In 1983 I started organic herb farming in the Southeastern U.S. followed by establishing a medicinal herb school a decade later. In 1997 my schooling at a graduate program in Oriental medicine began in Florida. The next year, my younger sister was pregnant with her first child and I received a disturbing call from her … Continue reading Threatened Miscarriage Thwarted with Herbal Remedies-Acupuncture
My acupuncture school was thankfully on break for the month of July as classes ran ceaselessly during the other eleven months of the year. My then husband's cousin, who happened to live across the street, called and said he was having chest pains and pain running down his left arm. He asked me what he … Continue reading Heart Attack Stopped with Acupuncture
“My infant daughter Olivia was screaming at the top of her lungs as she lay strapped to her carrier seat dressed in a pink onesie; I had just poisoned her. It was unintentional, but the deed had been done and could not be taken back.” I explained. Thus began the tutoring of my young daughter-in-law, … Continue reading Herbs Save the Day for Infant w/ High Fever
Herbalists know the secrets of the charming elder herb and how to harvest the berries and flowers for making remedies.
My friend asked, “Do you know where you are going? Did you visit the school?” I had to admit that I had never been to Gainesville, Florida before. In my mind, it would be a short 2-year course in acupuncture that would allow me to practice herbalism under a licensed practice act that would make … Continue reading 1st Day of Acupuncture School