Look at WELLNESS with FOLK HERB WISDOM & share secrets

As seen by Blue Heron Ventures, LLC
written by Gayle Redfern

Get Healthy with Heron Harry and ancient folks

 Heron Harrywhispered in my ear the other day and told me it was time to begin clarifying the knowledge of our friends and family.  It was time to revisit what folk people knew all along.



When the Dalai Lama was asked what surprised him most about humanity, he answered “Man.  Because he sacrifices his health in order to make money.  Then he sacrifices money to recuperate his health.  And then he is so anxious about the future that he does not enjoy the present; the result being that he does not live in the present or the future; he lives as if he is never going to die, and then dies having never really lived.”   Heron Harry laughed when he heard this because it matches the teachings of India, China, Japan and of course Tibet.  All our ancestors knew this, but they forgot.

We know our ancestors turned to nature to help get stay healthy; they had no other choice because there were no doctors, so why don’t we? They knew f many ways to bring our body, mind and spirit into harmony. They looked at diet, meditation and physical exercise. Let’s take a look.

For a long time bananas were not available to people living in the northern regions of the globe.  Now that we can put them on our table, we get a minimum of FOUR benefits.

1. They are high in iron so they help anemia.

2. They are high in potassium and low in salt which helps lower blood pressure.

3. They are high in fibre that aids constipation.

4. They contain tryptophan which helps fight depression.

For more information,look up these headings. Blood, fibre and tryptophan benefit all parts of our body, essential for all parts of our being.

 Whether it is India, China, Japan or Tibet, we discovered balance from their past, thanks to the ancient citizens from the Asian cultures.


They found health and peace through balancing their body, mind and spirit. Wisdom from these countries show us how healing occurs, each with a slightly different approach..  Ayurveda and Chinese Medicine healed the body.  Yoga heals the spirit. All heal the mind.

For more information, click on the applicable words or go to my website www.livingwholistically.com


This site, Folk Herb Wisdom provides access to  Health and Herbal remedies wisdom and where to find entails plus an e-store of products and books to help you along the way. Here you have three choices. 1) click on the applicable information page, 2) go directly to the e-store, 3) Review my published data, either on my website http://livingwholistically.com or in one of my books. Of my four published books, the one most pertinent is Ayurveda Demystified. My latest book, Ancient Wisdoms, Exploring the Mysteries and Connections, reviews the history and learning of our ancestors, linking the synchronicity of multiple cultures. We had the information long ago and many people used it but today we forget. Why did this happen?

Long ago, families relied upon the elders to share their wisdom. Our grandparents and family knew how to select remedies just right for us for us. Today, we face a plethora of information from many cultures coming through television or other media, leading to the question — What is the best? Review the information pages and decide for yourself.


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