2018 Newsletters

If you desire useful information and helpful strategies that promote better health and vitality for you and your family, you’ll want to read these newsletters! We’ll be adding new newsletters as we go along this year, so check back often to the articles Amy Willis, master herbalist, has written in 2018.
 
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Healing Herb: Aronia

Aronia, also known as chokeberry, is native to South Dakota and the Midwest.  It grows from a shrub and is in the Rosaceae family. It is most commonly found in wet woods and swamps.  Aronia berries contain higher levels of antioxidants, ployphenois, and...

Tea Spotlight: Gramma’s Cure Tea

We are coming into the fall months when the cold and flu season begins, so we are going to explore Gramma's Cure Tea as one that everyone should have in their pantries. This is a wonderful tea to give the immune system a needed boost. The detoxifying herbs in this...

What is Brain Trauma?

In out last blog post, we discussed how our thoughts and emotions create the energy field that govern every cell of the body. These thoughts and emotions are our inner world of perceptions, attitudes, opinions, observations, and understanding of external input. This...

Brain Trauma Reprogramming Therapy

There is a famous equation that Einstein spoke about: E=MC^2. Most of us know that this has significance, but what does it mean? This equation says that energy is equal to mass times the speed of light (squared). In more simple terms, this is an attempt to figure out...

Wild Cherry Syrup

Now that it is cold and flu season, I have seen and heard several with a cough or cold.  So it is time to stock up on Herbs that help.  Today, I want to feature our Wild Cherry Syrup.  This is a delicious effective syrup that contains herbs that have been used...