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Herbalist Chad Cornell interviews author and teacher Maya Tiwari on Ayurveda, World Peace, and The Indigenous Mind.
Lama Karma Tsundulp Lodro Interview with Chad Cornell on Buddhism, meditation, and the role of Spirituality in ecological stewardship.
Herbal Medicine is a part of all of our ancestral traditions. The way people once related to nature and to healing was much more integrated than modern medicine. Understanding how the primary elements of Earth, Air, Fire, Water, and Ether affect our health on all levels is essential to our well being. Our bodies are gardens, and our planet is a body of life. This is the foundation of Ayurveda - the ancient Science of health and longevity of India. It is also foundational to most Indigenous healing systems and Traditional Chinese Medicine. It is up to us to learn to tend to our own health and well being to prevent disease and realize health is a state of being as much as it is diet, activity, and rest!
What are the obstacles to a truly integrative health care system? In places like India and China natural remedies are used within hospitals alongside practices such as Qi Gong and Yoga, so why are we not doing this in the West? When I was teaching some students of medicine one year, I was asked the trillion dollar question....
Information on Chaga Mushrooms
Chaga - The Facts' Article
The following link is a wonderful resource about the Chaga Mushroom; its history, current use, bioactive ingredients, and incl