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Herbal Medicine is People's Medicine: simple, safe, effective. Bring your curiosity and health questions. Susun will enlighten, surprise, and delight you...
This episode Q&A- includes:
• breast lumps- anti cancer lifestyle, infusions, compresses, anointment.
• elective surgery? give yourself time to think it through..
• how to nourish intestinal issues..
• ulcerated colitis- restore lining of Colon with slippery elm..
• how to use golden rod
• what herbs to make infused oils with
• what are diuretics?
• safety of herbs during pregnancy..
• goats milk formula and b vitamins..
• milk thistle seed uses and always use it as a tincture or liquid extract..
• why to pasteurize vinegar before making herbal vinegar..
• nutritional profile of oatstraw..
• how to make saw palmetto tincture- always use the berries..
• dandelion for acid reflux..
• pine uses and identification..
The Human Path on American Preppers Radio! Tuesdays 9:00pm/Est 8:00pm/Ct 7:00pm/Mt 6:00pm/Pt Live Listen and Chat go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/listen-chat/ Is it possible to deal with severe medical issues with plant medicine? The availability of useful medicine (antibiotics, antivenin) might be limited or nonexistent. Today, we have the advantage not only of historical knowledge in treating these types of medical emergencies with plant medicine, but we also have the ability to look closely at the pathophysiology of both infections and snake bites, which helps steer us toward some of the possibilities available to us in the world of herbology.
Join Sam as he discusses his own experiences using plant medicine for infection, as well as herbal protocols that were effective for various types of venomous snake bites in the past in North America, as well as plant medicine used effectively in other parts of the world today for venomous snake bites.
The Human Path and can be found online here: http://www.thehumanpath.com
Tags: The Human Path, Prepper Broadcasting, Plant Medicine, Snake Bites, Infections
This week join Scott Terry and Cheri Shelnutt for a conversation on medicinal herbs, from a Christian perspective. Cheri has been teaching herbal medicine for many years. Learn about medicinal herbs and their uses. Learn how to make teas, tinctures, poultices and more. Should be a very informative show. You don't want miss this one!
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Nourish Yourself the Wise Woman Way
Susun Weed interviews Robin Rose Bennett, founder of Wisewoman Healing Ways - Herbal Medicine and EarthSpirit Teachings is a compassionate herbalist, gifted writer, and empowering teacher. The focus of her healing work is to share the generosity of the earth and the magic, mystery, and beauty of the web of life. She is a spiritual midwife sharing herbal medicine to help people birth their true selves in this time of profound transformation. Learn more at http://robinrosebennett.com
Topics covered in this evening's Q&A Include:
The importance of Intention when working with herbs. Women's health issues. The joy of being a lifelong student. Why learning about herbs is learning about everything.
On Today’s episode of Mixed Race Radio we will meet Professor Robert Chao Romero, the son of a Mexican father from Chihuahua and a Chinese immigrant mother from Hubei in central China. Dr. Romero is an Associate Professor at UCLA’s Chavez Department of Chicana/o Studies and Department of Asian American Studies. He considers himself fortunate to be able to study himself for a living and he allows his dual cultural heritage to serve as the basis for his academic studies. His research examines Asian immigration to Latin America, as well as the large population of “Asian-Latinos” in the United States. He is also interested in the role played by religion in social activism. His first book, The Chinese in Mexico, 1882-1940 (2010), tells the forgotten history of the Chinese community in Mexico and it received a Latino-Studies-Section-Book-Award from the Latin American Studies Association. Romero received his J. D. from UC Berkeley and his Ph.D. in Latin American history from UCLA. When he is not a professor, he is a pastor and director of Christian Students of Conscience, an organization which trains and mobilizes students in issues of race and social justice from a faith-based perspective. He is also the author of Jesus for Revolutionaries: An Introduction to Race, Social Justice, and Christianity (October 2013).
Mixed Race Radio discusses the mixed race and multicultural life experience using discussions of hot topics, book & movie reviews, and personal interviews with you: a person with an opinion and a story to tell. By creating a dialogue we are creating a safe space in which people will gather to share and learn. Mixed Race Radio educates, inspires and encourages people of all colors and from all cultures to celebrate the similarities.WON’T YOU JOIN US?
