You may have heard that the good die young and maybe even seen it for yourself. But why does that happen? Let me explain. Back in the early 1980's, the world renowned metaphysical teacher Louise Hay conducted a huge experiment. She wanted to know whether illness...

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Why Do We Get Arthritis?

Why Do We Get Arthritis?

Nicola came to see me a while back. She was in her early 60's and the rheumatoid arthritis in her hands had been slowly getting worse. During her first appointment, we talked about how it started, very soon after her dad died. She'd started a portrait of him, and...

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Why Am I So Fat?

Why Am I So Fat?

It's Obesity Awareness Week, but if there's one aspect of health we're probably hyper aware of, it's our weight! The moment we're born, sometimes before we're even given to our parents for that all important bonding first cuddle, we're weighed. Many of us go on to...

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Why Don’t New Year’s Resolutions Work?

Why Don’t New Year’s Resolutions Work?

  Those quiet days after Christmas are when many of us start reflecting on our year and planning our new years resolutions. But even with the best of intentions, around 80% of our resolutions fail. Why is that? In order for any new plan to work, we need 3 main...

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