Nature is my medicine. Would you like to know why? Let me ask you, are you tired of feeling tired? Maybe you find yourself coming down with illness after illness, are sluggish and are generally walking around in a bit of a daze?
It doesn’t have to be this way. A few lifestyle changes can make a dramatic difference. The truth is, nature is a wonderful healer, and there are so many inexpensive and natural ways you can improve your life and feel so much happier and healthier. Here are a few ways you too can embrace the mantra “Nature is my medicine”.
Eat The Right Foods
By consuming the right foods, you nourish your body and provide it with all of the vitamins, minerals, and nutrients it needs to function and thrive. Since as humans we can’t produce these things ourselves they need to be obtained from the diet. Stop filling up on empty calories, and instead enjoy a rainbow of fresh produce. Fruits, vegetables, whole grains and protein in the form of legumes and lean meat and fish are all beneficial to the body and form the basis for “nature is my medicine”.
When you eat the right foods, it allows you to maintain a healthy body weight, prevent certain cancers and diseases and it boosts your immune system. It’s good for every cell and fiber of your body. So whether you want to help with an existing condition or protect against future illnesses, your diet is the perfect place to start.
Use Alternative Treatments
If you don’t like the idea of powerful drugs with side effects such as addiction that can cause more harm than good, there are plenty of alternative treatments out there. These can be especially good for dealing with pain without having to constantly up your dose of painkillers. Massage, aromatherapy, reflexology, and acupuncture are just a few examples that aid the mantra of “Nature is my medicine”.These are all scientifically proven to be effective and have been shown to be very beneficial for many people, so definitely something to consider.
These therapies help reduce inflammation in the body and help it to heal in a natural way. You could visit a facility such as the Happy Healthy Wellbeing Centre for natural treatments to your health issues. Or you could search for local salons and experts offering different treatments.
Use Herbs and Herbal Supplements
Herbs are powerful natural healers and are excellent for the body. You can use them in cooking, or take herbal supplements in capsule form. Turmeric, sage, garlic and licorice are just a few examples. Herbs like milk thistle are good for cleansing the liver, echinacea can help with colds and flu and ginseng can promote wellbeing. These are all things you can purchase from any health foods store, and are a safe, legal and effective way to improve your health. Drinking green and herbal teas are another way to get the goodness of these ingredients into your body. Green tea especially has been shown to promote feelings of calm and relaxation so perfect in today’s busy world. Plus it’s loaded with antioxidants too.
Do you make the most of nature’s healing powers? Have you adopted the mantra of “Nature is my medicine”? What are your experiences?