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Ready for Another Herbal Poll?

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March Herbal Poll

In Julius Caesar, the soothsayer warned the emperor to “beware the Ides of March.”  For those of us in the Midwest and other northern climates it’s not just March 15th we need to be aware of.

The month of “in like a lion, and out like a lamb” can bring anything from frigid temps and a foot of snow to damp, cold and wet weather.  And usually a combination of all the above.

It’s for this reason that protecting the immune system is particularly important this time of year.  And the best way to protect your self is to understand what parts of your body are directly related to the immune system, thereby making it m0re susceptible to colds, allergies and yes, even the flu.

So here’s this month’s question: Which of these body parts is NOT a major player in your Immune system health?

You’ll find this month’s poll on the lower right-hand side.  Test your knowledge.  I’ll provide the answer in a future blog post.  Stay well!


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Help Me Help You. Herbally.

I want to know what you’re thinking. Really. In order to better inform and serve you, it’s important to know what you think about herbalism, Traditional Chinese Medicine and other forms of natural and alternative health. I think of it as a win-win. You get to share your opinion and I get a better understanding of the information I need to share!For this reason, I’ve created “Mo’s Herbal Poll,” which makes its debut this month. You can find it conveniently enough along the right sidebar, or just use the working version embedded in this post. What’s really cool is you can view the results so you can gauge how your opinion of natural and alternative health aligns with the rest of the Natural Healing Omaha community.For the immediate future, I plan on changing questions every month. Keep checking back for new questions.And the best part about it is, there won’t be a test on it later!

So take the poll for a spin. Let me know what you think.

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