Women have played a major role in healthcare since the beginning of time. As care-givers, medicine women, mothers, and elders they were often called upon to deal with illness, injury and childbirth. These exceptional women, like their gardens and surroundings, were nature’s gifts to help deal with the problems at hand.
It was a natural transition, despite the protests of the prevailing medical establishment, for women to pursue and enter the field of medicine.
Nature’s Gifts depicts a bouquet of medicinal plants. Like the acceptance of women into the medical profession, many herbal ingredients have struggled to regain credibility as reliable medicinal remedies.
Echinacea (Echinacea angustifolia) effective remedy for sore throats Woodland Lily (L. philadelphicum) medicinal tea treated stomach disorders Canadian Violet (V. Canadensis) – rich in Vitamins A and C used for a variety of remedies.
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