Herbal / Natural remedies work with the body to repair it, without interfering with its natural processes.Nuts, grasses, fruits and vegetables are naturally occurring gifts of nature. They have the capacity to absorb inorganic substances from the earth, water, fire, and air and convert them into life-giving vital nutrients to living things that consume them.
Herbal supplements are best consumed fresh. That means that you or someone you trust should be growing and preparing what you consume. The best start is a simple start. Lemon Grass is the food/herb that I started with and now advocate for my family and friends.
Lemon Grass is known by many names, in Louisiana, it is called mosquito grass as well as lemon grass. In the Carribean, it is known as fever grass. Lemon Grass has numerous health benefiting essential oils, minerals and vitamins that are known to have anti-oxidant and disease preventing properties.
The primary chemical component in lemongrass is citral or lemonal, an aldehyde responsible for its unique lemon odor which has strong anti-microbial and anti-fungal properties.Lemon Grass leaves and stems contain Folic acid, pantothenic acid (vitamin B5), pyridoxine (vitamin B-6) and thiamin (vitamin B-1), vitamin-C and vitamin-A..Lemon grass, whether fresh or dried, is a rich sources of minerals: potassium, zinc, calcium, iron, manganese, copper, and magnesium.
I serve and consume lemon grass as a tea. I use the tops of the plant for my tea by cuting health green tops, cleaning them, then cutting them into a size that fits into a coffee filter. I put the coffee filter into a drip coffee pot and brew the same as ground coffee. The tea is a bright green from a spring harvest and brown from a fall harvest. Ahh-- refreshing!!
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Nourish Yourself the Wise Woman Way
Susun Weed interviews Heidi Lehmann and Roslyn Harte, revoluntionary bra designers who are currently working on a new project called BodyHum. Also in this episode, Susun discusses:
Don't be afraid of bacteria! What kind of credentials do I need to be an herbalist? How do I tell if Vitamin E has gone rancid? Using slippery elm and dandelion root for acid reflux. Drink coffee for the brain. How do I lighten liver spots? Susun Weed shares her herbal medicine secrets - learn how to use herbs simply and safely. Empower yourself with easy herbal remedies for herbal healing.
Isaac Ho is the author of four novels including the fast paced thriller The Repatriation of Henry Chin, the gritty crime drama Death in Chinatown, and the noir comedy Hell is Full of Strippers. His latest novel The Chinese Delivery Man is inspired by the true life murders of New York Chinese delivery men. Isaac wrote and produced the indie feature 1,001 Ways to Enjoy the Missionary Position, an Orwellian drama starring Amanda Plummer. As a playwright, Isaac won the SF Weekly Black Box Award for his play Along For the Ride. Isaac holds an MFA in Screenwriting from UCLA. http://www.scriptenabler.com/isaachowriter/
The Pet Prep Radio Show! on American Preppers Radio Tuesday *7:00pm/Est *6:00pm/Ct *5:00pm/Mt *4:00pm/Pt Live Chat while listening go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/listen-chat/ Herbal Medicine and the origins of what we know today as Modern Medicine and the difference between the two. This week, on Pet Prep Radio we welcome guest Dr. Kal Sellers, DC, MH: Founder of SVHC, aka “The Mad Herbalist”, to discuss Herbal Medicine, Modern Medicine and the difference between the two. We also get down to the “nitty gritty” about issues that are affecting us today that are making us weak and vulnerable.
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Susun Weed shares her herbal medicine secrets - learn how to use herbs simply and safely. Empower yourself with easy herbal remedies. This episode features a 30 minute interview with Veronica Drake, an Intuitive Business Consultant.Q&A with Susun Weed - this episode includes: Cancer protocol Help for bacterial vaginosis Is there herbs for manic depression? Using comfrey leaf and linden infusions for improving mucus flow How to tell if you are dealing with bacterial or viral? Can I use yellow coneflowers? Mullein for asthma Does Vitex affect progesterone levels? and more ... listen in to get all the details.