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  • Friday, September 22, 2017 10:47 AM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Children's Advocate Diane Levin

    Susun interviews Diane Levin.
    Diane is internationally recognized expert helping professionals, parents and policymakers understand and respond to the impact of various societal forces-such as violence and sexualization, and media and commercial culture-on children's development, learning and behavior. She is a founder of 3 advocacy organizations:T.R.U.C.E—Teachers Resisting Unhealthy Children's Entertainment, which helps professionals help parents deal with the impact of media and promote quality play;Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood, which works to end the commercial exploitation of children; and, Defending the Early Years, which advocates for appropriate early childhood practice that counteracts inappropriate aspects of many recent school reform mandates. Levin is a Professor of Early Childhood Education at Wheelock College and her 9th book, Beyond Remote-Controlled Childhood: Teaching Young Children in the Media Age.

    this episode Q&A includes:
    • carotene rich foods for eye health must be cooked,frozen, soaked in oil- no consumed raw..
    • poke berries- joint swelling..
    • heat in the liver- chinese 5 element theory..
    • basis of all true spirituality is time spent alone in nature..
    • false positive and false negative test results statistics..
    • modern medicine is made for normal American's eating the standard American diet and watching 3-4 hours of television a day..
    • folic acid added to foods increases chances of colon cancer..

  • Friday, September 15, 2017 6:59 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Goddess Inc Priestess Anne Key

    Susun interviews Anne Key.
    Anne’s first memoir Desert Priestess recounts her time as the Priestess of the Temple of Goddess Spirituality Dedicated to Sekhmet in Nevada. She co-edited Heart of the Sun: An Anthology in Exaltation of Sekhmet and Stepping Into Ourselves: An Anthology of Writings on Priestesses. Her latest book— Burlesque, Yoga, Sex and Love: A memoir of Life under the Albuquerque Sun —explores the wonders of mid-life. She performs with the nationally recognized troupe Burlesque Noir in Albuquerque, New Mexico under the stage name Annie O’Roar.

    this episode Q&A includes:
    • scarring in the airway of the throat- what has not worked? second brew of infusions, classic homeopath, metaphoric way of expressing blockage..
    • blotchy skin- fungal rash- vinegar bath with visualization..
    • stress- ways to accommodate stress that make you healthier, adaptogens and mint family plants..
    • magical plants- does cannabis interfer with memory..
    • clogged arteries- cholesterol? activated charcoal..
    • holistic medicine works much better as a preventative than a cure..
    • motherwort tincture to lower blood pressure..
    • concussions and increasing blood flow with ginkgo biloba, exercise..
    • mushrooms are queen of immune response..
    • musculoskeletal and nerve pain- hypericum perforatum tincture..
    • children's skin is much much more sensitive than adult skin..

  • Friday, September 08, 2017 2:25 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Nonduality Institutes Judith Blackstone

    Susun interviews Judith Blackstone.
    Judith Blackstone, PhD, is a spiritual teacher, psychotherapist, and founding director of Nonduality Institute. She developed the Realization Process, an embodied approach to nondual spiritual awakening and psychological healing. She is the author of Belonging Here, The Enlightenment Process, The Intimate Life, The Empathic Ground, and an audiobook: The Realization Process.
    Judith's website is www.realizationcenter.com

    this episode Q&A includes:
    • tinctures made from dried plants are more drug like, less safe and can be less effective..
    • child with possible bronchial infection- mullein, echinacea..
    • soy milk used as a medicine is effective at removing radiation up to 3 days after exposure..
    • motherwort, lemonbalm or lavendar tinctures to relieve anxiety..
    • elecampane is the disinfectant of the lungs..
    • knee replacement surgery...
    • help healing the bones after a motorcycle accident- comfrey infusion..
    • medicinal mushrooms work better when combined- reishi, maitake, shitake, polypores, turkeytail, lionsmane...
    • homeopathic remedies are not typically suited for healing infections..
    • whole food supplements- NO- eat real food!

  • Thursday, August 31, 2017 12:08 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    My University of Light Jennifer Henry

    Susun interviews Jennifer Henry.
    Jennifer is a natural born psychic medium, and has offered spiritual readings professionally since 1989, helping people all over the world. She is certified in Meduimship and Medical Intuition, holds degrees in Liberal Arts and Spanish, and is a licensed nondenominational minister. Jennifer is the founder of My University of Light, offering readings, mentorships and classes that facilitate psychic development.

    this episode Q&A includes:
    • planters warts- cutting off oxygen, sap from various plants, acid from drugstore, have it frozen off at doctors office..
    • fungal rash- essential oils will make it a whole lot worse..
    • epstein-barr virus- nourishing herbal infusions and hypericum perforatum tincture and oil..
    • Hypericum is very safe made as a tincture or oil from fresh plant material- not safe from dried plant preparations and capsules..
    • vaginal and oral HPV- hypericum perforatum- Saint Joan's Wort..
    • making japanese knotweed tincture and elderberry tincture..
    • nourishing liver with cooling burdock or chicory or energizing dandelion..
    • acid reflux- slowly dissolved slippery elm balls..

