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Saturday Hours Available!

Starting August 18th Willow Tree Acupuncture & Wellness is offering Saturday appointments from 9am-2pm.  To book your appointment please call the office @ 727-871-0928 or email acupuncture.willow@gmail.com  Acupuncture is an ancient medicine that is successful in treating chronic & acute pain, arthritis, fibromyalgia, insomnia, stress, depression, digestive issues, hypertension and more.

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Now Open Saturdays!
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Come see us! July 27th

  Want to know more about

  Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine?

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Then come to Grow Financial @ their Largo branch location, this Friday July 27th from 1pm-4pm.  Dr. Rinehart Acupuncture Physician from Willow Tree Acupuncture and Wellness will be there.  She is offering free ear seeds and answering your questions regarding the healing abilities of Chinese Medicine.  Come join us to discover how  this ancient medicine can help you!

 

The Grow Financial Largo office is located at 10801 Starkey Road Largo 33772.

 

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Dr. Rinehart will be there JULY 27th from 1pm-4pm

See you there! 

                   

 

 

 

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Wheat Grass Benefits…

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Wheat Grass contains chlorophyll, vitamins, minerals, and amino acids.  It has several health benefits and provides an abdundant amount of antioxidants with each serving.  Wheat grass may help to boost the immune system, lower cholesterol, balance blood sugar, manage weight, and help to decrease oxidative stress.  It comes from a wheat plant called triticum aestivum which is edible and is commonly used for juicing.  It can also be taken in pill or powder form.  I give Duke Remington “the scootch” Rinehart some  orgainc wheat grass to chew on every few months.  It helps to detox and provides nutrients to keep him healthy.  Of course, he only eats it if he wants!

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Duke Remington “the scootch” Rinehart

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The story of the Willow Tree

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“I am a willow of the wilderness, loving the wind that bent me.”–Ralph Waldo Emerson...  I have been asked, what is the significance of the willow tree?   The willow tree represents healing, enchantment, resonance, and harmony.  The bark has pain relieving and fever reducing properties.  The roots are deeply planted and the tree stands firm as the wind blows gently reminding us to be flexible with the winds of change.  I’ve always loved these strong beautiful trees that invite us to come and rest.  So, I chose the wonderous willow tree to represent, enchant, and harmonize this business.