Marysia Miernowska is a teacher, author, Earth activist, green witch, folk herbalist and healer rooted in the Wise Woman Tradition of Healing. She has spent her life traveling, learning and sharing different regenerative ways of tending to the Earth, healing land, and healing people. She is the Director of the School of the Sacred Wild and author of The Witch's Herbal Apothecary.Together, we have conversation about our beloved crystals, particularly how to be with our stones and how to return them to the Earth.We discuss how the mining industry harms the planet, how to make gem essences, and why rituals for embodied Earth healing are always available to us.This conversation invites us all into deeper relationship with the Earth, not by collecting crystals to keep for ourselves but by returning them to receive earthly wisdom.More from Marysia:Buy Marysia's book, The Witch's Herbal ApothecaryMarysia's website, School of the Sacred WildMarysia on Instagram @marysia_miernowskaResources:Dori Midnight on Stone RematriationJoanna Macy
The Wise Woman Map of Life & Love To study with Corinna from home this fall in her upcoming course, The Wise Woman Map of Life & Love, CLICK HERE. Use coupon code HERBRALLY for $100 off! Enrollment window: September 1-9, 2022 Links mentioned in this episode: Blog article : Mugwort — a magical herb of the moon goddess For your kitchen: Wise Woman Medicine Making Chart Free mini-course: Walking the Wise (and wild!) Woman Path through Your Autumn Years JOIN WAITLIST ~ THE WISE WOMAN MAP OF LIFE & LOVE In today's episode you'll hear from Corinna Wood, who's been teaching for 30 years in the Wise Woman Tradition—from herbs to self love. Corinna founded and directed the Southeast Wise Women Herbal Conference and Red Moon Herbs for many years. She now supports earth-based women worldwide with wise woman tools for inner growth and healing for navigating the transitions and seasons of your life. We're delighted to have Corinna with us to share about one of her beloved herbal allies—mugwort. Listen today to Corinna's 3 favorite ways to incorporate mugwort into daily life. You'll get tips and tricks for identifying, harvesting, and preparing this magical medicinal herb. Thank you for listening! HerbRally www.herbrally.com You can now follow us on TikTok! @herbrally or CLICK HERE
Natalie sits down with her teacher, mentor and friend, Marysia Miernowska. Natalie's life changed when she studied with Marysia 3 years ago, a time when she was opened to Astrology and magick through Marysia's teaching. Marysia is an herbalist, author, Earth Activist and the director of The School of The Sacred Wild. They discuss connecting with other realms, how working with plants brings more purpose, shamanism, what it means to be a green witch, and so much more. Join Marysia's School of The Sacred Wild beginning September 3, 2022: https://www.schoolofthesacredwild.com/Marysia Miernowska is an herbalist, teacher, author, Earth activist, gardener, and green witch rooted in the Wise Woman Tradition of Healing. Her work and devotional practices are centered around the mission of supporting a deepening of the love and regenerative relationship between Earth and People, for the mutual healing of both human and plant communities. Marysia is the director of The School of The Sacred Wild, and runs a yearly online Apprenticeship teaching herbal medicine, regenerative farming practices, Earth magick, holistic healing and plant spirit communication. A multicultural and multilingual devotee of Mother Earth, Marysia has grown up internationally and traveled extensively, learning different ways of tending to the Earth and sharing regenerative, grass roots Earth medicine. As an activist, she draws on her background of community organizing; she keeps her feet rooted by designing and tending medicinal and sacred gardens using permaculture and biodynamic practices. She consults herbal companies and farms, formulates natural remedies, writes, speaks and teaches internationally. She has authored the book, “The Witch's Herbal Apothecary: Rituals & Recipes for a Year of Earth Magick and Sacred Medicine Making”. And is the formulator and cofounder of @rituelbeauty, an all organic regenerative anti aging skin care line. You can follow Marysia on instagram @Marysia_Miernowska, and sign up for her 10 month long Apprenticeship by visiting The School of the Sacred Wild website: www.schoolofthesacredwild.com ✨Book a $188 reading with Natalie, on sale during Leo Season using code: leoseasonhttps://www.risewithnatalie.com/offers/oDPThoft/checkout✨Want to learn how to read your chart? Get the Video Tutorial and PDF guide you've been hearing about! 2.5 hours of content and Astrology training so you can become an expert in reading your chart!https://www.risewithnatalie.com/offers/PXAct6f6/checkout✨Join us on Patreon to get exclusives. Join here: https://www.patreon.com/risewithnatalie✨Want to transform your unconscious mind? Try out Psych-K to create the life of your dreams, and break through your subconscious blocks:https://natalieholbrookwellness.com/shop/single-psych-k-session/Listeners get $99 off with code cosmicearth✨Interested in 1:1 Coaching, Apply to Natalie's Astrologically-based signature program:Sacred Soul Arising, https://natalieholbrookwellness.com/ssa/
Today’s episode is about how to heal through seasonal herbs and listening to the body wisdom with Marysia Miernowska, an herbalist, teacher, author, Earth activist, gardener, and green witch rooted in the Wise Woman Tradition of Healing. I’ve had the pleasure of meeting Marysia and some of her students, and she is an incredible teacher and healer. She teaches herbal medicine, regenerative farming practices, Earth magick and holistic healing and is the creator of The School of The Sacred Wild. Her work and devotional practices are centered around the mission of supporting a deepening of the love and regenerative relationship between Earth and People, for the mutual healing of both human and plant communities Marysia makes herbal medicine, runs a yearly apprenticeship program, consults on regenerative land care, designs gardens, formulates for natural healing companies, curates educational events, writes, speaks and teaches internationally. She has authored the book, “The Witch’s Herbal Apothecary: Rituals & Recipes for a Year of Earth Magick and Sacred Medicine Making”. You can follow Marysia on instagram @Marysia_Miernowska. We dive into the following and so much more: ✅ What the seasons have to teach us for our own wellness ✅ What it means to live with the seasons ✅ What it means to eat with the seasons ✅ What some of her favorite rituals are ✅ Some of her daily go-to herbs and why ✅ Some of the herbs we should be eating or drinking per season and why ✅ What it means to be a “Wise Woman”? I want to thank our sponsors Athletic Greens, who have created AG1, one of the most innovative packets of supplements, including 75 high-quality vitamins, minerals, whole-food sourced superfoods, probiotics, and adaptogens to help you start your day right. If you purchase today, you’ll get a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/yasmeen. Please tag us and tell us what you loved! You can follow @Gateways_To_Awakening on Instagram or Facebook if you’d like to stay connected.
The Wise Woman Tradition of healing is a dramatically different way to approach health and healing. If enduring energy, freedom from pain and chronic problems, and a long, healthy life is your goal, this fascinating and informative session is for you. You'll learn about the three traditions of healing – Scientific fixing, Heroic cleansing, and Wise Woman nourishing – how to recognize them in yourself and others and how to use them to your best advantage to get the health care that works best for you.We'll discuss the difference between holistic and wholistic medicine, why alternative medicine is not always complementary medicine, and the truth behind the supplements. You'll discover how easy it can be to choose the simplest, safest remedies for your problems, and liven up your sex life, too. Susun's stories, songs, and mind-altering facts will change your health, and your life!Presentation from the 2016 Ozark Mountain Transformation Conference.
Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of herbal health questions followed by a 30 minute interview with Herbalist Brighid Doherty. Brighid Doherty is an herbalist honoring the Wise Woman Tradition of Healing. For more than two decades, Brighid has worked with plants in a variety of ways; as a student and a teacher, a gardener and a forager, a medicine maker and health consultant. She has had many herbalist mentors including Susun Weed, Rosemary Gladstar, Katja Swift, and KP Khalsa. She offers information and inspiration to the home herbalist through herbal workshops, herb walks, and The Healthy Herb Podcast. Brighid founded The Solidago School of Herbalism in 2018. She offers an online course, called Nourish Yourself, teaching how to infuse common herbs, in simple ways, into daily life. Brighid inspires people to be more self-reliant in their health and healing process. She teaches how they can bring herbal medicine into their lives by relating to plants in their bodies, kitchens, gardens, and the wild. https://www.solidagoherbschool.com
Brighid answers your questions about what herbs help relieve stress, anxiety, and head colds. Plus what wild foods you can eat in the winter and early spring and what is The Wise Woman Tradition of Healing. Website: https://www.solidagoherbschool.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/solidagoherbschool email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Arielle Hayat is a clinical herbalist and a magical creature that we can all learn from. For she is filled with endless knowledge about human's real best ally; Plants. She completed her 1000 hour apprenticeship with 30+ year Wise Woman herbalist Lata Kennedy of Flower Power Herbs and Roots focusing on the Six Steps of Healing of the Wise Woman Tradition, where she still works today. She spent four years as a resident herbalist at wellness Haven, The Alchemist's Kitchen and she continues to work at Flower Power and HigherDose where she is able to empower and guide numerous people in her community to a healthier lifestyle that focuses on wellness from the inside out. Her education in natural plant medicine weaves the methodologies of Chinese medicine, Ayurveda, Native American folk, European herbalism, and The Wise Woman tradition (the oldest tradition of healing on our planet) to nourish the mind, body and soul of her clientele. Arielle's specialty lies in protocols and custom formulations for helping the body adapt to stress, and addressing mental wounds caused by the affects of tension and anxiety. She also sees clients with issues related to gut/ digestion, immune system, viral infections, adrenals, hormones and more. Through their work together, Arielle's clients rediscover their inner peace, and experience profound emotional and physical transformation through lifestyle, diet, and herbs. Arielle and Mel discuss some of the herbs she finds beneficial for her clients, they discuss HPV and fertility, and some of the hot spots listed above where you can check out one on one the power of herbs. You can also contact Arielle on her website here. She mentioned Sacred Fertility Food as well for fertility. Arielle recommends reading Healing Wise by Susan Weed, The Practice of Traditional Western Herbalism by Matthew Wood, The Gift of Herbal Healing by Robin Rose Bennett and The Web That Has No Weaver by Ted Kaptchuk. Try using Overdrive to read for free. All you need is a library card! Write down and download all the book recommendations in this podcast for continued listening and exploration of this topic. Also head over to melrosemoney for the financial blog on this topic as well. Correction - Mel cited Maca as an ingredient in makeup. She was mistaken for Mica, which is totally toxic and should be avoided. These are not the same thing. One is magical and the other is dangerous.
In this week's episode, we revisit a past conversation that feels incredibly timely with Marysia Miernowska (@marysia_miernowska) who is a teacher, author, green witch, folk herbalist, and healer rooted in the Wise Woman Tradition of Healing. Born in Poland and running an herbal school in California, she carries with her a lineage of European folk herbalism and passion for regenerating the lands she lives on and loves. Through her work in healing, education, and regenerative land practices, Marysia seeks to support the blossoming of a nourishing relationship between people and the living Earth. Join our Patreon to support the show and get the BONUS secret episode with Marysia Miernowska: 3 Herbs to Work With for Vitality and Renewal! What we chat about: Diversity in the Garden Our gut is the soil of the Earth Monocrop vs. Regenerative Agriculture How Earth care relates to self-care Honoring the seasons and the cycles of nature Soil as the solution to change on our planet Community Supported Agriculture Learn more about Marysia's work here! Special thanks to our sponsors! CLARYTI CLARYTI is the complete zero waste home cleaning solution made with all-natural ingredients provided by Mother Nature. Founded and created by Nixie Marie. Raise the vibes of your home with CLARYTI! Tribe love: Intro music created by Deya Dova www.deyadova.com Mid-roll & Outro Music created by Saritah IG @saritahmusic FB saritah.official SPOTIFY https://open.spotify.com/artist/6uY5fL10UMBGn5d03v6eKN?si=hv1T5XQGRTGTlA8fdriLHA www.saritah.com Podcast Production by Ease of Mind Co. email@example.com https://www.easeofmind.co/
When we first met Adrienne Fisher, Founder of Meraki Nomad, we were instantly transported to a sacred space where magic is possible. We absolutely loved hearing about how she connects to plant spirits and about her training in the Wise Woman Tradition of Healing, Herbalism, and Holistic Healing. Her ceremonial oils are incredibly special and deeply transformative. She invites us all to slow down, embrace ritual, and nurture our beautiful bodies and we happily accept her invitation. Topics We Discuss: Plant Medicine Holistic Healing Sacred Oil Massage In the Episode, We Learn: Adrienne’s heritage includes Lebanese, Irish, Indigenous American. About her childhood memories that included talking to trees and rivers. About her fashion background and how that led to her love of indigenous cultures. How she connects and calls in plant spirits. How different plants can positively affect your nervous system. About the Wise Woman Tradition of Healing. The story of how Meraki Nomad was founded. How she creates her oils through ceremony with the plants. How she channeled her transformative Snake Skin Body Scrub. Her experience receiving advice from her plant allies. How she invites people to create a ritual with her oils. Adrienne’s personal oil ritual. Why she created Oil of the Sisters and Light of the Dove and their medicinal aspects. Resources: Adrienne’s IG MerakiNomad.com Use code REALGIRLLOVE for 20% off Meraki Nomad Products. Gaia School of Healing Meraki Nomad Oil of the Sisters Meraki Nomad Snake Skin Body Scrub Benshen Course - The Art of the Radiant Woman Course Plant Spirit Medicine by Eliot Cowan Mary Magdalene Revealed by Meggan Watterson A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness Affiliates: OSEA Malibu non-toxic skincare Living Libations organic and wildcrafted
In 2014, The United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) reported that global soils were degrading at an alarming rate and predicted that there might only be 60 harvests left before the world's topsoil and soil fertility was basically eradicated. While there is some disagreement around this assessment, most will concur that continuing soil degradation at current rates will further exacerbate climate change and exhaust our global capacity to grow food for the world's burgeoning 7 billion plus population. We are losing the world's topsoil at an alarming rate of 30 football fields of soil per minute, which can largely be attributed to modern farming practices, especially the use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides, as well as widespread deforestation. This episode explores ecological succession as a means to foster our deeper understanding of the cycle of & purpose behind regenerating soil. Given the state of our planet, understanding succession, can aid us in becoming more attuned and aware stewards, and more effective participants in restoring ecosystems, increasing biodiversity, balancing the hydrological cycle, and nourishing the soil food web. Linda Gibbs is owner and principal land manager of The Gardens at the world famous Woodshed Recording Studio in Malibu [https://WoodshedRecording.com/]. Linda’s depth of knowledge and experience in using the six regenerative soil principles, is applied to her practice and teaching of Permaculture, Biodynamics, and the Wise Woman Tradition of Healing. She is an ardent soil advocate for Kiss the Ground, a founding member of the grassroots soil restoration group, Soil Sponge Collective [https://www.soilspongecollective.org/], and a former teacher of the Gaia School of Healing in California. She serves as a presenter and speaker on ecosystem restoration and offers a weekly Zoom Q & A on soil. Her home burned down in the Woolsey fire of 2018, however, the gardens and studio survived. Following this event, Linda dedicated herself to teaching others about fire resilience in ecosystems and buildings, and how Woodshed Gardens and Woodshed Recording Studio remain a green oasis due to the Soil carbon sponge. Website: http://woodshedgardens.com Linda on EJR: https://www.wilderutopia.com/sustainability/regenerative-responses-growing-the-soil-carbon-sponge/ More: https://gardenerd.com/blog/field-trip-permaculture-biodynamic-garden/ Podcast Website: http://ecojusticeradio.org/ Podcast Blog: https://www.wilderutopia.com/category/ecojustice-radio/ Support the Podcast: https://socal350.org/contribute-to-socal-350-climate-action/ Interview by Carry Kim Intro by Jessica Aldridge Engineer: Blake Lampkin Executive Producer: Jack Eidt Show Created by Mark and JP Morris Music: Javier Kadry Episode 90 Photo courtesy of Linda Gibbs