  • Friday, August 25, 2017 11:15 AM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Goddess Wisdom Rev. Judith Laxer

    Susun interviews Rev. Judith Laxer.
    Originally from New York, Judith Laxer moved west in 1989. She took her lifelong interest and study in psychic phenomena and metaphysics and began the professional transition from a career in the Performing Arts to one in Spirituality.
    On the Summer Solstice in 1992, Judith became a licensed, Ordained SHES (Spiritual Healers and Earth Stewards) Minister. Since then, she has created and officiated at countless ceremonies and rituals as a Minister and Priestess.
    As a teacher, Judith has been creating and leading classes, workshops and programs in spiritual development, Goddess consciousness, and psychic awareness since 1993, as part of her private practice and at spirituality conferences and gatherings nationally.

    this episode Q&A includes:
    • one quart infusion for single person, two quart for pregnant woman, three quarts for lactating woman..
    • comfrey leaf infusion made with a pinch of mint drunk either iced or hot with honey..
    • sinus headaches- clothes pins on toe tips, ice technique..
    • propagating skullcap and lobelia..
    • why is fasting a BAD idea?
    • olive olive oil or coconut treatment for dry hair..
    • crones wort and high CBD :)

  • Friday, August 18, 2017 2:27 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    EagleSong Evans Gardener

    Susun interviews EagleSong Evans Gardener.
    EagleSong is wise woman, herbalist, pilgrim-adventurer, grandmother and earth keeper. She founded RavenCroft Garden a resource center cultivating for living with earth in Monroe, WA in 1991. Recently, the spark of the Pacific Women’s Herbal Conference rekindled under EagleSong’s soft breathing…she tends the Sacred Spiral of the Pacific Wise Women online and through seasonal northwest events.
    EagleSong is a human being with 66 years practice. Most of her life, she asked herself in any given challenge or circumstance, “what would nature do?” An exploration into personal story and a template that has served her well through garden tending, child raising, fire storms, journeys to the underworld and other more common catastrophes.

    this episode Q&A includes:
    • shatavari- Susun is interested in herbs of India, but not enough to abandon American herbs..
    • conceiving after 40- 2-3 red clover infusions a wk, vitex berry tincture, animal fat at every meal..
    • antibiotics are not preventative!
    • immune system cannot get to the teeth as easy as other parts of the body- use yarrow directly..
    • how does queen annes lace work as a birth control?
    • making mullein milk for lungs dealing with asthma..
    • tincturing fresh first year mullein leaves..
    • healing from lasik surgery- chicken soup, carotenes, drinking infusions, palm cupping technique..
    • high CBD success..
    • spores of mold are loaded with protein- lots of allergies caused by protein sensitivities..

  • Friday, August 11, 2017 3:42 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Island Herbs Ryan Drum

    Susun interviews Ryan Drum.
    Ryan Drum, PhD has a BSc in Chemical Technology and a PhD in Botany (Phycology) from Iowa State University. He studied Herbal Medicine with Ella Birzneck, founder of Dominion Herbal College in British Columbia for 12 years, and taught at their summer seminars for 35 years. He has been an adjunct faculty at Bastyr University since 1984, and he lectures at major herbal conferences and herbal schools.
    Dr. Drum is the author of over 30 scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals, the author of Electron Microscopy of Diatom Cells 1966, Springer Verlag, a 100-Plate Atlas, in print for 20 years, and a contributing author of two chapters in Planting the Future (Gladstar and Hirsch 2001) and a chapter in Fundamentals of Naturopathic Endocrinology, M. Friedman 2005.

    this episode Q&A includes:
    • mints! shiso reseeds itself beautifully, stevia is a mint and prunella vulgaris too..
    • tannins tan..
    • catnip tincture makes a wonderful bug repellant..
    • comfrey strengthens skin, bones, ligament, mucous membranes of respiratory and digestive systems..
    • soy milk used as a medicine not a food prevents damage from radiation..
    • mentored students- check out herbs for cancer treatment- information can also be found on Time Monk Radio airing this month..
    • ssri's- placebos with bad side effects? hypericum out performs out performs them all when taken in tincture form from fresh flowering plant..
    • very elevated blood pressure- passionflower, diuretics, lack of sleep..
    • restoring eyesight and preventing eyesight loss with hawthorn, amla, carotenes..
    • burdock tincture should have a white film containing inulin

  • Friday, August 04, 2017 3:46 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Clinical Sexologist Dr. Patti Britton

    Susun interviews Dr. Patti Britton.

