About Taheebo Tea / Pau d'Arco Tea
Nature is our teacher. She has her patterns, which we may glean guidance from, yet we cannot predict or know anything for sure because she is ever changing. As the Ancients said, “Change is the only truth in the universe.” 
With change as our expectation, we are now stepping into the driver’s seat. We may support our wellness from understanding and living in harmony with Nature’s cycles.
These outer seasonal cycles coincide with inner patterns and cycles reflected in our emotional, mental and physical energies as well as more subtle energies which influence our creativity, self-awareness and spiritual awareness.
Being aware of and tapping into these energies within and without is an important key to wellness. When we resist change, we are liable to get sick.
It’s important to take the time to check in with our inner and outer worlds and incorporate this new information into our lives. And to maintain our bodies in a relaxed open state to keep the energy flowing for health on all levels.
Our Wellness with the Seasons articles highlight the Element of each season according to Chinese Medicine, the season’s organs and acupuncture meridians, best nutrition, exercise, and wellness practices to boost our health. 


Autumn is the season of the harvest, gathering nature’s plenty and preparing for the winter season of rest. On fall’s first day —The Autumn Equinox (this Saturday, Sept 23)— night’s darkness equals the day and grows longer and longer until the longest night of the year on the Winter Solstice.

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The first day of Winter was December 21st —The Winter Solstice which is the longest night of the year. From this day forward, there will gradually be more and more light until we reach the Spring Equinox on March 20. So we have quite some time where the cold and darkness of winter will dominate and affect us on many levels.