Have you ever had a teacher who changed your life? I’ve been lucky to have many wonderful teachers through life and Lisa Ganora is certainly one of them who transformed my health and world. And the stories she shares in this interview may very likely benefit you to transform how you treat your body, the food you eat, and the water that keeps you fluid. A reminder that I am offering a concise version of the episodes for the public and the full-length episodes for Patreon supporters. www.Patreon.com/thymeinthestudioIn this concise talk, Lisa shares a simple way to deal with addictive patterns in our lives and tips for budding herbalists. We also touch on her favorite remedy for anxiety and how to get in the right relationship with water. For patrons at the $3 level and above you can listen to the full conversation which includes discussions about the endocannabinoid system and the energetics of cannabis her journeys as a sailor and travels in New Zealand where she encountered tree-sized ferns. Lisa directed the Colorado School of Clinical Herbalism for many years and has taught at conferences around the world. And wrote a great book, Herbal Constituents. She also started a Herb farm and healing wellness center in Paonia. Thanks so much for listening and for being here. If you enjoy this episode please feel free to screenshot it and share it to your ig stories and let me know your thoughts. Or share it with one friend who you think it would resonate with. Big shout out to Corrina Repp for the show music the intro is part of “Release me” and the outro is part of Need You/Don’t Need You.” Lisa Ganora | CSCH FacultyLisa began studying herbs in the Wise Woman Tradition back in 1986 and fell profoundly in love with medicinal plants and natural healing. While studying wildcrafting and medicine-making with traditional herbalists from New England to the Appalachian Mountains for ten years, she began creating herbal products and traveled the festival circuit with an herb booth and as a workshop presenter.In 1997 Lisa decided to study botany, chemistry, and health sciences at the University of North Carolina, Asheville and graduated with the highest honors and several awards. Lisa combines a deep understanding of traditional, Vitalist herbalism with a scientifically-integrated and holistic approach to natural health.In addition to directing CSCH, Lisa was an Adjunct Professor of Pharmacognosy at the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, Arizona, and has lectured and taught classes at numerous schools and conferences around the U.S. She is the author of Herbal Constituents, the standard textbook of phytochemistry for herbalists. For more information, see Lisa’s CV at HerbalConstituents.com. Lisa Ganora linkshttps://clinicalherbalism.com/https://www.elderberrysfarm.com/https://herbalconstituents.com/Thyme in the Studio links:https://www.patreon.com/thymeinthestudiohttps://www.etsy.com/shop/AidaZeaArtshttps://www.instagram.com/thymeinthestudiopodcast/https://www.instagram.com/aida.zea.arts/https://www.facebook.com/groups/403582056803336/www.thymeinthestudio.comhttps://www.aidazea.com OOh and thanks to Corrina for allowing me to play part of her song, “Release Me” for the intro. Listen to the end to her part of another song, “Need you/Don’t Need You”
Today we’ll hear from Brighid Doherty of The Solidago School of Herbalism on her upcoming online course, Nourish Yourself. This course teaches you how to incorporate common herbs, in simple ways, into daily life. Brighid inspires people to be more self-reliant in their health and healing process, and she teaches the home herbalist how to bring herbal medicine into their lives by relating to plants in their bodies, kitchens, gardens, and the wild. The next course starts October 6th and runs through mid-December. Click here to find out more! For more from Brighid, visit her on Facebook and Instagram. Brighid Doherty is an herbalist honoring the Wise Woman Tradition. She resides on Deer Isle, a bridged-island in Downeast Maine. Brighid is a passionate herbal health educator and a professional gardener. She is the founder of The Solidago School of Herbalism. Brighid began her connection with herbs while playing in her mother’s gardens as a child, their scents and beauty attracting her curiosity. For the past two decades, Brighid has worked with medicinal plants in a variety of ways; as a student and a teacher, a gardener and a forager, a medicine maker and health consultant. She received a BA focused in Organic Agriculture and Herbal Medicine from Evergreen State College. She has had many wonderful herbalist mentors including Susun Weed, Rosemary Gladstar, Katja Swift, and KP Khalsa. She teaches a variety of workshops for the home herbalist, including medicinal plant walks, herbal spas, an Herbs for Health series, and hands-on medicine making. Brighid also offers an online course, called Nourish Yourself. Thanks for listening! HerbRally www.herbrally.com
Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of herbal health questions followed a 30 minute interview with her guest, Brighid Doherty. Brighid Doherty is an herbalist honoring the Wise Woman Tradition. She resides on Deer Isle, a bridged-island in Downeast Maine. Brighid is a passionate herbal health educator and a professional gardener. She is the founder of The Solidago School of Herbalism. Brighid began her connection with herbs while playing in her mother's gardens as a child, their scents and beauty attracting her curiosity. For the past two decades, Brighid has worked with medicinal plants in a variety of ways; as a student and a teacher, a gardener and a forager, a medicine maker and health consultant. She received a BA focused in Organic Agriculture and Herbal Medicine from Evergreen State College. She has had many wonderful herbalist mentors including Susun Weed, Rosemary Gladstar, Katja Swift, and KP Khalsa. She teaches a variety of workshops for the home herbalist, including medicinal plant walks, herbal spas, an Herbs for Health series, and hands-on medicine making. Brighid also offers an online course, called Nourish Yourself. This course teaches how to incorporate common herbs, in simple ways, into daily life. Brighid inspires people to be more self-reliant in their health and healing process. She teaches the home herbalist how to bring herbal medicine into their lives by relating to plants in their bodies, kitchens, gardens, and the wild. Q &A topics in this episode include: preventing & dealing with COVID19ganglion cystnerve painmuscle spasmsendometriosis/ fallopian tube blockagePTSDexercisedrying corn silkankle paincoronavirus vaccine/ flu vaccinetesticular cancerhibiscus infusionprobiotics
In this week's episode, Nixie Marie sits down with Marysia Miernowska (@marysia_miernowska) who is a teacher, author, green witch, folk herbalist, and healer rooted in the Wise Woman Tradition of Healing. Born in Poland and running an herbal school in California, she carries with her a lineage of European folk herbalism and passion for regenerating the lands she lives on and loves. Through her work in healing, education, and regenerative land practices, Marysia seeks to support the blossoming of a nourishing relationship between people and the living Earth. Join our Patreon to support the show and get the BONUS secret episode with Marysia Miernowska: 3 Herbs to Work With for Vitality and Renewal! What we chat about: Diversity in the Garden Our gut is the soil of the Earth Monocrop vs. Regenerative Agriculture How Earth care relates to self-care Honoring the seasons and the cycles of nature Soil as the solution to change on our planet Community Supported Agriculture Learn more about Marysia’s work here! Sign up for her latest apprenticeship course The School of the Sacred Wild Get 10% OFF her course using code: NUEARTH Special thanks to our sponsors! CLARYTI CLARYTI is the complete zero waste home cleaning solution made with all-natural ingredients provided by Mother Nature. Founded and created by Nixie Marie. Raise the vibes of your home with CLARYTI! Tribe love: Intro music created by Deya Dova www.deyadova.com Mid-roll & Outro Music created by Saritah IG @saritahmusic FB saritah.official SPOTIFY https://open.spotify.com/artist/6uY5fL10UMBGn5d03v6eKN?si=hv1T5XQGRTGTlA8fdriLHA www.saritah.com Podcast Production by Ease of Mind Co. firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.easeofmind.co/
In this episode, Jessica welcomes the first guest to share their story on the Luminary Woman Podcast, Nicole Renee Matthews. Nicole is a mother, partner, herbalist, and apprentice for Susun Weed of the Wise Woman Way — and also happens to be one of Jessica's best friends. Nicole comes on to share her story as it intersects with lifestyle medicine, story medicine, the embrace of her instinctual nature, and the ongoing remembrance of the Wise Woman Way. At the heart of the conversation is the freedom that awaits us when we stop pathologizing our bodies, our childhoods, our intimate relationships, and our suffering, and finally let our hearts rest with no answer to the question why. This episode covers: The Heroic Tradition vs. the Wise Woman Tradition as it relates to wellness, healing, and relationships. How the heroic model uses story as self-punishment and teaches us to relates to ourselves as projects or failures. Daily rhythms to cultivate heart-resonance with the plant world. The importance of extending compassion to our animal selves. Nicole's story as to how letting go of her attempts to save her relationship saved her relationship. If Nicole's story resonated with you and you'd like to connect or learn more about how to get started with learning the Wise Woman Way, you can find Nicole on Instagram at: @nnrlu If this episode inspired you to come on the podcast and share your story, please email Jessica at: email@example.com For more information regarding Jessica's programs or her upcoming Rewild Retreat to Peru next February, please visit: luminarywoman.com
