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About Susun Weed


Susun's Biography

Susun S. Weed has no official diplomas of any kind; she left high school in her junior year to pursue studies in mathematics and artificial intelligence at UCLA and she left college in her junior year to pursue life.

Susun began studying herbal medicine in 1965 when she was living in Manhattan while pregnant with her daughter, Justine Adelaide Swede.

She wrote her first book -- Wise Woman Herbal for the Childbearing Year (now in its 29th printing)-- in 1985 and published it as the first title of Ash Tree Publishing in 1986.

It was followed by Healing Wise (1989), New Menopausal Years the Wise Woman Way (1992 and revised in 2002), Breast Cancer? Breast Health! The Wise Woman Way (1996) and Down There: Sexual and Reproductive Health the Wise Woman Way.

In addition to her writing, Ms Weed trains apprentices, oversees the work of more than 300 correspondence course students, coordinates the activities of the Wise Woman Center, and is a High Priestess of Dianic Wicca, a member of the Sisterhood of the Shields, and a Peace Elder.

Susun Weed is a contributor to the Routledge International Encyclopedia of Women's Studies, peer- reviewed journals, and popular magazines, including a regular column in Sagewoman.

Her worldwide teaching schedule encompasses herbal medicine, ethnobotany, pharmacognosy, psychology of healing, ecoherbalism, nutrition, and women's health issues and her venues include medical schools, hospital wellness centers, breast cancer centers, midwifery schools, naturopathic colleges, and shamanic training centers, as well as many conferences.

Susun appears on many television and radio shows, including National Public Radio and NBC News.

Check out Susun's Publicity Schedule


In Susun's own words:

Dedicated to the Wise Woman tradition, I help women to learn the oldest ways of healing - together we are rediscovering the green witch/healer in each of us.

My goal is to change how we think about health and healing. May we all reclaim herbal medicine as the simple, safe primary care it is; a gift of health from the green nations.

My primary ally, my teacher in all things is Nature: the Earth and her many companions. I live with the plants, and the weather, and my goats.

I grow most of my own food, heat with wood, milk the goats twice a day. No radio, no recorded music, no TV, no newspaper intrudes on my day or interrupts my thoughts. I listen to the plants. I put their words into print. I publish their thoughts.

From March through November each year, I open my home to students, apprentices, and visiting teachers. Our workshops focus on the teachings of the Wise Woman Way, which nourishes wholeness through story, ceremony, and weeds. We have classes on herbal medicine, spirit healing, shamanic skills, priestess trainings, sacred sexuality, grief, chanting, and more.

Teachers from all over the world come to the Wise Woman Center, but the primary teacher is always Mother Nature, the Great Goddess. Each apprentice chooses a goddess archetype to live with during her stay, and she chooses a green ally -- one plant -- to work with for a year.

Part of their work is to herd the goats, which requires being alone in Nature for most of the day. I do my best to create for the apprentices the same situations that allowed me to hear the plants speaking, that opened my heart to the ways of Nature. We do trances, we chant, we listen to the plants.

I want my students to learn as I learned, not what I learned. I want them to find their own way and to trust their own intuition. This is the goal in my books, too. I am not telling women how to do it right -- because there is no one right way -- I am sharing all the ways there are to do it, so they can choose, so they have their own power.

Green Blessings, Susun Weed

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Susun's One Day Workshops
(Wise Woman Center, Woodstock, NY)

This day-long workshop is taught by Susun Weed at the Wise Woman Center in Woodstock NY. Class is from 10 am to 5pm. Each one-day workshop with Susun Weed at the Wise Woman Center includes talking stick ceremony, a weed walk, wild-food lunch, and instruction.

At each workshop we will identify, harvest, and use local plants for food and medicine.
Registration Fee: $75. Register online or via mail: PO Box 64 Woodstock NY 12498

Women can join us for a moon lodge on the Friday of each of these weekends.

Overnight lodging for Friday and Saturday nights is available nearby.

REGISTRATION POLICY: Once you register we will send you a map and further details.

