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Japanese Knotweed and Lyme Disease, Part II with Herbalist Jean Schneider

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Hello Healers,

Learn more about Lyme disease and the natural plant healers, in Part II of a discussion with herbalist, Jean Schneider.  

Jean healed from a severe infection of Lyme disease using herbalism and now helps others heal from Lyme and autoimmune illnesses, using the plants of Nature, including one of her favorites Japanese knotweed (Polygonum cuspidatum). 

In Part I, Jean mentioned that the spread of this plant has followed the same trajectory as the epidemic of Lyme Disease. There are now more than 2 million new cases of Lyme a year. 

Jean asks what if we had been eating this plant when it came to the West, as Asian cultures had been doing, to prevent the damage of Lyme? 

Jean Schneider is a Clinical Herbalist and spirit healer who practices near the headwater springs of the Madison, Wisconsin chain of lakes in Token Creek. She has spent many years helping to cultivate healing energy on the land and in her healing practice. She teaches educational classes, sees clients, and she hosts a twice monthly spirit drum. Visit Jean's website for more information at Nativa Medica.

Check out my books:  Free Your Voice Heal Your Thyroid: Reverse Thyroid Disease Naturally and The Nature of Healing: Heal the Body, Heal the Planet.

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