Wellness Classes

Get your health back on track. Last Saturday of every month from 1-3 pm.  Cost: $15.00 March – Eating  4 Health Get Your Ticket Here – Eventbrite Confused by all the conflicting nutrition information in the media? Want to know once and for all how to regain read...
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Plant Intelligence – A Philosophical Discourse on Cognitive Awareness in Plants

PLANT INTELLIGENCE A GARDEN CHAT Dr jillian stansbury “A system is cognitive if and only if sensory inputs serve to trigger actions in a specific way….”  From an article on Artificial Life, Polytechnic Institute, Massachussets   Meanderings on Phytophenomenology Higher plants represent about 99% of the eukaryotic biomass of the planet. Plants are certainly successful as a life form, which itself...
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HIBISCUS AND VASCULAR HEALTH – Research Summary

HIBISCUS AND VASCULAR HEALTH © Dr Jillian Stansbury High flavinol plants have been discussed in the herbal literature for several decades now, with an emphasis on broad anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory activity combined with virtually no toxicity and an overall nutritive quality. The research on antioxidant and inflammatory activity will not be presented here as these activities have been well...
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BETTER THAN BOTOX – Herbs for Skin Rejuvenation

BETTER THAN BOTOX © Jillian E Stansbury Perhaps because people liver longer and wrinkles and aged faces have more of a social impact, or perhaps because of a psychological ailment affecting the culture, there is more and more emergence of anti-aging as a science. Real and earnest research into how the skin ages and what can prevent and remedy it is turning this branch of medicine into an actual...
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THE APIACEAE FAMILY – Medicinal Plant Research Summary

THE APIACIAE (UMBELL) FAMILY ©  Jillian Stansbury ND The Apiaceae Family (Formerly Ubellifereae Family) includes over 300 genera and over 3,000 species. The family is most abundant in the northern hemisphere, though can be found worldwide. The common carrot, Daucus carota, subspecies sativus is probably the most well known, most widely cultivated and most important Apiacea species economically,...
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