REFUND POLICY: If you cancel more than two weeks (15 days or more) before the workshop, we are able to offer you a full refund minus a $25 office fee. If you cancel within two weeks (14 days or less) of the workshop, we will be happy to apply your payment (minus a $25 office fee) to any other class at the Wise Woman Center. No show; no refund; non-negotiable. You may transfer your payment to another person at any time, no extra charge.

CONTACT US: Wise Woman Center PO Box 64 Woodstock NY 12498


"In a time of increasing complexity. . .someone still teaches the simple things."



“Your classes are more than expected: insightful, informative, joyous, and clear.”



One-day workshops (10AM-5PM), open to men and women. You'll be outside among the plants with Susun and the goats, learning to identify, harvest, and use local plants for food and medicine. Fee: $75, includes lunch with a wild salad.

This day-long workshop is taught by Susun Weed at the Wise Woman Center in Woodstock NY. Each one-day workshop includes talking stick ceremony, a weed walk, wild-food lunch, and instruction.

"You opened the door to quite an education and lots of fun, too."



April 30: Spring Tonics and Treasures

Join Susun for a wild ramble as we encounter and learn how to use the special green allies of spring. We will explore birch water, root beer, dandelion wine, rampions, wild horseradish, and triple goddess vinegar. We will bite buds, pick and eat a wild salad, smell roots, laugh, and think green!


May 1: Hands-on Herbal Medicine: It's Spring!

Ready to get your hands dirty harvesting herbs, drying them, and preparing vinegars, tinctures, a salad and more? Then join me as we make nettle soup, gather a wild salad, and prepare herbal medicines. Delight in violets, get back at garlic mustard, cheer chickweed, consult with cronewort, and possibly even dig some dandelion. A great class for beginners as well as the more experienced gardener or naturalist who wants to expand their horizons..

"The lessons you've given me will be my companions forever."

May 21: Happy Knees

If your knees, or wrists, or hips, or back hurt, you're in good company. Most of us hurt in one or more joints, often daily. Drugstore painkillers are cheap and effective, but damaging to the kidneys, liver, and heart. There are excellent alternatives to NSAIDs. Our day together will focus on the herbs including skullcap, St. Joan's wort, marijuana, willow, wild yam, and poke and the body-centered techniques including chi kung, tai chi, Alexander work, Feldenkreis technique, and meditation that are proven to relieve joint pain, and make your knees happy.

"You are a wonderful teacher and an incredible example."

May 22: Hands-on Herbal First-Aid

What do you do when you, or the ones you love, get cut, burned, scraped, stung, bitten, or bruised? How do you handle rashes, poison ivy, tick bites, snake bites and other nasties? Herbal first aid is immediate, effective, right at hand, and a great way to jump into herbal medicine. With the confidence you gain from using plants to stop itching, quell bleeding, counter infection, and eliminate pain, you will soon be ready to use herbs internally to deal with more complex challenges. A great class for anyone who spends time outside: children, beginners, and seasoned pros alike.


"You opened a grounded, ancient, wise, visionary, magical world to me."

June 11: Hands-on Herbal Medicine: Great Remedies

Right now is the time to harvest the great remedies, the ones I rely on routinely, year after year, the mainstay allies, the ones who do so much. Roll up your sleeves, grab your basket, put on your sunhat and find your scissors, it's time to harvest and dry herbs for teas and infusions. Time to make herbal tinctures, vinegars, honeys, and oils. Which of the plants that I treasure the most will be with us today? Elder, comfrey, dandelion, nettle, motherwort, lemon balm, catnip, red clover, plantain, yarrow, and so many more. Our Talking Stick Ceremony and the Green Allies themselves will guide the teachings of the day. Everyone is welcome: beginners and adepts and everyone in between.


