Babies need aromatherapy

Yes, you can, and you should use aromatherapy with children and babies! All parents are not necessarily equals in everything, but I noticed something they all have in common: this feeling of being dependant of the pediatrician for at least a year after the birth of their child. They do not dare asking or do […]

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Abuse and antibiotic resistance: be educated!

The threat of antibiotics being ineffective against infections is increasingly real and increase the need to get an education on valid alternatives to antibiotics. Alternatives exist, and I’ll tell you all about it. But first, understand one thing: everything is in the dose! The dose of antibiotics: respected? Excesses are what cause problems,  in any […]

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Four large drug scams nobody tells you about

I am aware that it is politically correct to trust the power of large industry and to be suspicious of rather unknown ancient sciences such as aromatherapy, but you have to understand one fact:  today, your health weighs nothing in front of the millions of profits to be made by Big pharma. At least this […]

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Aromatherapy for breastfeeding

In many countries, whenever a health practitioner is asked about breastfeeding, he or she remains very correct in recalling the sacrosanct “of course, breastfeeding is great, but nothing beats a happy mother giving the bottle…(implying that if breastfeeding is too harsh on you, you can switch to bottle).     However, I recently found in […]

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Aromatherapy for health and bliss in the winter

Bliss in the winter: knowing that it is cold outside, looking at snow flakes slowly falling behind the window while you are in the warmth of your bed. This is bliss.   This is something I felt this morning as I was under the covers: the light outside was enough to show the snow silently […]

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Chronic candidosis: a natural protocol for balance

Why a natural protocol for candidosis when tons of antifungal drugs exist and are prescribed everyday? Simply because ironically the overgrowth of candida albicans is not only a product of poor nutrition and stress, it is also stimulated by the repetitive use of antibiotics. However, the only medical response to Candidosis remains to be antifungal […]

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Candidosis, the 21st century’s disease

We cannot talk about candidosis and not talk about bacteria, microbes and germs. Let me tell you all about it. From the day we are born we live in a microbial environment and we are hosts to a multitude of microbes. We live everyday with these microbes and we maintain a symbiotic relationship with them. […]

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SIBO : is it responsible for your stomach pain?

SIBO : small intestine bacterial overgrowth,  is the increase in the number of certain bacteria, and / or changes in the type of bacteria in the small intestine.   Atmost, SIBO is not the product of a single type of bacteria’s sudden growth, but many bacteria who should be in the colon, and not in […]

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Aromatherapy for the winter

End of October. Soon the winter weather will be nice and cold, especially here in New England, very cold. We’ll put on thick, cosy clothes and will deal the best we can with winter temperatures. But feeling cold may also due to what early doctors used to call « humors. »   When you feel […]

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