Color is not just a visual experience; it is a psychological and cultural phenomenon that profoundly impacts our lives in many ways. One color that has captivated human attention across time and geography is green—a color that embodies the complexity of nature, emotions, and human experiences.
On the 4th of February was the official beginning of spring according to the Chinese lunisolar calendar. Though we are in the middle of the Israeli “winter,” we can truly feel a change of energy inside and around us. In Chinese Medicine each season has its own unique set of qualities, interacting with one another on
Back pain, and especially lower back pain is a common chronic issue in our modern industrialized society. More than 80% of the western population will experience back pain in their life time. 50% of them will have more than one episode within a year. This is today a major health problem globally and its functional
Ghee, also known as clarified butter, has been a part of Indian cooking for centuries. Indians traditional Ayurvedic medicine, one of the oldest medical systems in the world, claims many medical uses for Ghee. In recent years, ghee has gained a lot of attention globally as a superfood packed with nutrients, especially hyped by the
Though it doesn’t really feel like that, but temperatures are lowering, the nights are getting cooler and the first rain is already far behind us. The ancient Chinese believed that human beings should live in harmony with the seasons and nature. They got up at sunrise, ate what grew in each season and lived with