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May Days - When to book a Follow-Up Consultation


In North Carolina we've been experiencing the ups and downs of weather with fog, hail, rain, tornados and sunshine.  Needless to say, my favorite is the sunshine.  We have a gaggle of goslings that hatched last week and I'm enjoying my mornings on the porch watching them waddle past.  

What are you looking forward to this Summer?  We already have healthy popsicles and herbal iced tea going.  Two of our current recipes we'll include below for you to try your hand at making. 

This month I wanted to address when to book a Follow-Up Consultation appointment with me.  If you have already had an Initial Consultation appointment and have a sample envelope sent in, you can book a Follow-Up Consultation when recommended; if you are having any new issues, or if it's simply been a while and you want to get back on track.  

Follow-Up Consultations are used to make sure you are achieving your health and wellness goals.  It's a good time to check in and see if your recommended supplements are still working for you, or if you need to tweak them a bit.  If it's been over 6 weeks, I encourage you to book an appointment soon BOOK HERE

Others may only want to get an energy clearing/frequency broadcast and that's fine too.  These appointments are simply booked as Energy Clearing and I'll see if BioGenesis tools, Therapeutic Pendulums or Frequency Broadcasting is resonating with your envelope on file.  You simply pick a time and BOOK ENERGY CLEARING HERE

 Still others may be learning how to make new lifestyle choices.  For you, there is a simple 6-week online class you can take Be The Healer  that many have found to be both insightful and helpful in their wellness journey.  

Wherever you are in bringing health and wellness to yourself and your family I applaud your initiative.  It isn't easy staying healthy in today's world.  In fact, many feel it's too much work.  But I ask you, what's the alternative?  

Make this Summer the one where you really made the choice to get your health on track.  I'll help you the best way I can.  

Be well my friends. 

Sandra Stewart


Laura's Pineapple Popsicles:

This is another simple recipe we use in our house.  So far two batches have been made as the summer heat rises in North Carolina.  We did one as below and one with strawberries.  Both were delicious.

  • 1 cup of frozen organic Pineapple Chunks
  • 1/2 cup of unsweetened Coconut Milk
  • 1 Tablespoon of organic Vanilla Extract

Blend until thick and creamy then add to your popsicle mold.  Chill and enjoy.  


  • Organic Strawberry slices added AFTER you blend recipe above
  • Chopped Organic Mint leaves added AFTER you blend recipe above


Sandra's Calming Herbal Iced Tea:

This tea is simple and refreshing on a warm summer's day or evening.  You can make it by the glass or pitcher.

  • 3:1 Spearmint leaves to Lavender flowers
  • Steep for 20 min
  • Cool and enjoy over ice
  • Variations
    • 2 Spearmint leaves:1 Lemon Balm : 1 Lavender flowers
    • 2 Spearmint leaves: 1 Horsetail Tea :1 Lavender flowers

Lavender Lavandula angustifolia has been well studied in support of relaxation. Not only is it a beautiful flowering herb, but it has been long used medicinally for stress related headaches, nervousness, sleeplessness, depression and anxiety.  It adds a delicate flavor to food and beverages.  (Note: For Mother's Day we celebrated with Lavender Spelt Scones).   

Spearmint leaves Mentha spicata offer both a refreshing flavor and has been used for reducing stress, balancing female hormones and digestive support.  You commonly see this used in many cosmetics such as toothpaste or shampoos, snacks such as candies and gums and mouthwashes.  The flavor is pleasing and soothing.  

As you can see this combination is a perfect blend for the stressful time we are living in. I've included some variations for added benefits.  Horsetail tea adds on bone and kidney support.  Lemon Balm adds more nervous system support (and a nice lemony flavor).  I encourage you to try all of the combinations and let me know which you prefer.

Make a batch, sit on the porch and enjoy a bit of nature while sipping.  You may find it a nice balm to soothe the soul. 



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