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Provides support for enzymatic processes and elimination of potentially harmful substances. It also compensates for nutrient deficiencies resulting from poor diet and maldigestion. NutriClear® Free protects against oxidative stress associated with detoxification and also supports tissue rebuilding. NutriClear® Free is free of all sweeteners, is gluten free, non-GMO, and vegetarian compatible.
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Two (2) level scoops mixed with twelve (12) ounces of cool water (or the healthy beverage of your choice).

Active Ingredients:
Ingredients: Organic pea protein, potassium citrate, calcium magnesium citrate, medium chain triglycerides, magnesium citrate malate, L-Glutamine, trimethylglycine, calcium ascorbate, zinc picolinate, N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine, natural mixed carotenoids, d-alpha-tocopheryl acetate, quercetin, natural mixed tocopherols, manganese gluconate, molybdenum aspartate, pyridoxal-5-phosphate, L-Glutathione, L-Threonine, L-Lysine HCl, niacinamide, copper gluconate, calcium pantothenate, selenium aspartate, cocarboxylase chloride, riboflavin-5-phosphate, chromium picolinate, potassium iodide, vitamin D3, biotin, 5-methyltetrahydrofolic acid glucosamine salt, calcium folinate, phytonadione, and methylcobalamin.

Other Ingredients:
Trimethylglycine, L-Glutathione, N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine, L-Glutamine, and Quercetin. This product is gluten and dairy free. This product is made from non-genetically modified, organic pea.

Step by Step Abyanga Self Massage

This practice will help to balance the air element.

  • Begin by running some hot water over the bottle to gently warm the oil, or use an oil warmer from Walgreens.
  • Pour a tablespoon of warm oil onto your scalp and vigorously work in the oil.
  • Using your fingertips, vigorously massage your head and scalp with small circular strokes, as if you are shampooing (or you can skip if you don’t want to wash your hair).
  • Move to your face and ears, massaging more gently.
  • Using an open hand to create friction, massage both the front and back of the neck.
  • Vigorously massage your arms, using a circular motion at the shoulders and elbows, and back-and-forth motions on the upper arms and forearms.
  • When massaging your chest and stomach, use a gentle circular motion and a straight up-and-down motion over the breastbone.
  • After applying a bit of oil to both hands, gently reach around to the back and spine and massage them as well as you can without straining.
  • Vigorously massage your legs as you did your arms, using circular motions at the ankles and knees, back-and-forth motions on the long parts.
  • After massaging your legs, spend extra time on your feet. Using the open part of your hand, massage vigorously back and forth over the soles of the feet.
  • Keeping a thin, almost imperceptible film of oil on the body is considered very beneficial for toning the skin and warming the muscles throughout the day.

Monthly Health Focus

search-1Each new month generates an opportunity to clear and integrate the karmic lessons associated with the numerology of that month.

We are constantly cycling through energetic patterns, which pressurizes our system to clear blockages so we can manifest greater Potential.

Time allows us to either: repeat what has been (old patterns that typically don’t serve you), or to manifest Potential (new patterns that serve you).

Here is the focus for each month:

1. January:  Allow for greater Creativity
2.  February:  Be Strategic
3.  March:  Be Happy
4.  April:  Be Centered
5.  May:  Live in Balance
6.  June:  Be Intuitive
7.  July:  Contain your energy and projection
8.  August: Live with  Courage
9.  September: Be Calm
10.  October: Turn on your Radiance
11.  November: Connect to Infinity
12. (1+2=3) December: Be Happy

Healing Baths

This bath opens pores, removes toxins, and helps to eliminate pain.

Stir 1 cup of Epsom salt with 2 tablespoons of ginger in a cup of water first, then add to the bath.
Do not remain in the tub for more than 30 minutes.

This bath counteracts the effects of radiation, whether from X-rays, cancer treatment radiation, fallout from the atmosphere, the sun, or television radiation.

1 cup baking soda
1 to 2 cups ordinary coarse salt (or Epsom salt or sea salt)
Dissolve in a tub of water and soak for 20 minutes

This bath helps with dry skin and stress.

Fill bathtub with warm water and add:
1 cup of Epsom salts,
1 cup of sea salt (from the health food store),
1 cup of sesame oil
soak for 20 minutes

This bath is used when the body is too acidic. Some have found this to help with excess uric acid in the body and especially for the joints, arthritis, bursitis, tendonitis, and gout.

Fill bathtub with warm water and add:
1 cup to 2 quarts of 100% apple cider vinegar
Soak 40 to 45 minutes.