I spent the weekend listening to the wonderful herbalist and Wise Woman healer, Susun Weed, about the Seven Rivers of Healing. Each week in my midwifery program, we have to give a short presentation on a specific topic, and this week I was assigned the Wise Woman Tradition of Healing and how it applies to birth, which I was excited for because Susun Weed has such an insightful way with the words she uses to speak about the Wise Woman Traditions and they are also very steeped in Chinese philosophy and medicine, one of my other favorite topics to study.In fact, as I was going through her books again and listening to one of her Seven Rivers of Healing courses, I was inspired to create a mini Wise Woman Tradition course in my own online childbirth education program. So I just wanted to share some of this inspiring information with you here so it can serve you on your pregnancy and birth journey as well while I work on developing this new mini-course to provide another perspective of health and birth and how to own your own birth experience. If you love it and want to dive in deeper, you can find out more about my online childbirth program at NaturalBirthCompass.com/Course. If you are already in my childbirth course, then you will automatically get access to this course when it is ready!The Seven Rivers go like this:Do Nothing|Embrace Emptiness|Serenity MedicineCollect Information|Investigate Options|Story Medicine Engage Energy|Restore Energetic Connections|Mind MedicineNourish & Tone|Strengthen & Feed|Lifestyle MedicineStimulate & Sedate|Incite Strong Response|Alternative MedicineTake Pills|Ingest Drugs|Pharmaceutical MedicineBreak & Enter|Destroy & Remove Obstructions|High-Tech MedicinePast episodes mentioned in this episode:#11: Strength in the Birth Room & Beyond#17: Herbs in Pregnancy Part 1__________________________If you want to get started working with me to prepare for you natural birth, you can visit NaturalBirthCompass.com/course to learn about my online childbirth preparation course and if it aligns with your vision for your birth, you can join right away with the on-demand content and join in for our monthly group coaching calls.
Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of herbal health questions followed by a 30 minute interview with Emilee Amara. Emilee is committed to bringing more beauty, balance, and vitality into your life with the Wise Woman Tradition. She focuses on wholeness and nurturing to bring forth well being. She is anholistic esthetician, herbalist, and educator for Eminence Organic Skincare. She is also curating a spa in the middle of the forest this Summer for an all womens gathering called The Origins Gathering. As a former apprentice of Susuns, she is proud to identify as a green Witch and was initiated at The Wise Woman Center in New York in 2016. Since her time with Susun, she has gone on to introduce hundreds of people to nourishing herbal infusions and has even led apprenticeship programs herself. She continues to walk the plant path and practice her witchy ways out of her boutique apothecary, Wild N Rooted. She resides with her wild child rescue in Los Angeles, Ca. For more info visit here: WWW.WILDNROOTED.COM
ep. #4 Marysia Miernowska teaches herbalism through the Gaia School of Healing and regenerative land practices in California. She is the master herbalist and owner of Wild Love Apothecary and was named one of the "top 15 witches on Instagram" (@marysia_miernowska). As an herbalist, witch, biodynamic gardener, and Plant Spirit Medicine Practitioner, she is rooted in the Wise Woman Tradition of Healing. Marysia teaches and speaks at conferences internationally on herbal medicine, plant shamanism, regenerative farming practices, and Earth Magick. Marysia has been busy over the past year - she released her book, The Witch's Herbal Apothecary in January 2020. I have the book and find it is a rich resource for recipes, rituals, and guidance in reconnecting with the power and healing of Earth Magick.Marysia has also recently launched an amazing face serum, made from completely organic ingredients. You can find more info on that at Rituel.com or Rituel on Instagram. Spring is approaching and Marysia has a sweet write up about wildcrafting or harvesting from the wild. Click here to check that out on her blog. Marysia also has a post on her blog about the Wise Women Tradition of healing (click here) and recommends further reading with The Chalice and the Blade by Raine Eisler. Highlights from this episode: Impacts of disconnection from and extraction of the earth What leads to burn out and where does "death" belongHow to honor your teachers The Wise Woman Tradition of HealingWhere to find sources of unconditional love Heart-opening, nervine relaxant herbs and teas Finding how to birth your own medicine Growing practices for mutual healing of humans and the earth Why not to pull weeds If you enjoy this episode, I can't recommend Marysia's book highly enough. It dives into all of this so much more deeply and weaves in so much more!Marysia's links: Wild Love Apothecary Instagram Her Book: The Witch's Herbal Apothecary Organic, clean face serum www.Rituel.com Gaia School of Healing and Earth Education with Sage Maurer Online course (for the first time ever) - A Year of Gaia Book mentioned by Marysia on the three models of healing, including the Wise Woman Tradition: Healing Wise by Susan Weed My website: www.thewildandwise.com The blog: www.thewildandwise.com/blog Email me at TheWildandWise@pm.me Support the show
Today's sponsor is Feals Today's Show When we empower girls and women, we empower families and communities to thrive. Join us as we learn more about just how powerful intentional nature-based rites of passage can be for girls living in today's world and the caregivers who raise them. Whether you have a daughter or not, today's guest will inspire you to connect with nature and perhaps create a spark of joy as a result. Lorene Wapotich is the Founder of Celebrating Her Rite and Feet on the Earth Programs. She has dedicated her life to connecting people with nature, self, community, and the magic of life through deep nature-connection mentoring and community-based rites of passage. Lorene is a dynamic teacher, passionate speaker, and national lecturer and workshop leader on girls coming of age ceremonies and rites of passage. She has over 25 years experience as an outdoor educator, wilderness guide, and herbalist in the Wise Woman Tradition. Lorene holds a Bachelors Degree in Wilderness Leadership and Natural History Education from Prescott College, and a Masters in Education from Lesley University with a focus on girls' development, nature-based mentoring, and rites of passage. What We'll Learn Where the phrase “rites of passage” comes from and what it means. How we can empower girls and women to boost confidence, courage and grit by challenging them to overcome limitations and celebrate their accomplishments. How the elements (earth, air, water, fire) of the natural world can guide the process of personal growth and exploration. How to discover or reclaim your passion. What are the many benefits of spending time in nature? Resources Mentioned Today's show sponsor: Feals premium CBD Connect with Lorene Wapotich: Lorene's Author Facebook Page Celebrating her Rite Facebook Feet on the Earth- Facebook Page Instagram- Feet on the Earth Website Thank you for Listening It is a true honor to bring this podcast to you and I am so grateful that you took the time to listen. If you enjoyed the show, please share it with your friends and family. The JOY Factor Podcast Do you have a second to complete this brief listener survey? It helps our show track who is listening so we can create topics of interest to you! http://survey.libsyn.com/thejoyfactorpodcast Brought to You by: Feels Something for Everyone
Marysia Miernowska's book, "The Witch's Herbal Apothecary just came out! Marysia teaches herbalism through the Gaia School of Healing and regenerative land practices in California. We talk about how she found her way into what is called the Wise Woman Tradition of Healing, the seasonal cycles of the earth and how we as humans need to follow them more and allow ourselves rest, the medicinal properties of the weeds growing all around us and so much more!You can find more detailed show notes and links to things we mention at https://yourjoyologist.com/podcast-marysia-miernowska/ and from me in general at https://yourjoyologist.com and @yourjoyologist on Instagram/Twitter/FacebookYou can find Marysia @marysia_miernowska and @thegaiaschoolofhealing and www.gaiaschoolofhealing.comGet her new book The Witch's Herbal Apothecary: Rituals & Recipes for a Year of Earth Magick and Sacred Medicine MakingCheck out the Higher Dose Infared Sauna Blanket and use code JOY75 for $75 offGo get + gift my daily inspiration app OWN YOUR AWESOME and check out my product line here!
