Having a positive and loving relationship with yourself can be a difficult task. As Carrie Bradshaw once said in Sex and the City, “The most exciting, challenging, and significant relationship of all is the one you have with yourself.” We are bombarded every day with
“And perhaps what made her beautiful was not her appearance or what she achieved, but in her love and in her courage, and her audacity to believe: no matter the darkness around her, Light ran wild within her, and that was the way she came alive, and it showed up in everything” – Morgan Harper Nichols.
Ashwagandha is quickly becoming one of the most popular adaptogens on the market for its ability to reduce stress and promote a calmer and happier sense of being. Adapta-what? Lots of us think of energy as something we get from food or caffeine, but more
We hear a lot these days about free radicals and antioxidants and sun protection, and with good reason! Cellular health is the foundation of looking and feeling younger and sun protection is a critical measure to protect cellular health. Wearing sunblock everyday (even cloudy days!),
Lemon Balm’s scientific name is Melissa officinalis, which is derived from the Greek word Melissa, meaning honeybee. In Ancient Greece it was planted and used by the beekeepers of the Temple of Artemis to help keep the sacred honeybees content. Commonly referred to as lemon
News about the benefits of probiotics is everywhere….and so are those tiny little creatures that are so beneficial! You see them in yogurt, in teas, in capsules, and now, as an additive to your morning smoothie. You probably already know that probiotics are the helpful
The secret behind silky, glossy hair after the famous Brazilian Blowout is keratin. Keratin is one of the protein building blocks that makes up your hair, skin, and nails. Keratin is a protective protein, meaning it’s less likely to tear than other types of proteins.
Maybe guarana looks like wide open eyeballs because it is a complex natural stimulant and antioxidant. Native to Brazil, the Sateré-Mawé tribe are thought to have discovered the therapeutic effects of guarana, using it for many aspects of life, including social celebrations, for menstrual pains