EFT Tapping Procedure—using the 3 aspects of the mind (negative, positive, neutral)

Try this for 7 days and let us know how awesome it is….

Define what you want, and set your intention. For example: “I want to reduce my stress response, so I can be creative and notice solutions.”

1) Identify the most pressing issue in your body. Maybe it’s a pain, or stress, or an emotional issue. Then, find the location in your body where you hold this.

2) Give it a “stressor” number—10 being strongest / 1 being weakest.

3) Come up with a specific phrase or word to identify your issue.

Example: You are tapping for anxiety around money, and you feel it in your stomach.

Tapping process (change the phrases to fit your reality):

  1. (Neutral) Tap the side of your hands together like a karate chop or the Har Prosperity Meditation and say the following sentence three times: “Even though I feel this anxiety about money in my stomach, I deeply and completely love and accept myself.”
  2. (Negative) Tap the insides of the eyebrows and say, “This anxiety about money in my stomach, is depressing me, it’s scary, it’s ____, and ____ .” (whatever you are feeling, say it and tap)
  3. (Negative) Tap the outsides of the eye and say, “All this anxiety, the money is never enough, my experiences tell me I’m not enough, ____, ____ .” (whatever you are feeling, say it and tap)
  4. (Negative) Tap under the eyes: “All this anxiety in my body, I feel stuck, I sabotage myself, I observe all my negative experiences and feelings about money.”
  5. (Negative) Tap under the nose, “All the stress and anxiety, I feel scared, I feel alone…” (whatever you are feeling, say it and tap)
  6. (Positive) Tap under the mouth, “It’s time to let it go and create a breakthrough. I am totally open to all the creative ways money will show up for me.”
  7. (Positive) Tap the kidney points, “I choose to let it go. It’s fun to see who and what will show up to help me manifest more money. I make it easy for people to help me. I change my vibration about money now. Everything I need I am attracting to myself.”
  8. (Positive) Tap under arm points, “Letting it all go, it’s safe to let go and feel that I am an empowered, generous, co-creator. I choose to align with success. There are wonderful things already happening for me. All that has happened and will happen in my life, happens for me.”
  9. (Positive) Tap the top of head point, “Releasing, letting go, I’m open to the universe providing the answers. I say “YES” to money. All my needs and desires are met before I even ask. I have total trust in the universe and know that I am loved.”
  10. (Neutral) Karate chop the sides of the hands, “I deeply and completely love and accept myself, as co-creator. In deep gratitude, I choose to align with my purest potential.”
  11. Take 3 Sitali Pranayam breaths, and let it all go.
  12. Check in again on the issue. Did it shift, did something else come up? If so, work with that new issue. Repeat the process using the words ‘even though I still have some anxiety’ – this is to note that the issue is shifting in its intensity.
  13. Keep repeating until the issue no longer carries a charge for you.

Anger Release Process

Have the following ready before you start:  Timer, pen, paper, pillow, inspirational book, and time to do this alone.

1)  Set the intention that you are doing this process to get “beyond” your anger and see what is underneath it.
2) Set timer for 5 minutes, put the pillow in front of you and start beating it for the whole 5 minutes keep going…yell, cry, pound away, keep going, do not stop.
3) Write! Follow your stream of thought—whatever came up during the pounding—write it all down until your experience is expressed on paper.
4) Take a reading from the inspirational book and receive insight.
5) Write again, as you integrate the process, and keep writing until you feel complete.

How to take your homeopathic remedy

  • WHEN: Take the remedy 30 minutes away from having had anything in your mouth, before and after taking remedy.
  • QUANTITY: Put about 5 pellets in the cap of the remedy bottle and put the pellets directly into your mouth.
  • AVOID: while you are taking this remedy:
    • CoffeeStrong smelling
    • Strong smelling perfumes
    • Mint toothpaste
    • Do not place remedy near a strong magnet

Homeopathy is the second most widely used system of medicine in the world. Its growth in popularity in the United States has been around 25 -50% a year throughout the last decade. This success is fueled by several factors:

  • Homeopathy is extremely effective. When the correct remedy is taken, results can be rapid, complete and permanent.
  • Homeopathy is completely safe. Even babies and pregnant women can use Homeopathy without the danger of side effects.
  • Homeopathic remedies can be taken alongside other medication, without producing unwanted side effects.
  • Homeopathy is natural—normally based on natural ingredients.
  • Homeopathy works in harmony with your immune system, unlike some conventional medicines which suppress the immune system. For example, cough medicines suppress the cough reflex, which is your body’s instinctual and effective way to clear the lungs.
  • Homeopathic remedies are not addictive. Once relief is felt, you should stop taking them. If no relief is felt, you are probably taking the wrong homeopathic remedy.
  • Homeopathy is holistic. It treats all symptoms as one, which in practical terms means that it addresses the cause, not the symptoms. This often means that symptoms tackled with Homeopathy do not recur.

