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Herbal Spotlight: Withania
17 September 2020
What is Withania? You may have heard of the herb called Withania: also known as Withania Somnifera, Winter Cherry, Ashwaganda, or Indian Ginseng. At MIOG, it is one of our most commonly used he...
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What are Medicinal Mushrooms?
26 August 2020
Medicinal Mushrooms - A Crash Course If you are patient at MIOG, you may have been prescribed medicinal mushrooms in some form or another.  Whether they are mixed up in your liquid herb mi...
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An Opportunity I Never Saw Coming
6 August 2020

Hello, my name is Kate Caine. I've been a patient at MIOG as part of my treatment for breast cancer. In my regular world, I am an Osteopath with my own practice here in Melbourne. I hav...
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Om Mani Padme Hum - The Jewel in the Lotus
23 July 2020
Excerpt from Silver Linings - Stories from lockdown to uplift and inspire.
Have you ever felt lost? Or stood still in the middle of chaos, paralysed by fear? Sensed that your world was cras...
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All about the Thyroid
9 July 2020
What is the thyroid gland and what does it do? Thyroid is a highly vascularised butterfly-shaped gland that is located around your throat - below the voice box and straddling the windpipe. Alth...
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Movement After Cancer
25 June 2020
The traditional notion of resting your body to overcome cancer treatment related fatigue has been debunked a long while ago now. Instead the research is heavily supportive of exercise and movemen...

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Herbal Spotlight: Withania

Posted by MIOG support team on 17 September 2020
Herbal Spotlight: Withania
What is Withania? You may have heard of the herb called Withania: also known as Withania Somnifera, Winter Cherry...
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