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KUSMI TEA – PARIS


If you are looking for a green tea that will offer the benefits of detox while you are enjoying then look no further than Kusmi Detox.

Today, most of us are focused on renewed health and vitality. There’s no better way to improve the body than by treating it to a high-quality detox tea and it tastes great.

The combination of Maté and green tea virtues — diuretic and stimulating properties, richness in antioxidant — makes Kusmi Detox the perfect companion for slimming and detoxifying diets. Known for its tonic properties, mate does not have the side effects generated by caffeine.

Tea has always been recognized as an important part of a healthy diet, especially the green varieties which contain important antioxidants. As a result, Kusmi Teas of Paris—a brand known for its traditional Russian style teas for the last 140 years—introduced a Detox Tea to their product line. Kusmi’s master blenders have chosen premium green tea leaves and lemon grass in order to make a delicious beverage that purifies, rejuvenates and slims the body. Packaged beautifully in classic tins and available in muslin tea bags, Kusmi Detox Tea is a great way to invigorate yourself—especially on those cold and dark winter days!

Anca de Cercel N.D.
Institut ANCA
514-996-9471
Institutanca.net/institutanca.com

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Posted by on July 25, 2013 in Holistic Therapies

 

CHARDON MARIE et ses Bénéfices pour la Santé Digestive et Traitement Adjuvante des Maladies du Foie !


Usage reconnu contre la dyspepsie[modifier]

La Commission E et l’Organisation mondiale de la santé (OMS) reconnaissent l’usage des graines de chardon-Marie pour ce type de malaises digestifs. Le concept de dyspepsie, largement reconnu par la médecine européenne, ne signifie rien pour la médecine nord-américaine moderne. Il s’agit d’un ensemble complexe de symptômes digestifs plus ou moins directement liés à des troubles fonctionnels (c’est-à-dire sans lésion organique) du système hépato-biliaire. Jusqu’à récemment, à l’instar des herboristes, les médecins de formation classique soignaient généralement la dyspepsie à l’aide de substances amères, comme celles qu’on retrouve dans le chardon-Marie. En Europe, cette plante fait partie de plusieurs préparations pharmaceutiques destinées au traitement de divers troubles dyspepsiques d’origine hépatique et biliaire.

Usage reconnu contre les maladies du foie[modifier]

La Commission E a approuvé, en 1989 l’usage de l’extrait normalisé à 70 % de silymarine pour traiter les intoxications hépatiques et, comme adjuvant, l’hépatite et la cirrhose du foie. En 2002, L’OMS reconnaissait sensiblement les mêmes usages.

Les Européens considèrent généralement que la silymarine que renferme le chardon-Marie est l’une des substances hépatoprotectrices les plus puissantes. Même en médecine classique, on s’en sert pour la prévention et le traitement de divers troubles liés au foie : hépatite, cirrhose, calculs biliaires, ictère (jaunisse) et dommages hépatotoxiques. De l’avis des cliniciens qui s’en servent dans leur pratique, la silymarine peut régénérer les tissus abîmés du foie en plus de protéger cet organe contre les effets des toxines naturelles (champignons, morsures de serpents, piqûres d’insectes, alcool, etc.) ou synthétiques (solvants, produits de nettoyage, médicaments, etc.). La silybine semble efficace dans le cas d’intoxication par de l’amanite phalloïde1,2,3.

Anca de Cercel N.D.Institut ANCA
514-996-9471
Institutanca.net/institutanca.com

 
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Posted by on July 25, 2013 in Holistic Therapies

 

AROMATHERAPY THERAPEUTIC HOLISTIC MASSAGES , USES and BENEFITS !!


Aromatherapy is the use of oils from herbs and other aromatic plants to achieve relaxation or relief from a disorder. Depending upon the plant, the aromatic, or essential, oil is extracted from the leaves, flowers, roots, seeds, fruit, bark, or resin and then diluted with water or an unscented oil such as jojoba. These solutions may be massaged into skin, inhaled from steam, added to bath water, or used in a compress.

Origins

Aromatic plants, usually applied externally, have been used in many folk remedies since ancient times. Familiar examples include vaporized eucalyptus oil to ease nasal congestion and juniper liniment for the relief of muscle aches. Modern aromatherapy was born in the 1920s, when a French chemist, Dr. Rene Maurice Gattefosse, burned his hand while working in a perfume laboratory. He plunged the injured hand into a container of lavender oil and was amazed by its speedy healing with minimal scarring. He then began to research the healing properties of other aromatic oils.

Practitioners

Aromatherapy is used by trained therapists who often practice other alternative therapies such as massage. Some of the methods can be self taught and used at home.

When It Is Used

Practitioners treat a range of medical and emotional problems, including headaches, premenstrual tension, muscle pain, skin disorders, fatigue, insomnia, and stress.

How It Works

There are two basic mechanisms involved the sense of smell and the absorptive quality of skin. Practitioners contend that inhalation of a certain scent prompts the brain to release neurochemicals that counter stress and fatigue. They also believe that some oils exert a medicinal effect when absorbed by the skin. Medical benefits of aromatherapy have not been proven, however, and doctors generally discount any therapeutic benefits other than a placebo effect and relaxation.

