Today's blog is helpful herbs that begin
with the letter I. Before we get into the amazing properties and uses of these
herbs I want to talk about how important it is to know the energy and taste of
an herb and the energy of the person taking the herb so they can be effective.
One great example of this that I recently learned in one of my classes was the
difference between Cruella de Vil and the Queen of Hearts. If you are familiar
with these characters you can see that one is cold and dry in nature (Cruella)
and the other is hot and moist in nature (Queen of Hearts) you would not use
the same herbs on these two characters because of their underlining energies.
blog is on three helpful herbs from Traditional Chinese herbs, Western herbs,
and Ayurveda herbs. I got this one out very late this week!
This information is
for educational purposes only. It is not intended to treat, cure, or diagnose
anything. Please check with your physician before taking any herbal remedies or
supplements to ensure there are no contraindications. I believe in the power of
herbs and herbal remedies but always err on the side of caution and common
sense when taking anything for your health.
is on helpful herbs that begin with the letter G. The first herb is an Ayurveda
herb that will be very useful to me in the coming months. The Hindi name of
this herb means 'destroyer of sugar'. The holiday season is upon us and that
means lots and lots of sugar! I'm currently trying to avoid the sweet stuff so here’s
hoping this herb helps! Before we began I have to do my legal disclaimer (required
by law and the school I study with): These blogs in no way should be
substituted for medical advice.