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Working with Lyme and Ticks – A Holistic Herbal Perspective (Online Webinar)

Join Dan for an in depth look at one of the most controversy all medical issues and what herbalism and a holistic perspective can teach us about ticks and lyme In this class, then will be sharing about helpful herbs, dietary, and environmental factors which will empower students to create an awareness best nature practice as they enjoy the wild.

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Working Herbally with Lyme @ The Ark

Here is the recording of the “Working Herbally with Lyme” class taught by Dan. In it, he discusses the micro and macrocosm relations to Lyme as a “dis-ease” and what the proliferation of ticks, individually and ecologically expresses within “parasitism” as a healing … Continue reading

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New Podcast Interview on Lyme Ninja Radio

Heres a new podcast interview on Lyme Ninja Radio with Dan in which he discusses herbal remedies for lyme, living outside, and tick awareness… #55: Survivalist, Naturalist, Herbalist Dan De Lion On Surviving Lyme Naturally Check out more links on … Continue reading

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Teasel Magic and Lyme Spirochetes

Teasel, (Dipsacus spp.) is truly a magical root in the Dipsacacea family. Work with this plant goes back countless generations, as it has always been revered as a medicinal plant. There are many stories about it’s place in folklore as a powerful magic plant.

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Video on checking for ticks while outside…

Heres a video on checking for ticks, a huge topic for me as a wildcrafter in NJ. Hopefully this will give you some tips on awareness as to when to look, where to look, and how to stay diligent in … Continue reading

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