Leek

Leek

Leek has been used medicinally for many years due to its antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antifungal properties. The edible parts of the leek are the white bulb, light green stalk, and the dark green leaf – which is often discarded. The dark...
Radish

Radish

There are many varieties of radish such as: black, white (daikon), round radish, elongated French radish, horseradish and watermelon radish to name a few. Both the greens and the roots can be used in cooking and the roots have a slightly spicy flavour when eaten raw....
Chicken

Chicken

Chicken soup, chicken bone broth, chicken stew, chicken curry, chicken ‘salad’ – there are so many delicious ways to use chicken! Its selenium content can help support your immune system, which is particularly helpful if you have thyroid issues such as...
Celeriac

Celeriac

Celeriac is also known as celery root. The leaves, stalk and root are edible and are root is often used to flavour soup as it is stronger in flavour than celery stalk. Its antioxidant properties (high vitamin C content) can help protect cells,  including egg or sperm...
How Spring Can Alter Your Fertility Health

How Spring Can Alter Your Fertility Health

Spring Can Alter Your Fertility Health – here’s how! The Chinese calendar is one of the few in the world that still plots the calendar according to the seasonal changes. Each season brings with it a specific energy, climate, and environmental change, which all affect...
Is His Sperm Healthy Enough?

Is His Sperm Healthy Enough?

Transforming Sperm Health with Chinese Medicine When looking at options for improving sperm health there are currently few methods available in conventional medicine, and so most couples are directed to IVF. IVF cycles don’t focus on improving sperm health but instead...