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”We will forever be known by the tracks we leave behind.” - Native American Proverb

Rose hips – October’s Herb of the Month

On my list of herbs that I would never want to run out of, Rose hips is one of the top ones!  Rarely do I let a day pass without having at least one cup of Rose hips tea.  It’s one of my favorite...

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11 Tips for Getting Great Results with Herbs

I’m super excited about being a guest blogger now for Standard Process West’s publishing company, Selene River Press.  Please check out my new guest blog post for them by clicking the link below… Click here to continue reading this post, “11 Tips for Getting...

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Astragalus – September’s Herb of the Month

Fall colors and cooler weather have arrived.  I’ve always loved the changing of the seasons.  For me this time of year means seeing how far into the fall months I can keep my pots of flowers outside, starting some fall crochet projects like ponchos...

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Pineapple Weed – July’s Herb of the Month

An herb that’s always a summer treat for me, pineapple weed brings to mind some very special memories, too.  One of my favorite things to do each summer was to visit my dear friend and herbal mentor Caroline Johnson and do herbal field walks...

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7 Reasons Why Combining Clinical Herbalism and Conventional Medicine Benefits Doctors, Patients, and the Health Care System

  Crystal Honeycutt, a Registered Herbalist with the American Herbalists Guild, has been practicing as a clinical herbalist and naturopath for 10 years. She also works with health care practitioners such as doctors and therapists to help integrate herbs and healthy lifestyle changes with...

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My Secret for Accomplishing the Impossible

Have you ever wished you could find that magic bullet that would help you improve your health right away or lose weight quickly?  Or maybe you wish there was a solution for reaching your financial goals immediately or making your business an overnight success? ...

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This Herb Known as the “Sugar Destroyer” Can Help You Kick the Sugar Habit

Few things can sabotage our health more than sugar consumption.  Diabetes is now the 9th leading cause of death, with one in eleven adults having it, and in the last thirty years, diabetes has quadrupled worldwide (4).   I believe that if you can do...

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5 Mistakes People Make When Choosing a Reflexologist

(Reprinted by permission from the American Reflexology Certification Board, Reflexology Digest, June 2016) Mistake #1 – Assuming All “Reflexology” Is the Same Not everything that claims to be reflexology today actually IS reflexology. Currently only 4 states (New Hampshire, North Dakota, Tennessee and Washington)...

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Foot Massage is NOT Reflexology

(Reprinted by permission from the American Reflexology Certification Board, Reflexology Digest, January 2017) It’s frustrating to spend good money for something and be handed something else instead. In the U.S., that is too often what happens to people who request a reflexology session from...

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