February 17, 2014

You are the Garden

Posted in brisbane, health, life tagged , , , , , , at 9:55 pm by Margi Macdonald

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Just like us, when our gardens are stressed from poor nutrition, dehydration or damp sogginess, over-crowding or temperature extremes, invading bugs will come and take over, creating an acute health problem.

Did you know that in Traditional Chinese Medicine, we see the mind-body-spirit as a landscape or garden?

Our job is to help you become your own gardener and show you how to cultivate great health and vitality.

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Cautions and Care If you’re unwell, or worried about your health, please make an appointment to see a health professional. The information on these pages is not a substitute for the care and attention of appropriately qualified practitioners.

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February 14, 2014

Valentine’s Day in the Garden

Posted in brisbane, life, love tagged , , , , , at 6:42 pm by Margi Macdonald

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… nature has a sense of humour

August 28, 2013

What does “spring” mean to you?

Posted in brisbane, health, life tagged , , , , , , , , at 8:45 pm by Margi Macdonald

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What does spring time mean to you?

Newness and all that’s fresh and enlivening?

Quiet times in nature, or pottering in the garden?

Cooking up a storm with abundant fresh produce?

The torments of hay fever or asthma? (and yes, acupuncture and herbal medicine may help with either of these conditions)

Feel free to share the best and worst of your spring time experiences with us.

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Cautions & Care: This post and the pages here are for your information, and are not a substitute for the medicines, care and attention of appropriately qualified health professionals.

Image: ©Margi Macdonald

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