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Be Healthy. Be Happy. Be Whole. Be Free.
Be Healthy. Be Happy. Be Whole. Be Free.

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Bergamot Orange NOT Bergamot/Bee Balm. Discover Bergamot Orange (Fo Shou Gan) by visiting https://WhiteRabbitInstituteOfHealing.com/H…/Bergamot-Orange.

Bergamot Orange (Citrus aurantium, C. bergamia) is not to be confused with the often commonly called “bergamot” or bee balm (Monarda fistulosa). Bergamot Orange essential oil is especially good for treating stress, depression, and anxiety. Rubbed into the temples it can help treat headaches.

For more on Bergamot Orange (Fo Shou Gan), this week's new herb, visit https://WhiteRabbitInstituteOfHealing.com/H…/Bergamot-Orange. Sign up and get your FREE Healing Herb Fact Sheets! There's one for every herb on our site! Be Healthy. Be Happy. Be Whole. Be Free.
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Figs: Not Just a Laxative, Anticancer Too! Discover Fig (Wu Hua Guo) by visiting WhiteRabbitInstituteOfHealing.com/Herbs/Fig.

Famous for helping to prevent constipation, figs also contain certain compounds that are known to be toxic to human cancer cells, making figs a good anticancer food. They are rich in antioxidants helping to keep you healthy and slow the effects of aging. Fig leaves are also useful for treating diabetes, skin cancer, fighting wrinkles caused by aging, and lowering cholesterol.

For more on Fig (Wu Hua Guo), this week's new herb, visit WhiteRabbitInstituteOfHealing.com/Herbs/Fig. Sign up and get your FREE Healing Herb Fact Sheets! There's one for every herb on our site! Be Healthy. Be Happy. Be Whole. Be Free.
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A Special Herb for Halloween - Discover Witch Hazel (Chiu Lu Mei) by visiting WhiteRabbitInstituteOfHealing.com/Herbs/Witch-Hazel.

Witch hazel is an undergrowth tree that sends out long fingering branches that flower just around Halloween. It’s name is derived from an Old English word “wicke” meaning “lively” and another Anglo-Saxon word “wych” meaning “to bend,” a reference to the flexibility and the tree’s gnarled branches. The word “Wicca” and the word “witch” are also thought to be derived from these same names. These gnarled branches were used by local Native Americans to dowse for water. A technique they taught to early American settlers. A powerful healing plant, witch hazel extracts have been used to treat a wide variety of skin conditions from diaper rash, to varicose veins. It is recommended for postpartum healing, hemorrhoids, and diarrhea.

For more on Witch Hazel (Chiu Lu Mei), this week's new herb, visit WhiteRabbitInstituteOfHealing.com/Herbs/Witch-Hazel. Sign up and get your FREE Healing Herb Fact Sheets! There's one for every herb on our site! Be Healthy. Be Happy. Be Whole. Be Free.
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In case you missed it... We've changed our name!

East West Healing Academy is now... White Rabbit Institute of Healing™

As we searched for a symbol to represent our unique approach, the integration of knowledge and practices from traditions literally all over the world—east and west, ancient and cutting edge—we kept coming back to the rabbit, an enduring and ubiquitous symbol of exactly what we strive to embody.

Rabbits have long been a symbol of abundance, joy, health, shamanic journeys, longevity, rebirth, immortality, facing fears, science, the natural world, shape sifting, intuition, psyche abilities, spontaneity, stillness, fertility, the moon and so much more. White animals further embody purity, light, goodness, safety and illumination.

In short, the white rabbit is the perfect symbol for our institute. It represents health, abundance, joy, faith, new beginnings and protection.

Read more about the white rabbit and our name and logo, https://www.whiterabbitinstituteofhealing.com/about/white-rabbit-institute-of-healing.

We are now an institute because:

- An institute is an organization founded to promote a cause.
- An institute is for learning, especially for technical subjects.
- An institute has deep roots and is firmly established or fixed.
- An institute is an organization that begins or initiates and trains or instructs.
- An institute is a gathering place for a collection of principals.
- And finally, an institute is invested with the spiritual charge of benefice or the care of souls.

This is who we are.
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A Natural Anti-inflammatory. Discover Plantain (Che Qian Zi) by visiting WhiteRabbitInstituteOfHealing.com/Herbs/Plantain.

