Stress Stress surrounds us. With the holidays fast descending, we’d like to believe that the next few months will be filled with festivities, family, and fun. But with the added burden of travel plans, last-minute shopping trips, and an abundance of decadent desserts at our disposal, who’s really taking the time to listen to his/her body?
The pelvis is critical to the body’s structure and locomotion, providing both the rigidity and flexibility essential to the human form. As bipeds, the majority of our movements are anchored and supported in the pelvis; from walking, running, sitting, turning and reclining, to the more complicated feats of strength and flexibility required of the modern athlete.
Science has historically ignored the importance of fascia. This semi-transparent film of connective tissue surrounds and permeates all organs, muscles, bones, vessels, and nerves. While it keeps them separated, it is more than just a protective wrapper--it's a continuous, complex system that provides structural support and serves as a linking mechanism for different parts.
Hidden in the labyrinth of honeycombs are some of Nature’s most powerful healing tonics. From the propolis harvested by ancient Greeks to treat lesions, to the honey used in Ayurveda to relieve poor digestion, the health buzz around the bee hive is growing louder than ever as science unravels its mysteries.
What is bee brood? What is Apilarnil? Do we eat bees? Yes. Can you picture a skewer full of bees on a barbecue? :) No, not like that. Though, some natives in Africa do this. Bee brood is like “bee children”.