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Turmeric

  Should I know about turmeric? The short answer is, yes. Turmeric has become one of my favorite herbs in my herbal healing toolbox. My hope is that after you read what it can do, you will be able to use it when you or your loved ones need it to nourish and heal the […]

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3 Day Love your Liver Cleanse

Aloha, the following is information on  how to do a 3 day cleanse and liver flush.  I put together this protocol for internal body cleansing based on my my personal cleaning experiences and what I learned from my teachers: Dr. Christopher and my Hawaiian Herbal teacher on Kauai, Kumu Ohai. Why Cleanse? This cleanse that is proposed, is […]

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heart health

Lemon with Garlic Mixture: Perfect for Clearing Heart Blockages

When you think of garlic and lemons, you might think about using them for flavoring fish or making a homemade vinaigrette. But these pungent, potent foods also have health-improving properties. One way in which garlic and lemon may be helpful is by increasing the health of your arteries. When the level of “bad” cholesterol is […]

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Sage Smudging

STUDY SHOWS HOW SMUDGING DOES A LOT MORE THAN JUST “CLEAR EVIL SPIRITS”

NOVEMBER 26, 2015  THOMAS The practice of smudging dates back to prehistoric times, and is still very much in use today worldwide for cleansing everything from dwellings to human spirits. However recent research has shed light on the popularity of this activity, revealing that burning certain plant matter actually clears harmful bacteria. All Western use of burning herbs […]

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The Kidneys and Baking Soda

By Using 1 Teaspoon Of Baking Soda You Can Repair Your Damaged Kidney Naturally

Magical Recipes For Healthy Life  Jan 2, 2016 The first thing you need to know about fixing the damage to your kidneys is what damaged them in the first place. You need to understand what usually causes the damage and understand the conservative methods for kidney damage treatment, so that you can see how different […]

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essential oils and brain injuries

Essential Oils and Brain Injuries. Here’s What You’re Not Being Told

Did you know that our sense of smell is the only sense directly tied to the limbic area of the brain, which is considered the emotional control center? This means that when essential oils are inhaled, they go directly to the brain. Our other four senses — taste, sight, touch and hearing — are first […]

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Love Your Liver Drink

Love Your Liver Drink!

This is a recipe for a liver lover drink from Dr. Schulze that you can easily incorporate into your daily health regime or make after a decedent night on the town.  I like to pour mine into a wine glass and enjoy in the AM sun.  All Organic Ingredients 8oz fresh squeezed juice of  1 […]

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Aloe-Vera

10 Amazing Uses For Aloe!

10 Aloe vera is one of the nature’s most beneficial plants. Once you see all the benefits of using aloe vera, you’ll never buy expensive health products again. Most of everyone knows that applying aloe vera gel to a sunburn will help relieve the burn. But, did you know there are many other benefits to […]

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butter in my coffee

Butter, Protein Powder, Cayenne … In Coffee? Oh My, This Is Good!!! Here’s Why My Body Is L♥ving it…

After a recent visit to Kauai and The Healthy Hut did I discover the most amazing way to drink coffee! I have a love/hate relationship with coffee. Basically, I love coffee but my adrenals don’t! Also, since I seem to have a sensitivity to pasteurized dairy, and attempt to avoid sugar makes for some pretty blah […]

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Ho'oponopono Everything

Ho’oponopono

Ho’oponopono Hoʻoponopono (ho-o-pono-pono) is an ancient Hawaiian practice of reconciliation and forgiveness. Traditionally hoʻoponopono is practiced by healing priests or kahuna lapaʻau among family members of a person who is physically ill. Exploring the concept that everyone is deeply connected — despite feelings of singularity and separation — four tenets are incorporated in Ho’oponopono, creating […]

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