Healing

The Humble Castor Oil Pack to the Rescue

by Allan Tomson We live in a medical culture of high-tech and low touch, machines beeping, computer readouts and people in white coats. Yet here sits the humble castor oil pack. No wires to plug in and nothing to wear out. This amazing remedy has been used therapeutically in ancient India, China, Persia, Egypt, Africa and the Americas. In modern ... Read More »

Ease Repetitive Strain Injuries

Targeted Exercises Lower Risk of Injury by Marlaina Donato Weekend athletes, office workers and hobbyists greatly benefit from a balanced array of regular exercises as a preventive measure against injury. In our technological age, repetitive strain injury (RSI) is all too common, and anyone using a computer daily can be at risk. Sedentary lifestyles help set the stage for injury. ... Read More »

D.C. Chefs Unite to Help Cure Cystic Fibrosis

The Metro D.C. Chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation will host its annual Celebrate Every Breath Gala featuring some of the region’s most popular chefs in a unique, interactive tableside dining experience. Now in its fourth year, the culinary gala has become a favorite local event after being named a top-five charity event by BizBash. This sensory adventure will begin at 6 p.m. on ... Read More »

Learn the Mystic Science of Creating Synchronicities

A Source & Synchronicities weekend course will be held on November 10 and 11 at the Hyatt Regency Dulles, where participants may access the Power of Source and the Power of Consciousness in three important life zones—healing, love and wealth. Preethaji, an enlightened sage and founder of O&O Academy, along with her faculty, will be teaching this course via webcast ... Read More »

SCAR THERAPY: Surgical Scars May Trap You

By Dr. Isabel Sharkar, ND Scars may be easily overlooked as if they do not interfere with your health, but there are good reasons why you should pay more attention to them. A scar is an adhesion and may be a direct pain generator, especially when cutaneous and subcutaneous nerves are cut along with the skin and deeper tissues. A scar ... Read More »

Nature’s Pain Killers

by Elizabeth McMillan Joint pain is extremely common, whether it is a result of injuries or simply due to aging. The pain we feel is due to the release of chemical messengers called cytokines in order to fight off bacteria or heal from an injury. This causes an inflammatory state and is part of the body’s natural way to heal ... Read More »

Multilevel Healing Means Wholeness and Well-Being

by Marcia Childress Multilevel Healing is a new term for an ancient concept and it equates with my understanding of “holistic healing.” Holistic has come to mean “alternative” or natural, when in fact holistic means “as a whole.” It is engaging all levels of a person: mental, emotional, spiritual and physical. As a Holistic practitioner for 40 years, I have ... Read More »

Walking the Indigo Path

by Dr. Isabel Sharkar, ND It’s one thing to treat symptoms—it’s another thing to have vibrant thriving health. From years of practice and thousands of clients treated, it is the experience at the Indigo Integrative Health Clinic that those who commit to getting well do so. The first step to healing and experiencing thriving vibrant health is commitment. As your ... Read More »

When Thyroid Hormones Fail Us – A Free Webinar

Even though many women are taking thyroid hormones and their lab tests state that they are “normal”, up to 90 percent continue to suffer from many of the symptoms. Dr. Serena Satcher is offering a free webinar to help break out of this cycle by discussing the root causes of hypothyroidism and natural ways to overcome it. The talk will ... Read More »

Learn to Deal with your Digestive Disorders

There is still space in the free, upcoming webinar on the how to deal with digestive disorders naturally. The human digestive system provides nutrition for every cell in our body and plays a critical role in our immune system. Yet, so many people suffer from a compromised digestive system, which results in an increase in chronic and degenerative diseases and ... Read More »