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Southern Boheme is soaring to new heights with our new CreativiTEA feature that allows you to customize your tea blends with a variety of herbs and dried fruit. Read this article for more information and a limited promo code!

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Digestion

Every form of bodily dis-ease has three primary causes; poor lifestyle habits (body), lack of rest (mind), and stress (spirit). Dis-ease of the body is a multi-faceted problem that requires multi-faceted solutions, none of which can be given in a pill-white concoction. Dis-ease is totally curable with a natural and wholistic lifestyle. No digestive dis-ease needs the help of a doctor prescription. The steps below are your instructions for beginning self-healing. These facts also hold true for digestive problems, but having poor lifestyle habits trumps them all. Having a healthy diet of raw fruits and vegetables and a regular exercise routine can prevent and save a person from digestive disorders and many other forms of bodily dis-ease. If you or...

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Water Cures...Part II

Water Cures…Part II  This treatment is best for cold and flu-like dis-ease, inflammation, and anxiety. If you are experiencing any form of bodily dis-ease that weakens your overall independence you will require monitoring by myself or another practitioner. Regardless, you must follow these guidelines;   Cleanse. You and the bathtub should be clean before starting the bath. If you are unable to stand for a shower, take a shallow sponge bath and allow the attendant time to clean your tub. Always be sure to rinse with cool water unless you are menstruating. Atmosphere. Remove drafts from the room and maintain a room temperature of 70-80 degrees, keep low lighting, and only play soft relaxing music. Eat two hours prior to...

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Water Cures

Water Cures  (A Haiku) Water, our solvent, dissolves all impurities that lie within us.   For two years, I attended A. T. Walden Middle School, once located on Irwin St in the heart of Downtown Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward. This was a small school with no more than 300 students during the time I attended whose numbers decreased and deceased as an effect of gentrification. One of my fondest memories were of a school nurse whom no matter what you came into her office for, she’d tell you to drink some water and send you back to class. As students, we’d make jokes about this. Whether you had cramps, a stomach ache, the flu, or swollen ankles, she’d simply patch...

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