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Interview With a Formula: Kang Ning Wan (Curing Pills)

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Interview With a Formula: Kang Ning Wan (Curing Pills)

Digestive Complaints Curing Pills are designed to aid in cases of digestive upset.  Digestive complaints can arise from external pathogens like illness or food poisoning.  They can also come from our lifestyle, and the last few years have been challenging for that.  Many people have changed their eating routines, gotten more takeout, done more stress eating, and changed their exercise regimens.  All of these changes can challenge our digestive process. A Wide Net Kang Ning Wan is formulated to address most causes of digestive distress.  It contains a wide variety of herb categories so it can help with loose stool, constipation,...

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Curing Pills for Pets

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Curing Pills for Pets

Can Animals Take Herbs? Many vets recommend Yunnan Baiyao, but what about other herbal formulas? Herbs are naturally occurring substances, often food grade plants.  They tend to be on the safe side, especially when taken for indicated issues.  Many animals can tolerate many of these herbs, just as they could easily eat a piece of broccoli off of your plate and be fine.  However, there are some substances that are toxic to animals, and allergies are always possible.   It's best to consult your vet, or to seek one that has specific training in natural remedies.  It is also good to...

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Happy Chinese New Year Sales

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Happy Chinese New Year Sales

Happy Year of the Water Tiger!  The five elements in Chinese medicinal theory are water, wood, fire, earth, and metal.  These elements are thought to flow through nature and each other, the seasons, and our bodies.  Water causes the wood to grow, wood can be burned to make fire, the ash from the fire generates earth, and the earth compresses into metal (minerals).  Water flows deeply in the bedrock, rich with minerals, to begin the cycle again.   A Water Year Water is the element of winter, and quiet stillness.  Water can be inspiring to meditate or relax next to, the...

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How to Be a Better Pet Owner

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How to Be a Better Pet Owner

This January we are focusing on pet focused self-improvement.  As we close out the month, you may not still be making resolutions, but it's always a good idea to know how to take care of pets. You're in Charge An animal might let you know what their wants are, but it is up to you to research the breed and consult with your vet to know what their needs are.  Most dogs would prefer to tell you how much they want to eat, and where they want to walk.  But ultimately you know best.  You know how much food keeps...

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Pet Pawsitive New Year's Resolutions Part 3

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Pet Pawsitive New Year's Resolutions Part 3

That's right, we are bringing even more ideas to keep you and your pet happy and healthy in the New Year! Start a Savings Account It's always good to have some backup funds, why not have another account for emergency pet needs?  If you're worried about being able to afford routine or emergency pet care, putting aside a few dollars every month is a great way to give yourself peace of mind. Pet Insurance also exists, and can help pay for your pet's care.  A savings account is another way to do that kind of thing if you trust yourself...

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