There are a number of interesting articles on historic immune strategies as well as Ingrid Naiman's "take" on immunity, measures that individuals can take to enhance immunity and protect against
risks of infections, and links to places to purchase her superb line of immune formulas. There are even recipes for people who prefer to make their own remedies.
The hostess of this site has an entire web site devoted to mold, including some discussion of antifungal herbs.
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
can be difficult to pinpoint. Stress can be job- or
money-related. One may not like the work or the
work place or other people at the office; one may not
be earning enough to make ends meet. Stress can
also be physical: working long hours, not sleeping
well, straining oneself to meet perceived outside obligations,
or sports-related, such as with marathon competitors.
Living with an alcoholic or a person
who gambles is stressful, but living with someone one
instinctively dislikes or mistrusts is harder to recognize
as a stressor. There are pathogenic factors that
one may or may have identified. These can be as
subtle, but real, such as anxiety over global politics
and the manner in which people in high positions exercise
their power to as unrecognized as proximity to ley lines,
outgassing of building materials, electrical frequencies,
and astrophysical force fields.
Sacred Medicine Sanctuary has a wonderful line of therapeutic grade essential oils. We also have many books on aromatherapy as well as several inspiring articles.
There are over 3000 different parasites that
have been loosely grouped into four different categories. According
to the World Health Organization, 3.5 billion people suffer
from some type of parasitic infection. Not all of these people
live in third world countries; many in the developed world
have any number of parasitic infections, some of which are
so highly contagious that extremely casual contact with something
that has been handled by an infected person can infect another
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St. John's wort is prized by sufferers of
depression, seasonal affective disorder, anxiety,
and sleep disorders.
Sacred Medicine Sanctuary offers a number of very pure soaps, especially ones with black cumin seed oil. We also have an extensive line of Ayurvedic soaps, as well as some important articles and information on environmental and health reasons for using natural soaps.
Gall Stones & Gallbladder
The graphic below shows a gallbladder
that has been surgically removed and cut so as to reveal the
presence of gallstones. The third image shows a plate with the "catch" from
someone who eliminated the stones using the flush method described
on this site.
Pesticides, plastics, petroleum products,
and "the pill" can mimic estrogen in the body and
contribute to a host of serious imbalances that undermine health.
Lycium and Goji Berries
Goji berries are a specific variety
of lycium, one that is not endangered. I have been working
with lycium for many years already. In the past, I have made
liver and eye tonics out of Chinese lycium berries as well
as New Mexican wolf berries, another variety. I have also
either with just lycium berries and water or with other ingredients
such as lemon or pineapple juice, coconut milk, ginger and/or
galangal juice and slices or even a touch of cardamom. I
have made ice cream (absolutely the best anyone has ever
tasted) with lycium berries and carrot juice with a little
coconut, ginger, and cardamom. Our tonic is made with the authentic Mongolian berry and is immune enhancing as well as protective for people undergoing harsh treatments with pharmaceutical drugs.
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Through diet, herbs, thought, life style,
and meditation, the body either maintains harmony or exhibits
the symptoms of imbalance.
The famous Greekphysician Dioscorides
used black cumin seeds to treat headaches and toothaches. Mohammed
said that black cumin cures every disease but death itself. The
reason might be found in the complex chemical structure of the
seeds. These little seeds have over one hundred different chemical
constituents, including abundant sources of all the essential fatty
acids. Though it is the oil that is most often used medicinally,
the seeds are a bit spicy and are often used whole in cookingcurries,
pastries, and Mediterranean cheeses.
Revered by Hildegard of Bingen, with digestive and
immune boosting properties.