deepwater wrote:I found my first changa on a small birch not far from the grove
Al Hakim wrote:Hi Tessa,
I am a "conventional doctor" but am still maintainig - despite other comments - a holistic view. GPs like me have to admit that there sometimes are other more effective "alternative methods". That makes me very eager to learn about those other successful ways of healing.
N.B. "Al Hakim" means in Arabic language a sage and/or a healer
deepwater wrote:for any of you healers out there,, if your looking for hands on experience please contact me,,i have some knowledge of herbs and plants but i have a wealth of physical knowledge you can use
Willow_Whisper wrote:Greetings fair folk,
I am just started to learn about herbs and the healing properties. Any advice on which links, websites or books or practical know how would be most appricitated.
So far I have Coltsfoot, Fennel, Mugwort and St Johns Wort hanging up and some in dry format. What I want to be able to do is to harvest my own herbs and hang them to dry, but my kitchen is very cold. Any ideas?
Aphritha wrote:I don't know any cures, but I have the same problem. A preventive measure she can take is to drink pure cranberry juice daily. Cranberry caps work too. You can get them at a natural medicine store.
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