E1C928A3-D87B-44D3-8174-130891E565CFHave a happy and healthy Holidays 2018.

We will be closed for vacation Monday December 24, Tuesday December 25, and Monday December 31, and open for extra office hours on Wednesday December 26 and Thursday Dec 27.

Looking forward to seeing you!

 

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A new scalar sound therapy device, the iQube Miracle, has found a home in our waiting room and you can now experience it’s effects anytime you are at the office. It combines sacred geometry, noble gases, and binaural beats into a therapeutic vibrational frequencies, aka, “good vibes”.

For those interested in a stronger and more directed effect, headphone sessions are now also available as walk in appointments. Sessions can be targeted towards grounding, digestion, optimized brain waves, focus and concentration, organ balance, vision enhancement, clearing environments, and generalized wellness.

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ArtichokeSpringtime is in full force, which means that you are probably seeing artichokes everywhere in grocery stores and at farmers markets. This is excellent news for your liver, which is in “hello, I would like to cleanse and detoxify mode” during the spring. Artichokes can be boiled and cooked, and make sure to drink the cooking liquid for maximal effects. Fresh artichokes contain fiber, amino acids, prebiotic fiber, antioxidants (twice the ORAC value of blueberries!), and other liver supporting compounds. Dried artichoke imparts different medicinal benefits, as it contains more cynarin, which is known for its ability to stimulate bile flow. Moving your biliary tree can help to clean things up in a stagnant gastrointestinal area, and promote improved digestion.  Dried artichoke can be made up as a tea from organic dried artichoke, such as Mountain Rose Herbs’ artichoke leaf, but know it’s quite bitter. Cold brewing the leaves in water overnight, rather than boiling, helps to tone down the intensity of the bitterness. If the bitter taste is not what you are after, give these capsules by Oregon’s Wild Harvest a try. Bitters up!

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3D_Adults_BX7_COMBO-webFirst of all, what is Oxylent?!!! It’s basically a really high quality form of Emergen-C. I discovered the company when I was looking for low dose drinkable methylated vitamins, and have been a loyal fan of their products ever since. They taste really good! We have plenty in stock, come by and try a free sample.  We’ve also got magnesiums, vitamin Cs, and “liquid dirt” at the store if you are looking for any mocktail ingredients for the recipe below.
A couple of neat facts about Oxylent:
  1. They are a local company, based out of Watsonville.
  2. They use Albion minerals in all of their formulas, which is the gold standard of professional grade quality.
  3. They use methylated B12 and methylated folate. For those of you who don’t know what this means, the heartfixer website has more information than you ever wanted to know about this.
  4. Absorption is good because it’s drinkable.
  5. Excellent source of electrolytes and minerals.
They’ve just rolled out a whole line of immune flavors that are delicious, and the blueberry sports oxylent and the mandarin orange multivitamin are favorites.
Oxylent Mocktail
  • 1 packet of Oxylent
  • big splash of lemon, lime, grapefruit, or orange juice (any citrus)
  • 3 oz sparkling water
  • 7-9 oz still water
  • 1 oz fulvic humic minerals, aka “liquid dirt”
  • 1 oz or more of Farmhouse Cultures Gut Shot
  • 1 scoop of buffered vitamin C powder or 1 tsp of liposomal vitamin C
  • 1 scoop of magnesium powder, like Xymogen’s Optimag
  • sweetener to taste (stevia, monk fruit, coconut sugar, etc.)
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