We're all in this together. Below you will find resources to support your wellbeing during our global crisis. The world we once knew is gone. How we choose to navigate this time is critical in shifting our planet. What will our world look like when our global pandemic is over?
Below you will find practical, holistic support, guided meditations, videos and blogs that are apropos for this time, along with resources to keep you going.
BODY: HOLISTIC SUPPORT
Coronavirus Supplement Protocol
I've been doing research, collaborating with colleagues and talking to my teachers as to what is the best way to help support our body during this time.
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Immune Boosting Tips
FOOD Load up on food and spices with antiviral and immune-supportive properties, including raw garlic, coconut oil, oregano, ginger, kimchi, fermented foods, walnut, pomegranate, green tea, apple cider vinegar, and mushrooms (shiitake, reishi, cordyceps, and turkey tail)
Eat a colorful plate loaded with fruits and veggies to get a variety of antioxidants
VITALITY SMOOTHIE RECIPE Although it is recommended to avoid cold foods, I do feel this vitality smoothie is an exception to the rule. Here is the recipe
AVOID JUNK FOOD AND ALCOHOL.
MOVE. DANCE. BREATH. Get fresh air and moderate exercise daily. Moderate exercise can boost the production of macrophages, an important white blood cell/immune cell that assists with the breakdown of bacteria and viruses.
SKIN BRUSHING - AFTER your shower. EVERYDAY. Click here to learn how to skin brush properly. It is crucial to do this AFTER your shower to avoid putting viral particles into the air. I do this every day to maintain my immune system.
NASAL IRRIGATION with a neti pot or xylitol nasal spray 1-2x daily. Nasal irrigation may wash away viral particles before they can take hold. However, there is extra care in sterilizing your neti pot after each use. See this article that talks about nasal irrigation during the Coronavirus pandemic click here
POTENTIAL EXPOSURE If you feel you've been exposed. Inhale hot steam with oregano and thyme (fresh or dried) three to five times a day. Dump the water, clean the pot through the dishwasher. As an added measure you could wipe the surface of the pot down with rubbing alcohol.
HYDRATION Stay well hydrated- water, coconut water, herbal teas, and bone broth. A simple tea is lemon, ginger, and honey.
SLEEP Ensure you get adequate sleep-increasing sleep can increase white blood cell production, and loss of sleep, even just a few hours per night, can increase inflammation in the body and decrease immune response.
AVOID IBUPROPHEN click here for more info
Wear a mask, gloves, and goggles when going into public
Remember to sanitize
regularly handled items every time you use them
MIND and SPIRIT: EMOTIONAL SUPPORT RESOURCES
Check out these other videos and blogs that are already available to you to help get support.
Guided Meditation: Boost Your Immune System
THE LATEST BLOG
Coronavirus Cocoon: Pandemic with a Purpose
A surge of empowering energy ran through me when I realized the entire planet was going to be impacted by a virus. This is a pandemic with a purpose, I thought. To heal, clear, and reset our world back into balance.
I couldn’t help but have flashes of every lesson and hardship I have experienced in the last twenty-seven years with Lyme disease. I realized I had been groomed for this moment in history, right now. The all-too-familiar Healing Warrior has awakened in me. It is time to awaken the Healing Warrior in you, too.
Imagine being quarantined in your house for two years? That was the longest stent with my journey with Lyme disease before it was diagnosed. Two years. Socially isolated, unable to leave the house for days and weeks on end. Sound familiar?