Balance is what we
need to stay healthy—and
it's easy to lose.
our industrialized, technological society, we can lose our internal balance for
three reasons: nutritional deficiency, toxic overload, and stress. We eat the
same diet year-round, often with substantial amounts of refined, processed,
chemicalized foods that are devoid of life energy. We're exposed to
environmental pollutants and increasing amounts of electromagnetic radiation
that disturb the body's sensitive electrical
energy system. We're obliged by the fast pace of life to be always on the go,
with little time for repose. No wonder our balance becomes disrupted!
the body has nutritional deficiencies or is overloaded with toxins or is under
begins to break down. If even one system begins to break down, other systems
have to take up the slack. Then they, too, become stressed from overwork and
begin to break down. This is how health problems arise.
body was created with the ability to heal, but it needs the right elements to do
so. Herbs are concentrated whole foods that have the ability to fill in our
nutritional deficiencies, help us expel toxins, and restore our internal
balance. This allows the body to rebuild tissue and revitalize failing
functions. Herbs have affinities for particular organs and systems. They can
affect both an organ’s structure, tightening or relaxing tissue, and its
function, stimulating or slowing down metabolic processes.
from reputable companies are grown in better-quality soil, without chemicals.
They contain vitamins, minerals, amino acids, enzymes, and trace elements that
we need to maintain health and often cannot obtain even in the best of diets.
Because herbs are foods, the body assimilates their nutrients more readily than
it does with laboratory-produced supplements.
oils and flower remedies are other important herbal resources, particularly for