Reiki Touch As A Cancer Treatment Complementary Therapy

Breast Cancer Authority

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By: Diana Ross, E-RYT500 founder of Breast Cancer Yoga.

Both powerful and gentle, Reiki has aided in the healing of many illnesses, including headaches, colds, insomnia, fatigue, heart disease, broken bones and cancer. It has been shown to relieve pain, assist the body in clearing toxins from chemotherapy and radiation treatments. After even one Reiki treatment patients have expressed an increase in feeling wellness and in a quicker recovery from injuries, surgery or trauma.

What is Reiki?

Reiki is a Japanese touch therapy and relaxation technique and one of the fastest growing forms of Energy Medicine. It is a complementary therapy option that promotes relaxation, decreases anxiety and discomfort. Used as an effective healing touch therapy for stress reduction and pain control. It assists patients both when in the hospital, and during their continued recovery after leaving the hospital.

It is at its simplest…

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30 Ways to Use Coconut Oil

This is a great article!

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If you know me personally or through following my blog, you know that I LOVE coconut oil! I go through jars and jars of the wonderfully versatile substance made from the goodness of a tropical seed that we mostly think of as a fruit.

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Coconut oil is the first thing I put in my mouth in the morning (read my post on oil pulling), it goes on my skin as a moisturizer (and even can be used as a sunscreen), it is added in most of my desserts, and I use it to cook with as it doesn’t go rancid at high temperatures like most oils.

I even used it over the weekend to condition my daughter’s hair that is getting dried out from the hot florida sun and swimming pool.

Coconuts can alkalize your body by increasing your pH and also have natural electrolytes, so drink coconut water instead…

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Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, Cinnamon Oatmeal Raisin, and Hot Fudge Brownie Cookie Bars

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Yum!  Wholesome Cookie Bars, Energy Bars, or Larabars, whatever you want to call them, made from simple natural ingredients.  These bars are quick to make and you can come up with dozens of different flavors with just a few basic ingredients.  Pick a nut, pick a fruit, add a little spice and there you have it, snacks you feel good about eating and giving to your children (and spouse).

I whipped up a pan of bars in no time and even made three different flavors.  My favorite is the cinnamon oatmeal raisin, which was a little surprising because I LOVE chocolate.  My daughter’s favorite was the Hot Fudge Brownie…although she also liked to eat off all the chocolate chips from the chocolate chip cookie dough bars 🙂

Walnuts, cashews, almonds, pecans or maybe even a combination.  Start with a raw nut (or two) and then pick an unsweetened fruit like dates…

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