Fertility After Forty

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"More and more women are waiting until their late 30's, early 40's, even late 40's, to have children. Is this too late?" Read on for answers to this question and more.

Owned by Illness: An Anthroposophical Approach to Wellness

Anthroposophical medicine sees the spirit as the conductor of our life's symphony and the instruments as our physical attributes. When we experience illness, we need to adjust our life rhythms with herbs, dance, massage, painting and oil baths.

Menopausal Years, the Wise Woman Way

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Menopause is a period of transition and metamorphosis, like puberty. It consists of three stages: isolation, melt down, and emergence. Each stage calls forth new energies and new perceptions of ourselves.

Can Breast Cancer Be Prevented?

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We can help prevent breast cancer as individuals by listening to our bodies, paying attention to the Wise Healer Within, and taking control of our diets and lifestyles.

Wise Woman Ways to Boost Your Energy

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Even if you provide yourself with very high quality nutrients and use your energy wisely, you may still feel unreasonably tired.

Healthy Bones The Wise Woman Way

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In the Wise Woman Tradition, we focus on the patient, not the problem. The more we focus on disease, even disease prevention, the less likely we are to know how to nourish health-wholeness-holiness.

Ten Tips For Women With PMS

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Water retention, mood swings, sore breasts, and indigestion are problems experienced by many women in the week preceding menstruation. Here are a few tips from Susun Weed's best-selling book, "NEW Menopausal Years the Wise Woman Way (Alternatives for Women 30-90)" to help ease these discomforts.

Hot Colds and Cold Colds: Winter Health

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Read reknown herbalist Susun Weed's wise words of wisdom to prevent the flu in your family or lesson its effects. "Preventing colds and the flu can be summed up in three words: Wash your hands. The viruses that cause colds and the flu most readily enter our bodies by means of our hands. Wash your hands after shopping. Remind your children to wash their hands as soon as they come home from school. A little "hysterical hygiene" goes a long way to keeping colds at bay."

Tibetan Medicine: The Knowledge of Healing

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When China annexed Tibet in the '50s, it outlawed Tibetan medicine, imprisoning and executing the practitioners in the process. Yet Tibetan medicine lives -- worldwide!