The benefits of Turmeric Chai
I have a confession to make....the Dandelion Chai is my favourite tea out of all the ones Natasa makes.
Dandelion is actually a very bitter herb which can be a struggle for some people to take. Unfortunately it is this bitterness which makes it fabulous for digestive issues! We have bitter receptors on our taste buds that are stimulated by bitter foods. When they are stimulated they cause an increase in gastric acid and enzymes which help us to digest our food effectively (Bone & Mills, 2013).
TOP 7 MOST HARMFUL INGREDIENTS IN YOUR MAKEUP
Stopping to have a cup of tea is one of the simplest and greatest pleasures in life in my humble opinion. In cold weather, I like to wrap my hands around the mug and take a minute to let my mind relax. Nourishment for mind and body!
What we choose to put into that mug can really make a difference to our health especially if you have a good herbalist on hand to blend some magic for you! Nataša's teas are not only good for you but also taste amazing. Always treads gently on the Earth, her blends are organic and use minimal, recyclable packaging.
Top 10 Harmful Ingredients in Your Everyday Skincare
Whether you are a simple lippy and mascara kind of gal who rarely dabbles in different looks or you adore full on makeup glam and wear makeup daily, you will have a lot of interest in this post.
While most debates about make-up relate to star ratings based on longevity of wear and ease of application, little attention is given to choosing makeup based on the effect of their ingredients based on your skin type.
How to Make Kombucha
Let’s visit an all too familiar situation for many of you reading this post. You think you’ve done the right thing by investing in a full collection of skincare products – moisturisers, cleansers, toners, make-up remover, serums, exfoliators, day creams and night creams – you name it, you have it. You take the time and effort to apply these products twice daily only to find that the results are a little less desirable than you had imagined.
Some Simple Solutions To Help with depression naturally
Super simple and delicious recipe to make your own kombucha at home. Cost effective way of getting good bacteria!
Simple and Effective Ways to Help with Anxiety Naturally
Are you interested in learning simple solutions to help with depression naturally? Here are some simple and effective ways to help you.
Finding the spice in your winter
In this day and age, most of us suffer from anxiety at some point in our lives. Here are some simple and effective ways to help you navigate through this period and assist you to take control.
Power of Gratitude
Winter is the season of comfort food: of rich soups and curries, quick hot stir fries, and snuggling up under a blanket with a steaming cup of tea. This makes it the perfect time to incorporate some extra spice into your life, and enjoy not just a flavour boost but some seriously good health benefits.
What are soap nuts?
Have you ever wondered why some people seem so much more content with life than others? It doesn’t have to do with their income or the car they drive or where they live. It could be in relation to how grateful they are. Think about it.
Chocolate IS good for you…..conditions apply!
Thinking about how you can reduce your carbon footprint in the New Year?
Soap nuts are a fabulous and sustainable natural resource that cleans your clothes without chemicals. Even better, they can be composted for the garden when you have finished with them and are even inexpensive to buy.
What is fibre and where to get it from
Most people have quite a relationship with chocolate. We eat it when we want to celebrate something or when we are feeling down. We use chocolate to tell people we love them or to say that we are sorry.
We also describe it as one of life’s guilty pleasures because traditional chocolate is high in sugar and saturated fat. Not to mention the hidden nasties that popular chocolate bars can contain like palm oil, artificial colours, flavours and preservatives.
The Art of Slowing Down
The ABC show Catalyst had an interesting few episodes around gut health not too long ago. It appears that there may be a reason why alternative healthcare practitioners have been going on about fibre and gut health for years!
Let’s talk about sugar
I’m so busy! I’m so stressed out! These two catchphrases seem to be our mantra for life these days. And we are busy and we are stressed but that’s not necessarily such a good thing all of the time.
Many of the health issues that we see here at Mura are contributed to by our hectic and stressful lives and this needs to be addressed if we truly want to restore our health.
Tropical Tea Blend
Sugar has certainly been in the headlines lately! With more understanding now of how our bodies process sugar and the detrimental effects that it can have on us, it is time to rethink how we include it in our diets.
9 ingredients in your kitchen to use as remedies
Mura has created a beautiful tea that not only tastes great but has a whole range of health benefits too.
Our Exotic Tea Blend contains pineapple, papaya, mango, rosehip, ginger, lemon peel and peppermint. Sounds too good to drink right? You could eat that!
Just like us, plants have to fight off microorganisms. Most of the vegetables we enjoy, in particular herbs and spices, have natural infection-fighting properties.
Cooking with herbs and spices not only helps with flavour, but also imparts immune-boosting effects. Let’s take a look at a few remedies that you may already have in your kitchen.
Here at Mura Pathway to Wellness, something we are often asked about is how Biocybernetic Medicine works and what it is used for. We thought we would write this article so that you can share this information with your family and friends, and help them learn about alternative ways to diagnose and treat disease, and improve overall health and wellbeing.