June 12: Hands-on Herbal Medicine: More Great Remedies

The only difference between Saturday and Sunday is the plants that we will spend time with. Which of the great remedies will we play with today? Nettle, motherwort, red clover, yarrow, burdock, comfrey, plantain, linden, St. Joan's wort, and so many more want our attention. The days are independent, but complementary. As always, we will begin with Talking Stick, break for a wild food lunch around 1pm, and enjoy ourselves immensely. Green blessings are everywhere.


"The simplicity of your approach is amazing and empowering."


July 23: A Day with the Trees

I love trees. Don't you? Wander with me in the forest, learning from and about the Standing People, the trees, and their allies, the mushrooms and their mycelia. Oak, ash, linden, birch, willow, maple, beech . . . Who will we meet? What will we discover? What medicines, what magic awaits us? What shamanic journeys will the trees open to us? Trees give us shelter, warmth, furniture, food, and medicine. Join me for a day devoted to thanking the trees and listening to them for a change. A wonderful class for naturalists and those just steeping into herbal medicine and opening the door to the otherworld of plants and green blessings.


July 24: Hands-on Chronic problems

Asthma and allergies, arthritis and dermatitis, digestive upsets and depression, dementia and auto-immune diseases, heart problems and gum disease there are so many ways to have a chronic problem. Herbal medicine and the Wise Woman Tradition offer simple, safe, and amazingly effective remedies for many chronic problems. Bring your problems and your curiosity for a day full of ways to counter inflammation and feel a lot better fast.

"I continue to relish the special communion I felt in that amazing circle of Wise Women."

Sept 17: Hands-on Herbal Medicine: Magical plants

Some herbs are medicine, and some are food. And some change our minds. Throughout the world, magical and mind-altering plants are the first plants studied by those who wish to be healers and helpers. This is one of the hidden secrets of Western herbalism. You don't have to go to Peru to find and use plants that open your mind to the worlds around you. While some are exotic, many grow right around us. In addition to mind-altering plants, we will talk about and perhaps visit with the fairies and the plant devas. You will make a dream pillow to take home. We will explore flying ointments, third eye opening tinctures, and love potions. If your expertise has not included this important group of plants, please join us. Beginners will benefit enormously from this class but it is not suitable for children. Experienced herbal folk will find much to delight them in this day.


Sept 18: Wines & Lacto-Ferments

Before there were tinctures, there were herbal wines and beers. Before there were refrigerators, there were lacto-fermented foods of all kinds: pickles, miso, kefir, yogurt, sauerkraut, kimchi, and more. Join me in celebrating the old ways and learning how easy and satisfying it is to make your own. Fermented foods of all kinds feed gut flora that keep us happy and healthy. Students are welcome to take home starter cultures from my mothers. Everyone welcome.


"Your dynamic presence and remarkable story telling make learning fun and easy."


Oct 15:  Hands-on Herbal Medicine: Digging Roots

Come get your hands dirty as we dig burdock, yellow dock, teasel, dandelion, and/or chicory and make herbal medicines. We will create tinctures and vinegars, dry and infuse roots. We will find ourselves deeply grounded and loving the Earth. As the days shorten and the nights get chilly, plants start to store up medicine and food in their roots. Let's be there to take advantage of these intense medicines. Stories, songs, Talking Stick, and the fairies will be part of our day. Geared toward beginners, this class offers those already experienced interesting new ways of connecting to their roots.

Oct 16:  Winter Readiness

Here come colds, the flu, coughs, congestion, sore throats, and all the ways that winter can whomp you. Whomp back with simple, safe, effective herbs. Learn how to tell the difference between hot colds and cold colds, and the best ways to counter them. Be astonished by the magic of sauerkraut and the mystery of elderberry. Gasp at the truth about vitamin C. Become confindent about the best way to use echinacea. Meet boneset and hear her story. Be amazed at the power of yarrow. Learn all about antibacterial, antitiviral, and anti-inflammatory herbs and why they are better by far than essential oils. Bring your questions about sinus infections, bronchitis, laryngitis, pneumonia. A great class for beginners with plenty to excite more experienced folk.


