Queen of the Meadow – Clearing Kidney Pathways

Queen of the Meadow – Clearing Kidney Pathways

Apr 27, 2011

The urinary system is one of the main excretory and detoxification pathways, which work alongside the liver, bowels, lungs, lymph, and skin to help the body maintain homeostasis and a clean environment. Primarily concerned with filtering out excess fluid and toxic load, other aspects of its function include regulating the concentration of various electrolytes in...

A Big Hit at University of Bridgeport

A Big Hit at University of Bridgeport

Apr 23, 2011

On Wednesday, April 20th, Energetix participated in the Vendor Fair for students of the naturopathic medicine, chiropractic, acupuncture and nutrition at the University of Bridgeport in Connecticut. This is the first time that all four academic disciplines had held their vendors days together and the result was an excellent and productive day. We had opportunity...

Energetix is Looking for Guest Writers

Energetix is Looking for Guest Writers

Apr 22, 2011

Energetix is looking for enthusiastic and articulate practitioners to offer their insights on industry news and trends, individualized protocols, specialized techniques, practice tips and clinic successes. Do you have something helpful to share or some advice to give? Would you like to promote your thoughts and experiences to a broader audience? We’re looking...

Preventative Migraine Support with Feverfew

Preventative Migraine Support with Feverfew

Apr 19, 2011

For centuries, European folk healers have been using feverfew to treat many conditions including migraines and headaches, arthritis, fevers, muscle tension, and pain. Feverfew has also been used to lower blood pressure, lessen stomach irritation, stimulate appetite, and to help improve digestion and kidney function. Clinical studies have shown that the use of...

Botanical Support for Depression and Anxiety

Botanical Support for Depression and Anxiety

Apr 12, 2011

St. John’s Wort has been used for centuries to heal wounds and calm frayed nerves, but its popularity has increased over the past few years and has become well known as a mild antidepressant. It has become one of the leading herbal remedies in Germany, where it is widely used to help alleviate symptoms of depression. The active chemicals in St. John’s Wort...