Exploring Holistic Alternatives

Families practicing: Alternative & Natural Health; Attachment and Mindful Parent

Share resources and explore ideas regarding Holistic Alternatives. Seek information about local, holistic resources in Charlotte, NC.


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Allergies (seasonal)
Bee Stings
Blisters
Bruises
Bug Bites
Burns
Constipation
Cuts, Scrapes
Diarrhea
Eye Injury
Food Poisoning


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Recycling is bad?

Posted by Cara Yara on September 18, 2008 at 4:58pm — 4 Comments

Kale in english muffins, yay!

Posted by Cara Yara on October 5, 2008 at 10:00pm — 1 Comment

SHE'S HERE!!

Posted by Jenn on September 15, 2009 at 9:34am — 7 Comments

Children Call For Change

Posted by Donah Ollila on November 8, 2009 at 5:47pm — 1 Comment

Co-Creative Parenting

Posted by Donah Ollila on November 8, 2009 at 5:45pm — 1 Comment

Family Farm

Posted by Douglas M Robinson on May 26, 2010 at 3:48pm

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Our gatherings are for holistic families around the Charlotte region, to simply have fun, relax and share time with other holistic families - Families practicing: Alternative & Natural Health; Attachment and Mindful Parenting

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Disclaimer: This list shares personal experience and information only and should not be taken as medical advice. All opinions and information shared are the views of the individual member, and do not reflect the views or policy of the network owner or the group itself.


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There is already a "Homebirth" group forming. Additionally, folks can post links, discussion, make inquiries about different holistic options in the "Forum".

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There is a "Member Resource" forum for business contact information, advertisements, WAHMs, where to find holistic resources, recommended books, etc.

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Spider Bites

Home remedies for spider bites can help extract venom, reduce swelling, and ease pain and itching.Make a paste with charcoal and water. You can find charcoal capsules at health food stores. Empty the…Continue

Started by Pat in Holistic First Aid Jul 22, 2010.

Poison Ivy

We tried everything homeopathic and topical. Rhus Tox is indicated, I believe. We sprayed it on, pellets, too. Lidocaine spray helped but is very cold. My sister suggested Clearasil Plus, it dried…Continue

Started by Pat in Holistic First Aid Jul 22, 2010.

Nose Bleeds

How to Cure Nosebleeds with Natural TreatmentsSoak a small cotton ball in the apple cider vinegar and pack it lightly into the nostril.Squeeze nettle leaves, soak a cotton ball and pack lightly into…Continue

Started by Pat in Holistic First Aid Jul 22, 2010.

Motion Sickness

Ginger - Ginger (Zingiber officinale) is one of the more popular natural remedies for motion sickness. It has been used for centuries in cooking and medicinally.Acupressure - According to traditional…Continue

Started by Pat in Holistic First Aid Jul 22, 2010.

Jellyfish Stings

How to Cure Jellyfish Sting with Natural TreatmentsWash immediately with apple cider vinegar, DO NOT wash with water!Wash with vinegar immediately.To relief the pain from jellyfish stings and help…Continue

Started by Pat in Holistic First Aid Jul 22, 2010.

Heat Rash

Perspiration helps to regulate your body temperature by cooling you down as it evaporates through your skin. Donning tight-fitting clothes in fabrics such as nylon and…Continue

Started by Pat in Holistic First Aid Jul 22, 2010.

Heat Exhaustion

Heat exhaustion is caused by water depletion (dehydration), or in rare cases—rare because of Americans' typically high-salt diets—by salt depletion. (We lose salt along with our sweat.)Thirst is…Continue

Started by Pat in Holistic First Aid Jul 22, 2010.

Head Injury

Your active child may receive a good wallop on the head as she runs, climbs and plays, but as long she is up and running again after the injury, it is not likely that she has sustained serious…Continue

Started by Pat in Holistic First Aid Jul 22, 2010.

Poison Ivy 3 Replies

Does anyone have suggestions for relieving poison ivy itch?  I'm new to holistic treatments, and hubby has a small case of what he thinks is poison ivy or oak on face and hands.

Started by Pamela Fuller in Holistic First Aid. Last reply by Pat Jul 3, 2010.

Drinking Water Usage for Your Family

Can you spare a few moments to take my survey?Please take the survey titled "Drinking Water Usage". Your feedback is important!…Continue

Started by Benita Gibbs in General Chat Jun 28, 2010.

 
 
 

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