Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of herbal health questions followed by a 30 minute interview with Eileen Workman. Author Eileen Workman graduated from Whittier College with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and minors in economics, history, and biology. She spent 16 years in the financial services industry as a Senior Vice President and financial adviser for Smith Barney. After experiencing a profound spiritual awakening in 2007, Ms. Workman left the financial services industry and dedicated herself to writing Sacred Economics: The Currency of Life as a means for inviting us to question our longstanding assumptions about the nature of capitalism. Her book places particular focus on the more destructive aspects of late-stage corporatism. Raindrops of Love for a Thirsty World is Ms. Workman’s second nonfiction offering, that was relaesed April 20th, 2017. In it, Workman summons the wisdom of the Life Force that flows within us all, and invites it to speak with us in its own words. The book inspires a healthy sense of self-love in the reader in order to propel them beyond suffering and into the fullest, most beautiful expression of themselves.Ms. Workman presently lives in the San Francisco Bay area with her husband, her son and daughter-in-law, and a menagerie of household pets.
this episode Q&A includes:
• bone set and Joe Pye Weed..
• there is no such thing as wasted time...
• some of the very best adaptogens are mushrooms..
• success story of healing a salivary gland cyst with chickweed and energy..
• extra virgin olive oil and pure olive oil...
• turkey tail preparations..
• psoriatic arthritis- relieve achiness with hypericum tincture and boneset tincture..
• prevent flu by eating lots of sauerkraut and take elderberry tincture..
• codonopsis-tonifies vital energy..