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Recipe for Ginger Lemonade

Recipe for Ginger Lemonade

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Recipe to quench your summer thirst

This recipe is an easy blender drink, speedy to whip up, and yummy! The ginger will make you lightly perspire and help you cool down.

Ingredients

1 piece (3 inches or so) fresh ginger, peeled and chopped

1 cup lemon juice (about 3-4 lemons)

1/3 cup maple syrup

6 cups water

2 lemons cut into slices for garnish

Instructions

Place the ginger in a food processor or blender. Add lemon juice and process until smooth. Add water and maple syrup and mix well. Strain out ginger pulp. Serve in glasses filled with ice and enjoy!

Watch this nifty video for speed tips to make your lemonade!

recipe credit: The Buddhist Chef

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Nap Packs: Acupuncture Package Deals

Nap Packs: Acupuncture Package Deals

Acupuncture Packages: Pre-pay for more discounts Available Monday, July 16, 2018 Discount cards… We’ve got ’em! We offer Two Nap Pack Specials: the Nap Pass, and our 3-Pack. Both help you get more acupuncture! Some folks use the special rate as a chance to find out what more frequent acupuncture will do for them. Others just… Continue Reading

Self Care: 12 Tips Acupuncturists Hope Everyone Remembers

Self Care: 12 Tips Acupuncturists Hope Everyone Remembers

Acupuncture wisdom? It’s really about self-care. There are many simple practices that, when done regularly, can drastically improve a person’s symptoms and overall quality of life. If only we remembered to do them, right?!? Here’s a list of our favorites, written down in one place to help you remember. Acupuncturists from around the country have… Continue Reading

EcoFest 2018

EcoFest 2018

  Celebrate Earth Day with us at Lowry Park EcoFest 2018 EcoFest is a community celebration dedicated to the principles of sustainability – Ecology, Equity, and Economy. And it’s how we here in Tampa celebrate Earth Day. Did you know Earth Day itself began in 1970 and is now celebrated around the world? Here’s some great info… Continue Reading

Qi Qiu

Qi Qiu joined the Seminole Heights Community Acupuncture team in January 2018 as a Staff Acupuncturist. Qi loves community acupuncture and POCA in large part because he can practice acupuncture like he did when he was in China, helping lots of people, and seeing great results from frequent acupuncture treatments done in group settings. Originally… Continue Reading

18 Ways Community Acupuncture Can Light Up Your Year

18 Ways Community Acupuncture Can Light Up Your Year

Community Acupuncture in 2018 Acupuncture is one of the oldest, most common and dependable medical therapies used in the world.  It is by nature simple, safe and effective health care. Community Acupuncture increases people’s access to acupuncture by offering individualized treatments in a quiet, comfortable group setting at affordable rates. By lowering the cost of care,… Continue Reading

Discounts … About $10 Monthly Specials

Discounts … About $10 Monthly Specials

Discounts Unlimited $10 Acupuncture Sessions All Month! Each month we offer discounts on acupuncture. We focus on folks with specific jobs and occupations, or various groups of people. These special folks are invited to unlimited $10 treatments throughout the month. We pick a theme and usually it makes sense like our offering discounts to retail… Continue Reading

Breathe to Reduce Holiday Stress

Breathe to Reduce Holiday Stress

Stress Busters! When life gets chaotic, and it invariably does, how do you cope? One convenient, effective (and free!) option is controlled breathing. Paying attention to your breath invokes the Relaxation Response, which can reduce stress, ease anxiety, and promote clear thinking, as well as slow down your heart rate and lower blood pressure. Making… Continue Reading

Congee!

Congee!

Congee: Traditional Asian Feel-Better Soup Congee (AKA jook or rice porridge) is a tasty, therapeutic soup that you can eat morning and night. It’s the essential recovery food and simple to make! Chinese medicinal soups have been used as medicine for thousands of years. Acupuncturists love to recommend soup, and congee is the queen of… Continue Reading

Healthy Cookie Recipe

Healthy Cookie Recipe

A cookie recipe that’s scrumptious and good for you! Jeff makes amazingly delicious, healthy cookies. We were able to persuade him to share his recipe with us. And since it’s *that* time of year again, we wanted to share his recipe with you. Jeff’s Almond Cookies Makes 35 to 40 cookies Preheat oven to 350… Continue Reading

Clinic Hours

Monday: 2PM – 8PM

Tuesday: 2PM – 8PM

Wednesday:  2PM – 8PM

Thursday: 2PM – 8PM

Friday: 10AM – 3PM

Saturday: 9AM – 2PM

Sunday: Closed

Walk-Ins Often Possible.
Appointments Recommended.

POCA

POCA

Seminole Heights Community Acupuncture, our staff, and volunteers are members of the People’s Organization of Community Acupuncture. POCA is a co-operative run and fueled by co-op members who believe that acupuncture should be available to people: learn more about that here.

We see acupuncture changing lives every day. It’s simple, safe and effective, as well as the most widely used medicine in the world! Last year POCA clinics, about 200 of them in all, gave more than 1 million treatments. Our goal is to make that number 50 million treatments by the year 2020.

We support the Community Acupuncture movement with our POCA membership and our volunteer hours.

We know that acupuncture can change the world, and would love for you to join us in The Calmest Revolution Ever Staged!

Interested? Help spread access to acupuncture by learning more about POCA.  Click here to join online.  Or drop by Seminole Heights Community Acupuncture to talk with us more about our favorite co-operative, POCA!

 

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