On this episode we connect with Adrienne Fisher founder of Meraki Nomad. Adrienne is a daughter of the plants, messenger of the earth, herbalist, and nomadic butterfly. She has trained in the Wise Woman Tradition of Healing and with this knowledge we explore communicating and living in relationship with plants. We dive into her journey into making sacred herbal medicine, building out her home on wheels, my personal journey with tea and Adrienne closes the episode with a nourishing guided meditation. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rachel-bare/support
Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of herbal Health questions followed by a 30 minute interview with Tracey Turner-Keyser. Tracey, is the founder of Full Circle Family Counseling, PLLC. Tracey is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor (LPCS), Board Certified Dance Movement Therapist (BC-DMT), Infant Developmental Movement Educator (IDME), Embodied Movement Yoga instructor and an American National Forest Therapy Guide (ANFT). Tracey takes all of these modalities to create a unique approach to healing families, children and individuals with developmental complex trauma; PTSD, physical/sexual/mental trauma, Reactive Attachment Disorder, depression, anxiety, and more. Tracey combines her spiritual wisdom and Forest Therapy connection to trees with Dance Movement Therapy, yoga and psychotherapy with a holistic perspective addressing mind, body, spirit. Tracey helps empower the family to acknowledge each other despite shame, guilt, anger and sorrow that may have been inflicted at any point. this episode Q&A includes: • close pin method and water therapy for pumping sinuses • intention setting: get into meditative state (breathe, music, etc.). 3 exercises: slow reveal, Tarot, coin flipping • how long after birth control can one become fertile again? • why would someone care more about another person's life than that person? • ligament pain from a fall, nettles sting and more • dairy goat udder infection remedies • two types of eczema (dry + wet), support kid's skin by giving them herbal allies, let them take care of themselves • Wise Woman Tradition • pregnancy mask, vanity and knowing when something's wrong and what's okay • an herb for brain injury
Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of health questions followed by a 30 minute interview with Abigail Barella. Abigail is an energy healer and astrologer originally from the Adirondack mountains of Upstate NY. She immersed herself in nature to empower herself. Raised in a matriarch under her storytelling beloved Grandmother. Her career began as a birth doula and childbirth educator. Finally in 2013 she created Sparkle and Shine Guidance with a focus on helping people to see their natural gifts and empowering individuals to share those gifts with their community. She is a mother, auntie and medicine woman. In her spare time she likes to hike, dance, cook and read. this episode Q&A includes: • diagnosed with breast cancer- choosing what is wanted based on good information.. • quality of life or quantity of life- nourish with infusions and adaptogenis herbs.. • red clover tincture and red clover infusion are as different as raisins and champagne.. • mushrooms are some of the best herbs to prevent metastatsis.. • guidance for going into sugery.. • heroic tradition tells you what toxins you need to cleanse and how to get into balance- wise woman tradition tells you to nourish.. • heart nourishing herbs, especially hawthorn! • sonigrams are not healthy for you or your baby.. • plant families are where to start with herbs.. • hawthorn for damaged capillaries..
Tinctures, elixirs and tonics-- oh my! The world is herbology is vast full of information and sometimes it can be hard to really understand these plants! I sit down with expert Teana David, student of the Wise Woman Tradition, to really get to know these medicinal herbs and how to use them in a way that works with our 21st century schedules. She is also the director of Deepak Homebase, where I had my book launch this fall! Connect with Teana and participate on her retreats at https://www.sixpetalsretreats.com Receive 20% off your adaptogenic Rasa blend over at wearerasa.com with code "eatfeelfresh" at checkout Receive up to $2250 off my alma mater Institute for Integrative Nutrition, plus How To Write Your Dream Book Course and TWO high-level business coaching webinars with me at http://integrativenutrition.com/sahara Purchase your Vata, Pitta, and Kapha snack bites by heading over to ojasstudio.com and enter code "sahara" for free shipping on your first order Take the fertility quiz and receive $20 off your comprehensive fertility kit at modernfertility.com/sahara Intro + Outro Music: Silent Ganges by Maneesh de Moor Be part of a community that supports you discovering your dharma in Rose Gold Goddesses, the sacred sisterhood collective with community, content, creativity and so much more — learn more about rosegoldgoddesses.com. Discover Your Dosha (Mind-Body Type) with my free quiz: iamsahararose.com Connect with me for daily Ayurvedic and modern spiritual wisdom at Instagram: @iamsahararose Facebook.com/iamsahararose Twitter.com/iamsahararose Order Eat Feel Fresh: A Contemporary Plant-Based Ayurvedic Cookbook and receive my Essential Oils for Your Doshas E-book FREE here: eatfeelfresh.com/book
In EPISODE02, Celena De Luna starts us off with beautiful sounds from her Native American flute. We talk about her past living through a decade of extreme social anxiety and selective mutism as a child and young teenager. Celena is a Guide and Medicine Woman working digitally with her clients and networks to integrate and thrive. Practicing Shamanic Ceremony, trained in Trauma Release, and The Wise Woman Tradition of Healing; Celena brings her own healing journey as a reflection and means of support for others who are ready. Her work is grounded, practical, and powerful. Celena has created a Facebook group called The Rooted Intuitive Club. You can connect with her on Instagram www.instagram.com/ofthemoonmedicine where she actively shares health tips, spirit, music, travels, insights, medicine & on her website where she shares her organic herbal medicine creations and more! www.ofthemoonmedicine.com/herbal-shop . May I add, Celena is a talented freelance illustrator. You can see more of her artwork at www.instagram.com/ofthemoonillustrations IDYLLIC LAND PODCAST thrives with support from you. Be a monthly subscriber or one-time donor on Patreon. www.patreon.com/idylliclandstudio Outro music segment "Mountain Emperor" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of herbal health questions followed by a 30 minute interview with Isla Burgess. Isla has been through many ways of looking at the world and the plant world inparticular. Erring on the view of plants as intelligent life forms capable of self expression and an MSc in Holistic Science in 2008 and 2009, set her on a ‘the journey of a lifetime’. Every day that Isla lives on this land in the wilds of Central Otago, New Zealand, Isla lives as a participant in this extraordinary place. Following on from the very practical book Weeds Heal A Working Herbal, written in 1998, Isla wrote a second book that includes many of the experiences of living on this land among these extraordinary beings. That book is The Biophilic Garden Connecting People, Plants and Inscape was published last November.
Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of herbal health questions followed by a 30 minute interview with Marcie Goldman. Marcie Goldman is a Feminist Health Coach. This means she doesn't prescribe diets. She helps people recover from restrictive diets, "food sensitivities" and digestive-distress using food and herbs. She teaches, "nourishing is flourishing." She believes in food SKILLS, not obedience. Her work combines the Wise Woman Tradition, "nutrition recovery," and herbal medicine. A stellar combination she's honed, working one-on-one and leading group programs, for over 20 years. Marcie graduated from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition as a Board Certified Health Coach in 1999 after completing Susun Weed's Shamanic Herbal Apprenticeship in 1998. Before that, she received her Bachelor's in Women's Studies at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Most recently, Marcie is a certified Addiction Recovery Nutrition Coach and Mental Health Recovery Nutrition Coach through the Alliance for Addiction Solutions. She currently offers feminist health coaching with individuals and her next group program, "Nourish to Flourish," begins October 22nd. this episode Q&A includes: • safe and simple herbs - you can't do it wrong, you can only do it better.. • yummy and effective remedies to make with anise hyssop.. • working with the immune system... • anxiety- do what you need to do to make an interesting life.. • what do we do to stop ourselves because we think other people will think we're weird.. • what can we do when disaster strikes..
Susun Weed anwers 90 minutes of herbal health questions followed by a 30 minute interview with Nutrition Coach and past apprentice Marcie Goldman. In this unique episode, Marcie will interview Susun. Marcie Goldman is a global Health Coach and nutrition expert with close to 20 years experience coaching women one-on-one in the wise woman tradition. Her blog posts are witty & smart, check there for weekly if not daily encouragment for wholing and healing at www.marciegoldman.com. this episode Q&A includes: • aneurysm + brain recovery • comfrey leaf, gingko, Vit D, B12 for short term memory • Healthy gut flora + stomach acid for B12 absorption • herbalists can be generalists • dosing Poke Root • dream work is evocative • weight loss tips • jock itch • cervical mucus • the wise woman tradition isn't against root canals + more on root canals • a health issue isn't a personal failure
Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of herbal health questions followed by a 30 minute interview with Angela Warburton. Angela Warburton has been treating, educating, and empowering people about their health since 2001. Raised in North America, but trained in Traditional Chinese Medicine, it is Angela's passion to bring this ancient wisdom, combined with the most up-to-date, relevant, and impactful options available for her patients, students, and out into the modern world. Speaker, writer, teacher, and practitioner, she works with people to make this medicine easy to understand and integrate into everyday life with compassion, humor, soul, and as much joy as possible! this episode Q&A includes: getting ready for Winter... cold air vs ice water plungehealth choices: what to askHashimotos, soy, cruciferous, garlic mushroom blends prevent metastasisdiet during chemoH.I.V. nourishmentherb and drug contraindications explainedlow testosterone amenorrheaanti-infective herbs for babies burn out vs not giving your LIFE all you got
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..
Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of herbal health questions followed by a 30 minute interview with Sean Murnin. Sean Murnin is a community herbalist, medicine maker and gardener based out of Kingston, NY. He is the producer and host of The People's Medicine Show which is broadcast at 7:30pm EST on the first Thursday of the month. Sean has had a lifelong interest in natural healing and attended his first talking stick at the Wise Woman Center in Woodstock NY in 2010. He completed a Live Out Apprenticeship in 2013 there and has continued to visit, work and learn occasionally on weekends. this episode Q&A includes: • lump in throat of 9 year old.. • energy being powerful or not powerful is a little problematic.. • different parts of the plant has different constituents.. • Susun's column in Plant Healer Magazine- Basics of Herbal Medicine.. • large cyst in one ovary.. • uncircumcised 5 year with difficulty urinating- surgery and herbal allies.. • echinacea mobilizes white blood cells and fights infection in a way antibiotics cannot.. • our bodies get aggravated when we allow them to be cut- it's ok to be angry about it.. • shoulder impingement- comfrey leaf infusion.. • cranial sacral work to make the sinus's happy again.. • elder preparations.. • flavonoids and vitamin C..
In this episode, Hannah Kincaid, Senior Editor of MOTHER EARTH NEWS and Managing Editor of Heirloom Gardener, sits down with Joanne Bauman and Dawn Combs to discuss what grows in their tea garden and why they love it! Enjoy learning about the different medicinal properties of these plants and how to use them in your tea. Dawn Combs is an ethnobotanist with more than 20 years of experience in her field. She is the owner of the herbal health farm Mockingbird Meadows, is a contributor for Mother Earth Living, and the author of Heal Local: 20 Essential Herbs for Do-it-Yourself Home Health Care and Conceiving Healthy Babies: An Herbal Guide to Support Preconception, Pregnancy, and Lactation. Joanne Bauman, a Kansas herbalist, shares the gift of the green nations (healing food and medicine plants) in the Wise Woman Tradition of healing. Bauman (of Prairie Magic Herbals) teaches herb classes, grows and wildcrafts medicine plants, creates herbal preparations, and does consultations. Her love of the plants and easygoing teaching style make learning and using your own herbal remedies accessible to everyone. Bauman serves as coordinator of the Herbalists Without Borders (HWB) Community Herbal Apothecary Project and as coordinator of the Kansas Chapter of HWB. Check the links below for topics mentioned in the podcast that may have piqued your interest: Add Roses to Your Edible Landscape All About Growing the Stevia Plant Make Your Own Teas From Garden-Grown Herbs Garden Sorrel Growing and Brewing Herbal Teas Growing and Using Comfrey Leaves Grow Sage in Your Herb Garden to Symbolize Success Growing Yarrow in Your Herb Garden Grow Your Own Marjoram How to Grow and Enjoy Bergamont How to Grow and Use Scented Geraniums How To Grow Hibiscus How to Make Herbal Teas, Herbal Infusions and Herbal Tinctures Make Mullein Tea From Your Herb Garden Make Your Own Teas From Garden-Grown Herbs Nettle Tea Benefits Sassafras Uses in Herbal Madicine and Cooking Thyme Tea: An Herbal Cure for Nightmares Uses for Mint: The Best Growing Herb What You Need to Know About Pennyroyal Books: 15 Herbs for Tea E-Handbook Herbal Tea Gardens Check out the MOTHER EARTH NEWS Bookstore for more resources that may pique your interests! To see more podcasts, visit our Mother Earth News and Friends page! Check out the MOTHER EARTH NEWS FAIR page for an opportunity to see our podcast guest live! The Mother Earth News and Friends podcast is a production of Ogden Publications.
Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of herbal health questions followed by a 30 minute interview with Nikki Myers. Nikki Myers developed Yoga of 12-Step Recovery (Y12SR) in 2004. Nikki is an accomplished yoga therapist, teacher and somatic experiencing practitioner. She is the founder of CITYOGA School of Yoga and Health in Indianapolis, IN. From her personal struggles with addiction, Nikki is quick to tell the world, “The 12-step program and Yoga saved my life – one is my lifeboat, the other my launching pad.” Nikki's Website is: www.y12sr.com this episode Q&A includes: • we do not "take" infusions- we drink infusions, they are food.. • white and green make healthy bones- infusions and high quality dairy.. • difference between bacteria in yogurt and fermented milk kefir.. • vagus nerve, sleep and chronic illness.. • do not remove amalgam filings- very dangerous, leave them alone.. • engaging in distressing issues symbolically.. • do not take tinctures made from dried hypericum- only from fresh flowering plant in 100 proof vodka..
Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of herbal health questions followed by a 30 minute interview with Sarah Elisabeth. Sarah Elisabeth is an Herbalist in the Wise Woman Tradition. She manages three gardens which total about a half acre. She teaches, consults, writes articles and sells herbal products. She is featured on Susun Weed's blogtalkradio program. She has her own radio show, Sarah Radio at www.theground.town. She has taught at Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture and New York Botanical Garden. She currently teaches at the Green Thumb GrowTogether and Beacon Institute. She has been featured in an article in Rural Intelligence online magazine and written articles for Reconnections online magazine. this episode Q&A includes: • turmeric contains anti-inflammatory constituents that are very poorly absorbed by the body. • cooking greens, nutralizing oxilates.. • we're plagued not only by an abundance of food, but also by an abundance of information... • ovarian cysts... • worry notebook- for every worry, write a hope so that you change... • worry isn't love, it never will be.. • the herb considered best at removing mold from the body is horsetail... • uterine fibroids... • get more information into the hands of more women... • chronic eczema/dermatitis- nourishing herbal infusions, spray yarrow tincture...
Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of herbal health questions followed by a 30 minute interview with Gill Stannard. Since childhood, Gill has been fascinated with herbs and was delighted to turn this passion into a profession after graduating from Southern School of Natural Therapies (Melbourne, Australia) in 1991. She ran a successful multidisciplinary clinic in Melbourne for 23 years, before taking her business online and moving to Sydney. Gill’s well known for her radio show, which aired for almost 20 years, and television appearances. With a move to Sydney in 2014, Gill refocused the way she practices by going back to the grassroots of natural medicine and working with clients in a health coaching framework. She also supervises naturopaths and herbalists struggling in practice through individual and group professional supervision, lectures and articles. Website: http://gillstannard.com.au this episode Q&A includes: • post traumatic stress change- make us stronger, healthier, broader... • can we change the immune system? Wise Woman Tradition nourishes wholeness... • get in touch with your anger so you're not so afraid of it... • joint health- bone broth, comfrey leaf infusion and jewel weed brew... • any part of dandelion harvested any time of year will make good medicine- most generous plant... • animal fat is so critical in fertility... • not menstruating is healthy for women.. • wild carrot seed for birth control- Robin Rose Bennett • are your concerns about herbs during pregnancy overblown.. • horse chestnut for varcosities.. • SMASH- Salmon, Mackerel, Anchovies, Sardines, Herring for omega 3 fatty acids.. • supplements cannot make us healthy..
Susun Weed answers your health questions followed by an informative minute interview with Dr. Sandra Bevacqua a PhD in Molecular and Cellular Biology with additional expertise in Genetic Engineering, Nutrition and Human Biology. Most recently, Dr. Bevacqua has focused on developing educational programs in the field of Holistic Women’s Health. Frustrated by the lack of options available to women faced with pelvic health concerns she developed The Pelvic Health Transformation Program, The Pregnant Woman's Guide to Protecting the Pelvic Floor and The Mystery is Over! Understanding Female Sexual Health in which women of all ages receive the education and the techniques needed to naturally recover from all types of incontinence, urinary urgency, pain and loss of function due to organ prolapse, pelvic pain syndromes, as well as sexual misunderstanding or dysfunction. this episode Q&A includes: • 4 kinds of plant poisons and safety of yarrow and the color of their flowers.. • osteopenia- daily full fat yogurt, walk at least 3 miles a day, free weights, no calcium supplements.. • caller who overcame candida overgrowth with oak bark sitz baths, no sugar.. • sperm mobility, vigor and longevity.. • safety of vasectomy.. • seaweed removes heavy metals and radiation quickly! • low iron and heavy bleeding- eating liver, shepherd's purse fresh flowering tincture, yellow dock.. • calcium supplements makes bones stiff and brittle.. • harvesting and eating nettle- parts used.. • annual urtica urens root for early stage prostate cancer.. • nettle seeds harvested in the fall.. • fungal ear infection- garlic oil or baked onion.. • fluid in the sinus's and horse radish..
Susun Weed answers your health questions followed by an informative interview with real people making change. Empower Yourself the Wise Woman Way. Call in or listen online. get answers to your questions about herbs, herbalism, healing, health, diet, nutrition, natural remedies, alternative medicine, wild crafting, folk remedies, nature, meditation, menopause, childbearing, cancer prevention, general health care, disease prevention, spirit healing, energy healing, Reiki, yoga, and much more... general wellbeing the wise woman way, Susun Weed has been a health expert for five decades, she is the author of the Wise Woman Herbal Series and she is an international speaker on the topics of health, healing, wellbeing and disease prevention. Listen in to hear her opinions on raw foods, veganism, fasting, juicing, colonics, supplements, vitamins, detoxing, vegetarianism, paleo, gluten free and other fads.. Energize yourself as you lean about Susun's personal faith in nature and natural healing the Wise Woman Way. this episode Q7A includes: • comfrey leaf infusion and honey for skin and hair.. • dangers of essential oils.. • fungal infections on people and plants- horsetail infusion.. • harvesting nettles and making nettle soup.. • harvest violet leaves in September after reproduction.. • high blood pressure... • what's the problem with the problem? • anti-fungal drugs are known for causing liver failure in healthy adults.. • juicing.. • how fast does the liver process one dropperful of alcohol tincture? 120 seconds! • hypothyroidism.. • endometriosis- lots of info! • paleo diet..
