Monthly Archives: November 2010

Herbal Combination for Women

One of the best combinations of herbs that women love is Maca Root Powder, Marshmallow Root Powder, and Queen of the Meadow Root Powder. This combination is great for balancing the hormones, soothing the stomach and GI tract… and also … Continue reading

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The Relaxed Soul Learns New Lessons

When a grown woman tells her father (who is being loud and abusive) that she’s leaving and over the course of the next 20 years he never does that again —- that is about creating boundaries. For sometimes we automatically … Continue reading

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Roobios Tea

Roobios Tea is not a tea but an herb that contains lots of minerals such as iron, calcium, magnesium, potassium, copper, fluoride, manganese, and zinc. Studies show it has the ability to reduce the risk of cancer, heart disease, and … Continue reading

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The Relaxed Soul and a Fathers Love

“The Relaxed Soul and a Fathers Love” As I watch a father wipe up a drink that his little boy spilled all over himself… doing so with a smile on his face in peace having his young son by his … Continue reading

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Oolong Tea

Oolong Tea has many health benefits — Scientific studies that have found it increases metabolism, helps burn fat, and blocks fat absorption. Oolong Tea is high in antioxidants and in other studies lowers trigs by a whopping 80%… and reduces … Continue reading

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The Relaxed Soul and Deep Love

When we have relatives that are hard to deal with, it doesn’t mean that the light within has gone out. These are the people that need our love even more than the ones that are easy to love… and they … Continue reading

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Bay Leaves for Bugs

If you have moths or flour bugs getting into your food storage area and into your spices you might want to try using Bay Leaves. Yes I said Bay Leaves! I was just down on a creek in California and … Continue reading

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