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9,000 Feet In The Air: My Birthday Feast and Ciénaga Plant Ramblings

For my recent birthday, Rhiannon and I headed straight up into the mountains to find our favorite sort of haven – cool, wet, boggy, and wild. Here in the Southwest, that often means looking for un upper elevation ciénega. These alkaline moist meadows that sometimes verge into swamps are rare, and incredibly important, refuges for [...]

Gene therapies can be used to benefit patients: NIH research

By TNT Bureau July 19, 2017: Researchers at the National Institutes of Health have uncovered a key factor in understanding the elevated cancer risk associated with gene therapy. They conducted research on mice with a rare disease similar to one in humans, hoping their findings may eventually help improve gene therapy for humans. Show More Summary

10 Home Remedies for Sinus Infection

Sinuses sometimes may be acute or chronic. The sinuses are air-filled spaces in the skull that are lined with mucous membranes; a healthy sinus contains no bacteria or other germs. Sinuses mainly caused by small hairs in the sinuses which help move mucus out do not work properly due to some medical conditions.  If you […]

Accepting Class Proposals for 2018

Invitation To Submit Class Proposals For Plant Healer’s Annual International GOOD MEDICINE CONFLUENCE In these times of oppressive Normalcy, Creating a Divergent Alternative Couldn’t Be More Fun! ––5 Big...Show More Summary

A Call To ReEnchantment

A CALL TO RE-ENCHANTMENT by Jesse Wolf Hardin Kiva and I loved teaching a class on the topic of enchantment at the Good Medicine Confluence last month. The following piece on this topic, celebrates the birth of Enchantments, Kiva’s rewilded, acc-sense-uated new manifestation of her long beloved Medicine Roots blog. You can read the earlier, much longer versions [...]

Our Woodland Wedding: The Ash Ring, The Green Woman, and The Fairy Thorn

Sometimes the very best things don’t go at all as intended. Wolf and I had originally planned for a tiny wedding in the White Mountains of Arizona, with only a few of our closest friends and family members. But as is often the case with busy folks, we couldn’t make the schedule work and so [...]

Acupuncture relieves pain in emergency patients: Study

The world's largest randomized controlled trial of acupuncture in emergency departments has found the treatment is a safe and effective alternative to pain-relieving drugs for some patients. The study found acupuncture was as effective as pain medicine in providing long-term relief for patients who came to emergency in considerable pain. Show More Summary

Free Herbaria Monthly Zine – Sneak Peek

Be sure you subscribed to the free zine Herbaria Quarterly, to be sure of receiving the upcoming issue releasing on the 12th. Featuring a fresh new look, and more illustrated herb-related material. Included will be: • Tales & Pics of The 2017 Good Medicine Confluence • Radical Vitalism: A very powerful and important essay by Janet [...]

These Enchantments: Updates, Morsels, and Blossomings

I’ve realized over the last couple of years that trying to stay current on social media, even just for business reasons, was eating up enormous amounts of my writing time. Recently, I’ve decided that it’s long since time to return to writing and give social media a backseat. So here I am, blogging again! I’ll [...]

10 Home Remedies for Sinus Infection

The sinuses are air-filled spaces in the skull which are located behind the forehead, nasal bones, cheeks and eyes these are lined with a mucous membrane. Healthy sinuses contain no bacteria or any other germs. Types of Sinus Acute sinus,...Show More Summary

14 Home Remedies that can treat Insomnia

No matter what causes insomnia but, many people complain about sleeplessness during nights. Here discussed are few home remedies which can solve your problem. Have a nosh Having bland bread, some fruits or a glass of warm milk before going to bed is an excellent thing you can do. Show More Summary

New Good Medicine Class Essays Book

Every year we compile extensive, in-depth Class Essays Ebooks on the topics taught at our annual gatherings. These are not class notes, but magazine length, book quality articles filled with inspiration and information for all on the plant healer path. 2017’s Class Essays Ebooks feature an unbelievable 533 pages of work by many of the [...]

7 Herbal Teas for Better Sleep

Most people with a busy work and life schedule will have a hard time getting sleep and this is because of the anxiety and stress that comes with all the pressure of life. Although there are many things that you can do to have you sleep well, herbal teas have been proven to be the […] The post 7 Herbal Teas for Better Sleep appeared first on Alternative Medicine.

Top 9 Home Remedies for Post Nasal Drip (PND)

PND or Post-nasal drip mainly happens when the mucus is accumulated in the back of the throat and nose.  It is not a serious problem, but you may have few symptoms such excessive mucus production. In this article, you will know what causes post nasal drip and simple home remedies for PND. Show More Summary

Reiki Stories Project 6/12/17

Today we have a couple of beautiful illustrations of Reiki and animals, how responsive animals are to Reiki and how much it helps them. As I always say in my Reiki classes, animals are very open to Reiki. They feel

Take Inner Care

We’re halfway through 2017. The Atlantic Hurricane season has begun. The USA backed out of the Paris Climate Agreement. England has been hit by senseless attacks, as well as Kabul and other places. US Domestic policy is stalled and foreign

Bring Your Kids to The Good Medicine Youth Village!

Bring Your Kids to the Good Medicine Confluence Youth Village – June 14-18 Tickets for Kids Aged 10 to 17  – Only $69 for all 5 Days! – Kids Under 10 Attend Free! Go to the Registration Page at: Building The Plant Healer Kids’ Tribe by Asa Henderson I don’t want my son to reach [...]

Tea consumption leads to epigenetic changes in women

Epigenetic changes are chemical modifications that turn our genes off or on. In a new study, researchers show that tea consumption in women leads to epigenetic changes in genes that are known to interact with cancer and estrogen metabolism.

Cure Menstrual Cramps by these 5 Acupressure Points

Acupressure is an ancient healing art using the fingers to gradually press key healing points, which stimulates the body’s natural self-curative abilities. Acupressure uses gentle to firm finger pressure. When these acupressure points...Show More Summary

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