Tag: Alternative & Integrative Therapies

6 Ways to Boost Your Immune System—Naturally

The immune system is having a moment—which makes sense, given the proliferation of antibiotic-resistant superbugs and the high-stress, low-sleep, on-the-go world we find ourselves living in. While purported one-and-done miracle cures abound, we at NAB think that taking a holistic, multi-pronged approach to rebooting your immune system is a more sustainable way to affect long-term …continue

Recipe Monday: Sacred Medicine Cupboard’s Potassium Broth

Guest Post: Practical Potions with Sacred Medicine Cupboard By Jessica Booth and Jessica Smithson Oh, it’s that time of year again… when the sniffles, coughs, and general winter ailments begin. Everyone is a little run down, their shine slightly dull, thanks in part to the change of seasons, the busy Autumnal schedules of school and …continue

The Yin and Yang of Lyme Disease and Climate Change

Our usual Western view of the world teaches us separation. Medically, we’re taught to believe that each organ is separate from the others and that the physical, mental, and emotional aspects of our lives are distinct. We’re also encouraged to see ourselves as separate from the people and the world around us. The long history …continue

New Release: Embodied Being by Jeffrey Maitland

A certified Advanced Rolfer (one of seven in the world), Jeffrey Maitland, PhD, has more than thirty years of experience in manual therapy on which to base his latest book, Embodied Being: The Philosophical Roots of Manual Therapy. In it, he sets out to determine what makes a truly life-altering bodywork session. In addition to drawing upon his many years …continue

Letter from the Publisher: Cannabis at the Crossroads

Hello friends, It is extraordinary how quickly things can shift in our culture, exemplified by the recent activity around cannabis. According to Gallup, individuals in favor of the legalization of cannabis moved from 36 percent in 2005 to 58 percent in the recent polls. We’ve seen this shift at the voting booth as twenty-three states …continue