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                  Betti Bresette
                 Little Wing
             Medicine Woman

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         Riverside, Ca.  92509

Botanical's for ailments S thru Z

SEXUAL DEPRESSANT; hops, sage, skullcap, valerian root, willow bark

SEXUAL STIMULANT; alfalfa, bitterroot, ginseng, gotu kola, lobelia, lupine, purslane

SINUS; aspen, capsicum, chicory, coltsfoot, echinacea, elderberry, eucalyptus, fennel, ginger, goldenseal, hyssop, lobelia, mullein, sage, wintergreen, yerba santa

ULCERS; birch, black walnut, bloodroot, cramp bark, echinacea, elderberry, elm bark, eucalyptus, goldenseal, horsetail, Indian Hemp, oak, papaya, prickly pear, red clover, slippery elm, sumac, wild onion, willow, yellow dock, yucca

WARTS; buckthorn, cabbage, chaparral, cowslip, dandelion, garlic, lobelia, milkweed, mullein, prickly pear, sage, tansy

Footnote: The natural botanicals were recognized by Native Americans as medicine-pure and simple form. There were no synthetic, man-made substitutes that were deemed better. The Native people only used whatever "Mother Earth" provided as medicine for her children. Using this philosophy they were able to heal one another. How simple it was - how beautiful.

Botanicals can be used by applying compresses, boiled, steeped and made into tea, leaves and flowers can be chewed, or made into pastes or poultices. If you prefer not to collect your own medicine you can purchase Botanical extracts and concentrates from a local Nutrition center or health food store. If you do not have one near you contact me for a supplier near you.

For more information on herbal classes you can contact the Australasian School of Herbal study. They have a several classes available.

I hope you have found this information useful and interesting.

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