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FMTV - Q&A: Create Your Medicine Kit with Kimberly Andrews

Q&A: Create Your Medicine Kit with Kimberly Andrews

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Series: Heal Yourself Masterclass Live Q & A Calls | Episode: 4 | Runtime: 70m 31s | Release date: 2018

This segment features: Kimberly Andrews, Food Matters Health Practitioner.

Join Kimberly Andrews for the fourth live call in the Heal Yourself Masterclass. During this session, Kimberly will address questions surrounding module 4 of the program: Creating Your Own Home Medicine Kit.

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Angela Galvin | 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Could anyone tell me the ratio of rose water to honey to use for the dry eye drops?
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Malgorzata Burkhart | 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Do you know anything that can help with varicose veins ?
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Iris Aguanta | FMTV | 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Hi Malgorzata, we suggest supercharging your diet with anti-inflammatory foods. Some of the best anti-inflammatory foods for reducing the appearance of varicose veins include: 1. high fiber foods such as chia seeds and flaxseeds, vegetables, fresh fruit, and soaked/sprouted legumes and ancient grains 2. high antioxidant foods 3. natural diuretics such as parsley, basil, cilantro, asparagus, celery and cucumber. You might also want to check out this article here: https://goo.gl/cUUKCU. Lastly, we would also suggest seeking one-on-one support from a Health Practitioner as they will be able to provide advice with consideration to your specific circumstance. You can browse through our incredible hand-picked Practitioners, and book in for a consultation here: https://store.foodmatters.com/collections/health-practitioners. Hope this helps :) ~ Iris
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Clydella Huggins | 4 months ago
I have seen red, and white lavender. Why is the difference and which is best to use?
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