Why Dr. Guruchander S. Khalsa developed the Neckbloc—an ancient solution for neck pain relief…


As a practicing chiropractor since 1982, I’ve treated hundreds of patients with hyperflexion/hypertension neck injuries, or whiplash-traumas which often result in loss of cervical curvature.

  1. While I’ve normally been able to provide these patients with the ongoing adjustments that alleviate their pain over time, I’ve rarely, if ever seen a return of cervical curve. As you know, this condition can result in a continuing degenerative process. Short of trying to minimize these patients’ pain for the rest of their lives, what was I to do? The solution didn’t come from a present-day technique, but rather one that was thousands of years old.
  2. Ancient Technique Produces Modern-Day Healing
    Some time ago, one of my patients showed me a crude device that was a copy of an ancient Egyptian artifact. I thought the device had potential and decided to experiment with developing updated prototypes. The result was the NeckBloc.
  3. My next goal was to test the product on some of my most chronic sufferers. Working with a number of patients over a six-month period, I instructed them to lie face-up on the NeckBloc, three times per day, for five minute intervals. Having experimented with this regimen myself, I advised them to expect some minor discomfort but, I believed the end results would be well worth the effort. I told them that if they experienced any numbness, tingling, headaches or pain, they were to immediately stop using the product and consult with me.
  4. Beyond the expected minor discomfort, none of my patients experienced any adverse symptoms. In fact, in a short time, some of patient’s pain decreased markedly and for some there was a total absence of pain.
  5. Tests Show Many Benefits
    Upon comparing before and after X-rays over the six month test period, I couldn’t have been more excited. The combination of regular chiropractic adjustments and daily use of the NeckBloc produced one or more of the following results in patients who adhered to the program:
  • Significant restoration of cervical curvature
  • Improved cervical spine function
  • Significant pain reduction
  • Partial correction of narrowed nerve passages
  1. Since my patients have achieved these highly positive results, I predict similar success for you, if you are willing to follow the same regular program of daily NeckBloc use.
  2. Directions For Use of the NeckBloc
  • Place the NeckBloc on a solid surface, such as a wooden or tile floor, not a bed
  • Make sure that the yoke is securely positioned in the base
  • Lie down and place the NeckBloc as close to your shoulders as possible, extend the arch of your neck past the block, making your head tilt back
  • How you position yourself will depend upon the length of your neck. For people with necks that are short, place a pillow underneath the middle of the back, then place the NeckBloc in the appropriate position. For a longer neck, you may need to place a book under the NeckBloc to raise its height, ensuring that the head does not touch the ground
  • Allow head and neck muscles to relax by doing deep breathing and focus on relaxing the neck area which makes contact with the NeckBloc
  • Repeat this process three times each day, every 6 to 8 hours, from thirty seconds to five minutes per session. If you have a job that requires looking down (jeweler, architect, etc), then you need to take two five minute sessions extra after every 2.5 hours of work
    If numbness or tingling occurs, this may be a medical symptom which needs attention. Discontinue use of the NeckBloc until you have consulted with your Physician.
  2. Some discomfort while using this product is normal because the ligament tissue needs to stretch. If the discomfort becomes severe, however, this may indicate more serious problems. Discontinue use of NeckBloc until you have consulted with your Physician.
  3. This product is helping to correct a major problem in your neck, be patient and keep up with the process.
  4. Children under 18 years, adults over 70 years of age or anyone who has suffered severe neck injuries need to use this product under the supervision of their Physician.Focus on NeckBloc Use as Exercise
    I noticed that when my patients thought of NeckBloc therapy as exercise, such focusing became an important factor in their successful healing. Like running or aerobics there may be a certain amount of discomfort experienced when you first start, but it is in the persistence of regular exercise that gains are found. You may want to start using the NeckBloc slowly as first, perhaps two minutes twice a day. With continued use you should experience short term benefits of pain reduction, as you continue you will make long term benefits that prevent many degenerative conditions later on.Best wishes for your continued health,
    Dr. Guruchander S. Khalsa DC
    Co-Owner Chiro-Yog Inc.

    Protocol for NutriClear
    Dietary Guidelines_copy


    Rate each of the following symptoms based upon your health profile for the past 30 days.

