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Choosing the best herbal remedy

I just found this interesting information from a newsletter by Susan S. Weed



Explore herbs using your sense of taste! 

Instantly download your FREE Taste of Herbs Flavor Wheel (link included below)
 Have you ever been confused about how to learn herbs?
Have you ever felt overwhelmed when it came to choosing the right herbal remedy for yourself or for your family and friends?
There is so much herbal information out there 
but how do we make sense of it all?
Rosalee de la Forêt has created the Taste of Herbs Flavor Wheel to give you more confidence in choosing the best herbal remedy. It’s like a blueprint to understanding Herbalism.






The Taste of Herbs Flavor wheel was inspired by the flavor wheel of wine connoisseurs. Instead of memorizing long lists of herbs, use your sense of taste to learn about herbs from a practical level.


How to Restore your Health with Herbs:
Chinese Exercises and Herbs to ease Depression
10 Ways to Boost Thyroid and Balance Hormones
Herbs for Heavy Metal Detox

Ayurvedic Herbs and Yoga to stop a Common Cold
Can’t Poo? Here’s What To Do…
Blood Pressure Control with Acupressure, Qigong, Meditations and Healing Sounds


Detox and Heal:
Yoga practice to increase abdominal fire, reduce fat and purify the entire system of toxins
How to build up Chi (Qi) to fight off Illness
Detox with a profound effect on the nervous system
8 Exercises for Fitness, Healing, and Longevity
Standing Qigong produced superior results
Chinese Exercises and Herbs to ease Depression
Ayurvedic and Yoga remedies to stop a Common Cold


This chart sums up all the different aspects of a taste of an herb including common chemical constituents, herbal energetics, herbal terminology and of course, the herbs themselves.

Update on 3/11/2014 - I believe the PDF file is no longer available at the link above, but if you leave me a comment with your email, I can forward it to you.



Tips for healthy Digestion:


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Try In-bed Health-preserving Morning Massage

More Exercises and Tips for Energy Flow(Qi) Cultivation:


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