Category Archives: Natural Healing

Journey to Better Health Bundle from Ultimate Bundles

By now, you probably realize I’m all about natural health options and I would be remiss if I didn’t share the Journey to Better Health Bundle from Ultimate Bundles before the sale ends. It includes some of my favorite resources, like Herbal Academy. It has about everything a woman needs in every stage of life, from aromatherapy for postpartum care to handling hormones in menopause. There are stress relief coloring sheets, habit planners, meal prep guides and so much more! Go ahead and take a look!

Introducing the Journey to Better Health Bundle by Ultimate Bundles – your ultimate companion on the path to a healthier and happier you! This incredible bundle is packed with a treasure trove of eCourses, eBooks, printables, and more, all carefully curated and created by experts with a rich variety of credentials.

With the Journey to Better Health Bundle, you can finally take control of your well-being and level up your health, one key area at a time. This powerful, flexible, and fun resource will equip you with the knowledge and tools to transform your life for the better.

Inside this amazing bundle, you’ll discover straightforward ways to address some of the most common health concerns. Say goodbye to stubborn pounds with expert guidance on weight loss strategies. Take charge of your hormones and restore balance in your body. Experience less stress and cultivate a sense of calm that will permeate every aspect of your life. Prime your body for a longer, healthier life by implementing proven longevity practices. Manage auto-immune diseases with targeted approaches tailored to your unique needs. Improve your fitness and stamina with expert-led workout routines and techniques. And finally, give your body the nutrients it craves with a wealth of resources on healthy eating.

The Journey to Better Health Bundle includes an impressive collection of resources to support your health journey. You’ll gain access to 11 eBooks and guides, covering a wide range of topics such as Handling Hormones, Less Stress, More Calm, Let’s Cook!, Let’s Get Movin’!, Living Your Healthiest Life, Lose That Weight, Natural Remedies Made Easy, Planning For Success, and You Are What You Eat. These valuable resources will empower you with the knowledge and insights needed to make informed choices about your health.

Additionally, the bundle offers 15 printables, planners, and workbooks, providing you with practical tools to track your progress, set goals, and stay motivated along the way. You’ll also have access to 17 eCourses and videos, allowing you to learn from experts at your own pace and convenience. To top it all off, the Journey to Better Health Bundle includes 3 summits and workshops as well as 2 membership sites, giving you exclusive access to even more in-depth knowledge and a supportive community of like-minded individuals.

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Natural Healing — Mango

Photo credit: Alejandro Bayer Tamayo

Believe it or not, the mango (Mangifera indica) is not indigenous to Mexico. Rather it originated in India more than 4,000 years ago. Mangoes were directly introduced to Mexico from the Philippines by the Spanish during the 16th century; however, cultivation did not begin in Mexico until the late 18th/early 19th century.

The Ataulfo mango is a hybrid first cultivated in Soconusco, Chiapas. It was named for Ataulfo Morales Gordillo, the owner of the area where the hybrid was first studied and thought to have developed. In 2003, this variety was declared of Mexican origin with La Declaratoria de Protección a la Denominación de Origen del Mango. It is believed to be a descendant of mangoes introduced from the Philippines before 1779 via the Manila-Acapulco galleon trade route. The Ataulfo mango is oblong-shaped with golden yellow skin that is not fibrous. The pit is thinner than other mango varieties, and they weigh between 6 and 10 ounces. 

Traditionally, an infusion from mango leaves is prescribed in Mexico for diabetes. It is prepared with eight fresh leaves in 1 liter of water, boiled for 5 minutes, and drunk lukewarm. A stronger infusion is made for anxiety. For high blood pressure, the infusion is made with two partially dried leaves soaked in a liter of water for an hour. Drink 2 cups a day for three consecutive days. 

An infusion of mango flowers is recommended for bronchitis and respiratory infections. Mango pulp is suggested as a skin treatment. Just put the fruit pulp on your skin for 10 minutes before washing off. Ripe mangoes milk is considered an essential element in the diets of those wishing to gain weight. The sap is rubbed on heels to help heal cracked and dry skin.

The stem, bark, leaves, roots, flowers, peel, and fruit have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and anti-tumor properties. These same components are immune-modulatory, anti-diabetic, antiviral, antifungal, antibacterial, and antiparasitic. The leaves demonstrate anti-diarrheal, anti-obesity, lipid-lowering, hepatoprotective, neuroprotective, and anti-cancer effects. 

Mango juice has shown to be useful in preventing and treating upper-respiratory and gastrointestinal tract infections. Mangoes contain vitamins A, C, D, fiber, and amino acids. It is considered a cancer-preventive food source. The peel and pulp of the Ataulfo mango is a carbon and energy source for intestinal microbiota leading to better digestion.  

The compound mangiferin in mangoes has wound-healing capabilities and an antinociceptive effect that reduces inflammatory pain. 

There are allergies to be aware of. Mangoes are related to cashews and pistachios, and those that have a nut allergy may also be sensitive to mangoes. The oil found in mango leaves, stems, and sap can cause dermatitis and anaphylaxis, especially in those allergic to poison ivy, oak, or sumac. 

Mango Leaf for Anxiety

*12 mango leaves (Mangifera indica)

Bring ½ liter of water to a boil with the leaves. Once it boils, remove from heat and allow to steep until room temperature. Strain and serve with miel (honey) if desired.


Interested in natural remedies? Uncover herbal remedies from traditional Mexican sources for healing and wellness in the Exploring Traditional Herbal Remedies in Mexico series.


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Exploring Traditional Herbal Remedies in Mexico Volume 4: Discovering the Healing Power of Native Blossoming Plants

Volume 4 of the Exploring Traditional Herbal Remedies in Mexico series is now available on Amazon!

Are you ready to discover the incredible healing power of Mexican blossoming plants? Volume 4 of the Exploring Traditional Herbal Remedies in Mexico series explores over 50 different varieties and their unique medicinal properties.

From the breathtaking beauty of some of these plants to the less attractive yet equally powerful, gain valuable insights into the traditional uses and modern applications. Whether you are a professional in the field of herbal medicine or simply curious about the power of these plants, this volume has something to offer.

Unlock the healing power of blossoming plants and take control of your health and well-being. Don’t miss out on Volume 4 of the Exploring Traditional Herbal Remedies in Mexico series. Order your copy today and discover the incredible healing properties of these plants.

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