(Healthily) obsessed with feeling, getting, and being better.
Struggling to find answers? We’ve been there. As a community of healers, wellness junkies, and will-try-anything-to-feel-good guinea pigs, we share what works because we know real wellbeing is about experience, not just expertise.
A note from our founder
Fourteen years ago, my family and I were sick with a myriad of symptoms: migraines, brain fog, anxiety, strep throat, extreme fatigue, sensory and neurological issues.
We saw more than 40 doctors over the course of two years, and no one could tell us what was wrong with us. Even when we finally discovered the cause – toxic mold in our home – our doctors still had no answers or cures.
Trapped in the gray area of medicine and determined to get better, we turned toward alternative treatments. For years, we were human guinea pigs, willing to try anything and open to whatever practitioner or healer crossed our paths.
Some of the treatments and remedies we tried worked— and some didn’t. But in the end, my family and I recovered. When I told our doctors, they seemed happy and surprised that we had healed, but they were not curious to know how. Our story and results, like countless others, were simply dismissed as anecdotal.
Through the blogging world, I found many people like us – people continuously searching, learning, and discovering ways to feel, get, and be better. I thought about how all of these different roads to recovery could help others. I realized we could aggregate our tips and triumphs and document what works TOGETHER.
And so, Nutmeg Aspirin was born – a platform where anyone can share their healing stories, tips, and triumphs. Our motto is “Share What Works!” because we know there is not a one-size-fits-all prescription: it may be nutmeg or aspirin, diet or meditation, deep breaths or vitamin drips. All of our content comes from our amazing community members. We welcome your questions and your tips — we’re all about real experience, from real people, for real wellbeing – because we know that together, we can help ourselves and others to feel, get, and be better. #sharewhatworks
Blogger, Mother, Founder of Nutmeg Aspirin, Advocate & "Guinea Pig" for feeling-getting-being-better. Mara is a NY State Safe & Healthy Foods Advisory Council Member, an Advisor to Columbia University’s Spirituality Mind Body Institute, and is currently involved in The Vitality Project at Brown University--a research study looking at the effects of Qi Gong on cancer patients post chemo and radiation as well as supporting efforts to bring mindfulness to doctors in training and the students at large. A perpetual student of all aspects of holistic living and passionate about helping others to "feel, get and be better."
New Yorker living in Mexico City. Co-founder of COLAB Cold Brew and team member of Nutmeg Aspirin. Thanks to my progressive hippie parents, I've been lucky enough to have access to homeopathic and holistic doctors since I was born.