01 October 2010

Spring is here!

Gloriously warm one day, chilly and windy the next - the changeable Wood element belongs to Spring.  The Wood element also relates to the Liver and Gallbladder, the colour green and the sour flavour.

This month, learn how to keep healthy in Spring by adapting to the weather and the Wood element:

How can you prevent cold and flu?

Why is Spring the best time for a natural detox?

How can you use flavours and cooking styles to rejuvenate your energy?

How can you cleanse a sluggish Liver and Gallbladder with "kitchen-cupboard cures"?

Why are sprouts a "super-food" and how can you grow and eat them?

What's a great recipe to refresh your whole body in Spring?

We've been getting lots of calls lately from people wanting to:
* quit smoking
* lose weight for Summer
* treat injuries from Winter sports
* clear the effects of stress
* get pregnant naturally or support IVF
* have an efficient labour and birth
* ... and much more!!

If this applies to someone you know, then please pass this on to them as we'd love to help!

Wishing you well,
Lois Nethery

This post is brought to you by Lois Nethery, acupuncturist and Chinese medicine herbalist at Ocean Acupuncture in Curl Curl.

Ocean Acupuncture is a natural medicine centre of independent health practitioners. The views expressed in this blog are the author's only and do not necessarily reflect the views of the other Ocean Acupuncture practitioners.
The information presented in this blog, and on the Ocean Acupuncture website, is for interest and educational purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for health or medical information or advice. For health or medical advice, please consult your health professional.

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