I am a huge fan of natural healing and I prefer nature over chemicals any day! This book is not only great for understanding how to heal certain problems, but also can help you guide others and figure out ways to help them feel better or understand the plants they grow or use everyday can be used to treat certain things as well.
My favorite is the dandelion because it's the only thing I know my grass grows on a normal basis and basically it's one that can be used to help with digestive issues as well as make for a tasty salad or sautes! The book includes ideas and ways to use the dandelion leaves. However, it's not only the herb or plant that aids in healing, for certain things you will learn how the body works naturally. Some ways of this is explaining how the ability to chew your food properly will aid digesting and the body secreting enzymes to break down carbs, proteins and fats so that we can use them in our body. So really your learning more about nutrition and about yourself as well as natural ways to aid your body while it functions. Finally, the book is excellent and full of information on the entire body and ways to heal certain conditions. I think it's perfect for anyone who is interested in taking the natural path to healing.
Information About The Author:
ROBIN ROSE BENNETT is a compassionate, empowering herbalist and spiritual teacher. The focus of her healing work is to share the generosity of the earth and the magic, mystery, and beauty of the web of life. Since 1986 she has taught at schools, clinics, progressive and holistic organizations, herbal conferences, and is a repeat guest lecturer at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, St John's Hospital, Montefiore Teaching Hospital, Beth Israel's Nursing program, and Brown University Medical School. She is a faculty member of the New York Open Center and author of two meditation CDs. Bennett has a private consultation practice in New Jersey, offered on a sliding-scale, and an herbalist-in-residence teaching practice at a family medical practice in Bronx, NY. She is a long-time member of United Plant Savers and the Northeast Herbal Association. Robin writes regularly for Plant Healer Magazine and is proud to be a founding member and on the board of directors of SustainableWestMilford.org. Hundreds of apprentices have graduated from her 3-year, in-depth apprenticeship programs over the past 25 years and thousands of students have benefitted from her regular classes as well as free classes that she regularly offers in her town as a community service. The author lives in Hewitt, New Jersey.
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