I am a woman who honors her mystical heritage, uses the earth as her oracle, and listens to her intuition. Nature is my temple, my soul is my sacred place. I collect crystals, talk to plants, and find yoga as a form of spell work.
I am a WITCH who loves Buddha and black cats. I am a WITCH who loves the faerie star not the pentagram. I am a WITCH who loves the moon yet fears the night.
I am a WITCH because my womb holds the universe. I am a WITCH because my ancestors survived the witch trials. I am a WITCH because as a little girl I found comfort in magick.
HERE IS AN EXAMPLE of a great class you can enjoy at The Gathering! We have a lot of fun but we learn too ~
SUNDAY OCTOBER 27TH AT KARMAFEST THE GATHERING
12:15pm – 1:15pm Shamanic Herbalism with Aerielle Sampson
Plants are the grandparents of the world, watching over us and providing us with healing and lessons. Aerielle talks about the beautiful connections between the plant spirit and the human spirit, and how to use this connection to heal. Aerielle is a clinical herbalist and shaman. She comes from a long line of healers and herbalist, which help guide her in her herbal practice. She specializes in healing for underrepresented populations.
Herbs for Eczema Treatment – Application and Benefits
Medicinal herbs for eczema treatment focus primarily on the underlying causes and most herbal practitioners view eczema as a symptom of not only one but rather numerous other health-related ailments.
There are many medicinal herbs for eczema that have a great reputation as a treatment but which one to choose will vary depending on the underlying cause.
Herbal remedies for eczema will usually both involve herbal preparations topically to ease any discomfort and internally to treat the underlying causes.
Topically, herbs for eczema will usually combine antiseptic herbs and herbs that soothe the inflamed area.
Internally, herbs for eczema treatment will mostly address digestion with a focus on improving the function of the liver and the gut wall to boost the body’s natural absorption and elimination by improving the digestion.
Medicinal herbs for panic disorder or attacks and anxiety are usually not sufficient treatment on their own.
Where herbal medicines can be useful is in lessening the severity of the person’s underlying anxiety and nervousness, thus lessening the frequency and severity of the panic attacks.
These medicinal herbs are either sedatives or tranquilizers (also known as anxiolytic agents) and are either used on a regular basis to reduce the overall feeling of anxiety or sometimes during the actual panic attack if it is prolonged.
Traditionally there has not been much distinction made between tranquilizers and sedatives.
However, pharmacologists have in recent years begun to identify the specific chemical action of these drugs and thus separate out the anxiolytic action from the sedative action.