White Rabbit Institute of Healing™
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(Formerly known as East West Healing Academy.)
A series of focused and inspirational health journeys packed with useful information. Each course integrates science, herbs and a wide variety of energetic healing approaches including Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Ancient, Shamanic and Traditional healing perspectives. Check out our new Health Break!
NEW COURSE, Health Break!
Take a Health Break with us! Join us for our new online course… Health Break: Detox, Strengthen & Cleanse NOW is the time to start taking care of YOURSELF! We’ve made it EASY and SAFE! Have FUN learning about detoxing, strengthening and cleansing your body’s liver, blood, and digestive systems. Includes 40+ recipes.
Bergamot Orange (Citrus aurantium, C. bergamia) is not to be confused with the often commonly called “bergamot” or bee balm (Monarda fistulosa). Bergamot Orange essential oil is especially good for treating stress, depression, and anxiety. Rubbed into the temples it...read more
Each week our members can participate in a survey. Here’s what we asked this week… Which of the following statements about the constituent thymol, found in bergamot/bee balm, is incorrect? A. Thymol is extracted from Thymus vulgaris (common thyme) and is...read more
Edible and medicinal bergamot, also known as bee balm, is often used to treat skin eruptions, mouth infections, sore throats and gastric disorders. Bergamot, or bee balm (Monarda didyma), is not the source of what is commonly called Bergamot (Citrus bergamia) which is...read more
Each week our members can participate in a survey. Here’s what we asked this week… Which of the following statements about piperine, a key constituent in pepper, is FALSE? A. Piperine increases the bioavailability of important dietary compounds. (15%) B....read more
Black, green and white peppercorns are actually all the same fruit (Piper nigrum). The difference in names is derived from the different stages of development and processing methods. Pink peppercorns (Schinus molle) are an entirely different plant. Black pepper is the...read more
Each week our members can participate in a survey. Here’s what we asked this week… Why do figs help prevent hypertension? A. Because they contain vitamin K. (34%) B. Because they contain iron. (2%) C. Because they contain copper. (0%) D. Because they...read more