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Welcome to The Complementary Health Institute

An Online Learning Platform for Heath, Nutrition, Well-Being, Holistic Living, Herbal Medicine and Self Development Courses.

 

Welcome to CHI, an innovative online training platform for short courses about all aspects of Health, Herbs and Holistic Living.

If you want fresh knowledge about empowered living you’re in the right place. With the help of our courses you can acquire the wisdom to honour yourself and to encourage a self-governing state of joy, vitality, great health and wellbeing.

But it doesn’t stop there.

 

CHI’s growing resources of online courses makes learning fun and super easy. Better still, you can boost your wisdom at affordable prices.

We believe that knowledge is best served fresh and available to everyone, so that everyone has a chance to benefit from these powerful resources. And to get you started on your health journey (err… to sweeten the deal) we offer a range of free courses too.

 

Learning should be simple (+ fun). That’s why you can access each course from the comfort of your home. We know you’re busy, that’s why you can move through the lectures at your own pace. So take your time.

What students love the most about the CHI online study platform is that there are no tests or exams. At the completion of each course you will receive a certificate of completion from the CHI Institute.

 

Online learning comes with bulk benefits, such as:

 

  • EASE… learn in your own time and pace.
  • COMFORT… study at home.
  • CONTROL… you’re the boss, pick your study hours.
  • AFFORDABILITY… No need for timely and costly work commutes.
  • MORE FREEDOM… because you don’t require travel.
  • ADDITIONAL SKILLS… say hello to self empowerment and new possibilities.

How to enrol in a CHI course?

1. Press any of the course images to read more about that course.

2. Select a course to take, complete payment and we’ll give you immediate access to that course.

3. Proceed through the course in your own time (we give you all the time you need).

When you study with the CHI Online Institute you are taking a giant step forward into governing your own life. Take responsibility for your body, health, mind and spirit, for you and your family… and feel empowered about the life choices you make.

 

We aim to make these online courses educational, easy and enjoyable.

 


juniperFamily
-Cupressaceae
Other Names: Mountain Yew, Melmot Berry, Horse Saver
Planetary Ruler – Mars/sun
Correspondences: Element – fire, Gender – male, Sign – Aries

History
Juniper was used by the ancient Egyptians as part of the embalming process and for various medicinal remedies.
It was also used in ancient times as an incense to drive away evil spirits and to deter disease; it was burned to ward off the plague. In French hospitals it was burnt with rosemary to purify the air. The oil was also used topically for the treatment of fever and smallpox.

Parts Used
 The ripe fruit (berries) is gathered in autumn.

Cultivation
The juniper bush is very widely distributed in the northern hemisphere, being found from North America to south west Asia, and from Siberia to the Mediterranean. It grows from southern coastal sites to more northerly moorland and mountainous regions.

Description
It is a small coniferous tree or shrub which grows best on poor soil reaching a height of up to 15m high. It has slender twigs with needle like leaves, yellow male, and blue female flowers on separate plants. The bark is reddish brown in colour, with spherical blue-black fruit.

Uses
Valuable remedy for cystitis, and helps relieve fluid retention, but should be avoided in cases of kidney disease.
In the digestive system, juniper is warming and settling, easing colic and supporting the function of the stomach.
Taken internally or applied externally, juniper is helpful in the treatment of chronic arthritis, gout and rheumatic conditions.
Applied externally as a diluted essential oil, it has a slightly warming effect on the skin and is thought to promote the removal of waste products from underlying tissues.
The berries are a purgative for the digestive system
Powerful antiseptic in the urinary tract
Juniper also stimulates menstruation and tends to increase menstrual bleeding.
Juniper should not be used during pregnancy
Large amounts can cause kidney damage

 

 

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