• 01:59

    Ask Herbal Health Expert Susun Weed and Spiritual Health with Dr. Susan Shumsky

    in Self Help

    Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of herbal health questions followed by a 30 minute interview with Susan Shumsky. Dr. Susan Shumsky has dedicated her life to helping people take command of their lives in highly effective, powerful, positive ways. She is the author of 10 books, published by Simon & Schuster, Random House, and New Page. A pioneer in the human potential field, she has spent more than 45 years teaching thousands of people meditation, prayer, affirmation, and intuition. Her book titles include Miracle Prayer, Divine Revelation, Exploring Meditation, Exploring Auras, Exploring Chakras, How to Hear the Voice of God, Ascension, Instant Healing, The Power of Auras, and The Power of Chakras.
     
    this episode Q&A- includes:
    • brca 1 mutation and ovarian cancer- take birth control pills and gingko biloba 
    • tincturing gingko? how, when and why..
    • fertility issues- try adoption or increase fertility with red clover infusion and vitex berry tincture..
    • communicate with plants.. the plant will communicate how to use it for medicine..
    • symptoms of menopausal women..
    • oak bark sitz bath to dry things up down there- sores, yeast and bacteria..
    • many ways of sexual intimacy without intercourse..
    • why to not use st. joans wort with birth control pills
    • use simples- one herb at a time
    • motherwort to ease anxiety
    • turn anxiety into fear to find the treasure of what you really want!
    • depression? take your power back- speak your truth..
    • 7 lifetimes to become an herbalist- be patient with yourself..
    • hypertension? start with a meditation practice
    • want thicker fuller hair during menopause? stinging nettle for healthy hair follicle growth..

  • 00:30

    Alternative Medicine Use In America

    in Health

    American medical training is referred to as "Western Medical Practices". In this training, academic proof and scientific methods are emphasized. Unfortunately, there is a concominant "demonizing" of traditional or folk medicine practices. Folk medicine practicianers have been arrested for "fraud" (impersonating a licensed professional) and methods that are accepted by the masses are called antedotal and not allowed into serious discussions. Folk medicine is taboo.
    Pharmaceutical companies who have exploited traditional cures are revered and "obeyed" without question. Lobbists for pharmaceutical companies go to Washington and spend money, run televisiion commercials, go to doctor offices and give out gifts with the net effect of American people not getting a balanced view of healthcare choices.
    There are cures with historical roots outside of conventional western medicine practiced by  naturopaths, homeopaths chiropractors, yoga, tai chi and accupuncturists. Western medicine guardians are beginning to accept that acupuncture is helpful for osteoarthritis pain, tai chi for fibromyalgia pain, spinal manippulation and yoga decreases chronic back pain. Because the western medical establishment has be so penalizing to traditional methods for curing ailments, the American public has taken matters in their own hands. There is widespread use of herbals today.
    St John's Wort is used for major depression, glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate for knee osteoarthritis, silymarin for chronic liver disease, saw palmetto for benign prostatic hyperplasia, ginkgo for early cognitive decline, and vitamin E and selenium to prevent prostate cancer.
    Herbal and alternative medicine focus on a cure and not the treatment of symptoms. Traditional medical practices require lifestyle changes that are incorporated into the treatment modality.

  • 00:31

    The Morning News with Danan -Wheat Crazy

    in News

     
    The Morning News with Danan is starting! On Today’s Show: Gingko Biloba – A Living Fossil, Is Wheat the Cause of Mental Illness?, Our Spirit Speaks the Loudest.
     
    Thanks for listening and sharing the show!
    DananWhiddon.com

  • 02:00

    Ask Herbal Health Susun Weed & Hololistic Living and Herbalism with Emily Ruff

    in Self Help

    Susun Weed shares her herbal medicine secrets - learn how to use herbs safely. Empower yourself with easy herbal remedies. This episode features a 30 minute interview with Emily Ruff the director of Florida School of Holistic Living. Emily is a community herbalist, health educator and runs the Florida Herbal Conference.
    Q&A with Susun Weed - this episode includes:
    • uterine fibroids and pregnancy ..
    • amazing results with nourishing herbal infusions..
    • got a goiter? eat seaweed-kombu, wakame and bladder wrack..
    • wild carrot seed for birth control..
    • comfrey leaf infusion eases the effects of lichen sclerosis..
    • gingko biloba tincture to kill ovarian cancer cells..
    • worlds leading liver loving herb is dandelion!
    • pregnancy and miscarriage..
    • saint joans wort oil to cure burns.
    • and more...listen to get all the details..
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

  • 01:00

    MetalSmith BenchTalk Past Favorites with Tom Herman

    in Art

    This Thursday, April 25th at 3 p.m. PST on MetalSmith BenchTalk, we'll be going back into the archives for one of our favorite past episodes- a chat from 2012 with artist and jeweler Tom Herman of Seven Fingers Jewelers.   About: Since he was a boy, Tom Herman has been an artist. In 1982, he channeled his artistic talents into his new business, Seven Fingers Jewelers, named for his own handprint after having lost three fingers as a child in a Minnesota farming accident. Over the last 30 years, Tom has become a master jewelry maker, renowned for his talents at working with precious stones, metal carving, and unique designs.   Tom’s timeless pieces are inspired by organic forms and geometric balance. In designs that centerpiece precious stones, Tom begins by searching through piles of opals, agates, or other precious materials to find unique stones that, in his words, “are able to take on a greater meaning”. With this vision, Tom cuts each stone and frames it in a way to bring out its natural beauty.   Not all Tom’s pieces focus on precious stones; his precious metal carving is spectacular enough to stand alone. Some of his most popular carvings, including laurel, oak, and ginkgo leaves, have been rendered in earrings, rings, cufflinks, brooches, and bracelets. Throughout his work, Tom has cultivated his talents and created pieces of art that will be worn and admired for many generations to come.   For more information about Tom and his work, visit http://www.sevenfingers.com.

