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digestion and fennel tea for stress and anxiety with Dr. Aoife Earls ND in Oakville Ontario
Anxiety

Sick to your stomach? Herbs are here!

Many people exper­i­ence naus­ea (the urge to throw up, vomit, up-chuck… you get the pic­ture) from time to time, but it’s when it’s a daily thing that goes on for sev­er­al weeks or months at a time,

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Digestion

Frankincense as YOUR pain saviour

Frankincense was giv­en to Jesus, seen as the saviour of the world in Christianity, on his ‘birth’ (or the date recor­ded as his birth) as a gift. Frankincense how­ever can also be your saviour this holiday

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Detox Your Body for the New Year!

The hol­i­day sea­son can be described as a sea­son of glut­tony — we use it as an excuse to eat, drink, and be merry –which in itself is no big deal, but after 3 – 4 weeks of this behaviour,

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Ode to Summer Fruit

Juicy and deli­cious Dripping down my hand in your glory Taunting and call­ing me from your bas­ket Glistening with your sug­ar crys­tals A prom­ise of good health Shattered with a sug­ar crash ~A. Earls Thought for the day: Fruit is dessert…it’s not its

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Releasing my coffee addiction - a reflection

Has every­one recovered from adjust­ing their clocks for day­light sav­ings? I know I finally have…because that day was the day we decided in our house to release our depend­ence on coffee…cold tur­key. But why you ask? I can

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Starting spring right: Doing nothing

What are you up to today? Ticking all of the items on your list? Running 30 errands in an hour? Do you feel pride in being able to do the above tasks, quickly, effi­ciently, and repet­it­ively? Have you

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Gurgle, gurgle, gastroenteritis!

Now that sum­mer is finally here, I know that many of you are spend­ing week­ends out­doors, hik­ing, bik­ing, camp­ing or out by the pool. We exper­i­ence such beau­ti­ful sum­mers here in Ontario, that we def­in­itely live

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