We, all life choose by our intent what we give
of ourselves to create collectively
what life is on this planet.
This is the legacy that we provide for tomorrow.
Here we are entering our winter months. Colds and flu's can turn a lovely bright wintry day of woolly clothes, warm socks, fresh crisp breath in the mornings and snugly blankets in the evenings into the bane of existence.
So prevention and remedies to resolve those baneful symptoms are most useful at this time. It is always a good idea to fall back on the old stand byes of Echinacea, Olive Leaf, Vit C, Zinc and Garlic. However, to rely on one thing constantly tends to render our immune system lazy. We need to stimulate it, to refresh, give it a boost and support it if we want it to support us. So I would like to introduce:
Homoeopathic Flu Support
Homoeopathic Flu Support is designed to relieve the symptoms of Influenza.
The Anas Barb in this mix works well with the other remedies when in contact with an infected person and at the first sign of symptoms of a flu.
Aconite is a great remedy for the first hint of a chill, fever, cough, earache or sore throat from the windy cold nights or days.
Gelsemium is a wonderful standby for when you have drowsy befuddled bursting headaches, wanting to "just close your eyes" and a stiff neck.
Eupatorium covers some of the classic symptoms of flu with its ability to relieve the aching in you joints and the chills that run and and down your spine.
As homoeopathy works with the law of similiars, the remedy Influenzinium with its symptoms so similar to the flu it is always of great benefit.
For relief of symptoms the remedy is best taken 3 doses a day till symptoms abate then reducing the dosage as you improve.
The Nyoongar Season –Makuru -
Cold and wet time of the year (fertility season)
June – July
This fertility time is when many of the animals begin to pair up in preparation for breeding. If you look carefully, you might now see pairs of 'Wardongs' (ravens) flying together. You also notice these pairs not making the usual 'ark ark arrrrrk' that these birds are well known for when flying solo.
Makaru sees the coldest and wettest time of the year. Bringing cold weather, rains and occasionally snow on the peaks of the Stirling and Porongurup Ranges.
food sources were more inland with the added rainfall and growth of plants preparing the wild life for their coming young
Native Flowers start to emerge beginning with the blues of the Dampiera lindleyi and as the season comes to a close the white and cream flowers of the weeping peppermint (Agonis flexuosa) and the Djilba -the growing season of August - September
If you are unsure or your symptoms continue then contact your health professional