Category Archives: Womens Health

Natural Remedies for Hayfever

It’s Spring time and all those gorgeous blooms are coming out along with a high pollen count.

If you suffer from hayfever, you may like to try some of the following natural remedies for support.

  1. Vitamin C is great for stopping secondary infections and is also a natural antihistamine.

2. Homeopathic desensiting. Did you know that you can desensitise yourself to known allergens like grass and pollen, cat fur, dustmite etc through a homeopathic desenstitising treatment which involves taking oral drops of natural antihistamines and your allergens.

3) Garlic and horseradish are well known for their immune antihistamines properties. Tablets are readily available from your local chemist or health store.

4) Raw Local Honey contains bee pollen which may help you desentise to pollens in your area

5) Ginger: Consuming ginger in food,juices or tea may reduce inflammation and help your hayfever symptoms.

6) Eucalyptus or Lavender essential oil inhaled may assist the opening of your sinus passages and reduce inflammation and irritation.

7) Probiotics can help balance your gut bacteria which effects your immune response.

8) Kiwi Fruit contains bromelain which is a natural anti-inflammatory. Consuming them may help reduce sinus pressure and irritation.

This is a general advice only. For ongoing sinus, allergic issues, seek specific advice from your natural health care professional.

To learn more about homeopathic desensitising for your allergies, Contact Dragonfly Natural Therapies Centre for more information.

Flower essences for Sadness

Flower essences for Sadness

Did you know that there are many essences made from flowers which support our emotional and mental states? Flower essences are different from essential oils. They are not related to aromatherapy.

There is a flower for just about every thought and feeling you could have. When thoughts or feelings become very intense or consuming, it’s sometimes hard to find your natural balance.

Here’s 3 flower essences that support you when you feel sadness.

These 3 flower essences belong to the Bach flower remedies:

Gorse: When sadness is the dominant feeling and there’s no enthusiasm or motivation to do much else.

Mustard: When you find sadness an feelings of depression comes in waves and not quite sure of the reason.

Gentian: For those who feel sadness after disappointments or get easily discouraged by peoples words.

Flower essences are wonderful to support a persons health holistically in conjunction with other therapies to effect positive change. They are safe for children, pets and the elderly.

*This information is a guideline only. For complex mental and emotional health concerns, please seek the advice  and support of your trusted practitioners.

Bach flower remedies can be purchased from Dragonfly Natural Therapies Centre.

If you would like to know more about flower essence consultations and remedies contact  Dragonfly Natural Therapies.

Wattle – Australian Bush flower medicine

This Australian Bush Flower Essence is flowering at the moment and is indeed required by many of us right now.

This flowers medicine can be taken as a flower essence in oral drops and supports feelings of optimism, bringing people into the present and opening up to creating a positive future.

So if you are feeling down, stuck in the past and not aware of any good future this is the remedy for you.

Flower essences can be purchased through Dragonfly Natural Therapies Centre.

Spearmint – Tummy support

Spearmint oil is a milder essential oil than peppermint.

It is a great one for alleviating tummy troubles including bloating, nausea, cramping and IBS type symptoms.

It calms the nervous system so is useful for stress

Spearmint is also useful at PMT time to reduce pain, fatigue and cramping.

It’s also great at deterring insects when you are out and about.

Make up 1 drop of essential oil to 10ml of carrier oil and massage into abdomen in a clockwise direction.

This is general information. For more specific advice on essential oils, please consult your natural  health care practitioner.

*Spearmint should not be used if you have liver or kidney stones.

To learn more about using essential oils safely for your health, Sharon offers acute 20 min online consultations or if you want to experience a relaxing aromatherapy massage with Sharon using essential oils tailored specifically for you contact Dragonfly Natural Therapies to make an appointment.

Challenge from dragonfly- working from home

It’s super challenging to work from home somethimes when you are juggling the wearing of different hats in the same space.

Here’s a useful tool to help bring more ease to your day.

Challenge from Dragonfly- working from home

Here's a simple too to give you more ease when working from home.

Posted by Dragonfly Natural Therapies Centre on Monday, August 3, 2020

Colour Healing Mauve

Colour healing is beautiful and gentle way to create change in our bodies.

Today we explore the colour Mauve

Key points: Hearing, Intuition, Clearing of Judgement.

Exercise: Clear judgements from others with this healing Mauve exercise in the video below.

Colour healing Mauve Monday.

Posted by Dragonfly Natural Therapies Centre on Sunday, July 19, 2020

For more colour healing exercises and meditation exercises go here:

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Lavender benefits

Just wanted to say a little bit about the beautiful lavender plant and how amazing it is.

These gorgeous purple blooms have been growing since ancient times.

It’s uses were well known to the Romans and it remained part of our medicine culture throughout history. It was likely regularly used by our grandparents and great grandparents and still holds its place as one of the favourites in Aromatherapy today.

I’m going to talk a little bit about Lavandula Angustifolia which is English lavender and it’s therapeutic benefits.

Here’s a couple of things you might like to know about lavender essential oil.

1) Commonly known for its affect on stress and reducing problems with insomnia it is a lovely relaxant and great for anxiety as well too.

2) It is good for wound healing and can help speed up the healing process.

3) It’s also helpful with burns as well as being anti-bacterial.

4) It can be diluted to treat small cuts and insect bites.

5) Lavender is also useful for relaxing muscles and tension which includes tension headaches and migraine relief.

Nb: This is for guideline use only. Please consult your natural health practitioner for more information on your individual circumstances for example if you are pregnant or have low blood pressure lavender may be contraindicated for you.

Dragonfly Natural Therapies offers Aromatherapy massage as well as consultations tailored specifically to your individual health needs.