Bamboo Extract for Flu Season

December is upon us, and that means that some of your family, friends, and coworkers are most likely walking around with "a bug." While it could be some form of influenza - or the effects of much activity, too many toxins, and not enough rest - now is a great time to support the immune system using natural methods. We like to use bamboo extract to help boost our resistance to common viruses that proliferate during the winter months. As they say, a good defense is the best offense. Bamboo is a plant high in anti-viral, anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, and germicidal properties. It's also high in vitamins, amino acids, and nutrients such as calcium, and silica. Bamboo is known to heal wounds

BrainTap for Holiday Ease

This month we're focusing on simple and effective ways to reduce the stress than can result from the hustle and bustle of life. And could there be a better time to relax and recharge than December, the season that always has so much to do, be, and have? Fortunately, there is help for the overtaxed mind, body, and spirit: BrainTap. Just a few 20-30 minute sessions in our office can have you ready to relax into the holidays. And as you begin to feel more calm and centered, you can branch out to explore the BrainTap library, which contains over 700 sessions! A few of these options include: Heart Healthy Lifestyles Alcohol-free Series Insomnia Solutions and Healthy Sleep Habits Smoking Cessation

Making Sense of Homeopathic Dilutions

This post is courtesy of our friends at Boiron, makers of top-notch homeopathic remedies of all sorts. if you've ever picked up a homeopathic remedy at our office or your local health food store, you may have noticed that each remedy has an "X" or "C" after it. And you may have wondered what that means! Below is a great explanation of these letters, and what they mean regarding the potency of your remedy. HOMEOPATHIC DILUTIONS What does the "C" listed after the active ingredient stand for? The most common type of dilutions is “C” dilutions (centesimal dilutions). The 1C is obtained by mixing 1 part of the Mother Tincture with 9 parts of ethanol in a new vial and then vigorously shaking the s

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Texas Biological Medicine, Inc. uses naturopathic* health care to offer a collaborative, empowering well-being experience. By honoring the connection of mind, body, and spirit, we seek to partner with our clients as they learn to support their own wholeness and health. We’ve been empowering clients to achieve wellness and balance, naturally, since 2015.

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