Alle Weil

Alle Weil is a certified holistic health counselor, wellness consultant, educator, and co-founder of Flora ex Machina, dedicated to a ‘back to the earth approach’, educating and empowering readers by reviving traditional healing and culinary practices in a delicious and beautiful way. Alle lives and practices in Santa Monica, CA and specializes in creating sustainable wellness and nutrition therapies, addressing hidden food allergies, women’s health and imbalances, and mood-related disorders.

My Articles

Health Tips

10 Morning Habits Damaging your Health

Alle Weil Alle Weil Aug 30, 2019

Starting your day off right is so important for your overall health. Follow these steps to brighten your day!

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Health Tips

5 Unusual Causes of Eczema & How To Get Relief Naturally

Alle Weil Alle Weil Oct 28, 2017

We’re taking a closer look at some of the more unusual causes and triggers of irritated skin and how to get relief from the ...

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Natural Therapies

Thyroid Problems? 6 Tips That Can Change Your Life!

Alle Weil Alle Weil Sep 24, 2017

Thyroid issues? Many people are unaware that chronic and often debilitating symptoms are related to the thyroid and that everyday foods and habits contribute ...

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Health Tips

5 Of The Best Ways To Prevent And Treat Osteoporosis

Alle Weil Alle Weil May 09, 2017

There are so many factors that increase our risk of osteoporosis. What are the best natural ways to prevent and treat it effectively?

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Happiness

What the Moon Cycle Can Tell Us About Our Own Monthly Cycles

Alle Weil Alle Weil Nov 28, 2016

How can the mirrored relationship between women and their monthly menstrual cycles and the moon’s waxing and waning energy help us to understand ourselves ...

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Natural Therapies

Ayurveda and Fall: How To Cleanse For The Season According To An Ancient Practice

Alle Weil Alle Weil Oct 16, 2016

Alle Weil shares her tips for cleansing the body in accordance with Ayurvedic practices. A perfect excuse to give your body some TLC.

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