Herbal Remedies

Pain runs deep, however it is best to mend the root cause instead of simply applying and reapplying a band-aid. Find out which herbal remedies to take to receive pain, rebalance the body, increase energy and improve one’s mood.

Herbs for Sneezing and Runny Nose

Sneezing & Red Eyes – Herbal Remedies

By Amanda Filipowicz, CNP, BES
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In Herbal Remedies
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Published January 24, 2018
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Updated August 21, 2018
Lifestyle and Dietary Recommendations There is a tolerable limit to how much stress and toxins the body can handle. Perhaps you have allergies to pollen or certain weed/plants that come into bloom around the spring or late summer. However, it is possible to control these symptoms thought a healthy whole foods diet and elimination of […]

Heartburn and Meadowsweet – Herbal Medicine

By Amanda Filipowicz, CNP, BES
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Published July 14, 2017
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Updated April 20, 2019

Heartburn is a symptom of acid reflux which when experience more than twice a week is an indication of gastroesophageal reflux disorder (GERD). It is credited with the overflow of gastrula juices in the esophagus, which is HCl backing up into the esophagus causing sensitive skin to become irritated. Normal functioning muscles of the esophageal […]

Raspberry Leaves During Pregnancy

Raspberry Leaves During Pregnancy

By Amanda Filipowicz, CNP, BES
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In Herbal Remedies
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Published June 20, 2017
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Updated August 21, 2018
For hundreds of years prior to the invention of medication people have been using herbs during pregnancy. Raspberry leaves have a long history of being used during pregnancy, as they aid in strengthening and toning the tissues of the womb, assisting with contractions. These actions will occur is the leaves are drunk regularly during the […]

DIY Tummy Ache Tea for Heartburn

By Amanda Filipowicz, CNP, BES
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Published June 10, 2017
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Updated May 20, 2019

Do you ever get heartburn? The surprising thing, heartburn is an indication (and a symptom) that you are lacking in stomach acid – AKA you most likely have low stomach acid. Low stomach acid and heartburn are also both symptoms of acid reflux, which if left untreated can result in gastroesophageal reflux disease or GERD. […]

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