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The Yijing in Chinese Medicine Clinical Practice – Part 19

This is part nineteen in a series about the use of Yijing in clinical practice of Chinese Medicine. Read : Part 1 / Part 2 / Part 3 / Part 4 / Part 5 / Part 6  / Part 7 / Part 8/ Part 9 / Part 10 / Part 11 / Part 12/ Part 13/ Part 14 […]

Thistle Shirts for Herbal Resurgents

You may have seen it on Facebook or Instagram, or heard somebody talk about it – but yeah, we just received a new shipment of  Plant Healer shirts.  They are on better cotton this time, silkscreened with a new cream and purple design. Wolf used historic thistle designs from the Scottish rebellions to represent what [...]

7 essential symbols that relate to the Liver organ system

The Liver organ system – gan ? –  kicks us off here in our new and improved year of sagely living. Before I begin to explore the Liver myself in creative or intuitive ways, it is important to establish the absolute essentials. What’s this thing that, in Chinese medicine, we call Liver? We already know […]

Healthy Disagreement in Herbalism

–––––––OPEN TO DEBATE–––––– Vital Disputation & Healthy Disagreement in Herbalism by Jesse Wolf Hardin Plant Healer Magazine & Events – www.PlantHealer.org A recent article in Plant Healer Magazine opened up discussion on the topics of political correctness and cultural appropriation as relates to the practice of herbalism.  There was at least one person we will [...]

Welcome Dr. Changhong Zhou!

This announcement comes a little late but I am very happy to announce that my husband and business partner will be joining Boston Chinese Acupuncture and Boca Raton Acupuncture Clinic as an acupuncturist and herbalist this year! TheShow More Summary

Reiki and the Bodhisattva Model

A bodhisattva is someone who has compassion within himself or herself and who is able to make another person smile or help someone suffer less. Every one of us is capable of this.   — Thich Nhat Hanh This is the bodhisattva that will be discussed here. Show More Summary

A New Year of Sagely Living for a New CMC

Years ago, I hatched and carried out a project I called the Year of Sagely Living (YSL). The idea then was to use the flow of the organ clock as a guide for leading a more examined, more intentful life. There, I worked to find realms of life activity that seemed aligned with the energy […]

Herbal Schools Directory 2016 – Call for Listings

Plant Healer’s Upcoming 2016-2020 HERBAL SCHOOLS DIRECTORY Invitation to Promote Your School of Herbalism or Online Courses to tens of thousands of herbal enthusiasts – by participating in this special directory of physical and online schools Deadline for Confirmation: Mar 25th  –  Deadline For Materials: Apr. 15th –  Releasing: May 1st-June 1st, 2016   Every 5 [...]

Plant Healer’s Free 5th Anniversary Supplement

Plant Healer Magazine’s Free 5th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION SUPPLEMENT   The Winter 2015/16 issue of Plant Healer Magazine has been released, with a record 350 pages of herbal information and skills, and featuring a special 128 pages of special Anniversary sections celebrating this publications 5th Anniversary.  For any of you who are NOT a subscriber and missed it, we have [...]

Kinesiology for Occupational Therapy

Before you try to understand how Kinesiology is used in occupational therapy, it is really important to understand the term Kinesiology. In medical science it is popularly known as human kinetics as it refers to the study of human movement. Show More Summary

The Yijing in Chinese Medicine Clinical Practice – Part 18

This is part eighteen in a series about the use of Yijing in clinical practice of Chinese Medicine. Read : Part 1 / Part 2 / Part 3 / Part 4 / Part 5 / Part 6  / Part 7 / Part 8/ Part 9 / Part 10 / Part 11 / Part 12/ Part 13/ Part 14 […]

The Complete Beginner’s Guide to Iridology

Iridology or iris diagnosis is a method or a tool which many naturopaths use to evaluate the health condition of the person by looking at the iris.  This method is performed by making use of a magnifying glass, torch and an iris camera. Show More Summary

7 Effective Tips to Prevent Highway Hypnosis

Have you ever driven on a highway for a long time and realized that you don’t remember the last few miles that you drove? Well this condition is known as highway hypnosis.  Most of us experience this at some point or another and this can actually be a little frightening and dangerous. Show More Summary

Inner work, transformation and the invigoration of this site in 2016

As we approach 2016, I find myself with a lot on my mind. 2015 has been a year filled with a lot of intense work at the clinic, but even more so at NCNM, where I recently completed my heaviest term of teaching ever. The decision to devote more time to formal, off-line teaching was […]

All you Need to Know about Music Therapy During Pregnancy

It is a fact that music has proven to be an effective remedy for many conditions and diseases in the world. Music therapy can also prove useful during pregnancy, both for the mother and the baby growing inside the womb.  Music can help...Show More Summary

The Top Benefits and Uses of Serrapeptase

Serrapeptase is basically an enzyme which is produced by Serratia bacteria which lives in silkworms.  Using this enzyme, the worm melts a hole out of the cocoon and dissolves the dead tissue. This enzyme also finds application in medical science and is known to offer many benefits and uses to humans. Show More Summary

The Yijing in Chinese Medicine Clinical Practice – Part 18

Part 18 – Over the Event Horizon: the Toroidal Topology of Change “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” -Arthur C. Clarke “When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro.” -Hunter S. Thompson   Trying to convince anyone that magic is real is a fool’s game—and I’m not quite the fool I once […]

The Yijing in Chinese Medicine Clinical Practice – Part 17

This is part seventeen of a series about the use of Yijing in clinical practice of Chinese Medicine. Read : Part 1 / Part 2 / Part 3 / Part 4 / Part 5 / Part 6  / Part 7 / Part 8/ Part 9 / Part 10 / Part 11 / Part 12/ Part 13/ Part 14 […]

Pain Management Retreat Next Month!

For the millions of Americans living with chronic pain, treatment options can feel very limited. Long-term use of painkillers may cause irreparable side effects like liver and kidney damage. Surgeries can alleviate certain kinds of pain,...Show More Summary

Advance Discount on 2016 TWHC Tickets Until Dec 30

Deep Discount Tickets to the 2016 Traditions in Western Herbalism Conference $100 Advance Discount – Good Until Dec. 30th Only TWHC – The Herbal Resurgence – is the annual gathering of folk herbalists and culture-makers held the 3rd week of September in a vintage lodge in enchanted forests, high atop Southern New Mexico’s sky-island. In [...]

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