Interview with My Alma Mater: Wellpark College of Natural Therapies

Here's a recent interview with Wellpark College of Natural Therapies where I graduated with a degree in Naturopathy and Herbal Medicine 2 years ago: https://wellpark.ac.nz/bachelor-of-naturopathy-and-herbal-medicine/ "International Student John Tang joined Wellpark College of Natural Therapies in 2019 in pursuit of knowledge. John had turned to natural therapies in Singapore to help manage an arthritic autoimmune disease and … Continue reading Interview with My Alma Mater: Wellpark College of Natural Therapies

Taking Your Own Medicine?

Can Doctors take their own medicine just to see its effects (and side effects) on the body? Obviously not because its too strong! But guess what? We herbalists can! 😊 That's an advantage we have as we can try the herbs and experience first hand how it works in our bodies. This is a Horsechestnut … Continue reading Taking Your Own Medicine?

Inner Peace

Do you have inner peace? Because healing can not be complete without inner peace. In fact, healing should start with seeking peace within our hearts. I have repeatedly seen inner emotional turmoil causes disease (dis-ease) in our clients. Especially the more complicated diseases like autoimmunity and cancer. This inner turmoil often festers and like stress, … Continue reading Inner Peace

Our Greatest Need?

"Every human being's greatest and deepest need is Love. Love is the only thing that will give us security and harmony." 💖 Excerpt from Leaf to Life by Dr. Sebastian Liew (ND) #love #humanneeds #innerpeace #leaftolife #sebastianliew #phytotherapy #naturopathy #Wellness #aHealingLife #holistichealth #holism

Bless Everyone!

A life changing spiritual practice - Bless yourself and bless everyone you meet! 😊 Try it and observe the wonders that happen in your life! https://thebiblespeakstoyou.com/the-healing-power-of-blessing-others-with-pierre-pradervand/

Our bodies need unceasing and constant care

We clean our houses regularly and take the trash out everyday right? otherwise dirt, dust and trash builds up and this affects the health and well-being of the occupants. So why don't people realize the same scenario plays out in the body if you aren't eliminating their wastes well (e.g. chronic constipation) We take of … Continue reading Our bodies need unceasing and constant care

Hypo thyroid Foods

This is from a recent handout I compiled regarding foods to avoid / eat more of for individuals with hypo-thyroid: Do note as we age, there is a tendency towards hypo-thyrodism where the thyroid glad doesn't function optimally and so the body's metabolism slows down. This can slow down digestion, cause constipation, weight gain, brain … Continue reading Hypo thyroid Foods

Herbal Medicine for Musculoskeletal Injuries

Sharing a positive review of a case where herbal medicine helped support the healing of musculoskeletal injuries. There are many herbs that can benefit joints and muscle and even support sports performance and recovery. As a former athlete, this is an area of interest and we're starting to see more clients with musculoskeletal conditions. To … Continue reading Herbal Medicine for Musculoskeletal Injuries

Sore Throat home Remedy

This is a simple home remedy for sore throats during this time of pandemic: Garlic, 4-5 bulbs rawOnions, 1 small bulb, rawGinger, about 1-2 thumb sizes, rawSea salt, about 1 tspRaw honey, 3 tbspLime/lemons, 4-6 small limes or 1 lemonWater, about 1L 1) Chop finely the raw garlic, onions and ginger 2) Add water, sea … Continue reading Sore Throat home Remedy

Phytotherapy for joint diseases and sports performance

Unlike other manipulative therapy, phytotherapy does not view joint diseases as a focal joint disease - " My ankle has a problem, fix my ankle." but a systemic disorder with factors such as:  Blood microcirculation Blood quality (e.g. uric acid and autoantibodies)The health of the cardiovascular system Insulin sensitivitySystemic inflammationPsycho-social factors Your blood bathes the joints and the … Continue reading Phytotherapy for joint diseases and sports performance