Wise Woman Radio

  • Friday, October 19, 2018 2:23 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    'Status of the Feminine' Riane Eisler

    Susun interviews Riane Eisler.
    Riane Eisler. JD, PhD (hon), is a systems scientist and cultural historian whose research has inspired both scholars and social activists. Her work shows that raising the status of women is key to constructing a more equitable and less violent world based on partnership rather than domination, and she pioneered the expansion of human rights theory and action to include the rights of women and children. She is co-founder and president of the Center for Partnership Studies (CPS), dedicated to research and education, and Editor in Chief of the Interdisciplinary Journal of Partnership Studies, an online peer-reviewed journal at the University of Minnesota that was inspired by her work.
    Dr. Eisler is internationally known for her bestseller "The Chalice and The Blade: Our History, Our Future, now in 27 foreign editions. Her book "The Real Wealth of Nations: Creating a Caring Economics, was hailed by Archbishop Desmond Tutu as “a template for the better world we have been so urgently seeking,” by Gloria Steinem as “revolutionary,” and by Jane Goodall as “a call to action.” Her most recent book, "Transforming Inter professional Partnerships won national and international awards.

    this episode Q&A includes:
    • gallstone and kidney stones- liver and kidney herbal and nutritional allies..
    • breaking the cell walls of plants-
    • maidenwort, motherwort and croneswort..
    • turkey tail, birch polypores and other medicinal mushrooms- preparations- what's in the mycelium is also in the fruiting body!?
    • nourishing herbal infusions are medicinal, medicinal foods..
    • acceptance or seeing something as a problem?
    • jimson weed - datura - be cautious!

  • Friday, October 12, 2018 12:20 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    'Bounce' Resilient Children Dr Kate Lund

    Susun interviews Dr. Kate Lund.
    Dr. Kate Lund is a licensed clinical psychologist and performance coach with more than fifteen years of experience. She has specialized training in medical psychology from Shriners Hospital for Children in Boston, Massachusetts General Hospital, and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, all of which are affiliated with Harvard Medical School, and she is an adjunct instructor in Psychology at Bastyr University in Seattle.
    As a mother and a psychologist, Kate Lund is deeply concerned about the prevalence of social media, bullying, and anxiety in America when it comes to our kids. In BOUNCE she shares tips and tools on how to help children deal with anxiety which puts a spotlight on resilience and how it helps students thrive. Resilience is so important because it is what helps children bounce back from challenge and move forward despite the challenge.
    There is some personal experience where this concept of resileince was drawn from. When she was a child, Kate was diagnosed with hydrocephalus which involved multiple surgeries where her head would have to be shaved. Her differences in appearance made her a target for the other children. With the guidance of her parents and her own resilience, she overcame and succeeded.

  • Friday, October 05, 2018 2:28 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Vocal BioAcoustic Biology Sharry Edwards

    Susun interviews Sharry Edwards.
    Sharry Edwards has been accused of being too scientific by some, too esoteric by others. She is a bridge between both fields of inquiry. Sharry is the acknowledged pioneer in the emerging field of Vocal Profiling using BioAcoustic Biology. She has for many years provided the leading-edge research to show the voice as a holographic representation of the body that can be used to change the face of medicine.
    Vocal Profiling can let us know the intentions of our leaders; the motivations of our partners; the foundation of our sense of well-being. Would those abilities be of value in the struggle to attain dominion over our intrinsic right to personal freedoms?

  • Friday, September 28, 2018 9:57 AM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Nourish to Flourish Marcie Goldman

    Susun interviews Marcie Goldman.
    Marcie Goldman is a Feminist Health Coach. This means she doesn't prescribe diets. She helps people recover from restrictive diets, "food sensitivities" and digestive-distress using food and herbs. She teaches, "nourishing is flourishing." She believes in food SKILLS, not obedience. Her work combines the Wise Woman Tradition, "nutrition recovery," and herbal medicine. A stellar combination she's honed, working one-on-one and leading group programs, for over 20 years. Marcie graduated from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition as a Board Certified Health Coach in 1999 after completing Susun Weed's Shamanic Herbal Apprenticeship in 1998. Before that, she received her Bachelor's in Women's Studies at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Most recently, Marcie is a certified Addiction Recovery Nutrition Coach and Mental Health Recovery Nutrition Coach through the Alliance for Addiction Solutions. She currently offers feminist health coaching with individuals and her next group program, "Nourish to Flourish," begins October 22nd.

    this episode Q&A includes:
    • safe and simple herbs - you can't do it wrong, you can only do it better..
    • yummy and effective remedies to make with anise hyssop..
    • working with the immune system...
    • anxiety- do what you need to do to make an interesting life..
    • what to we do to stop ourselves because we think other people will think we're weird..
    • what can we do when disaster strikes..

  • Friday, September 21, 2018 2:20 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    'Strange Beauty' Eliza Factor

    Susun interviews Eliza Factor.
    Eliza is author of the acclaimed novels The Mercury Fountain and Love Maps. Eliza and her husband have three children, the eldest of whom is multiply disabled. She is founder and President of the Board of Extreme Kids & Crew, a non profit community center that connects families with children with disabilities through the arts, music and play in Brooklyn. Factor was named New Yorker of the Week by NY1 in 2012 for creating the city's first drop in sensory playspace for children with disabilities. Eliza Factor lives in Brooklyn, NY with her family.
    Additional infomration available at https://www.elizafactor.net/strange-beauty/

    this episode Q&A includes:
    • give your spent plants back to the earth...
    • persistent organic pollutant- where do your organic dollars count?
    • strep throat- echinacea, sage honey, propolis- why not to use antibiotics unless you are in a life threatening situation..
    • herbal antibiotics- Stephen Harod Buhner's books..
    • using herbs to nourish ourselves..
    • immune system, flu shots and being exposed to virus's..
    • low level inflammation..