Plantain is an herb that has been supremely popular in Native American cultures, even though it originates from Europe and Asia. Brought to the Americas by early settlers as a food and medicine the Native American’s quickly realized the plant’s antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties making it useful for treating a wide variety of ailments and injuries. It’s leaves are edible and can also be used in a poultice to help soothe insect and snake bites. Reminder! The starchy, banana-like fruit that is also called ”plantain” is an entirely different plant!

For soooooo much more about Plantain (Che Qian Zi), this week's new herb, visit WhiteRabbitInstituteOfHealing.com/Herbs/Plantain. Sign up and get your FREE Herb Fact Sheets! One for every herb on our site! Be Healthy. Be Happy. Be Whole. Be Free.
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Long Life and Vitality.
Biota seed is used in Traditional Chinese Medicine to help calm the mind and open the heart. It is most often used to sedate and treat memory loss, night sweats, anxiety, constipation and irritability. In China, it is associated with long life and vitality. The wood is used in Buddhist temples both for construction work and as incense for burning during ceremonies.

For soooooo much more about Biota Seed (Bai Zi Ren), this week's new herb, visit EastWestHealingAcademy.com/Herbs/Biota-Seed. Sign up and get your FREE Herb Fact Sheets! One for every herb on our site! Be Healthy. Be Happy. Be Whole. Be Free.
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Need Your Spirit Lifted?
Sandalwood’s heartwood is considered scared in the Vedic and many other Great Traditions of the world. It is rubbed onto the body of the deceased to help carry the person’s soul into the next life. In this life, it is often used to focus the mind, lift the spirit and protect against negative energies. It is also used to treat urinary tract infections, colds, bronchitis and eczema and help heal wounds. In Ancient China, it was recommended to treat cholera because of its cooling and drying properties. Sandalwood is a unique herb able to treat and balance the body, mind and spirit.
For soooooo much more about Sandalwood (Tan Xiang), this week's new herb, visit EastWestHealingAcademy.com/Herbs/Sandalwood. Sign up and get your FREE Herb Fact Sheets! One for every herb on our site! Be Healthy. Be Happy. Be Whole. Be Free.
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The Best, Pure BITTER Tonic!

There are many varieties of gentian. In the west, the most commonly used species is yellow gentian. All known species of gentian are remarkably bitter, making them a valuable tonic herb used to aid digestion and detox the liver. It is considered one of the best herbs to strengthen the entire human system. It is easily used by those who are weakened by chronic illnesses or poor digestion. Gentian is also a popular ornamental garden flower, especially in rock gardens. The Chinese make use of two different species of gentian, Gentiana scabra (Long Dan Cao) and G. macrophylla (Qin Jiao), attributing them with slightly different characteristics. In the west, Yellow, Japanese, Autumn, Field, Marsh, Spring, Cross-Leaved and Five-Leaved gentian are all commonly used interchangeably as they all have similar characteristics.

For soooooo much more about Gentian (Long Dan Cao, Qin Jiao), this week's new herb, visit EastWestHealingAcademy.com/Herbs/Gentian. Sign up and get your FREE Herb Fact Sheets! One for every herb on our site! Be Healthy. Be Happy. Be Whole. Be Free.
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Not just for Babies.

Talcum powder is most famous today for treating diaper rash in babies. It is a soft, creamy, mineral that is cooling and often used to treat hot oozing skin conditions such as eczema, athlete’s foot as well as helping to heal wounds. The Chinese have a long history of using talcum powder to successfully treat stranguria (difficult, dribbling and painful urination) and watery diarrhea.

For soooooo much more about Talcum Powder (Hua Shi), this week's new herb, visit EastWestHealingAcademy.com/Herbs/Talcum-Powder. Sign up and get your FREE Herb Fact Sheets! One for every herb on our site! Be Healthy. Be Happy. Be Whole. Be Free.
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The Plant Source for Aspirin

Aspirin was developed in the 1800’s from the constituent salicin, found in the bark of white willow. Aspirin works more quickly than white willow, but white willow’s effects are believed to last longer. All willow trees have similar properties as aspirin due to the presence of this constituent. Ancient texts from Assyria, Sumer and Egypt mention willow bark as a remedy for aches and fever. The Pomo Indians of California boiled the inner bark and drank the resulting tea to promote sweating in cases of chills and fever.

For soooooo much more about Willow Tree (Liu Shu Pi), this week's new herb, visit EastWestHealingAcademy.com/Herbs/Willow-Tree. Sign up and get your FREE Herb Fact Sheets! One for every herb on our site! Be Healthy. Be Happy. Be Whole. Be Free.
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