What To Expect

Aromatherapists combine massage and the use of aromatic oils. A session varies according to the problem being treated. The entire body is massaged to relieve stress and general itchiness. A facial massage is used to treat headaches and sinus congestion, whereas the back may be massaged to alleviate backache or menstrual cramps. In addition to massage, an aromatherapist may recommend soaking in a tub of warm water containing a few drops of one or more aromatic oils. Depending upon the oils used, this may induce drowsiness or provide an invigorating lift.

Anca de Cercel N.D.Institut ANCA
514-996-9471
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Posted by on July 5, 2013 in Holistic Therapies

 

The WOMEN’S GOLD – BURKINA FASO SHEA BUTTER !!!


Burkina Faso one of the most poor country in the world it’s the Producer of the Best Quality of SHEA BUTTER … Called

Shea butter: The “THE WOMENS GOLD ” of Burkina Faso
Shea nuts are known in the local Dioula language as karite (life). They grow mostly in the wild with little need for any special cultivation. The shea nut tree grows in abundance and is one of the few renewable resources in the semi-arid Sahel region of West Africa. It is found in a belt about 300 kilometres wide extending from Mali through Burkina Faso to Ghana, Togo and Benin. This ‘shea belt’ is the only place in the world where the tree grows. The largest concentration is found in Burkina Faso, across more than 80 per cent of the country. The shea tree has a very long lifespan of up to 200 years. It produces fruit after its fifteenth year, but does not reach full production until it is 25 years old. The shea tree has many uses: the bark is used as an ingredient in many traditional medicines against childhood ailments and in the treatment of minor scrapes and cuts. The shell serves as a mosquito repellent – vital in a region where malaria kills thousands of people a year. The shea tree also helps prevent wind erosion and adds organic matter back to the soil. The nuts are processed to obtain shea butter, which is used as cooking oil, for making soap, as medicine, and in cosmetics. In many western countries shea butter is highly prized for its superb healing and moisturising properties and is widely used in creams, sunscreen lotions and conditioners and in the treatment of burns and muscle pain. It is also used in chocolate manufacturing, since it complements cocoa very well, and is processed into baking fat, margarine, and cocoa butter substitutes.
Traditionally, shea nut harvesting and processing are rural women’s work. The women would individually collect the nuts of the wild-growing shea tree and convert them to shea butter in a very labour-intensive process. Only small quantities of shea nuts were processed into butter, however. The women would grind the nuts by hand, press them – often walking several miles to a press in another village and back to carry out this stage of the process – and boil and filter the oil. The process it’s hard and very laborious and the profit so .. Little !!!

Why Not to Offer to yourself what’s the Purest and the Best For Your Skin in stead to Go and Buy Industrial Transformed products claiming Having Shea Butter !?!? And Why to not give by your purchase a Little Money to this Women in stead of Buying L’Oreal , Lancôme as this companies are Already Rich !!!???

Anca de Cercel N.D.
Institut ANCA
514-996-9471
Institutanca.net/institutanca.com

 
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Posted by on July 4, 2013 in Holistic Therapies

 

Social Media as a SHARING and CONNECTIVITY in multiple ways !!! BE SOCIAL … Share it !!!!


The Means , Ways of Social Media New Requirements of a Social Behavior Complexity and the Mutual Connectivity in a New Social Era in order to establish Harmonious Relationships in All Life and Society Departments ! It’s in Our Duty to Follow up the Up Dates according to A Need of Surviving to all New Society Rules in Transparency and By a Social Implication , in Solidarity and with a More Altruistic Behavior !! We all Interconnected and Dependents on Each Other !! Nothing Can Be Accomplished by Me , Myself and I in an Era when ALL PARTICIPATION it’s a Need , a Social Obligation and Not only when its about touching a PERSONAL ISSUE or One Interest !!!! A LARGE VIEW of ALL SOCIETY events it’s Today and a MORAL Obligation of any Citizen , of Any Country !!!

Anca de Cercel N.D.
Institut ANCA
514-996-9471
Institutanca.net/institutanca.com

 
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Posted by on July 3, 2013 in Holistic Therapies

 

Aromatherapy Perfumes !!!


All Natural Pure Rose Oil / Rose and Jasmine Oil / Jasmine Oil / Lily Oil ~ Absolute Perfume Oil ~ No Additives, Alcohol, Fillers or Chemicals ~ Aromatherapy Essential Oils ~ Pure and Organic Perfume

* Use as a natural perfume.
* Add a few drops to moisturizing creams daily for face and body.
* Add a few drops to pure bottled water and use as a daily facial toner and astringent. * Use a few drops in bath water for a luxurious beauty treatment. * Excellent for meditation and massage therapy ~ calming and soothing. * NOTE ~ For External Use Only.

Anca de Cercel N.D.
Institut ANCA
514-996-9471
Institutanca.net/institutanca.com

 
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Posted by on July 3, 2013 in Holistic Therapies

 

Try GINGER .. Before any medication !!


Anca de Cercel N.D.
Institut ANCA
514-996-9471
Institutanca.net/institutanca.com

 
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Posted by on July 2, 2013 in Holistic Therapies

 
 
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