It’s Wednesday y’all! What are you grateful for today? For me it’s my family, my home and my pups - the usual stuff but it really is everything that keeps this girl happy 😃 ❤️ #genuinesmileday @keto.sam.iam @diaryofashrinkingmommy
“Color is a power which directly influences the soul.” Wassily Kandinsky | ooh, yes! I agree with my pal, Wassily, and my soul is on fire with this GORGEOUS ‘maids bouquet by @flourish.floraldesign 😍 photo by @texassweetphoto
Thanksgiving is about being thankful not stressing over the food! We’re making the holidays a little easier this year with our family style to-go menu AND our 3-course Thanksgiving dine in menu. To-go orders must be place by 11/16. Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Maguire’s! 🥧
HERBAL SPOTLIGHT: SHATAVARI
Shatavari, also known as Asparagus racemosus, is an ancient natural remedy used in Ayurvedic medicine. Traditionally used for female reproductive health and digestion, shatavari has proven itself to support and regulate several systems in both men and women.
For women, shatavari is a fantastic herbal supplement to gracefully transition through any stage in life. It can help with low libido caused by birth control or menopause, soothe PMS symptoms, enhance fertility, balance hormones, increase milk production in nursing mothers and ease troublesome menopausal symptoms. We include shatavari in our Female Libido Tincture and occasionally our Menopausal Tincture, depending on the patient.
Shatavari is also great for men looking to increase strength and vitality, especially when used in tandem with ashwagandha. It can help both men or women suffering from stress and anxiety, thanks to its adaptogenic properties, and promote optimal energy levels.
Fun fact: The name shatavari is translated from Sanskrit as “having one hundred roots”, alternatively referenced as “having one hundred husbands” in reference to its use as an effective female reproductive rejuvenation tonic!
I’ve always read about the benefits of increasing my intake/application of magnesium, but never seem to take it seriously until I really need it.
Throughout my pregnancy I’ve really enjoyed a cup of pregnancy or raspberry leaf tea with the powdered magnesium + calcium. And just recently have added the @sevenminerals Pure Magnesium Oil spray to my post shower body care routine.
When I am consistent: I get a good deep night of sleep, my very preggie body is more comfortable and less achey, my moods are more stable and consistent... and I hear it all helps with keeping blood pressure low, too! So far, so good.
Do you supplement magnesium? What do you use? What benefits have you noticed?
Dough Society Fans! Our “November Special” has been extended one final week and ends this Sunday!! 🍕🥗
This week, when you spend $11 at Dough Society, the next $11 of your order is on us! 👀👀
Simply use the promo code “nov11” when you dine-in, call-in, or order online. Rules and restrictions apply. Order now‼️