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Susun S Weed
Herbalist, Author, Wise Woman, Teacher

Premium Author Susun S Weed

Woodstock, NY, USA


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The wise woman tradition empowers women

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Vibrant, passionate, and involved, Susun Weed has garnered an international reputation for her groundbreaking lectures, teachings, and writings on health and nutrition. She challenges conventional medical approaches with humor, insight, and her vast encyclopaedic knowledge of herbal medicine. Unabashedly pro-woman, her animated and enthusiastic lectures are engaging and often profoundly provocative.

Susun is one of America's best-known authorities on herbal medicine and natural approaches to women's health. Her four best-selling books are recommended by expert herbalists and well-known physicians and are used and cherished by millions of women around the world.


The Medicine Wheel of Plant Uses (Part Two) copyright: Susun S. Weed The Medicine Wheel of Plant Uses begins in the East, place of the rising sun, place of dawning and beginnings, place of birth...
I aspire to be a joyous human being. As with most aspirations: It is easier said than done. Easier imagined than put into practice. Easier to search for than to have.
There is so much to learn about herbs and healing. How can we assure ourselves of our own competence?
The Wise Woman tradition is invisible. Without healers, without diseases, without cures, without certificates, without guarantees, it exists. It has no rules, no right answers, no promise of life eter...
Susun Weed shares the Wise Woman Way approact to various "hairy problems".
Along with the beauty of fall days comes the need to get ready for winter. Time to get out my long underwear and my warm wooly socks. Time to nourish my immune system so cold days won't be days of col...
Mad Ophelia tells us: "There's Rosemary, that's for remembrance". In Shakespeare's day it was common knowledge that rosemary helped one remember. Today, as then, herbalists agree: "For weyknesse of ye...
I love autumn, don't you? The days shorten and fall colors thrill my senses. Perennial roots get busy storing nourishment that will last them through the winter. And the meadows bloom with purple aste...
The Asteraceae - the Star - Family Susun S Weed Herbal medicine is people's medicine, earth medicine, wild medicine, weed medicine. Weeds are amazing powerhouses of nourishment, medicine, magi...
Use exercise, relaxation, meditation, diet, and herbs during pregnancy to improve your energy and moods.
Try using nettles - infusion, tincture, tea and greens - to give you an energy boost.
In the wise woman tradition, nourish vibrant health rather than seek out stimulants - even when it comes to love.
Abundance is everyone! All around. And it isn't necessarily defined by what we 'own' or 'possess'.
Hawthorn is the tree of May. Its many common names include whitethorn, hagthorn, ladies' meat, quickthorn, maytree, and mayblossom. Its magic and medicine are ancient and memorable. From the earliest ...
While there is no food that prevents or cures HPV infections, the likelihood of warts or cancer is determined by the immune system - which can be nourished and strengthened with wise woman ways.

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