Why Am I So Tired?

November 07, 2017 -by Carl Greer, PhD, PsyD


We all get tired from time to time. Fatigue is an extremely common issue that plagues us all, either on occasion or chronically. It’s so easy to blame lack of sleep on malnourishment, too little exercise or too much caffeine...but what if the reason goes beyond that?   (... read more)

Floatation Therapy: Sensory Deprivation

July 10, 2017 -by Jessica  Luibrand & Amelia Leigh


“Floating” is described as relaxing in a weightless state in the silent warmth of a floatation tank free from gravity and all sensory stimulus which impacts our lives each day. People float in skin temperature water that is diluted with over 1,000lbs of Epsom Salt.  (... read more)

Cannabinoids: THC, CBD, and Your Health

July 05, 2017 -by Chiwah Slater

Bbenefits of the hemp plant is on the upsurge.

As scientists discovered in 1992, we all came into this world bio-equipped with healing ingredients known as cannabinoids.  (... read more)

Medical Intuitive and Hands-on Healer

An Interview with Kimberly Meredith

June 01, 2017


Kimberly is a Medical Intuitive, Trance Channeler, and Surgical Hands on Healer. With a growing worldwide reputation, Kimberly is a vessel for the healing energy of God..  (... read more)

Ho‘oponopono and Family Constellations: A Traditional Hawaiian Healing Method for Relationships, Forgiveness and Love

April 03, 2017


Ulrich Dupree describes what Ho’oponopono is and how the concept can be used to heal our relationships, our world, and ourselves.  (... read more)

Iodine & Thyroid Health

February 06, 2017


Of all the glands present in our body, the thyroid is a very special one. This butterfly shaped gland sits within the throat behind your windpipe. This little gland may be small, but it has a very important job to do...

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Antidote for Partisanship

February 06, 2017


Is there anything that will overcome our polarizing partisanship? Our modern world often pits political and philosophical principles, rights for some with undesirable consequences for others. Do the consequences of fracking change some people’s minds? Why?'...   (... read more)

New Study on GMO Corn Raises Safety Concerns

January 09, 2017


A new study published in the scientific journal Nature has used molecular profiles to reveal major differences in composition between a GMO corn and its non-GMO parent. These findings question industry and regulatory position of  “substantial equivalence” and have serious safety implications..   (... read more)

Removing Specific Fears From the Brain

December 10, 2016  -Dr. Ben Seymour


We live in a time stress and uncertainty, and for some in the world, a lot of fear. For some this is very deep-seated and not easily remedied.

Now there is a new approach to removing fears based on recent research that comes from the University of Cambridge (London).   (... read more)

Dry Brushing

November 07, 2016  -Jessica Luibran


Dry brushing, or garshana, is the ancient Ayurvedic practice of brushing your skin in the morning in order to loosen impurities on the skin.

Dry brushing removes dead skin cells from the surface of the skin, and in doing so allows for better detoxification at the skins surface.   (... read more)

BioCBD+ and Psy-Tek Labs Team up to Assess the Effects of CBD (Cannabidiol)

September 01, 2016  -Jessica Luibran


Inflammation is well-known as the beginning of any degenerative disease due to it being the body’s first line of defense against infection. Medical Thermal Imaging is a highly preventive health assessment due to its capacity to see the first signs of inflammation throughout the body. Scanning for inflammation lends to finding disease-patterns early; this provides enough time for intervention and thus better chances of prevention.   (... read more)

Eliminate Brain Fog - Reclaim Your Focus, Memory and Joy

July 04, 2016  -Dr. Mike Dow


An epidemic is sweeping the country that is often called “ADHD,” “scatter brain,” or “brain fog.” Others say they “just don’t feel like themselves,” and haven’t for a long time. Dr. Mike Dow looks at why and says our brains are not getting the support they need to produce the essential brain chemicals that keep us energized, calm, focused, and inspired. In fact, if you look at the way that most of us live, it’s almost as though we had chosen a lifestyle deliberately intended to undermine our brain chemistry.

Fortunately, there is a solution,    (... read more)

Why is Hawaii Ground Zero in the Fight Against GE Crops?

Earth Talk  -E–The Environmental Magazine


Most of us think of beaches, surfing and luaus when we think of Hawaii. But the constantly warm and moist climate actually provides some of the most productive land in the world with a never-ending growing season. As a result, Hawaii has become a major player in commercial agriculture, and is frequently used to test new farming techniques. (... read more)

Diabetes Burnout: A New Approach

July 01, 2016  -Dr. Emma Mardlin


Diabetes Burnout can prove catastrophic for anyone with this condition if we’re not aware of it, and on it! Yet on the same token it’s one of the most natural occurrences when living 24/7 with diabetes.  Having encountered most challenges herself in living with T1 diabetes for over two decades, and working professionally in the field of mind-body medicine, in part of her new book, Mind Body Diabetes, (Findhorn Press, 2016), Dr Emma Mardlin talks about diabetes burnout and what we can do to successfully overcome it.   (... read more)


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