Do you want to discover the healing power of herbs and reconnect with nature?
Are you tired of using only conventional medications, which weaken your body?
As early as 1,000 years ago, Native Americans had their own remedies and treatments that enabled them to live healthy lives. Modern medicine has its benefits, but if you want to try a more natural approach towards health and wellness, then this book is for you.
Taking great inspiration from my deep Kootenay roots on my father's side, I'm a writer with an unbridled passion for exploring the powerful restorative and empowering nature of natural medicines that the Kootenay people have relied upon for generations. Passed down orally and in writing, I was gifted with the knowledge of my ancestors by my father as a young girl. So I decided to pass on to the world the knowledge passed down from generation to generation in my family.
Here's what you'll find in this collection of 6 BOOKS:
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Excellent Guide to Native Wisdom
This book does a really good job explaining Native American herbal medicine and the connection they see between human, spirit and nature. It is fundamental to understand this connection in order to truly see any benefits from this holistic medicine approach. I liked the way that the book explained common practices (like smudging) and medicinal herbs, plants, roots, etc. The author writes very clearly and succinctly. This keeps the reader's focus on the subject matter. - Customer Review
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Holistic Healing
One thing I really appreciated are the photos. This is a collection of 6 books for your reading pleasure. It explains and talks about what an herbalist is compared to modern medication. How roots and certain plants can heal all, and how to properly pick and preserve them. As I'm reading it talks about how/ what the different roots and plants help cure, there is also some recipes listed that you can try. And also included is an entire section of references. - Customer Review
Idid really appreciate the third section of the book. Here the author listscommon ailments or the purpose you might want an herb for (like an astringentor something for indigestion). Then under each there is a list of plants andherbs that treat that condition. I found this a greatresource. - CustomerReview
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ A good resource
The author provides lots of photographs which is very useful. If you don't grow your own herbs, the author lists several sources.
You can make your own syrups and lozenges. For fun,there is also some folklore included. - Customer Review
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Treatments for children
I liked that there was a section devoted to treating children. That is an important demographic to address separately because not all things are safe for kids to use. So a special section detailing what is safe for kids is so useful. - Customer Review