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This day-long workshop is taught by Susun Weed at the Wise Woman Center in Woodstock NY. Class is from 10 am to 5pm; you will be given directions once you register. Each one-day workshop with Susun Weed at the Wise Woman Center includes talking stick ceremony, a weed walk, wild-food lunch, and instruction.

At each workshop we will identify, harvest, and use local plants for food and medicine.
Registration Fee: $75.

Women can join us for a moon lodge on the Friday of each of these weekends.

Overnight lodging for Friday and Saturday nights is available nearby.

REGISTRATION POLICY: Once you register we will send you a map and further details.

REFUND POLICY: If you cancel more than two weeks (15 days or more) before the workshop, we are able to offer you a full refund minus a $25 office fee. If you cancel within two weeks (14 days or less) of the workshop, we will be happy to apply your payment (minus a $25 office fee) to any other class at the Wise Woman Center. No show; no refund; non-negotiable. You may transfer your payment to another person at any time, no extra charge.

CONTACT US: Wise Woman Center PO Box 64 Woodstock NY 12498


Join me for Work/Learn Days in 2016:

Work weekends:

April 16-17: Work-exchange Weekend
May 7-8: Mother’s Day Work-exchange Weekend
May 28-30: Memorial Day Work-exchange Weekend
June 18-19: Fathers day Work-exchange Weekend
July 2-4: Independence Day Work-exchange Weekend
Aug 13-14: Work-exchange Weekend
Oct. 8-9: Work-exchange Weekend
Oct 29-30: Halloween Work-exchange Weekend
Nov 5-6: Work-exchange Weekend
Dec (tba): Work-exchange Weekend



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Susun's away from home schedule 2016

Contact individual sponsors for further information and registration details

March 3-6: Medicines from the Edge,
March 12: Master Gardener Symposium, Manchester, NH,; 603-796-2654
March 17-21: Indigenous Peace Cultures, Torino, Italy,
April 5-7: Ozark Mt. Transformation Conference,
May 15: Wise Woman Walk, Kensington, CT,
June 3-5: Midwest Women's Herbal Conference,
July 16-17: Paganfest, Canada, website
July 30: Mirabai, Weed Walk, Woodstock, NY, - website
August 26-28: New England Womens Herbal conference,
Sept 9-11: Goddess Fest in the Redwoods with Z Budapest,
Sept 30-Oct 2: Wild Wise Woman Conference, Kansas,, Email:
Oct 22: Happy Knees workshop at Mirabai, Woodstock, NY,
Oct 29: Women's Health Symposium, Stone ridge, NY,
Nov 11 - 27: Australia, Anique Radiant Heart - website:
January 2017: Costa Rica Healing Adventure with Susun -

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Healing Intensives for Women
with Susun Weed

these intensives are at the Wise Woman Center, Woodstock, NY

“Thank you for creating a place where women are challenged to know and share our deepest selves, our dearest dreams.”

Thurs-Sun/ July 7 - 10, 2016

Reweave yourself in wholeness. Learn healing plants. Share sister spirit. Be initiated as a green witch.
4 days, 3 nights: $600. $100 deposit.

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For women aged 14 and older
August 15 - 21, 2016

A one-week apprenticeship for aspiring shamanic herbalists who want to learn from and play with the Green Goddess. And for past apprentices to share their wisdom and knowledge.
Class size limited

click here for more details and to register for the green goddess week...
The cost of this one-week apprenticeship is $1300.


susun weed travel schedule “To think I almost didn’t come to the Green Goddess Apprentice week.
You changed my life.” Green Blessings, Cindy

Register by mail: Susun Weed PO Box 64 Woodstock NY 12498
Register online:

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Correspondence Courses

I offer four Correspondence Courses, each suitable for beginning, intermediate, and advanced students. All courses are multicultural. Most students complete in 13-15 months, but there is no time limit. The course cost is the same for all students, regardless of where they live; international students are welcome!! Learn about my newest course -- ABC of Herbalism, click here to learn more about this correspondence course -- Study 52 herbs with Susun Weed.

