Have you tried cupping as a treatment? How does it work?🔥 . Prior to the 2016 Olympics, cupping was a lesser known treatment that dates back to 300AD. Cupping applies small glass cups or bamboo jars as suction devices that are placed on the skin. Cupping is one of the best deep-tissue therapies that can get up to 4 inches deep which helps to release toxins, clear blockages and blood vessels, improving blood flow. The negative pressure caused by the suction of cupping loosens muscles, encourages blood flow and promotes parasympathetic activity which allows for relaxation and cellular reparation. It also follows the same meridian lines as in acupuncture which can help move qi and treat specific aliments. Cupping can be used to treat many different conditions such as:. . 🔥Anxiety 🔥Promote weight loss. 🔥High blood pressure 🔥Congestion 🔥Fatigue 🔥 Migraines. 🔥 Reduce muscle and joint pain 🔥Improves digestion 🔥Boosts skin health. . Caveat: the marks after cupping can last 3 days to a week. If there is severe stagnation and toxin levels, marks can last for a couple weeks more. . . #cupping#clearstagnation#qi#anxiety#weightloss#fatigue#migraines#digestion#skin#myalgia#detox#health#fitness#wellness#acupuncture#naturalmedicine#ancientremedy#naturalremedy#physicalmedicine#chinesemedicine#orientalmedicine#tcm
A bath soak blend that promotes calm and wellness. 🌙 -The mineral content of a Himalayan salt bath can help maintain the protective barrier of the skin, while allowing it to hold in hydration – as is evidenced by the fact that your skin won’t wrinkle or prune after a salty dip. This is especially good news for those who avoid baths due to flaky or tight skin! -When we bathe in a Himalayan pink salt solution, we help to pull some of these toxins out of our skin through a process called reverse osmosis. -Patchouli It uplifts mood, drives away disappointment, and relaxes tension in the majority of people, even if they are being treated for something else. This is due to the impact that inhaling patchouli essential oil has on the hormones and various chemical reactions in the body and mind. By stimulating the release of pleasure hormones like serotonin and dopamine, feelings of anxiety, anger, and sadness simply disappear. -Patchouli Oil is also good for treating sexual problems including impotency, loss of libido, disinterest in sex, erectile dysfunctions, frigidity, and sexual anxiety. It is good for both men and women to put a spark back in the bedroom by stimulating the sexual hormones, estrogen and testosterone, which boosts the sex drive. Patchouli essential oil has been used as an aphrodisiac for hundreds of years. #rosewater#rosebath#thearaputic#zen#tranquility#aphrodisiac#ancientremedy#naturalskincare#essentialoils#aromatherapy#supportsmallbusiness#supportblackbusiness#supporthandmade#rosepassionbathsoak#bathsoak#esthetician#skincarespecialist#himalayansalt#epsomsalt#patchouli#femininewellness#confidenceisyou#serotonin ...
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🍒 Ayurveda says that when you eat fruit, you should eat it on its own - especially sweeter fruits. The sugars digest more quickly than other types of food, so if you have apple slices on your arugula salad, they will get processed by the body at very different speeds and can cause digestion issues. Fruit sugars are broken down into glucose and fructose. The glucose will meet your body's energy needs quickly, so by the time your liver gets to the fructose, it is simply stored as fat. According to @elephantjournal, it's best to have sweeter fruit as a complete meal, or as a snack when your meal wasn't enough. Less sweet fruit (like citrus) is fine to go along with your regular meals.
I failed to clothe Neer properly in the fluctuating weather, and he caught cold. After a couple of hectic days with guests etc., we remembered this ancient cold remedy; mustard oil heated with garlic, rubbed on the chest. It seemed to help, but we were confirmed about its efficacy when he woke up in the middle of his naps, soaked in sweat, in a cool bedroom, twice. The remedy indeed warmed him up. Now, I, with questionable hygiene standards, will not throw out this garlic infused mustard oil, rather use it up in a puffed rice snack recipe (muri-makha), for one. A cold remedy and a condiment rolled into one. Try topping that! Also, the whole day Neer smelled like garlicky mustard, which was certainly more palatable than, I don't know, say Phthalate. #zerowaste#zerodechet#zerowastehome#zerowastesaba#zerowasteremedy#slowhome#slowliving#simplify#ancientmedicine#ancientremedy