The pumpkin is a ubiquitous symbol of winter, as evidenced by the gourd being prominently displayed on porches everywhere during this season. However, there is a lot more to pumpkins than simple decoration!
If you suffer from achy, arthritic joints, seasonal depression, tend towards anxiety, or can’t seem to recover from one cold before the next one hits, rose hip tea may be a wonderful way to reduce pain, raise moods, and generally lift the body’s resilience.
Fasting dates back to the ancient civilizations of Greece and the Near East. Fasting as part of a religious practice has been used by numerous cultures and religions. Christianity, Judaism, Gnosticism, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, South and North American Indian traditions all utilize some form of fasting.
Enter fall in style with this deeply warming and tonifying tea.
The sweet last days of summer, the creeping in of crisp fall mornings, and the start of the new school year for many, bring a natural shift in how we maintain a balanced and healthy lifestyle.
May is that miraculous month when nature really starts to happen. Along with mother nature’s shifts, we have some exciting things going on at Reboot Center for Innovative Medicine. If you haven’t been in to see us for a bit, be sure to scroll down for the latest, plus a few extra tips and tricks.
Have you tried many different diets for general health improvement, for pain reduction, for weight loss, or for countering arthritic and inflammatory conditions?
Spring is here! But before you snap on those gloves for a top-to-bottom house scouring, check out the labels on your cleaning products. Most conventional cleaners are dangerously toxic, with the average cleaner containing over 60 toxic chemicals!
Bergamot essential oil is widely known as the queen of all oils for balancing the emotions. It has been used to settle anger, fear, anxiety, moodiness, depression, for improving fatigue and insomnia, to mitigate stress, and to increase happiness and confidence.
Have you heard of forest bathing? Also called “forest therapy,” it really just means spending time in the forest. But the term also refers to the health benefits we get by doing so.