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Naturopathic Cleanse Diet Portland Oregon

Join Us In March For a Group Cleanse!

It’s that time of year when so many of us are making resolutions to get into shape and eat a more nutritious whole foods diet. But where do we start and how can we be successful? Come join Dr. Marsha Hamilton and Dr. Stephanie Auerbach as they help guide participants through a 3 week cleanse! This program is designed to help decrease your toxic load, cleanse your liver, reduce food cravings and decrease inflammation throughout your entire… Read more.

Groupon-Vitamin-B12-Shots

Groupon Special – Vitamin B-12 Injections & Nutritional Counseling

Not only is it that time of year when most of us could use a boost to our immune system, but it’s also the time when so many of us are trying to get into shape and eat a more nutritious whole foods diet. But where do we start and how can we be successful? Visit Dr. Stephanie Auerbach, N.D. to take steps toward a healthier, energy-packed lifestyle. $89 ($270 value) for 3 Vitamin B-12… Read more.

Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine

Schedule Change for Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine

Dara Cantor is again offering clinic hours on Fridays for acupuncture and Chinese medicine. Acupuncture appointments are now available from 12 to 5 on Fridays, but will no longer be available on Thursdays. Schedule for Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine appointments: Monday – 9:30am-6pm Wednesday – 10am-7pm Friday – 12pm-5pm

Carrot Poultice

Sore Throat? Try a Carrot Poultice

A carrot poultice is a great way to soothe a sore throat and is easily prepared in your own kitchen.  Poultices are simply medicinal ingredients spread onto a cloth and applied to the body to help draw out toxins, soothe inflammation and help fight infections. Carrot poultices are particularly good for the throat and neck area to treat colds, and throat infections including strep throat, swollen lymph nodes and thyroiditis. They are simple, effective and… Read more.

Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year, and the Start of Spring

As we move into the month of February, Chinese New Year is around the corner, taking place on February 19th, 2015. In Chinese culture, each year is associated with one of the 12 Zodiac animals as well as an elemental energy (Fire, Earth, Metal, Wood, Water). 2015 is the year of the Yin Wood Sheep, and it follows the year of the Yang Wood Horse. Wood energy is all about upward and outward expansive growth, like… Read more.