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How to Naturally Reduce Period Cramps

That time of the month can be a literal pain, but that doesn’t mean your period cramps should stop you from living your life. So many women around the world are forced to deal with uncomfortable period cramps every 21 days, and for some these cramps can limit how much we’re able to do.   Cramps are caused by contractions of your uterus which help to release its lining and unfortunately cause you to feel to feel discomfort.  If you’re someone who deals with intense pain every month and wants a successful, all-natural way to tame the discomfort, we have a few solutions for you. Check below to see some of our favorite ways to reduce your period cramps.  ...

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Immune Boosting Green Juice Recipe

Summer is quickly approaching, and before you rip off your sweaters and trade in that Vitamin C for a Pina Colada on the beach, be sure to keep your immune system in tip top shape. It is no better time than now to prepare your body for the fall weather and cold season, as strengthening your body’s reserves now can help create more resiliency and a better defense system. After all, your body doesn’t only need immune support during the colder months - it needs it all the time!   Our solution: juicing. Juicing is one of the most beneficial ways to see improvements in your hair, skin and the overall health of your body. Described as one of the...

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Help your body go with the flow, not against it with Angelica Root for Menstrual Pain

Called the “female ginseng” or the “ultimate herb for women,” Chinese Angelica Root (Dang Gui) has been used to relieve pain related to menstruation since 588 B.C. Known for its warming, restorative qualities, Angelica Root is believed to strengthen the heart, lung, spleen, kidney and liver meridian systems, the latter of which encircles the genitals.   What does this mean? In Traditional Chinese Medicine, it is believed that Qi (pronounced chē, aka energy) must flow freely through established meridian systems, or pathways, of the body. Qi moves blood through the circulatory system, so without free-flowing Qi, there is no free-flowing blood. This can result in blockage, or pain, in the body.   The liver meridian system is of great importance, as...

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