herbology


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herbology

(ĕr-bŏl′ŏ-jē) [″ + ″]
The study of the uses and effects of herbs.

herbology

use of Chinese herbs in medicine.
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The course includes Chinese herbology, nutrition, qi gong, and taiji.
April Obersteller, of the sales and marketing department at Sierra Sage Organics, notes that more consumers are appreciating the benefits of ancient herbology and seeking them in skin care products.
Herbology Bathing "My top tip to start your New Year skincare regime is daily dry body brushing," advises Jo Parker, spa director at Champneys.
ELEMENTAL HERBOLOGY CELL FOOD PS42 This is a powerhouse of proteins, vitamins and anti-oxidants - a little like a smoothie for your skin, but not just for breakfast.
Other future plans include writing a book about the country, learning more about herbology, and baking - but he frowns at the notion that rural life has calmed him down.
Since then I have become a hypnotherapist, I have studied herbology and Reiki, and I certify nurses and psychologists in guided imagery.
Ruth Hedrick, certified in vitalistic herbology and whole-food nutrition, will teach the "History of Healing" from 2 p.
Kempinski Pure Spa also features unique naturally-rejuvenating treatments including bespoke massage, scrubs and body wraps, created with products from Elemental Herbology which combine bioactive ingredients with sophisticated technology.
The cottage's gothic architecture is "straight out of Hogwarts" and it has a pretty garden, including a herb patch like that seen in Professor Sprout's Herbology lessons.
It also has a pretty cottage garden, including a herb patch like that seen in Professor Sprout's Herbology lessons.
The past year has witnessed the strengthening of a range of spaces where dynamic revolutionary change is manifesting: independent media including participatory media through media co-ops, anarchist bookfairs from Victoria to Edmonton, community acupuncture and herbology, child-care collectives in Vancouver and Montreal, legal defense networks such as the Movement Defense Committee, organic gardens and farms, autonomous peer-run safe spaces and drop-ins for street and queer/trans youth, communal houses and squats.