Human beings are just as changed by by the area they are transported to as plants are. Recognizing and adapting to the change makes a big difference for the healer and the patient.
Today, we're talking with Nick Polizzi, Author of Sacred Science, documentary film maker and explorer of ancient medicine about following the call of the plant world into sacred healing.
As with most alteratives, burdock is easy to add to vast array of herbal formulas since improving digestive and lymphatic function has a broad sweeping effect on the rest of the body. It's flavor is pleasant and the gentle yet thorough support it gives the body adds to its popularity.
Backyard chickens are taking over the world one yard at a time. How do you know if keeping chickens is right for you?
Anti-fungal salve is powerhouse medicine. Many know the anti-fungal properties of Tea Tree oil and Chaparral. Chamomile's skin fungus fighting abilities are underutilized.
Herbal Nerd Society Exclusive Article How would you describe Passionflower? With its glorious, layered, large flowers and almost weedy, vining habit, it's clearly an herb for those who's energies are a little top-heavy, so to speak. Native Medicine People of…