Pure Selva Holistic Medicine
Robin Hood's Bay Village
Exploring The City of York
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August 23, 2021 by Christina Nixon

Founded by James Cavers, Pure Selva is the new Holistic Medicine that comes from the Amazon Rainforest. Cavers believes that the Amazon “provides a lot of the cures for modern day ailments and disease. We are surrounded by nature, we are nature, so possibly the best way to heal is through natures foods.” The Holistic Medicine attempts to prevent illness by placing a greater emphasis on optimizing health – the body’s natural state is one of health.

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March 14, 2021 by Christina Nixon

Inspired by a legend, Robin Hood’s Bay village has a specific fairytale appeal. Located five miles south of Whitby and 15 miles north of Scarborough, the small fishing village is a true gem of the Yorkshire Coastline.

Exploring The City of York

March 7, 2021 by Christina Nixon

Exploring The City Of York

The first thing you notice when exploring the City of York is that it is full of historic buildings and magic!

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