Susun Weed answers your health questions followed by an informative minute interview with real people making change. Empower Yourself the Wise Woman Way. Call in or listen online. get answers to your questions about herbs, herbalism, healing, health, diet, nutrition, natural remedies, alternative medicine, wildcrafting, folk remedies, nature, meditation, menopause, childbearing, cancer prevention, general health care, disease prevention, spirit healing, energy healing, reiki, yoga, and much more... general wellbeing the wise woman way, Susun Weed has been a health expert for five decades, she is the author of the Wise Woman Herbal Series and she is an international speaker on the topics of health, healing, wellbeing and disease prevention. Listen in to hear her opinions on raw foods, veganism, fasting, juicing, colonics, supplements, vitamins, detoxing, vegetarianism, paleo, gluten free and other fads.. Energize yourself as you lean about Susun's personal faith in nature and natural healing the Wise Woman Way. This week's guest interview is with Tom Corley.Tom Corley understands the difference between being rich and poor: at age nine, his family went from being multi-millionaires to broke in just one night. For five years, Tom observed and documented the daily activities of 233 wealthy people and 128 people living in poverty. He discovered there is an immense difference between the habits of the wealthy and the poor. During his research he identified over 200 daily activities that separated the “haves” from the “have nots.” The culmination of his research can be found in his #1 bestselling book, Rich Habits – The Daily Success Habits of Wealthy Individuals. Go to: http://richhabits.net/
Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of herbal health questions followed by a 30 minute interview with Laurie Burton. Laurie Burton is an internationally recognized innovator and author who has helped thousands of people improve their ability to communicate effectively, thereby creating more success in business and in life. The author of, Presenting You, Laurie’s techniques generate dramatic results in an amazingly short time from one-on-one coaching, to seminars, to corporate groups. Promoting the use of each individual’s unique passion, energy and animation, she encourages attendees to her workshops to be comfortable with themselves, creating more effective opportunities to lead, inspire, express, convince and sell! www.LaurieBurtonTraining.com this episode Q&A includes: • hypericum tincture and skullcap tincture for pain and dosing suggestions.. • high blood pressure- hawthorn, motherwort, tai chi, yoga, movement.. • water retention- cleavers tincture, cardiovascular exercise, legs up the wall.. • walking builds a sense of connectivity and community providing longevity.. • aloe vera not safe internally.. • essiac- how about burdock or yellow dock decoction or vinegar.. • rumex species- seeds and roots can be used interchangeably.. • experiment with herbs!! • how to love yourself when recovering from illnesses and injuries.. • medical abortion is much safer than herbal abortion.. • healing cut cervix after birth with comfrey leaf infusion sitz bath.. • pre eclampsia and protein intake.. • astragalus for lyme prevention, yarrow tincture and pyrethrum to repel ticks.. • osteopenia- milks and nutrition..
Susun Weed answers your health questions followed by an informative minute interview with real people making change. Empower Yourself the Wise Woman Way. Call in or listen online. get answers to your questions about herbs, herbalism, healing, health, diet, nutrition, natural remedies, alternative medicine, wildcrafting, folk remedies, nature, meditation, menopause, childbearing, cancer prevention, general health care, disease prevention, spirit healing, energy healing, reiki, yoga, and much more... general wellbeing the wise woman way, Susun Weed has been a health expert for five decades, she is the author of the Wise Woman Herbal Series and she is an international speaker on the topics of health, healing, wellbeing and disease prevention. Listen in to hear her opinions on raw foods, veganism, fasting, juicing, colonics, supplements, vitamins, detoxing, vegetarianism, paleo, gluten free and other fads.. Energize yourself as you lean about Susun's personal faith in nature and natural healing the Wise Woman Way. Special guest Dr. Lani Simpson is a chiropractic doctor and a Certified Clinical (bone) Densitometrist (CCD). She has practiced in women’s health care for 30 years, treating thousands of patients with a multidisciplinary and holistic approach. She shares her years of research, and her expertise with her patients, and now her readers in her best selling book, Dr. Lani’s No-Nonsense Bone Health Guide.
Susun Weed answers your health questions followed by an informative interview with real people making change. Empower Yourself the Wise Woman Way. Call in or listen online. get answers to your questions about herbs, herbalism, healing, health, diet, nutrition, natural remedies, alternative medicine, wildcrafting, folk remedies, nature, meditation, menopause, childbearing, cancer prevention, general health care, disease prevention, spirit healing, energy healing, reiki, yoga, and much more... General wellbeing the wise woman way, Susun Weed has been a health expert for five decades, she is the author of the Wise Woman Herbal Series and she is an international speaker on the topics of health, healing, wellbeing and disease prevention. Listen in to hear her opinions on raw foods, veganism, fasting, juicing, colonics, supplements, vitamins, detoxing, and other fads.. Energize yourself as you lean about Susun's personal faith in nature and natural healing the Wise Woman Way. Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of herbal health questions followed by a 30 minute interview with David Adelson. Divine healer, spiritual guide, and author, David Adelson has amassed global praise for his Divinely inspired products and private and corporate consultations, since his direct connection with Divine Mother was established over 40 years ago. David is celebrated for his ability to effectively remove obstacles, provide insight and guidance, and greater support in every area of life. He has created numerous powerful programs connecting individuals and businesses to wholeness, Divine Love and its Divine source. His courses and consultations have transformed lives in over 15 countries. And David personally, is a pure delight!
Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of herbal health questions followed by a 30 minute interview with JF Peters. "I believe I paint to help preserve the beauty of nature. My creative process would not be possible without this clear, meaningful purpose. I guess you might say, this is my spiritual trip, to which I am totally commited. The images of my paintings begin in my mind. They appear as a blend of memory (beautiful places I've experienced) and imagination. After a few years, the image calls me to the point that I begin to slowly and methodically, bring the painting out onto the canvas. When the calling ceases, the painting is born. Nature is my guide and the vehicle for my creation."
Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of herbal health questions followed by a 30 minute interview with Teana David. Téana David is committed to nurturing the wisdom of the body. She is the Director of Pilates Education at David Barton Gym Astor Place in New York City, where she teaches one-on-one apparatus sessions, mat classes, and leads Pilates teacher training courses. Like her mentor, Joseph Pilates, she was a competitive gymnast growing up and studied many dance disciplines including ballet, tap and modern. Téana is an advanced Yoga practitioner of 18 years, is certified in Thai Massage, and recently completed a live-out Herbal Medicine apprenticeship with Susun Weed in the Wise Woman Tradition. She holds an MFA from the Buddhist-inspired Naropa University where she studied contemporary performance techniques with an emphasis in Somatic Movement. Téana's Pilates certification is in the lineage of Pilates elder Carola Trier and augmented by Irene Dowd's comprehensive Kinesthetic Anatomy course. this episode Q&A includes: • Susun's preference on personal care products- shampoo, face wash, toothpaste and deodorant.. • yogurt- absolute star food- makes you more resilient.. • cystic acne- vitamin A and carotenes, clay, spiritual aspect.. • increasing nutrition for small child with a lot of food and environmental allergies.. • Barrett's Esophagus- slippery elm balls, linden, dandelion.. • bone broth additions of sea weed and mushrooms.. • high blood pressure- lack of sleep, exercise and motherwort or hawthorne..
Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of herbal health questions followed by a 30 minute interview with Brigitte Mars. Brigitte Mars is an herbalist from Boulder, Colorado, with over 40 years’ experience in natural lifestyles. She is the author of The Desktop Guide to Herbal Medicine, Country Almanac of Home Remedies, Addiction Free Naturally, The Sexual Herbal, The HempNut Cookbook, Rawsome!, and Healing Herbal Teas. She has a private practice, helps out at Pharmaca, and has a local weekly radio show on KGNU called Naturally. Check out her website http://brigittemars.com this episode Q&A includes: • infusions are food stuffs we have as normal part of our diets- rotate through all five! • eczema- plantain and comfrey leaf or comfrey root infusion soaked in.. • dog- skin irritation and hair loss- plantain oil.. • symbolic death state- menopause more powerful transition than puberty.. • walnut looks like a skull- connected to third eye and protection.. • ask a friend to be a guardian to cover your back.. • persistent athletes foot- hysterical hygiene, white vinegar, oak bark, golden seal and horsetail externally • sweet is the taste of life.. • find ways to be gentle, tender and precious with yourself..
Join nationally recognized multi-media radio talk show host and award winning producer Patricia Raskin, as she interviews Susun S. Weed, the voice of the Wise Woman Tradition, is one of the founding grandmothers of the herbal renaissance. The author of four previous bestsellers, her newest book is Down There: Sexual and Reproductive Health- The Wise Woman Way. Susun will discuss how women can make the very best choices for their good health with a full range of integrative, alternative, and orthodox options, including herbal homeopathic, and energy medicines.