Resources

  • How IV Therapy can help your seasonal allergies

    How IV Therapy can help your seasonal allergies
    Spring is in full swing with trees blossoming, grass growing and the grounds thawing. But with this, allergies are also in full swing with constant sneezing, persistent watering eyes and sometimes even asthma flairs. 
  • Functional Lab Testing at Lemon Water Wellness

    Functional Lab Testing at Lemon Water Wellness

    Functional laboratory testing offers the opportunity to dig deeper and truly uncover the root cause of disease. Using functional testing allows us to identify imbalances, deficiencies and underlying physiological patterns for a more targeted and successful treatment approach.

  • Nebulizer Glutathione - Lungs & Respiratory

    Nebulizer Glutathione - Lungs & Respiratory

    Glutathione is often referred to as the “mother of all antioxidants”, serving as one of the main molecules to maintain health and prevent the development of chronic disease. It is produced naturally in the body as an assembly of 3 amino acids – glycine, cysteine and glutamine.

  • Osteopathy Tune-Ups: a key to healthy living

    Osteopathy Tune-Ups: a key to healthy living
    Holistic treatment such as osteopathy can be a key factor in maintaining general health and well-being, preventing injuries before they happen. 
  • Dodge Cold & Flu Season this Year with IV therapy

    Dodge Cold & Flu Season this Year with IV therapy
    We all know the small voice in our heads that screams “take cover!” when a co-worker comes to work sniffling or your child returns from school feverish.
  • Acupuncture and the small Intestine

    In the traditional chinese medical system, the small intestine is much more than just its physical traits. TCM pairs energetic meridians so that they form a complete circuit. The small intestine is paired with the heart meridian, Imbalances in the small intestine meridian can lead to problems such as abdominal pain, digestion issues and also appetite problems like overeating or poor appetite. The small intestine meridian starts at outer tip of the pinky finger and runs up the arm, over the scapula of the shoulder, up the neck and ends in front of the ear. The meridian pathway allows for it to be useful in treating not just intestinal and abdominal issues, but also things like earaches, TMJ, shoulder and neck pain.

    In TCM, the small intestine plays both a physical and a mental role. The mental role of the small intestine is to separate the clear thoughts from the turbid ones, This is another way the small intestine is connected to the heart in TCM. The heart in this system is in charge of all of our mental heath. Clear judgement depends on the ability of the small intestine to separate the pure from the impure. When there is dysfunction in the SI, there may also be dysfunction in the mind.