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.
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.
Discover the herbs that can support you in flu and cold season. Find the difference between immune stimulating herbs, immune modulating herbs, and immune tonics.
It is always good to live a healthy lifestyle. But as the days get shorter and the temperature drops, making choices that support a robust immune system is imperative.
Learn simple tips and recipes that will help you transition from summer to fall in ease.
Keep your cool even in the most hot summer days by using herbs.
The skin is not a separate organ but a mirror of your entire body’s health condition. Glowing skin is the outcome of a lifestyle that nourishes the body from the inside out.
A cup of Tulsi tea has a profound effect on the heart. It can serve as a reminder of the abundance we already have and bring peace and hopes to a grieving heart.