Keep Cool This Summer

July 22, 2014 6:31 pm Published by




Iced Chrysanthemum Tea

Chrysanthemum is a delicious hot day drink. The flowers’ properties are slightly cold, sweet and bitter. It works with the Lung and Liver meridians and its actions are to expel wind heat, calm liver yang rising, clear liver heat and benefit the eyes.

To make the tea, poor hot water over one 1 tablespoon of herb. Let it steep over night, on the counter or in the fridge, and you’ll have a medicinal infusion ready for your the next day.


It can sometimes feel too hot and humid to get your exercise in, but keeping your heart pumping and muscles loose are important in all seasons!

Start off your session with a few rounds of sun salutation and then move into pigeon pose. Exhale and lean forward, leading with your heart and head toward the floor. Repeat, moving like a wave through your spine: Roll up on the inhale, and reverse as you release on the exhale. Do this 5 to 10 times, then rest your head on your thumbs or the backs of your hands.

Follow the link the this website to find more poses.

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