Green Witch course helps you develop personal power in relationship to plants and the planet. You'll prepare an herbal first-aid kit, encounter your Goddess archetype, work with your menstrual/ menopausal energies, create rituals, and learn Wise Woman ways of living and healing. Includes 26 projects, books, tapes, talk time, gifts, more. Total cost $450

Spirit & Practice of the Wise Woman Tradition course helps you help yourself, your family, and others with the Three Traditions of Healing (Wise Woman, Heroic, Scientific) and the Seven Medicines (Serenity, Story, Energy, Lifestyle, Herbal/Alternative, Drugs, and Hi-Tech Medicine). Includes 26 projects, books, tapes, more. Total cost $450

Green Allies course teaches you all the basics, plus advanced workings, of herbal medicine. As you focus on one plant of your choice, you will learn the language of plants, connect with plant spirits (fairies, devas), make medicines, and discover the deep magic of plant give aways. Includes 26 projects, field guide, books, tapes, talk time, more. Total cost $450

ABC herbalism correspondence courseABC of Herbalism is a double-length course that guides you in the wise use of 52 herbs. You'll make teas, infusions, tinctures, vinegars, oils, honeys, poultices, soups, and beauty aids. Learn how to use herbs to build powerful immunity, boost nutrition, increase energy, and help ease problems of menopause, menstruation, asthma, allergies, cancer, headaches, heart disease, obesity, sleep problems, more. Develop a relationship with a green ally. Includes 52 projects, herbals, books, tapes, talk time, more. Total cost $550

Click here for lots more information about Correspondence Courses

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Shamanic Apprenticeships

Live-in shamanic apprentices join Susun's active, eventful life at Laughing Rock farm, learning as they work and play with the plants and animals. The program is intense: physically, emotionally, mentally.

If you just want a nice place in the country to study herbs, this is not it. But if you want to nourish your wholeness, to increase your wisdom as well as your knowledge, and to help reweave the healing cloak of the Ancients, then please read further.

Wise Woman Herbal Apprenticeship - Open to all

A live-out apprentice group limited to eight students. Begin April 19 with a special weekend for you, including a private tarot reading. After attending fifteen one-day classes, graduate (optional initiation) Nov 14. Books, meals, camping, all materials included. Fee: $1300. (Work options available.)

“The strength I developed as an apprentice is rare in the world; it sustains me.”

“I can’t believe how much I learned in one week!”

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Green Goddess Apprentice Week
for Women Only
Mon-Sun /August 15 - 21, 2016

Gather green allies, explore botany and plant spirit medicine, make remedies to take home, attend a moon lodge, learn yoga, find your Goddess archetype and your spirit shield, be initiated in a magical ceremony.
7 days, 6 nights, all supplies: $1300. (Work options available.)

All Green Goddess Apprentices must be paid in full by June 15, 2014.

“You are a wonderful teacher, with a skill for explaining things in a down-to-earth way that makes it easy to take the information and run with it, use it, live it."

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Live-In Herbal Apprenticeships - For Women Only

Live with me for 6-13+ weeks as a Shamanic Herbal Apprentice.
You'll deepen with herbal medicines, spirit healing, green allies, Goddesses, consultations, trances, ceremonies, sisters, songs, tai chi, yoga, and surprises. Work exchange required.
Or live with me for 2+ weeks as a Simple Herbal Apprentice.

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Shamanic Herbal Apprenticeships 2016 - For Women Only
April 19: Shamanic Herbal Apprenticeship, Spring Group begins
May 17: Shamanic Herbal Apprenticeship, Early Summer Group begins
June 21: Shamanic Herbal Apprenticeship, Mid-Summer Group begins
Sept 13: Shamanic Herbal Apprenticeship, Autumn Group begins


“The Wise Woman Center is an incredible space for learning and growing:
the women are magnificent, the food stupendous, and the lessons continue to unfold.”


