• Sarah Mary

A Few Of My Favorite Things

Updated: Apr 22, 2020

For Your Health:

  1. Scarf with sleeves: A scarf that has sleeves is not only warm and cozy but also looks great. I love mine, it is excellent at keeping me warm in a chilly office or when walking outdoors on a cold day. It covers the upper back and neck, two areas that are perpetually exposed and consequently tight and achy due to the body's effort to warm itself by fluttering (contracting quickly) exposed muscle.

  2. Helping Ourselves by Daverick Leggett: Learn about your digestive system from our perspective and what it means when we say "Spleen Qi deficiency" or "Liver Qi stagnation" as it pertains to your unique digestive system. In addition, this book offers dietary advise for each pattern to help you re-balance your body.

  3. The Asian Diet by Jason Bussell: Learn about your digestive system from our perspective and what it means when we say "Spleen Qi deficiency" or "Liver Qi stagnation" as it pertains to your unique digestive system. It offers recommendations for dietary and lifestyle modifications to help you on your journey towards optimal health.

  4. Woman Code, Alisa Vitti: A book written for any woman who has experienced menstrual issues such as PMS, endometriosis, fibroids, PCOS, etc. Alisa offers an easy to understand explanation of the mestrual cycle, the hormones involved in each phase and how the imbalance of this delicate cycle can result in a myriad of gynecological syndromes currently afflicting out female population today. She also offers an excellent reference for lifestyle and dietary modifications to help re-balance these hormones and eliminate gynecological distress.


For Your Kids:

  1. Fire Child, Water Child by Stephan Cowan, MD: Learn about the different personalities according to the 5 Element System in Traditional Chinese Medicine and how to negotiate and work with each.

  2. Keeping Your Child Healthy With Chinese Medicine by Bob Flaws: Learn what your child's symptoms mean in Traditional Chinese Medicine and how you can improve your child's health.

  3. Tuesday's Child: A Chicago non-profit organization establish in 1980 at the Children's Memorial Hospital. Tuesday's child helps families address behavioral issues through individualized training for both parents and children. their evidence-based program centers on an individualized approach that enables their team to address each family's specific situation. (Take from Tuesday's Child's website)


For Your Herbal Medicine Cabinet:

  1. Arnicare Gel (Boiron): A scentless Homeopathic treatment, great for bruises of any kind. Follow all package instructions or advice given by a qualified healthcare provider.

  2. Airborne: Useful when you feel that cold coming on but can't make it in to see your acupuncturist or herbalist.


For Your Book Shelf:

  1. Helping Ourselves by Daverick Leggett: Learn about your digestive system from our perspective and what it means when we say "Spleen Qi deficiency" or "Liver Qi stagnation" as it pertains to your unique digestive system.

  2. The Asian Diet by Jason Bussell: Learn about your digestive system from our perspective and what it means when we say "Spleen Qi deficiency" or "Liver Qi stagnation" as it pertains to your unique digestive system. It offers recommendations for healing your body using Chinese medical wisdom.

  3. Woman Code, Alisa Vitti: A book written for any woman who has experienced menstrual issues such as PMS, endometriosis, fibroids, PCOS, etc. Alisa offers an easy to understand explanation of the mestrual cycle, the hormones involved in each phase and how the imbalance of this delicate cycle can result in a myriad of gynecological syndromes currently afflicting out female population today. She also offers an excellent reference for lifestyle and dietary modifications to help re-balance these hormones and eliminate gynecological distress.

  4. Keeping Your Child Healthy With Chinese Medicine by Bob Flaws: Learn what your child's symptoms mean in Traditional Chinese Medicine and how you can improve your child's health.

  5. Fire Child, Water Child by Stephan Cowan, MD: Learn about the different personalities according to the 5 Element System in Traditional Chinese Medicine and how to negotiate and work with each


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