Monday, November 17, 2014

Dry Hands? This will help!

Location: 1553 Como Avenue, Saint Paul, MN 55108, USA
This fantastic hand & body lotion is great for all skin types (Vata, Pitta or Kapha). It leaves skin extraordinarily soft, smooth and hydrated.

*Forumulated from Auromere's popular Ayurvedic Massage oil, this lotion combines the deep-penetrating and nourishing properties of Sesame oil, the premiere Ayurvedic oil for skin care, along with the moisturizing, soothing and rejuvenative action of Almond oil and Castor oil

Infused with 13 skin-beneficial Ayurvedic herbs, oils and minerals according to traditional Ayurvedic methods to preserve long-term potency

*Full-body treatment: Gentle enough for delicate facial skin, yet effectively softens and soothes chapped hands and cracked heels as well.

Long lasting, yet leaves the skin soft, not oily.

*Delicate soothing fragrance occurs naturally from the herbal ingredients.

*Cruelty-free, Paraben-free, Gluten-free.

In-Stock now at Psinergy Natural Health & Holistic Wellness. Price: $ 7.95 / bottle.

Ingredients of Auromere Rejuvenating Hand & Body Lotion

Purified Water, Sesame oil, Herbal Extract Blend: Asparagus racemosus, Desmodium gangeticum, Uraria lagopoids, Round Zedory, Sweet Flag, Castor Oil Plant, Spreading Hogweed, Sandalwood Oil, Indian Valerian, Winter Cherry (Ashwagandha), Khus Khus Grass, Cardamom, Rock Salt, Almond Oil, Castor Oil, Isopropyl Palmitate, Stearic Acid (from plant), Sorbitol, Cetyl Alcohol, Phenoxyethanol, Potassium Sorbate.

Monday, November 3, 2014

Triphala Tea to Cleanse the Eyes, Mouth and Nose

A daily cleanse of our senses allows us to interact more rewardingly with our world and to make our awareness more clear and precise. There are many techniques to do this depending on which sense you want to cleanse. One way is simply decanting a Triphala tea.
  1. Before bed boil 16 ounces of water
  2. Place a teaspoon of powdered Triphala (or about 6 capsules) in a large glass
  3. Pour the boiled water in next to top off the glass
  4. Stir well
  5. Place a cover on the container
  6. Allow the infusion to be still and undisturbed until morning
  7. Soon after waking carefully decant the top third into eye cups
  8. Wash your eyes with this, adding rose hydrosol if you want
  9. Carefully decant the middle third into a neti pot (click here to learn more about neti pots and how to use them)
  10. Wash your nasal passages, sinuses and back of throat
  11. Swish and even rub the bottom third into your teeth, gums and tongue
  12. Swallow, sending the Triphala to purify your gastro-intestinal tract and enhance digestion
Psinergy Natural Health & Holistic Wellness is a retailer for Organic India products.

Friday, October 31, 2014

An Ayurvedic Guide to Healthy Elimination

 An Ayurvedic Guide to Healthy Elimination

Revolving Seated Pose Helps Support Healthy Elimination
Photo: Banyan Ambassador Pamela Quinn

Ok... Let’s be completely honest for a moment. Who among us has not suffered from constipation, diarrhea, or some other malady affecting the bowels? For many of us, these disturbances are somewhat routine occurrences. And yet, as a culture, we’re morbidly afraid to talk about them. Fortunately, Ayurveda has a lot to say about why these types of imbalances are so common, and what we can do to correct them. So, perhaps it’s time to cast aside any resistance, stigma, or embarrassment in order to offer our bodies some real support in the area of elimination. This resource explores Ayurveda’s perspective on this topic in some depth. If you were hoping to find a few quick recommendations for an acute case of constipation or diarrhea, click on the appropriate link for some suggestions. But if your symptoms recur frequently, consider returning here soon so that you can begin to explore and address the root cause of your imbalances. The truth is that, for all of us, our bowel habits and stools can teach us a great deal about what our bodies need in order to return to balance.

Ayurveda views elimination as an important indicator of overall health because healthy elimination generally points to strong agni (digestive fire), which is one of the cornerstones of well-being and longevity. Perhaps even more significantly, Ayurveda recognizes that the digestive tract is the very first place that imbalances arise in the body. This being the case, our stools tend to offer very early warning signs that something is amiss physiologically, even if the imbalance is fairly minor at first. If an emerging imbalance is not properly addressed, it will either take root in the digestive tract (as a more serious condition), or spread to other tissues and create disturbances there. If, on the other hand, we can learn to understand and respond to the early indications of discord, our bodies have a remarkable ability to self-correct and heal.
[Read full Article: An Ayurvedic Guide to Healthy Elimination]

Psinergy Natural Health & Holistic Wellness is a retailer for Banyan Botanical products.

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

We're Featured in the October Edition of Natural Awakenings Twin Cities!

Psinergy: Health for People and the Computers They Use

Six years ago, St. Paul-based Psinergy Natural Health and Holistic Wellness opened its doors. Wellness practitioner SchaOn Blodgett began his holistic health company by offering a variety of services and products for stress management, relaxation and general well-being. He was soon joined by his partner, technology expert André Thomas of Psinergy TechWarrior St. Paul, whose additional business resulted in their “dual-sided healing company” for both people and their computers.
“Originally, Psinergy was only meant to be a holistic health company, combining the knowledge from the ages through metaphysical and esoteric studies with new scientific advancements of today’s world,” explains Blodgett, who is also an instructor in holistic health studies at Normandale Community College. “Then we decided to have another branch to the company, providing computer repair services that focused on also educating the clients on their computers and what they can do to avoid issues in the future. This is similar to what we do on the holistic health side of the company in regards to a person’s health- empowering the individual.”

Monday, August 25, 2014

Monday, July 21, 2014

1st Friday Wellness Night @ Psinergy --- Donation Wellness Services

We invite you, the 1st Friday of each month, for a "Pay what you can"-styled Wellness Night from 7 PM to 9 PM. 
Services are offered on a First Come - First Served basis and availability of practitioners. No one will be turned away for an inability to pay money for services.
Standard Services offered:
• Reiki Healing Circle lead by Becca and Cindy 
• Esogetics Holistic Medicine (or) Access Bars services with SchaOn
• Guest Practitioner: Barbara Ford, Muscle Testing (Kinesiology) on Common Allergens and Metal Toxins (Barbara is here on odd numbered months)
• Guest Practitioner: Kris Scanlon, BodyTalk (or) Access Bars services (Kris is here on even numbered months) 

One thing that we do ask... Everything is an exchange of energy and if you found our services beneficial, please take 2 business cards for the practitioner you worked with and give them to friends, family or co-workers who can utilize their services. (this helps us to continue to provide these awesomely fantastic services)
*Note: Please limit yourself to receiving 1 service at the event/month to allow time for more people (allowing us to work work with 18 individuals combined for the night). We provide these services to help benefit those who cannot normally afford to pay full price for these invaluable services (there is no shame in that). Services are approximately 15 to 20 minutes in length, though, if we are running behind schedule, please keep in mind, we will also be giving you our undivided attention when it is your time.

Special Tuesday Tip for this Monday: Cilantro helps Beat the Heat

Tuesday Tip

Cilantro helps to Beat the Heat

The Heat index today for the Twin Cities is supposed to get to 105 degrees Fahrenheit - and super humid! Even for a hot summer fun loving person like myself... this will be a HOT one.

In past newsletters, I've talked about how Strawberries and Hibiscus are really good during times like this, which are great as a mid-day snack, though, what about Pitta (fire) reducing foods during meal time? Sadly, most herbs and spices are Pitta increasing, though not Cilantro! Cilantro is actually balancing for all three doshas.

Cilantro is a fantastic digestive herb, great for indigestion (it's also considered an antidote for spicy foods), skin rashes, farting, and is called for with all Pitta disorders, any form of burning, hay fever (hay fever = to much fire in the immune system), and helps to relieve internal heat and thirst. It helps to strengthen the blood, muscles and plasma, and great for the digestive, respiratory and urinary systems.

Recipe Idea: Cilantro Lime Chicken

4 or 5 Chicken Breasts
1 bundle of Cilantro, loosely chopped
1 whole lime (also Pitta reducing)
1 cup Sweet Peas (optional)
1/4 tsp Shatavari
Dash of Turmeric on each chicken breast
pinch of salt, pepper

Slice chicken into strips, add to a pan coated with some ghee (ghee is pitta reducing) or coconut oil (also pitta reducing), and add everything else - squeeze lime juice on the top, then cover. Cook on Medium Heat until chicken is done, stirring as needed. Add on top of a basic rice dish or Kitchari along with some Avocado (another great pitta reducer).

Don't feel like making a Cilantro Chicken yourself? Café 99 across the street has a fantastic Cilantro Chicken.

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on Bring-to-Us Windows or Mac Computer Repair services. May not be combined with other discounts. 10% off is for services only. Promo Code: “Overheated201407”. Expires 7/25/14.
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