Click here for lots more information about Apprenticeships




"You are one of the few women in my life that I consider a way shower -- an example of my life-long quest -- learning to love myself. . . . Celebrate with me! I stood up for myself with the fierceness that I would use to protect my children -- without guilt."
Barbara ~ from a letter dated October 2002 (Barbara apprenticed in 1992 for two weeks)


"Exposure to the sun can burn my skin and hurt something wicked if I am unconscious and impatient and proud. But the sun's warmth and light nourishes me and fills me with energy and a clear vision of my path when I am conscious and respect Her boundaries. The sun's power is unquestionable, undeniable, and yet sort of invisible, important as breath. I will never forget to keep the 'sun' in Susun. Thank you for the exposure!"
Abbi ~ from a letter dated November 2002 (Abbi apprenticed in 2002 for 13 weeks)

"The days I spent apprenticing are unforgettable. Memories, daily tasks, objects, songs -- so many things remind me of those few weeks. Thanks for every word, thought, and hand you shared with me. And thanks to all the sisters I met during my stay. I think often of you and the generous energy that surrounds your house." Suzanne ~ from a letter dated January 2000 (Suzanne apprenticed in 1999 for 4 weeks)

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Susun S. Weed's Curriculum Vitae


Ms Weed is included in Who's Who of Intellectuals and Outstanding People of the 20th Century. Her five books -- which have won awards such as "Best Health Book of 2003" -- and her appearances -- worldwide -- have helped millions of women attain better health and become more powerful in themselves.

Ms Weed has no diplomas of any kind, having left high school in her junior year to pursue mathematics and artificial intelligence at UCLA, and having left there in her junior year to pursue life. She began studying her study of herbal medicine fifty years ago in 1965.

Her areas of focus are: folkloric herbalism, eco-herbalism, ethnobotany, pharmacognosy, philosophy and psychology of healing, comparative religion, and women's health/spirituality. She is especially interested in altered states of consciousness as they pertain to learning, healing, birthing, and dying; and the roles of plants in these states.

Ms. Weed has five best-selling books in print:
Wise Woman Herbal for the Childbearing Year
Healing Wise, the Big Green Herbal
New Menopausal Years, The Wise Woman Way
Breast Cancer? Breast Health! The Wise Woman Way
Down There: Sexual and Reproductive Health the Wise Woman Way
Her work has been translated into German, French, Dutch, Japanese, and Spanish.

Ms. Weed has published in peer-reviewed journals (Journal of Nurse-Midwifery), and writes regular columns for SageWoman (print magazine), Herbal Healer, and Aspire (online magazines).
She hosts three radio shows, including one of five year's duration at
Ms. Weed is a contributor to the Textbook of Botanical Medicine for Women (menopause), and the Routledge Encyclopedia of Women's Studies (herbalism, menopause, and nutrition).

She sits on many advisory boards such as the Oregon Menopause Project, Women of Wisdom Foundation, and Weston A. Price Wise Traditions Foundation. She's been on numerous radio and tv shows including Fresh Air Radio, National Public Radio, NBC News, ABC Nightline News, Prescription for Health, Ask the Family Doctor, Wisdom Channel, and America's Talking.

Susun S. Weed has instructed students at venues such as: Yale Nurse Midwifery School, State University of New York (Scholar-in-residence), Benedictine Hospital, Vassar Brothers Hospital, Northern Dutchess Hospital, Conn. Inst. for Herbal Studies, California School of Herbal Studies, New York Open Center, Rocky Mountain Center for Botanical Studies, Florida School of Midwifery, American College of Nurse Midwives, University of Rhode Island, Uni. of Medicine and Dentistry in New Jersey, Interface Institute, Sufi Order Healing School, Heart of the Goddess Center, John Bastyr Naturopathic College, Reeves-Reed Arboretum, Blazing Star Herbal School, Natural Healing Institute, Rowe Confrence Center, and Self Heal Herbal Center.

She has also trained health-care professionals abroad at such prestigious schools as: The Kosmos/Amsterdam, Waikato College of Herbal Studies/New Zealand, Weg der Mitte/Berlin, Brustgesundheit Centrum/Germany, and Australasian Herbal College/Australia.

