Rita Korsmo (65) från Stokke i Vestfold i Norge, äter det många andra föredrar att elda upp eller rycka upp med rötterna för att bli av med det. Brännässla, maskros och kirskål, ingår i hennes dagliga kost och ger både henne och andra i en mils omkrets, energi och hälsa.
September 2nd, 2017
By Nick Polizzi
Guest writer for Wake Up World
Every week, we receive emails from folks who are eager to get ahold of the jungle medicines that were featured in the Sacred Science film. My first question to these passionate seekers is, “Have you explored the traditional herbal remedies that are available in your neck of the woods?” More often than not, the answer is no.
Yes, there is something intoxicating and mysterious about paddling down a foliage-entwined river to a remote village where there is rumored to be a powerful shaman. But similar practices exist all over the world, and many are available in or near your home.
Today I’m going to focus on three natural medicines that are so easy to find that they may already live in your kitchen!
Garlic – Allium sativum