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Beauty of Bees

Bees are one of the oldest forms of animal life, preceding humans on Earth by 10 to 20 million years. Now, honeybees are dying off for a number of reasons which are classified under (CCD) Colony Collapse Disorder, including malnutrition, loss of habitat, disease, climate change, varroa mites, chemicals and pesticides.  On top of these threats, the life of a honey bee is all work and very little play. From the moment it emerges out...read more

Tea: Healthy, herbal helpers

For thousands of years, herbal infusions have been consumed for medicinal benefits. Eastern medicine has long used tea as a cure for almost any ailment with evidence that dates back to the second century B.C. Legend says that the Chinese emperor & herbalist, Shennong, liked his drinking water boiled to cleanse it. On a trip to a new foreign land, a servant boiled water for him to drink and a dead leaf from a wild tea bush fell...read more.

Mindfulness in the Workplace

With work occupying most of our day, confrontations, misunderstandings and judgements are an inevitable part of our working environment. People who work 30 to 50 hours a week, spend more time with their co-workers than they do with their families.* With such a concentrated amount of time spent together, it is easy for anyone to use the workplace as catalysts to release stress through short tempers, harsh words, or lack of team effort...read more.

Eye Opening Health

Most people in society obtain glasses or contact lenses when their eye sight becomes blurred. These man-made devices help with the issue; but do not contribute to the solution of internally correcting the blurred vision. Broken bones and cuts heal. Stomach issue dissipates. Our body recovers from a cold in a few days. Are we to believe that one of the most major functions of one of our strongest senses, is the only part of the body that can't heal itself? ....read more.

Sage Your Space

Across many cultures, the ritual of burning dried herbs, called smudging, is quite common for alleviating negative energy, opening healing gates and purifying the surroundings. It has been omnipresent throughout history as part of spiritual rituals that reaches back to primal burning bushes in native cultures to frankincense wafting in churches. Today, in addition to its majestic properties, it is commonly used to...read more

Firm Footed Foundation

In many cultures, feet are symbolic of the very foundation in our journey through life. They root us so we can stand strong in our beliefs, helps us leap away from danger and reveals wisdom when we stumble. We put our best foot forward to give strength when entering a challenging time and land on both feet to rise out of a difficult situation. So when we experience physical pain in our feet, it halts us dead in our tracks. ...read more.

Oh! Oregano

For centuries Greeks and Romans decorated brides and grooms with a crown of oregano as a symbol of happiness as it means "mountain of joy." Today, it is used so frequently in our kitchen; but oregano is a hidden gem of therapeutic health. Oregano is filled with vitamins A, C, E, and K, as well as...read more

Modern Day Meditation

The season of autumn is soon upon us with its dazzling display of color and crisp mornings. In Chinese medicine, autumn is associated with the element of Metal, which governs organization, order, communication, the mind, setting limits, and protecting...read more

Redefine Your Sugar Time

As winter approaches, our primal nature emerges to prepare us for harshness of the season. In earlier times, we would need a high calorie diet to prepare us to hunt and gather supplies. So we would turned to sweet, ripe foods. We needed to pack on a few pounds to sustain us through the winter.  Today, we lack the same...read more

Go Green This Holiday Season

Bringing your own bags to the grocery store has (thankfully) become more of the norm. “Reduce, reuse, recycle” flow together as one common word in our vocabulary. But when the holidays come, it’s easy to forget about the impact the holidays take on the environment. An estimated...read more

Winter Solstice

7 hours and 49 minutes of daylight.

How you can celebrate....

Winter Solstice is nature itself inviting us to really accept ourselves, so we can grow and cleanse and prepare for personal growth.

The solstice is regarded as the rebirth of the Sun. Ancient cultures feared...read more

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