That means all chamomile (Roman, German, and Maroc) in all forms (essential oil, herbal supplements, etc.) Please don't shoot the messenger! Be mad at ragweed and chamomile for being related.
Ragweed and chamomile are both members of the Asteraceae/Compositae plant family. The plant family also includes chrysanthemums, marigolds, daisies, echinacea, and dandelions. YEP - echinacea and dandelions too! Clinical research has documented that that ragweed allergy sufferers have tendency to be allergic to chamomile as well.
You go to the doctor and are told the familiar, "you need to lose weight", "you have to lower your blood pressure", or "your diet needs to improve". Easier said than done!
Being told what you need to do to improve your health is all good and well; but, how to do it is a different story. "I am busy with work." "I have a family to take care of." "I don't have the finances." "I don't know where to start!" When you need to take what your doctor says and put it into action, that's where your integrative health coach comes in!
Reiki healing is a Japanese technique for relaxation that reduces stress, strengthens the immune system, increases vitality, and boosts your body's natural ability to heal! Just like acupressure, meditation, and aromatherapy, Reiki is a natural, non-invasive therapy that is centuries old and is a go-to today for benefiting the quality of life for people of all ages. It is a go-to complementary treatment around the world in hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, and wellness centers.
Kelly Nembhard is a certified health coach, Reiki therapist, and aromatherapist with experience as a clinical research professional and developmental biologist. She currently lives in Durham, NC.
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