Forest Medicine & The Science Behind Shinrin-Yoku

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By Aylah Clark, ND Less than 0.01% of our species existence has been in our modern, urbanized surroundings. (1) Throughout the 99.99% of our species’ time before this urbanization, we had many more interactions with nature and subsequent adaptations of our immune system, genetic expression, microbiota ecosystem, and stress response. Our bodies respond to airborne plant compounds and work in symbiosis with microorganisms. Our … Read More

Quercetin & Nettle Pops to Support Allergy-Prone Kids (5 recipes)

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Quercetin Nettle Pops

We hope you enjoy these 5 recipes for frozen pops containing quercetin and nettle! This was a collaboration between Dr. Aylah Clark and Dr. Sally Machin. This article was written to inform. The article and its contents are not intended to treat, diagnose, prevent, or cure any disease. It’s that time of the year again when the antihistamine medications come … Read More