Could you be more miserable? The running nose. The aching muscles. The pounding head. The cold and flu season is here again, and the bug’s given you a good bite. But don’t just lie there. Grab your tissue and head to the herb cabinet. Let the healing power of herbal medicine put you back on your feet. [Read more…] about Essential Herb Combinations for Immune Support
Discover how to start and run your own holistic health practice. There has never been a more important time to be a health professional practicing holistic healthcare. If you are thinking about starting a health practice or have already done so, this webinar is for you! [Read more…] about How to Run a Successful Holistic Health Practice Introduction
Here’s an old reliable. It’s not a trendy superstar, but it sure is a workhorse of the herb world.
Skullcap (Scutellaria lateriflora) is a classic Western herb, with a long history of use in the herbal systems of North America, and more recently, Europe. [Read more…] about Skullcap – Your Workhorse Herb
At the most basic level, health maintenance is relatively simple: give the body what it needs, and don’t let it have much of what it doesn’t need—and body will run itself. Failing that, imbalances occur, and harmful substances to which you are exposed may not get eliminated quickly or efficiently enough. [Read more…] about Cleanse and Restore with Herbs
No one quite knows the origin of the zesty ginger root, called the “universal medicine” in Ayurveda, as it has never been found growing in the wild. It is presumed to have originated in tropical India, but it is also an ancient part of Chinese food and medicine. It was common to find a jar of ginger on the counter in 19th-century English pubs so the clientele could add it to their drinks. (Thus ginger ale was born.)
That Marigold on your windowsill can go in your salad, become a soup, soothe your sore throat or treat your eczema. Although a common garden plant, Marigold (Calendula officinalis) has a long history as food and medicine. The Egyptians employed Calendula as a rejuvenating herb, while the ancient Greeks utilized the golden petals to garnish and flavor food.
Join us for an excellent interview with K.P. Khalsa on HerbMentor Radio. In this interview, K.P. answers HerbMentor member questions, including advice for beginners, K.P.’s personal daily herbal routine, supplements, and how to address chronic health conditions with herbs. [Read more…] about Answers in Herbal Healing with K.P. Khalsa