by Roberta Bolduc If you’re a cat lover and haven’t yet visited Greenville’s Organic Cat Café, you are in for a treat. Located at 123 College Street, right next door… read more →
by Roberta Bolduc Dr. Kristin Davis, owner of Davis Audiology, chose audiology as a career because she wanted to provide a service to the community and was drawn to being… read more →
If you think Garner’s Natural Life is a Greenville fixture, you would be right. Originally named Garner’s Natural Foods, the business was started by Coral Garner in 1969 in Spartanburg,… read more →
by Roberta Bolduc The Augusta St. Clinic is so well known to area residents it’s considered a landmark. For the past 23 years, Dr. Roger Jaynes, the clinic founder, has… read more →
They have been inspirational to their readers and clients, but also to other publishers in the Natural Awakenings family, who have benefited from their guidance, leadership and vision for the magazine. Publishers have created a GoFundMe account to support their efforts to rebuild PR’s holistic health and wellness community at a time when healing services are so desperately needed.
A limitation of a grid-tied system is that when the grid is down or power is lost, the solar energy system cannot be used, since any electricity running through the system can be dangerous to the technicians working on the lines. Redman says that more and more homeowners are showing an interest in hybrid solar energy systems. These systems can be grid-tied and also operate to provide energy if the grid is down since they include a battery back-up component that allows for excess energy storage.
Kangen water is “electrolyzed-reduced and hydrogen-enriched water” created from a machine manufactured by Enagic International, a Japan-based company. According to the company’s website, they have been “the leading manufacturer of alkaline ionizers and water filtration machines in the world” for over four decades.