During the past decade Weed has been a featured teacher at: Green Nations Gathering, International Herb Symposium, Women's Herbal Conferences, American Herbalist's Guild conferences, Bioneers, HerbFest, Women's Botanical Medicine Conference, Pacific Northwest Herbal Symposium, Midwifery Today Conferences, Midwives Association of North America (MANA) conferences, American Wholistic Veterinarian Association meeting, and the Association of Perinatal Naturopathic Doctors conference.

Susun Weed is the founder of the Wise Woman Center (near Woodstock NY) and the Wise Woman University (online). She is the voice of the Wise Woman Tradition, which nourishes the wholeness of the unique individual.

Weed believes that herbal medicine is people's medicine and has devoted her life to reweaving the healing cloak of the Ancients. She is credited with first calling her work complementary medicine and continues to pioneer the concepts of integrative medicine, the medicine of the future.

Ms. Weed is an initiated member of the Wolf Clan and has been elected as a Peace Elder. Her encyclopedic knowledge, joyous spirit, dynamic personality, and information-rich website have made her a renowned voice in the herbal renaissance.
Ms. Weed's oeuvre is archived at the Lloyd Library in Ohio.

SUSUN WEED PO Box 64, Woodstock NY 12498

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Advice for You

Disclaimer: This information is shared with the understanding that you accept responsibility for your own health and well-being. The results of any treatment can not always be anticipated and never guaranteed. Consult your inner guidance, knowledgeable friends, and trained healers in addition to the writings here.

Below you will find a sampling of past questions and answers:

January 2002

Sheep sorrel and nursing is it safe?
Oatstraw infusion increases sexual desire
So you want to study herbal medicine?
Six steps of healing for bladder kidney health
Flax seed oil goes rancid in five minutes!
Soy products should be avoided
Witch hazel eases hemorrhoid swelling
Comfrey leaves no problem; comfrey root, watch out
Low-fat diet can be causing sporadic periods
Our grandmothers had kids into their fifties!
Echinacea and yarrow help for bacterial vaginitis
Hysterectomy does not mean you need to take hormones

December 2001

Avoid Echinacea on a daily basis
The "disease" Candida is a myth
Rosecea - use burdock, yarrow, or aloe vera gel
Infusions or tinctures? There are differences..
Increase your bone mass naturally - not with Fosomax
Wise Woman Ways for You - nourishing our own unique wholeness
Wild Yam Cream does nothing - don't buy the hype
Ten tips for women with PMS - and why to avoid supplements
Does wild yam tincture work? It depends on your body...
Avoid using sheep sorrel while nursing - it's dangerous!
The path to success is strewn with failure

November 2001

Bones Need High-Quality Fats
Infusion of Raspberry leaf - uterine tonic
Orgasms increase fertility!
Hypericum perforatum is the herb for herpes
Hot flashes are healthy!
Recipe for Brewing Infusion of Red Clover
Initiating Delayed Labor Naturally

October 2001

Seaweed helps to remove heavy metals
Nettle strengthens the kidneys, adrenals, and liver
Nourishing Herbal Infusions rather than estrogen and progesterone
Motherwort tincture to lower blood pressure
Use Wild Yam or Vitex to increase fertility
Red Raspberry strengthens uterus and prevents miscarriages
Red Clover, Nettle, and lots of lentils boost phytoestrogens and reduce cancer risk
Thank you for the blessing of your books - from childbearing to menopause - Beth

September 2001

Use Burdock for a healthy cervix!
Yellow Dock root is an excellent iron tonic...
Motherwort tincture for a healthy heart...
Menopause and Heart Palpitations?

August 2001

Cayenne and Flooding

Join Susun Weed on blogtalkradio, Tuesday nights 7:30-9:30 pm EST.
Call in with your questions 1-646-929-2463 or email ahead of time to

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NOTE: It is helpful if you have read Susun's article and books before calling her, as you will find answers to your preliminary question there and so Susun will be able to help you with more indepth questions you may have.

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