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This is a word we stand behind. We want you to feel confident in the choices you make for your well being. Your body is literally made of powerful electrical currents. You have power within you. It’s time to tap into that power.

Key # 1

Read, read, read

Picking up books that expand the conversation beyond the conventional health advice is a great first step to taking the reigns of your health journey. Books like A Mind of your Own by Dr. Kelly Brogan and Move your DNA by Katy Bowman are great examples of shifting the conversation into trusting the very nature of your body and its inner workings. The information is out there, you just have to search for it and take it in.

Key # 2

Ask Questions

No one has more knowledge or authority of your body than you. It is easy to see that we have fallen back into a pattern of not questioning doctors but the reality is that they don’t know you and they are vulnerable to human error. Ask questions, get second opinions, be your best informed advocate. This applies to any steps for you health. The burden and responsibility falls on you.

Key # 3

Implement small and consistent changes

When you are looking for a change of direction or answers to health ailments, it is easy to get caught up and want to put all the new information to use. Take your time. Start with easy things like changing your bedtime, adjusting how much time you spend on devices, drinking more water or adding more fruit and vegetables to your daily life. When you are ready to implement changes to your medicine cabinet, start small. You can begin by choosing to use homeopathic remedies or one of our CBD products to replace ibuprofen or tylenol. As you move through your wellness journey, you will become more attuned with your body and it will become easier to discern what works and what doesn’t.

You have to claim yourself and what you want for your life.

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