Are There Skunks in the Woods (or is it the season of the Willow? Newsletter features the harvesting of late winter/early spring bark as the sap is rising.
Second issue of From The Forest Newsletters. March/April 2001.
Article on Folk Ways with Dandelion Greens. Aside from the traditional Dandelion Greens, recipes include: Warm Camembert Croutes with Dandelion Greens and Red Currents and Dandelion Green Fettuccini.
Recommended Herbal Websites.
Herb of the Month: The Amazing Horsetail.
Time to Harvest Arrowleaf Balsamroot.
Poison Ivy is the single most common cause of allergic reactions in the United States. Each year 10 to 50 million Americans develop an allergic rash after contact with these poisonous plants. About 85 percent of all people will develop an allergic reaction when adequately exposed to Poison Ivy. You weren’t born with a sensitivity to Poison Ivy. Sensitivity develops after the first direct skin contact with the oil urushiol.
* Theories of Plant Therapies ~ Flower Essences ~* A Study of the Growing World of Alternative* Making and Using Flower Remedies* Using the Sun Method* Time To Harvest Alumroot* Book Review, Sacred Plant Medicine" Practice of Native American Herbalism by Stephen Harrod Bohner
Main Topics Include: Are You Being Bugged? Information on Parasites.
September/October 2002Newsletter covers various symptoms and types of parasite infestations. Plus a detailed Parasite Cleansing Program.Featured Herb: Black Walnut (Juglans nigra). Aside from instructions on using Green Black Walnut Hulls for parasite control, the monograph includes a recipe for Black Walnut Salve.Article: Late summer herbal recipes. Recipes include St John's Wort Salve, Life Everlasting Soap (for dry skin), and Spreading Dogbane Shampoo.Book Review: The Parasite Menace by Dr. Skye Weintraub.Time To Harvest: Elderberries including recipes for Elderberry Syrup.
Alzheimer's Disease is the most common cause of dementia in the elderly an affects at least three to four million people in the United States. It is characterized by a degeneration of nerve terminals in the brain. Neurofibrils (tiny conductive pathways) become tangled, resulting in incorrect messages being transmitted. When this occurs, it affects a person’s memory.
From an Herbalists’ Viewpoint
Western Wildflowers crossword puzzle
Instead of Purchasing Bulk Dried Herbs
Beyond Duct Tape
Biological Warfare Medicine Chest
Chart of Diseases & Description
Dispelling Vaccination Myths
Contradictions between medical science & immunization policy
Herbs that boost the immune system
Creating A Regional Herbalist Database
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