In Chinese medicine, we look at nature for insight with forever changing abilities for energetic momentum.The deep unknown, cold, and stillness of winter has to happen before spring can begin to sprout. It’s a long awaited change that is expected but unpredictable. Spring is the perfect time to stop procrastinating and move upward with expansive creativity. Just like the newly formed buds on the trees doubling size along with the birds chirping, nature gives expression of renewal.
Grab a pear for lung health! Most of Northern California is currently inundated with smoke from the fires. The smoke has caused air quality in the Bay Area to reach unhealthy levels as bad as Beijing. In Chinese Medicine certain foods can be eaten to balance certain internal organs. Pear is one of the foods that can help lung function.
As the summer heat intensifies, many of us are lathering up with sunscreen in order to protect our skin and avoid getting burned. The reality is that many sunscreens out there do more harm than good, especially from a fertility perspective. Sunscreen protects our skin from sun damage in one of two ways; they produce either a chemical barrier or a mineral one.