YEW-360 WHOLISTIC HEALTH & WELLNESS
” Where Mind, Body, & Spirit Comes Full Circle “
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( 202 ) 469 – 0264
Introduction To Yew-360
Yew-360 Wholistic Health & Wellness, LLC is a small company offering all-natural and wholistic services & products (wholistic meaning supportive of the body, mind, spirit, and environment). Our name and logo symbolize the emphasis on balancing one’s self, not just in one aspect, but all around, just like the 360 degrees in a circle. Our company focus is to promote total healing for our collective communities via information, motivation, and progressive action through all avenues of nature that nourish us as a whole.
YEW-360 WHOLISTIC HEALTH & WELLNESS
We are currently located in the Washington, D.C. metro area, where we offer our wellness services and a variety of interactive and informative workshops, both locally and abroad. We are available for personal & family health consultations, wellness assessments, private or group healing sessions, educational presentations, and special events!
Yew-360 Wholistic Health &
We manufacture and distribute our own line of wellness products, and we also distribute for other natural & wholistic companies who offer top quality products and share our philosophy of health & healing. We specialize in medicinal herbs and nutritional food-supplements, but we also offer external health & beauty products, and physical & downloadable educational media. We are extremely focused on the quality and the integrity of our line, which is completely composed of wild-harvested
and/or organically grown plant-based ingredients. Our products are all guaranteed to contain no fillers, no synthetic chemicals, and nothing from an animal source.
This herbal blend is formulated to support the health of the hair, skin, and nails. The herbs contained in this formula are used to promote hair and nail growth and strength, and are known for improving blood flow to the scalp and extremities, for providing nutrients that enrich the hair, skin, and nails, for easing stress, and for giving the skin a healthy glow. It can be useful for combating thinning/balding and dry hair, brittle nails, and damaged skin.
Nettle, Alfalfa, Ginkgo, Rosemary, Burdock, Chamomile, Lavender, Lemon Balm, Chickweed, Oatstraw, Horsetail, Moringa, Calendula, Hops, Sage
One of the foundations that keeps us together…literally…is our bone structure. Unfortunately, due to
many of the common factors that lead to lapses in our overall quality of wellness, some become prone to bone deterioration with the aging process, injuries, and degenerative conditions. However, the good news is that in addition to general lifestyle support, there are many herbs that can be utilized to aid with regenerating and/or keeping the strength of our bones Here are 6 food and herbal support suggestions that you may find to be useful:
This is a live and interactive teleconference and Q & A session hosted by Yuma “Dr. Yew” Bellomee on the topic of healing from diabetes from the wholistic perspective. In this teleconference, we discuss:
- What Is Blood Pressure & Hypertension?
- Causes of Blood Pressure Imbalances – The Wholistic Perspective
- Common Medications & What They Do To You
- How To Control Blood Pressure w/ Food
- Other Supportive Natural/Wholistic Remedies
This blend contains herbs traditionally used to help improve the condition of the eyes and eyesight. Studies show that the ingredients in this formula contain compounds that nourish, tone, regenerate, and improve the circulation to the optic nerves, as well as provide needed nutrients to support healthy vision. Main Ingredients: Goji, Bilberry, Eyebright, Ju Hua, Ginkgo, Chickweed, Moringa, Spirulina
