How Do You Re-Aline Your Mind, Body, Soul & Spirit….

Re-Aiine your Chakra

Have you ever wondered at times why you may feel a bit Off, not your usual self….well, life will have ups & downs, ins & outs, good days & not-so-good days…. Sometimes we need a little more than a hot bubble bath, a long walk or run to rejuvenate we need to Re-Aline ourselves.  Doing a Crystal Chakra healing session is essential for anyone who wishes to have Optimal Health.  An easy way to address any issue you’re dealing with.  You should regularly balance your Chakras with Crystals…This definitely will enhance your Life!

By Placing the Crystals (7) on or Around your body in the position corresponding with the Chakra you intend to balance, here are the suggested positions of the Crystals, Colors and benefits….

  • Crown Chakra –                placed above the head (off the body)
  • Third Eye Chakra –           placed between the eyebrows
  • Throat Chakra –                 placed at your Throat on or off  the body if it falls off (allow this)
  • Heart Chakra –                   placed Directly in the middle of your sternum (not to the left)
  • Solar Plexus Chakra –       placed between your lower  ribs and belly button
  • Sacral Chakra –                   placed between your hip bones (mid belly)
  • Base Chakra –                     placed between the inner thighs (off the body)

Useful Herbs During Pregnancy

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GingerHighly effective anti-cemetic that helps to relieve nausea morning sickness

Just add slices to hot water & sip until symptoms resolve.

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ChamomileThis gentle herb calms and soothes the nervous system and digestion. Drink a cup if you are experiencing morning sickness tension helps relaxation before sleep

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Witch HazelA cooling astringent Herb that benefits tired and over stressed veins.  By simply soaking a cotton ball in Witch Hazel you can apply to aching legs and varicose veins for immediate relief.

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Lavender– A Calming anti-inflammatory essential oil that promotes healing after childbirth.  Add 4-5 drops of Lavender Oil to bath water. It relieves Mastitis, add 3-4 drops to warm water apply clean face cloth as a compress.

Linseed – This herb is a gentle laxative and bowel lubricant  very rich in Omega fatty acids.  Add 1 tsp. to any breakfast cereal or oatmeal and follow up with water to prevent constipation.

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Calendula – This herb is highly nourishing and healing for the Skin.  Add this Tincture to St. John’s Worth and dilute to use as a lotion also use it to Bathe Perineal tearing or post-partum stitches.

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St. John’s Worth – This herb has effective antiseptic & pain-relieving properties you can also use these to repair cracked nipples and rinse with water prior to breastfeeding.  

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Raspberry Leaf – A uterine tonic that helps prepare the body for childbirth.  Drink daily in the Last trimester of pregnancy and for an additional  2-3 weeks after childbirth to help contract the muscles & promote Breastmilk

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Dill – The seeds make an excellent infusion to drink during breastfeeding –

it promotes breast milk and relieves Colic and gas in the newborn, and it can be combined with fennel seeds. .

Jasmine – This essential oil is traditionally used during Labor for its relaxing properties

and to help instill feelings of calmness and confidence Dilute in a base oil (almond, grapeseed,

essential oils) massage into your lower back at the onset of contractions

Herbs to Avoid During Pregnancy

Love For Baby….

As protective parents and expecting parents, we want what’s best for our newborn & unborn babies. So, here is a list of Herbs to avoid during pregnancy. Well, at the very least, these Herbs should be consumed at a very small percentage.

Yarrow Black Cohosh Purple Giant Hysop Aloe Vera

Angelica Root Celery Seed American Spikenard Bear Berry

Worm Wood Borage Calendula Turmeric

Lemon Grass Hemp Agrimony Gravel Root Meadow Sweet

Licorice Root Golden Seal St. John’s Worth Elecampane

Juniper Mother’s Wart Lovage Goji

Catnip Japanese Gensing Damask Rose Rosemary

Yellow Dock White Willow Common Sage Costos

Schisandra Senna Comfrey Feverfew

Thyme Red Clover Colts Foot Vervain

Cramp Bark Mistletoe Anna Castus Chasteberry

Ashwaghanda Jasmine

Highlighted Herbs are the most commonly used herbs in foods and daily cooking. Remember EVERYTHING IN MODERATION!