  • Friday, September 14, 2018 4:11 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Botanical Medicine Jill Stansbury

    Susun interviews Jill Stansbury.
    Dr Stansbury is an ethnobotanist and outdoor enthusiast and leads Ethnobotany field courses in the Andes and Manu region of the Peruvian Amazon each July. She has built a humble home in Cuzco and hosts studies in cultural anthropology, oral history collection, ethnobotany, and the mystical and healing traditions with four different tribal communities. She is presently documenting and organizing traditional ethnobotanical wisdom in order to give it back to the various tribes when the time is right. She became adept at the Spanish language to conduct this research, and know plants names in 4 additional tribal languages including Matsigenka, Bora, Wachiperi, and Yaguas.
    She is the mother of two adult children, and her hobbies include art, photography, playing the guitar and singing with friends, gardening, camping, cooking and studying quantum and metaphysics and international travel. When she’s not traveling or working, she can most likely be found in her garden.
    Dr Stansbury can be reached at jstansbury@nunm.edu.

  • Friday, September 07, 2018 9:50 AM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    '7 steps to Sexual Healing' Carolin Hauser

    Susun interviews Carolin Hauser.
    Thirteen years ago Carolin came to America from Germany with $7 in her pocket and a dream that she would be able to help others. Carolin has encountered many difficult life situations and circumstances that have helped define her and transform her into the person she is today. Through remembering her own childhood sexual trauma, recovering from a ten-year eating disorder, suffering from chronic fatigue, getting divorced and going bankrupt; to now, being married to her Divine Partner and Soulmate Paul and helping over 5,000 other people heal, find love, create success in their life, and businesses. All while growing her own business into a multi-six-figure Company. Carolin has written an award-winning book: Blossom: 7 Steps to Sexual Healing. She is a German trained Naturopathic Doctor, Humanistic Psychotherapist, and Family Constellations Facilitator. And is an internationally recognized speaker and teacher on the subjects of women’s empowerment, spirituality, relationships and emotional healing for almost two decades. Her work is based on the intersection of where the human body and experience meet past trauma... in order to heal.

    this episode Q&A includes:
    • jewelweed as a powerful anti-inflammatory..
    • overheated- ways to prepare and ingest burdock..
    • intuitive dosing of herbs- letting your body guide you..
    • homeschooling..
    • decaying teeth, infection- yarrow, echinacea and myrr..
    • goldenseal- why not to use!!!
    • gastrointestinal distress- start with slippery elm balls..
    • it doesn't matter if no one likes you- you have to like you..
    • castor oil to dissolve bone spurs..

  • Friday, August 31, 2018 10:43 AM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    PWHC's EagleSong Evans Gardener

    Susun interviews EagleSong Evans Gardener.
    EagleSong Gardener is a gardener/herbalist, grandmother/earth-keeper and a pilgrim-adventurer from the Pacific Northwest corner of North America. She is woman with a passion for culture which she notices grows from the connection of people, plants and earth, EagleSong is founder of RavenCroft Garden in Monroe, WA. where she tends heart and soul at the hearth of RavenCroft. She is the Director of the Pacific Women's Herbal Conference. A gathering for women interested in tending life the wise woman way.
    A daily practice of natural health, simple living and herbal medicine anchors her herbal apprenticeships for those interested in the rigorous journey of being human.

  • Friday, August 24, 2018 3:55 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    'Moodtopia' Sara Chana Silverstein

    Susun interviews Sara-Chana Silverstein.
    Sara-Chana is the author of the book Moodtopia: Tame your moods, de-stress, and find balance using herbal remedies. She is a Master Herbalist RH (AHG), Classical Homeopath, Board-certified lactation consultant (IBCLC), businesswoman, wife, keynote speaker and mother of seven children. She is regularly featured on TV news shows across the US discussing how people can integrate alternative medicine with conventional medicine. She is a consultant to many pediatricians, surgeons, obstetricians, midwives, general doctors and guest lectures to resident at medical schools.

    this episode Q&A includes:
    • is linden a better anti inflammatory than turmeric?
    • liver and gallbladder problem- slippery elm smoothes everything out..
    • smoke in the air and pregnant..
    • why essential oils are problematic..
    • Baba Yaga..
    • and much more..

  • Friday, August 17, 2018 9:54 AM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Ancient Feminine Wisdom HeatherAsh Amara

    Susun interviews HeatherAsh Amara.
    HeatherAsh is the bestselling author of Warrior Goddess Training, Become the Woman You Are Meant to Be. She travels the world working with groups of women to integrate the feminine wisdom of the ancients into their modern lives.

    this episode Q&A includes:
    • hypothyroidism healing success without taking medication..
    • central sleep apnea- what is the problem with the problem..
    • wholeness and integrating our darkness..
    • teachings from Elisabeth Kubler Ross..
    • tincturing yellowdock root..
    • preventing and treating ovarian cancer with ginkgo biloba tincture..
    • retaining plant volatiles from mint family plants by making pestos and honeys..
    • harvesting linden flowers..

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