    Point Scale
    0 NEVER OR ALMOST NEVER have symptom
    1 OCCASIONALLY have it, effect is NOT SEVERE
    2 OCCASIONALLY have it, effect is SEVERE
    3 FREQUENTLY have it, effect is NOT SEVERE
    4 FREQUENTLY have it, effect is SEVERE


    On Consciously Becoming a Vegetarian
    Vegetarian diet is strongly recommended for yoga practitioners, due to the effect of meat on the body, emotions, and psyche, as well as ethical considerations. As students of yoga, although we are given reasons why becoming a vegetarian is a good idea, we are not necessarily taught how to become a vegetarian in a balanced way, while considering yogic ethical principles and our own individual constitution. There is also often little consideration given to the cultural traditions each individual yogi brings to this lifestyle. In most cultures, food is an important aspect of identity, harmony, tradition, family bonding, and happiness. As yogis, we need to be aware and be honest with ourselves as to how giving up certain foods might affect us physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. Also, there are skills needed in becoming a healthy vegetarian. For some, transitioning to vegetarianism may require learning a whole new way of cooking—for ourselves and our families.

    One question every yogi asks at some point is: “should I become a vegetarian?” Another question may be: “should I become a vegetarian all at once, or should it be a more gradual process?”
    Answering these questions may involve a process of study and personal reflection.

    In Indian culture, ancient scriptures do not prohibit meat, but prescribe which meats are most appropriate for which people (Ballentine, 1978). Ayurveda looks at the effects of all foods, including meat. It may be useful to consider one’s ayurvedic constitution when thinking about a vegetarian diet. In his book, Ayurvedic Healing, Dr. David Frawley includes dietary guidelines for balancing the doshas Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. Although he promotes a vegetarian diet as part of a yogic lifestyle, Dr. Frawley states “Vata types can most honestly claim to need meat int their diet,” whereas Pitta and Kapha types “do not need to eat meat.” According to Frawley, with all doshas, if meat is eaten, it is recommended fish, chicken, turkey–rather than red meat–be taken. Perhaps, then, one way to transition to a vegetarian diet gradually and consciously would be to first give up red meat, and slowly eliminate other meats if and when one felt ready and able to so. This would be done mindfully, with an awareness of one’s individual constitutional type.

    As yogis, we follow the Yamas and Niyamas as the basis for our choices in life. Ahimsa (nonviolence) is one of the five Yamas (principle of social behavior). Nonviolence (towards animals) is often a reason given for being a vegetarian. In addition to non-harming of animals, we might also want to consider ahimsa with respect to ourselves or our loved ones. For example, a predominantly Vata type constitution might have a tendency to become extremely ungrounded on a vegetarian diet if they do not know how to use other means to pacify high Vata. Another example is someone who gives up all meat, but eats too many breads and sweets for quick energy because they don’t have the time or the skills to cook nutritious vegetarian meals. Another example is when a person’s dietary restrictions inflict harm on their relationships because their dietary changes are not undertaken in a conscious, considerate way.

    Another important Yama is Satya (truthfulness). It is important to be honest with oneself. This means to practice yoga with genuineness and authenticity, rather than to blindly do what we are told. Yoga teaches us true knowledge is what is experienced first-hand. Yogic disciplines allow for different paths. An individual would be hard pressed to live in the world while practicing every aspect of this vast discipline. As yogis, we need to be true to ourselves and practice yoga in a way that works for us in our life.

    An important Niyama (principle of personal behavior) is svadhyaya (self-study). This Niyama means continually being aware of the subtle changes taking place within our own psyche. This is what lets us know what changes we need to consider making. We must approach ourselves gently but firmly. As yogis, we are on a path to become more conscious and aware, to become more aligned with our best selves. If we become aware of a behavior which is not in line with what we know to be true, we must strive to make changes. This includes pay attention to our diet. In doing so, however, let us not forget, the Niyama, santosha (contentment). Eating is one of the universal pleasures of life. No matter what diet we choose to follow or are striving to follow, let us not forget to enjoy the act of sharing a delicious meal with our communities and families.

    Rudolph Ballentine, M.D (1978). Diet and Nutrition: A Holistic Approach. Honesdale: Himalayan Institute
    David Frawley, O.M.D (1989). Ayurvedic Healing: A Comprehensive Guide. Salt Lake City: Passage PressLena Bennet, MSW, E-RYT has been a yoga student since 1989 and a hatha yoga teacher since 2002. This month, Lena completed Kundalini Yoga training at Yoga Santa Fe while at the same time completing a Master’s degree in Clinical Social Work at New Mexico Highlands University.