Category: natural medicine


I am so excited to be teaching this webinar!!


I am so excited to be teaching this webinar!!

I am so excited to be teaching this webinar!!

Fenugreek – An Herb With Impressive Health Benefits

Fenugreek is one of the oldest medicinal plants known to man and has been used for hundreds of years both in Eastern and Western herbal medicine.

It has been touted as a panacea, something that could cure all ailments, by many cultures around the world.

In recent years it has gained popularity as a medicinal herb for many ailments.

Many of the herb’s therapeutic uses are solely based on traditional and folk medicinal uses, but it does have many promising applications, some of which have been backed up by scientific studies and trials.

To learn more about the benefits of Fenugreek CLICK HERE:

Nasturtium – Benefits, Uses, and Side Effects

Nasturtium can act both as a disinfectant and as a healing agent, and all parts of the plant have strong antibiotic and antimicrobial properties.

It is one of the more powerful antibacterial plants available.

The herb is used primarily as an herbal remedy for urinary tract infections and diseases of the respiratory tract but is also indicated for external and internal bacterial infections and to treat minor scrapes and cuts.

The dried ripe buds have a strong laxative effect, and unlike many conventional germicides, nasturtium will not damage the intestinal flora.

To learn more about the benefits of Nasturtium CLICK HERE:

Tormentil – Medicinal Applications and Health Benefits

Tormentil is mostly used in herbal medicine for its astringent properties owing to its high content of tannins which is very rare for an herbaceous plant.

The herb is used internally for both acute and chronic diarrhea, dysentery, gastroenteritis (inflammation of the stomach and intestines), enterocolitis (inflammation of both the small intestine and the colon) and to halt minor internal bleeding.

In addition, the herb has been used as an herbal remedy for the inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) ulcerative colitis and also for gastritis and peptic ulcers (open sores that develop on the inside lining of the stomach).

To learn more about the benefits of Tormentil CLICK HERE:

Frog Medicine

So there was a frog on my door who decided not to move, when I tried to get into the car yesterday. I found this interesting because of my past encounters with frogs. My first encounter with a frog that was special enough to remember was when I was 7 years old. I was riding my bike and accidentally ran over a frogs legs. I quickly got off my bike and found a stick to scrunch his legs back up, and he just hopped away. The next few times I had seen frogs was in each place I have lived in the past 5 years (which has been 4 places). Each time the were no frogs until something was about to change in our situation.

What does frog medicine teach us?

Frogs are creatures of metamorphosis and versatility. They appear when we are about to go through a change or need to be flexible. They are also sensitive to their environment and tell us when we are living in stagnant conditions and need a fresh new environment in order to grow and expand in our power. This medicine is telling us to allow ourselves to change and adapt so we can be our best selves. Feel out the environment and know when something no longer serves you. Dont allow yourself to fall into the same monotonous habits that keep you stifled and embrace the changes that will only serve you in the long run. Are you ready to progress? Are you willing to make a change? The time is now.

This is your channeling for the week.

Dont forget!

Herbal Sessions!

I am doing initial herbal sessions for $40 (compared to $150) this is only for a limited time, the price will go up this June!😮

During this session we will:

– go over lifestyle changes for better wellness

-discuss your holistic health

– healthy eating habits

– go over herbs that could improve wellness.

– have a great experience that can help improve your life!

Message me or email at if your interested. Online sessions available! I am looking forward to working with you!😁

Pasque Flower Medicinal Uses, Toxicity and Side Effects

Pasque flower was a very popular medicinal herb in the past, and it was used for centuries to treat a variety of ailments.

Pasque flower is not used as much in herbal medicine as it was before, but it is still considered a valuable remedy for cramps, menstrual disorders, and anxiety.

It is often used specifically to treat a pain in the genital tract in both men and women (eg. in the uterus, testicles, and epididymides), in particular where there is a combination of vaginal cramps and general nervous tension.

To learn more about the benefits of pasque flower CLICK HERE:

Horse Chestnut – Herb Uses and Benefits

Although the leaves, bark, and flowers have been used in traditional herbal medicine, it is the big, shiny brown nut of the horse chestnut tree which is of greatest medicinal interest.

From them, an extract is obtained which is used to strengthen the walls of the blood vessels so that blood flow from the veins in the legs back to the heart improves.

The dried conkers contain 3-6% of a mixture of triterpene saponins, known by the common name aescin (escin).

It is aescin which is considered the main active ingredient responsible for the strengthening effect on the veins and capillaries.

To learn more about the benefits of horse chestnut CLICK HERE: