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what life is on this planet.
This is the legacy that we provide for tomorrow.
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Removing blocks in your Healing
Sometimes there is a slowness in our improvement towards health no matter how many remedies we take. This can be a good thing as it gives you time to adjust to the new you. This slowness can also be an indicator of a mineral imbalance within the body blocking your healing which may be the cause for the slowing down of the healing journey and be creating an interuption in the assimulation of neurtients. A mechanic will tell you that regular tune ups and oil changes will keep your car going and aid in prevention of faults developing. This also applies to our bodies and a good homoeopathic cleanse has the ability to detox and tone your organs. Organs such as the liver, gall bladder, kidneyand Uterous. Now, with the aid of Hair Mineral Analysis we can target the individuals more specific issues. This is expecially helpful if there has been work or a living situation in the past where someone has dealt with any chemicals, toxic waste, pesticides, herbicides or poisonings.
The Nyoongar Season –Djilba -
Growing season (season of conception)
August - September
Djilba season is characterized by a massive flowering explosion happening in the South West of Western Australia. Starting with the Acacias.
Hence the issues of hay fever and sinus problems for some. Dont forget to use your Neti Pot. They act prophylactically as well as when you have an acute sinus issue.
Traditionally, the main food sources at this time of year included many of the land based grazing animals. Such as Yongar (kangaroo), the Waitj (emu) and the Koomal (possum).
By eating foods when they were abundant and in season, natural resources were not depleted and were still available for the next year. There was a balance and adaptability achieved through thousands of years of living with the bush. The Aboriginals of Australia have the longest known living culture on earth. This sounds like a strategy for food sustainability to me.
As the season progresses and the temperatures rise we move into
The Wildflower Season (season of birth)
We look forward to sharing with you again.
Until then enjoy the season.
If you are unsure or your symptoms continue then contact your health professional