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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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11 Reasons we Love Tea!!

"Tea Love: A Haiku" My favorite drink. Not much more satisfies me. Here's why I love Tea; 1. Teas and tisanes (tea accompanied by herbs and roots) promote overall health and longevity and are used by many people as an anti-bacterial agent. In history, they have been used as medicine to treat numerous forms of dis-ease. Similarly, tonics (roots/herb blends steeped for several days) are consumed daily for preventative healthcare, are naturally antibiotic, antiviral, and/or antiseptic, and possess a long shelf life. 2. Energy- Caffeine levels in tea are released gradually throughout the day for sustained energy; unlike coffee which gives a quick burst of energy that makes you crash midway through the day. 3. Digestion- Essential Oils and polyphenols in...

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Letter From the Owner

Greetings! My name is Mollie Beavers and I am the Founder/CEO of Southern Bohème, a wholistic lifestyle brand specializing in everyday solutions for everyday health. These solutions include teas, tisanes, tonics, and topicals made from 100% organic tea leaves, herbs, and dried fruits. We know that we can each heal our mind, body, and spirits by using the Earth's fruits. No way can I write this without expressing pure outrage. The introduction of pharmaceuticals, household cleaning products, conveniently fast meals, and ever increasing mortality rates tells me that our "Western" civilization is not as progressive as it may seem.Food deserts and food swamps plague low-income communities across the country and organic food options are scarce and overpriced. With local farmer's markets being virtually...

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