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Healthy Bones The Wise Woman Way

By Susun Weed on Oct 11, 2016

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.
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Category: Health & Healing
Tags: environmental crisis/solutions, foods for healing, herbs, wise woman ways

Dandelion Greens

By Rebecca Wood on Mar 25, 2016

Ahh, spring aromas wafting up from the warming earth. How I love foraging. In addition to the anticipation of the upcoming feast, there’s the thrill of the find, the pleasure of piling a basket with freely given gifts and a feeling of inter-relatedness that being outdoors engenders. Indeed, foraging is humankind’s oldest profession.
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Category: Food
Tags: foods for healing, recipes

Weeds in Your Garden? - That's Dinner, Darling!

By Susun Weed on Feb 9, 2016

I always say the gardener's best revenge is to eat the weeds. I've been doing it for thirty years and can testify that my health and the health of my garden has never been better. Here are a few hints for gardeners who'd rather eat their weeds than hate them (and for non-gardeners who are adventurous enough to try out nature's bounty)
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Category: Food
Tags: foods for healing, herbs, wise woman ways

Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)

By Rebecca Wood on Jan 30, 2016

A common sense approach to understanding ADD. Learn how you can give your child a healthful treatment option through supplements and natural foods.
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Category: Health & Healing
Tags: foods for healing

Steamed Quinoa

By Rebecca Wood on Jul 7, 2014

All you need to know about cooking quinoa, a most nutritious whole grain with ease.
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Category: Food
Tags: foods for healing, recipes

Lemon Chest Compress

By LILIPOH on Jun 30, 2014

Hot Lemon Chest Compress—to help overcome a lingering cough, a stubborn chest congestion and asthmatic wheezing.
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Category: Health & Healing
Tags: anthroposophy, foods for healing

Foods that Counter Stress

By Rebecca Wood on Apr 16, 2012

Counter stress in your lives simply by following this wonderful nutrition advice from Rebecca Wood.
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Category: Food
Tags: foods for healing, recipes

Radioprotective Effects of Holy Basil (Tulsi)

By Joie Power Ph.D. on Jul 13, 2011

Can Tulsi Tea REALLY Protect Against Radiation Sickness? There has been little public mention of the well documented radioprotective effects of Holy Basil, which is also known in its native India as Tulsi. Tulsi is venerated in India as one of the most sacred herbs and has been used there for thousands of years as a principle herb of the Ayurvedic tradition. Learn more about the radioprotective effects of Holy Basil.
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Category: Health & Healing
Tags: ayurveda, foods for healing, herbs

Surviving Radiation the Wise Woman Way

By Susun Weed on May 5, 2011

We are adapted to survive mild exposures to radiation. Whether you are worried about the radiation from dental x-rays, a mammogram, or fallout, here are some Wise Woman Ways to help you stay healthy.
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Category: Health & Healing
Tags: foods for healing, herbs, wise woman ways

Herbs for Hags

By Susun Weed on Oct 3, 2010

"I'm so glad I'm finally old. Sadly, many of my friends don't like me to use that word. They say they don't want to be 'old'. I think what they really mean is they don't want to be the kind of old that's infirm and dependent. I agree." Read Susun's take on being a Crone Elder.
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Category: Health & Healing
Tags: cancer - tools for healing, foods for healing, meditation, wise woman ways, yoga

Herbal Pharmacy

By Susun Weed on Aug 11, 2010

Here is everything you need to start making those herbal infusions, tinctures & medicines from your garden right now, with clear & simple instructions.
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Category: Global News
Tags: aromatherapy, energy medicine, flower essences, foods for healing, herbal tinctures/healing products, herbs, wise woman ways

Grape Compote

By Rebecca Wood on Aug 3, 2010

This sweet yet savory compote is high in invaluable antioxidants and therefore exceptionally healthful. But first things first, it tastes delicious and is quick and easy to make. Purple or red grapes will yield a stellar purple or red color.
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Category: Food
Tags: foods for healing, recipes

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