  • 01:00

    Metalsmith Benchtalk with Guest Tom Herman

    in Art

    My Guest this Thursday, April 4th at 3 p.m. PDT/6EDT on MetalSmith BenchTalk is artist and jeweler Tom Herman of Seven Fingers Jewelers. About: Since he was a boy, Tom Herman has been an artist. In 1982, he channeled his artistic talents into his new business, Seven Fingers Jewelers, named for his own handprint after having lost three fingers as a child in a Minnesota farming accident. Over the last 30 years, Tom has become a master jewelry maker, renowned for his talents at working with precious stones, metal carving, and unique designs.Tom’s timeless pieces are inspired by organic forms and geometric balance. In designs that centerpiece precious stones, Tom begins by searching through piles of opals, agates, or other precious materials to find unique stones that, in his words, “are able to take on a greater meaning”. With this vision, Tom cuts each stone and frames it in a way to bring out its natural beauty.Not all Tom’s pieces focus on precious stones; his precious metal carving is spectacular enough to stand alone. Some of his most popular carvings, including laurel, oak, and ginkgo leaves, have been rendered in earrings, rings, cufflinks, brooches, and bracelets. Throughout his work, Tom has cultivated his talents and created pieces of art that will be worn and admired for many generations to come. For more information about Tom Herman and his work, visit http://www.sevenfingers.com.

  • 00:38

    The Effects of Natural Health Products On Vitiligo

    in Health

    Nathalie speaks with Dr. Orest Szczurko about his clinical trials testing the results of natural health products to cure and/or prompt repigmentation to the white patches of vitiligo.

  • 01:01

    MetalSmith BenchTalk with Tom Herman

    in Art

    My Guest this Thursday, December 6th at 3 p.m. PDT/6EDT on MetalSmith BenchTalk is artist and jeweler Tom Herman of Seven Fingers Jewelers.
     
    About: Since he was a boy, Tom Herman has been an artist. In 1982, he channeled his artistic talents into his new business, Seven Fingers Jewelers, named for his own handprint after having lost three fingers as a child in a Minnesota farming accident. Over the last 30 years, Tom has become a master jewelry maker, renowned for his talents at working with precious stones, metal carving, and unique designs.

    Tom’s timeless pieces are inspired by organic forms and geometric balance. In designs that centerpiece precious stones, Tom begins by searching through piles of opals, agates, or other precious materials to find unique stones that, in his words, “are able to take on a greater meaning”. With this vision, Tom cuts each stone and frames it in a way to bring out its natural beauty.

    Not all Tom’s pieces focus on precious stones; his precious metal carving is spectacular enough to stand alone. Some of his most popular carvings, including laurel, oak, and ginkgo leaves, have been rendered in earrings, rings, cufflinks, brooches, and bracelets. Throughout his work, Tom has cultivated his talents and created pieces of art that will be worn and admired for many generations to come.
     
    For more information about Tom and his work, visit http://www.sevenfingers.com.

  • 00:30

    To Your Health With Dr Dave Schneider

    in Nutrition

    Today's topics:  do mammograms cause breast cancer?; West Nile virus and Hantavirus updates; sleep medications; "junk" DNA; health hazard for children: brightly-colored detergent; too much high blood pressure; high blood pressure & stress; organic food--safer or not?; dementia and Alzheimer's and ginkgo.

  • 00:31

    Health Liberty: Herbs for the Eyes the Light of the Body

    in Health

    Bilberry helps protect the retina, it also helps improve poor night vision. Jujube also known as as a qi tonic to strengthen liver function, Euphrasia officianales (Eyebright)  is a special herb for eye. Ginkgo biloba is a well-researched herb that may improve retinal deterioration, Goji Berry have a long history of use in the treatment of eye problems. Passionflower helps relax the eyes' small blood vessels. Scientists studied bilberry and found it contained bioflavonoids called anthocyanosides. These antioxidant compounds help prevent free-radical damage and capillary fragility.
     Vitamin E - is a powerful antioxidant that has been showing to slow the onset of macular degeneration and protect the retina.
     Vitamin C - is another antioxidant that works with Vitamin E to protect tissues and improve eye health.
     Zinc - an essential mineral required by all cells in the body, zinc helps strengthen the cells of the eye.
      Fish oil - contains powerful compounds that can prevent macular degeneration and other eye problems.
    Scripture for the teaching:  The light of the body is the eye: if therefore thine eye be single, thy whole body shall be full of light. But if thine eye be evil, thy whole body shall be full of darkness. If therefore the light that is in thee be darkness, how great is that darkness! No man can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and mammon. ~Matthew 6 22-24
     

  • 01:00

    How Do You Go From a Zookeeper to a Girly Web Geek ?

    in Self Help

    Join our special guest, Lara Kulpa.--- Lara has been a plus size model, photographer for a volunteer fire department, personal trainer, lab technician for a biotech company, zookeeper, and retired racing greyhound rescuer.--- Finally, she's found her true calling, in her thirties no less! Though she knows that animals will always play an integral part in her life, Lara truly enjoys helping people find their place on the web, and helping them to develop and grow their businesses online.

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