Ghee is clarified butter. With a long history of use in Southeast Asia for both culinary and medicinal purposes, ghee is a preferred choice to other partially hydrogenated oils and has been prescribed for digestive issues, ulcers, and more. It is said to help improve absorption and assimilation, lubricate connective tissues, and even help improve memory and aid in the vitality of the body. Plus – ghee has a rich, nutty flavor and better nutritional profile compared to butter.
Learn how you can prepare your own ghee at home with the following recipe.
Dr. Priya Walia was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest.
She completed her undergraduate studies in Human Biology and Health Psychology from Bastyr University where she further understood the mind-body-spirit connection. Her thirst for holistic healing and health promotion led her to naturopathy, where she attained her accredited doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University.
Neck pain is a common complaint among the population in the US, from young children to older adults. This ailment can cause significant disability and routine visits to health care professionals, at extensive cost and reduction in overall well-being. The longer a person suffers with this type of pain, the more chronic it becomes, so early intervention is key in reducing or completely eliminating painful symptoms. One type of alternative treatment that is becoming more popular is prolotherapy for neck pain in Arlington.
Studies show that traditional methods of treatment do have some efficacy in the short term.