Bee Fields Farm Blog
In the ancient world, the coming of spring was often linked to mythical tales of rebirth and resurrection. The fertility goddess played an important role in these myths, which told the stories of seeds shedding their skin to send roots and shoots. A ceremony of letting go before the new growth can manifest.
Reducing the physical and mental toxic stress is essential for increasing energy, improving digestion, reducing weight, and improving overall stress. It requires a lifestyle that reduces your exposure to toxins and nourish your nervous system and your body innate ability to detox.
Rites were never as important as they are now. The modern lifestyle and our disconnection from nature and our bodies created a chaotic world that overwhelms our nervous system and keeps us in a chronic state of stress.
Echinacea has a long history of use amongst the Native Americans of the plains. It is a relatively new remedy for white men that established a prominent place in the herbal materia medica as an immune remedy. Like with any herb, it is crucial to understand not just what it is doing but also how it works in the body to utilize it better.
Every time you touch, smell, taste, or ingest a plant, you exchange information. Your body is tuned to decode the secret language of plants so it can develop its resilience. Upholding your relationship with the plant world is vital for your well-being.
Did you set your mind on a new year resolution but are now struggling to make it happen? Understanding how your gut, mind, and heart work to keep you from making life-altering changes can help you find the breakthrough you are looking for.
The shortest day of the year is just around the corner. So it is an excellent time to look into the effect of long nights on well-being. If you find that you are ready for bed by early evening or that your mood is on the lower side, know that you are not alone.
If low energy level can not be explained by a temporary life change and if the fatigue lasts longer than a couple of weeks, you are dealing with chronic fatigue. It’s time to roll up your sleeves and work on finding the unique patterns at the roots of YOUR fatigue.
Feeling tired all the time is not a disease. But, it signals an imbalance in your ability cells to produce energy. Acute fatigue happens when you go through a significantly stressful time. Acute fatigue signals you to stop, revaluate, nourish, and replenish.
Metabolic Syndrome is an epidemic in America associated with diabetes, heart disease, and the risk of early mortality. One of the signs of metabolic syndrome is stubborn fat around the waist. Luckily, it is a condition that can be reversed with lifestyle choices.
My name is Lior and I am the herb grower, remedy maker, and herbalist here on Bee Fields Farm in Wilton, NH. I help women who feel disconnected from their bodies to simplify their lives, improve their health, and feel more grounded.