Hand out link #1: Winter Wellness wheel
Handout link #2: Taste-of-Herbs handout with questions
Thanks to LearningHerbs.com and Rosalee de la Forêt, everyone can download these amazing wheel-charts and have a quick reference for the use of herbs for many acute ailments. I have engaged in some of Rosalee’s webinars (some are free!) and I feel like she is doing an amazing job at introducing TCM concepts and herbal medicine to everyday people. I highly encourage you to visit their website and see for yourself!
Thanks, and be aware and eat with care
Handouts: Written by Rosalee de la Forêt. Taste of Herbs © LearningHerbs.com, LLC
Link to article: Honey as immunomodulator in wound healing article
“Many studies suggest that honey rapidly eradicates infection
with no adverse effects, reduces inflammation, swelling, pain,
and odor, and also stimulates the wound healing process.” —p.189
known to contain antioxidants that scavenge free radicals.”—p.189
Initially I was interested in learning about honey because I put it into my coffee and/or tea, and I wanted to learn more about it in relation to its potential digestive benefits. But, when I looked into academic medical journal articles about honey, most research has been done on honeys’ wound healing actions, as an immunomodulator. This article has quite a bit of scientific jargon, but it was interesting to read about how honeys’ constituents have an impact on our immune system through topical application.
Hope you enjoy this article, and be aware and eat with care
Picture: http://honeyandbeauty.com/how-to-apply-manuka-honey-to-wounds.html ,
Article: Majtan, J 2014, ‘Honey: an immunomodulator in wound healing’, Wound Repair And Regeneration: Official Publication Of The Wound Healing Society [And] The European Tissue Repair Society, 22, 2, pp. 187-192, MEDLINE Complete, EBSCOhost, viewed 29 January 2017.