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TMed - Traditional Medicine Holistic Health Center

TMed aims to promote the idea of a natural treatment to strengthen the body's defenses and help the body itself to cope with the disease or imbalance.

Our goal is to introduce you to the concept of healthy living and emotional, mental and energetic balance, to support you in your healthy habits, and to help to improve your lifestyle and your conditions of existence. 

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Chinese Medicine

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Ayurvedic Medicine

Ayurvedic Medicine

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Other Therapies

Other Therapies

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Holistic Programs

Holistic Programs

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Group Classes

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SUMMERTIME ADVICES
SUMMERTIME ADVICES

In the summer, when the days are long and hot, we require cooling and high-energy foods such as extra bunch of fruits and vegetables.

The gift of extra fruits and vegetables is nature’s antidote to the hot and dry weather. They have specific microbes that move excess heat out of the body, protect the intestinal mucosa and prevent irritation and reactive mucus.

Extra Fruits

Apple, which removes heat through mild purgation and numerous phyto-nutrients in apple support blood sugar.

Pomegranate, a heart health fruit, which is a very powerful anti-oxidant, pitta dosha reducing (alleviating the naturally aggravated fire element) ensuring good blood and lymph circulations.

Watermelon, a wonder summer fruit, which is a naturally cooling and hydrating and also a mild-diuretic.

Extra vegetables

beans which make a healthy addition to summer salads and side dishes, another vegetable such as cucumber which is loaded with fibre and high in water content in summer helps in keeping constipation at bay and coconut water, fresh mint leaves and green leafy vegetables which are loaded with essential vitamins, minerals and other nutrients has cooling properties, should be used freely in summer season to keep one fully hydrated and feel fresh all the time.

Summer food should be essentially sweet, cold and liquid.

As an Ayurvedic combination if possible sprinkle some freshly grounded black pepper, which enhances taste and reduces water retention.

Avoid Pitta dosha aggravating foods

such as coffee, spicy foods, red meat, bell pepper, fermented and fast foods, yoghurt and hard cheese.

Avoid substances that possess pungent, sour and hot potency.

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Switzerland
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