Many of us make choices about our health based on taste. Much of taste is a conditioning – that means we’ve been programmed… and even worse, many of us program our children’s tastes based on our unhealthy habits and food-like products that our distorted tastes find palatable. At the root of much of our taste woes, we find refined sweeteners and salts, which are addictive substances in practically everything we eat that’s already prepared. Here are a few ways to re-train your taste for what’s better for your body: 1. Change the types of salts and sweeteners you use to unrefined varieties. White sugar, brown sugar, high fructose corn syrup, grade a maple syrup, turbinado sugar, artificial sweeteners, white & iodized salts (even sea salts) … these are all considered refined, which means altered from their natural states and nutritionally dead. Look for whole dehydrated cane sugar (or Sucanat), brown muscovado sugar, grade b maple syrup, coconut/palm sugar, green stevia (or liquid stevia), blackstrap molasses, or use whole fruit whenever applicable as sweeteners, and utilize naturally colored salts in smaller amounts to get used to less stimulation without feeling like you’re missing too much on taste. 3. Get used to eating a variety of raw vegetables and fruits in their natural states. Even if you don’t like certain (or in some of your cases, ANY) vegetables, make the concerted effort to eat a little at a time REGULARLY. For vegetables that may be bitter (i.e. dandelion greens, turnip greens, mustard greens, etc.), try mixing them with milder vegetables (i.e. spinach, beet greens, baby kale, etc.) to start out. Fruits that may be sour (i.e. cranberries, lemons, limes, etc.), try mixing them with sweeter or less strong tasting fruits of the same variety to start out. This will help to strengthen your tolerance for these foods, and they also supply nutrients that help to lessen cravings for processed sugars and salts by promoting better metabolism & absorption. Make sure that you are drinking adequate water to maintain a good balance of the sugars and salts in your body so you’re not overloaded with them, and to improve the way you’re able to use them. Peace & Blessings, -Docta Yew
This herbal combination contains plants that have a historical use with assisting recovery from injuries. The herbal ingredients collectively help to relieve inflammation, and to promote and expedite tissue repair, both internally and externally. This blend can be used in support of healing from wounds, ruptures, broken bones, and muscle, joint, tendon, and ligament damage. Main Ingredients: Solomon’s Seal, Self-Heal, Horsetail, Alfalfa, Gota Kola, Yarrow, Marigold
This workshop series is for those who would like a more in depth knowledge, comfort, and hands-on experience in utilizing herbs for healing purposes. The classes will be taking place at various locations throughout the DMV (DC-Maryland-Virginia) area, beginning Saturday, March 29, 2014. Those who complete the course will be tested to receive a certificate of completion. Topics Include: Saturday, March 29, 2014, 10am – 1pm ***INTRO TO PRACTICAL WHOLISTIC HERBAL MEDICINE Saturday, April 12, 2014, 10am – 1pm ***EMERGENCY HERBS Saturday, April 26, 2014, 10am – 1pm ***HERB WALK 10am – 1pm ***BASIC HERB CLASSIFICATIONS & MEDICINAL USES PT. I Date TBA ***BASIC HERB CLASSIFICATIONS & MEDICINAL USES PT. II Date TBA ***HERBS & SPIRITUALITY Date TBA ***OTHER GOOD TO KNOW HERBAL INFO LAST MINUTE REGISTRATION FEE – $230.00 GENERAL REGISTRATION FEE: $175.00 DROP IN RATE: $35/class For Registration & More Info: Phone – (202) 469-0264 Email – firstname.lastname@example.org Website – www.yew360.com
This formula is designed to aid in
clearing and strengthening the heart. The herbs contained in this blend are known to have a positive effect on regulating the heartbeat, promoting the relaxation of the arteries, and enhancing blood circulation. These herbs have often been recommended in cases of plaque buildup around the heart, heart attack & stroke recovery, weak heart, fluid retention, deep vein thrombosis, varicose veins, edema, and other adverse health conditions of the heart, both in traditional and modern settings. Main Ingredients: Hawthorn, Ginkgo, Ju Hua, Butcher”s Broom, Astragalus, Horsetail, Pimento, African Bird Pepper
CONFERENCE CALL TOPIC: DR. YEW PRESENTS: NO PAIN, MO’ GAIN (Your Natural Guide To Pain Relief)
w/ Khetnu Nefer (LMT, CHHP, CKYT, & Doula) Recorded Thursday, November 7, 2013 — 9pm – 11pm EST Do you suffer from lower back pain? Joint stiffness? Gout? Arthritis? Are you recovering from an injury? In this presentation by Yuma “Dr. Yew” Bellomee and LaDawn “Khetnu Nefer” Frasier, you will hear about wholistic and all natural remedies that can help you to reduce inflammation, to get past the pain and limited mobility, to strengthen your body, and to regain your state of total well being! FOR MORE INFO, CONTACT: (202) 469-0264 / email@example.com Websites: www.yew360.com www.asoulfultouch.net