Our friends and herbalists Yarrow and Angela Willard at Sheleana is passionate about getting back to nature through real food and empowering women to walk the feminine path of self-care and deep self-awareness.She's a birth doula in Vancouver, BC She's an avid reader, intuitive culinary goddess and cat lady in the making.Doel is dat je samen met het betreffende bedrijf of instantie tot een oplossing komt.
Here’s a recipe we like for healing the cold or flu naturally: Cold & Flu Juice Remedy: 7.
Remember to sit on a towel and have one for wiping the sweat off of you frequently, or your skin will just re-absorb the toxins soaked up in the wood and on your skin. Oil of Oregano – it comes in tincture form and tastes pretty awful but it works. Avoid store-bought juices & soda – Yes, even your classic minute maid orange juice is a no no. I’m sure you’ve got a lot going on so it might be tough to take a day off, but in order to be your best self in the world, you’ve got to be operating at 100%.
Oil of oregano is a powerful anti-bacterial, anti-viral and flu remedy. Most store-bought juices have been pasteurized and contain added sugar which can weaken your immune system. Instead, drink your veggie juice and have more water. Put yourself first and get more sleep so you can get back out there and rawk life. Camu Camu Berry – natures highest source of Vitamin C on the planet.
Miso Soup Recipe: Instructions: Bring your water to a boil and throw in your chopped greens, seaweed and peas. Remove from heat and let cool for a few minutes and mix in 1 tbsp.
of miso for each cup of water you have in your pot. Drink warm water with lemon – The more you hydrate, the faster toxins can pass through you. Avoid meat & dairy – If your digestive system is working overtime to break down animal foods which are heavier and take longer to digest, than your healing process will be slowed.