Acupuncture needles are very small! In fact, 10 to 40 of them can fit in the tip of the average hypodermic needle.

What to expect for your first acupuncture appointment

Acupuncture – your mom has told you for years that it’s helped her headaches. Your best friend got it to help with her morning sickness. Your boss gets it for his chronic low back pain. So you’ve gone and done it – you made your first acupuncture appointment.

Now what?

Acupuncture’s popularity has skyrocketed in the past few years, but it’s very common for my new patients to be acupuncture first-timers. As newbies, it’s natural to have questions. My goal is to address many of the common questions I get before and at first appointments and to give you a general idea of what your session will like from beginning to end.

Acupuncture’s popularity has skyrocketed in the past few years, but it’s very common for my new patients to be acupuncture first-timers. As newbies, it’s natural to have questions. My goal is to address many of the common questions I get before and at first appointments and give you a general idea what your session will like from beginning to end.
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Red raspberry leaf tea is can support you before, during and after pregnancy, but hot tea in the summer? Check out this refreshing alternative.

A More Refreshing Red Raspberry Leaf Tea

Hot red raspberry leaf tea on a warm summer day?

Bleech.

Don’t get me wrong, I’m a huge fan of tea but even I have a hard time stomaching a warm mug of tea when it’s 85 degrees and humid out.

“So…why are you drinking tea, then?” you ask.

Well, because I’m 35 weeks pregnant and I’m pretty intent on making my labor as short as possible. Read on if you are too or are just trying to find a more palatable way to consume hot herbal teas in the dog days of summer.

Red raspberry leaf tea is a great support for women's health at any point in their lives, but who wants hot tea in the summer?

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