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Welcome to our 3rd edition of the newsletter.
The aboriginals used to call this time of year a transitional time. With some very cold and clear beautiful days combined with warmer, rainy and windy days. Plus the wild flowering season beginning it is almost like 4 seasons in one and it is just perfect for Hay Fever and Sinus issues.
Homoeopathic Sinus / Hay fever Relief Remedy
Clear those itchy watery eyes and nose. Blocked ears and dull head with this special blend of plant and mineral remedies designed to relieve sinus congestion and hay fever symptoms. Taken along side the use of a Neti Pot will clear 85% of peoples hay fever symptoms.
are unusual, they are designed by the yogis in India to clear your sinuses, they work fantastically.
I use one myself.
is the Yogic Nasal and Sinus Cleansing Technique.
Used regularly Jala Neti helps the bodies natural immune response to clear, reduce and normalize its hypersensitivity to spring pollens.
Jala Neti works with the body’s defenses reducing the symptoms and repetition of colds, hay fever, sinusitis, bronchitis, sore throats, coughs, postnasal drip, inflammation of the tonsils, adenoids, and asthma.
Jala Neti may over time reduce the need for other medications
It can benefit middle ear infections, glue ear and tinnitus. It reduces mouth breathing and snoring as a side effect of its use.
The Nyoongar Season –Djilba -
Growing season (season of conception)
August - September
Djilba is a transitional time of the year, with some very cold and clear days combining with warmer, rainy and windy days mixing with the occasional sunny day or two.
This season is characterized by a massive flowering explosion happening in the South West.
Starting with the Acacias.
Hence the issues of hay fever and sinus problems for some.
We start to see and hear the first of the new Born's with their proud parents out and about providing food and protection for them. The swooping protective behavior of the Koolbardi (Magpie) starts to ramp up and if watched closely, so to do the Djidi Djidi (Willy Wag Tails) and the
Chuck-a-luck (Wattle Birds).
As the season progresses and the temperatures continue to rise, we'll start to see the flower stalks of the Balgas (Grass Trees) emerging in preparation for the coming Kambarang season.
The Wildflower Season (season of birth)
We look forward to conversing with you.
Until then enjoy the season.
If you are unsure or your symptoms continue then contact your health professional