I invite you to join me on this new and exciting journey! After 31 years in business I have realized that the two most frequent transformational tips I have shared with clients over the years are not my favorite diets, herbs or alternative therapies, but instead two powerful tools – Embrace the journey each step […]
That Pesky Spring Cold!
Someone on a list I am part of posted an article from the New York Times about the dangers of cold medicines for young children and asked if there were alternative remedies for colds. I could not agree more about the dangers – we have been using alternative medicine for colds and flus since my […]
Letter to the Editor: Herbal Syrups and Flus
Dear Kristie, I read your BLOG posting about herbal remedies for colds, flu, etc and I was hoping you would answer a few questions for me. Can you make the fenugreek and thyme teas into syrups as well? Do you need to ask the pharmacist for vegetable glycerin or is it on the shelf? Do you […]
The Longest Living Herb on Earth
I wish I could BLOG a smell. As we were driving through the Texas desert I had to stop the car because the smell of chaparral was so strong I thought I must be imagining things. Once you smell chaparral you never forget how it smells. Although I have never lived in a region where it […]
Why Isn’t Natural Healing Working For Me?
One of the aspects of holistic healing that is most beneficial to people is that it usually takes into account a person’s individual temperament and unique needs. I say, usually, because sometimes even “holistic” practitioners propagate the idea that “this herb, food, method or product” is good for everyone. Additionally, many new “home based natural products” […]
My Favorite Cold Remedies
One of the students at The Avicenna Institute posted an article from the New York Times about the dangers of cold medicines for young children and asked if there were any remedies we use for colds. I could not agree more about the dangers – we have been using alternative medicine for colds and flus […]