Steeping a cup of Happy Mama tea, one of the Kalusion tea blends. This blend contains oatstraw, which calms the nerves. It’s been said that everyone living in modern society should have oatstraw in their life. It also contains herbs for hormone balance and energy.
Not to mention, I actually enjoy it. Check it out at the BouTEAque
It’s always amazing to watch the group start with nothing but a script on Monday, and perform an entire show including singing and dancing by Friday.
Yet their process for creating a show is essentially the same as the process for manifesting anything in your life.
1. Be open to learning Sometimes step 1 is the most challenging. We can get caught up in our own perceived expertise, or we struggle with resistance. Resistance is a side effect of fear, and the fear of success is often greater than the fear of failure.
2. Repeat Lather, rinse, repeat 😂 Practice what you have learned until it becomes second nature. Anything you do regularly becomes a habit.
3. Receive You are allowed to receive good things and results. As a matter of fact, you deserve it. We all do, so it doesn’t mean you are full of yourself when you receive. Get comfortable with positive energy moving in your direction, and you will attract more.
Easy as 1, 2, 3! Yet, theory is often simpler than implementation. It takes finding the right motivation, accountability, and support.
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Anxiety Disorder is the most prevalent mental health issue with 40 million Americans experiencing it.
It’s really not surprising why, but it may surprise you that all of this stress and anxiety is causing inflammation in your body, which is causing digestive problems, autoimmune issues, cancer, and many other health issues.
It’s critical to your health to address your stress and anxiety.
Know that you can reach out to me if you need to talk
When I started learning about natural health and remedies, one of the first things I phased out was over the counter pain killers like acetaminophen and ibuprofen. I suppose it was fairly easy since they were not something that I regularly took.
When I reflect back searching for the reason I intuitively felt like I didn’t want it in the house anymore, I remember my daughter was a baby at the time, and it seemed like children’s acetaminophen was the go to recommendation for everything baby related. I knew I didn’t want that for her, or for me.
Most people consider painkillers completely harmless, yet over time they can contribute to gastrointestinal issues, kidney and liver toxicity. In other words, over time, the solution becomes the problem.
So, what to use now?
Often times, the need for pain relief is in connection with illness or chronic pain. Both of these are prevented with good ol’ fashioned healthy living. A diet consisting of unprocessed foods, physical activity, and managing stress helps keep immunity up and inflammation down. This reduces pain and other issues that even create a need for OTC painkillers.
However, situational stuff does come up, and we need some support. Over time I have created my own natural first aid kit. Here’s what’s in my kit:
Super Salve – for anything skin related, such as rashes, bites, scrapes, etc
and I have certainly saved the best for last. This is my go to, all around, keep it on me at all times remedy:
Rescue Remedy Drops or Pastilles – great for any situational physical or mental stress
I have seen Rescue Remedy do some amazing things. I offered it to someone who had a bad fall that busted her lip and caused swelling in her face. After taking Rescue Remedy, the pain and swelling went down, and brought her immediate relief. A friend’s son had an anaphylactic reaction to acetaminophen, so she gave him Rescue Remedy, which reduced the swelling immediately. It has helped with test anxiety, stress, and countless falls. I could go on and on about it.
The salves are also miraculous, but my own creations. Feel free to reach out for more info.
I have included links to my favorite options for my natural first aid kit. They are affiliate links, which means that I may get a bit of compensation, but you will not pay any more for it. However, I appreciate your support.
How does your first aid kit look? Are you still using OTC pain killers and antibiotic ointments, or have you started using more natural alternatives?
Do you have some favorite natural remedies in your kit not mentioned here?
Comment and share with us!
The information provided here isn’t meant to identify, treat, cure, or protect against illness. For those who have a health problem of any sort speak with your health care specialist. It is for educational purposes only and isn’t meant to substitute the recommendation of a doctor and other medical professional.
The Sugar Buster Tea has been coming up a lot lately, so I thought maybe you are supposed to hear about it.
I have to admit that I have been dipping into the kid’s Easter candy a bit. Even though the bunny brings quality candy with organic natural sugars, they are still sugars, and cravings for more can happen really quickly. I found myself getting a little nutty about wanting more, so I reached for the Sugar Buster Tea. Once again, crisis averted.
Seriously, I love this tea so much, not just because it can help ward off cravings by balancing your blood sugar, but also because you can use it on the back end of an indulgence. Let’s face it when you are smack in the middle of a chocolate (or your sweet of choice) craving, you are not usually feeling like “oh man, let me make a cup of tea, woohoo!” In that case, enjoy your indulgence. Feeling guilty about it is not going to make anything better. In fact, it only makes things worse. Then enjoy a cup of Sugar Buster Tea to balance things back out, and prevent cravings by avoiding a near future sugar crash.
Recently, a Sugar Buster Tea drinker shared with me that she has been diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes, and this tea is saving her life. She has been able to drastically reduce her cravings, and get on track with eating the foods her body needs
Other users have raved success in breaking habits of excessive soda and sugary coffee drink consumption, were able to curb night time sweets cravings, have been able to stop eating out excessively, and more.
Sugar Buster is a rich, and mildly sweet tasting herbal blend.
balance blood sugar
cleanse the liver
reduce sweets cravings
break sweets habits
To use: put 1-2 tsp in a tea bag or ball, steep in hot water at least 5 min, and ENJOY!
Sugar Buster Tea, along with all of Kalusion’s Health & Harmony Teas are available in the BouTEAque
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