The urban shaman

Holistic healing in Tel Aviv.

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August 29, 2018 19:19
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Naturopath and clinical herbalist Udi Sahar.

Naturopath and clinical herbalist Udi Sahar.. (photo credit: OR DANON)

 
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Natural healing and maintaining maximum health are processes that take time and – according to naturopath and clinical herbalist Udi Sahar – cold-pressed fruit juices.

Sahar, 34, was born with an auto-immune dysfunction, severe allergies and atopic dermatitis.

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