    Dr. Patti Britton is a Clinical Sexologist, Sexuality Educator and the Pioneer of Sex Coaching with top level credentials. She has a private practice in Los Angeles and via Skype globally. She is the author of a female-friendly erotic novel and an expert on /erotica from a woman’s perspective.

    She co-hosts a dynamic weekly radio show for the boomer generation at: TheBoomDoctors.com

    this episode Q&A includes:
    • viral asthma, swollen tonsils in 7 year old- highly diluted poke tincture, echinacea tincture..
    • reward system set up with the doctor/ child relationship..
    • mucous- no disease cased by excess mucous..
    • instead of eliminating the disease we nourish the wholeness of the individual..
    • meadowsweet- filipendula and spirea preparations..
    • monarda fistulosa- antibacterial effects in gut and respiratory system..
    • making yummy things with mint family plants..
    • eastern white cedar seeds- when ripe, swiss cure, maybe/maybe not problematic for kidneys...
    • foods and herbs that contain vitamin C..
    • abortion after tubal pregnancy, heartache, self care, Tiny Giant Losses...
    • visualization for removing scarring in fallopian tube..

  • Friday, July 28, 2017 4:17 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Red Earth Herbal Gathering Founders

    Susun interviews the Red Earth Herbal Gathering Founders Astrid Grove and Leela Whitcomb-Hewitt.
    Astrid Grove currently lives in the Colorado mountain town of Nederland with her husband, her two daughters, and two cats. Her passion lies in facilitating and supporting women's empowerment through midwifery, hands on healing, plant medicine and sacred ceremony.
    Leela Whitcomb-Hewitt practices Maya Abdominal Therapy and wise woman herbalism with Tibetan Medicine. With these tools she supports women in releasing abdominal tension and improving digestion to bring about systemic health. Since childhood Leela has been gathering in ceremony to honor the cycle of the year and the interconnectedness of all life. She is excited to be co-creating this gathering, welcoming you to hold and be held, inspire and be inspired and bring healing to yourself and the world.

    Click for more info on Red Earth Herbal Gathering 

    this episode Q&A includes:
    • long term dizziness and nausea- boneset tincture or hypericum taken regularly..
    • hawthorn tincture for low or high blood pressure- it is a regulator...
    • we all do the best we can can, but there are not any guarantees..
    • making yarrow tincture..
    • come to the plants with complete humbleness..
    • eczema- plantain oil and liver nourishing dandelion..
    • a dairy free diet for a 16 year old is a hip replacement for a 60 year old..
    • hypericum oil is much safer than commercial sun screen..
    • plants are not drugs! no active ingredients!
    • fluid in the ear? baked onion..
    • removal of ovaries...

  • Friday, July 21, 2017 1:25 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Childbirth Educator Jill Wodnick

    Susun interviews Jill Wodnick.
    Jill Wodnick is national speaker on improving maternal infant health. Prior her current work at Montclair State University, Jill led a Community Doula Program in Hudson County, NJ for Medicaid enrolled womyn. She has been part of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women's Global Prenatal Initiative as well as on local and statewide programs for improving maternity care. Jill is also is a community herbalist and honors the interdepedent web of caring for our earth and caring for families. Jill teaches medical providers at grand rounds, graduate students and professionals, but learns the most from listening to womyn and the sacred ecology of giving birth and being born.

    this episode Q&A include:
    • small cell lung cancer - medicinal mushrooms prevent metastasis- find out more at www.fungi.com
    • preventative radiation does not increase life span..
    • MRI's are aggressive and invasive- a threat to health..
    • menopausal dryness throughout the body - nourishing herbal infusions and vaginal estrogens, do not drink water..
    • longevity of herbs- dried herbs, tinctures, oils..
    • drying and preserving herbs..
    • vegetarian diet is not healthy for anyone, especially children..
    • heme carries iron and oxygen to every cell of our body..
    • turkey tail mushroom is very effective for women dealing with breast cancer- breast cancer and prostate cancer are basically the same cancer in different places..
    • More B vitamins? brown rice, lentils, red clover infusion, nettle infusion..
    • neti pots can cause chronic nasal problems.

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