Author/Teacher Susun Weed

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Re: Author/Teacher Susun Weed

Postby Wise Woman » Mon Dec 05, 2011 9:37 pm

Hi Susun,

I am reading your book right now for my herbalism class taught by Sage Maurer in Brattleboro, VT. I just saw you on the Casbah friends list and would love to be connected. My herbalism journey is just beginning and I hope to come across you and more of your teachings one of these days. Maybe at the New England Womans Herbalism Conference.

Love and Blessings to you.
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Re: Author/Teacher Susun Weed

Postby Wise Woman » Wed Dec 21, 2011 8:33 pm

Susun weed,

You are one of my heroes! Thanks so much
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Re: Author/Teacher Susun Weed

Postby Wise Woman » Wed Jan 25, 2012 7:31 pm

Hi,

I just needed to say your illustrations are extraordinary!
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Re: Author/Teacher Susun Weed

Postby Wise Woman » Fri Feb 24, 2012 6:34 pm

Hi,

I have learned a lot on how to eat and take care of my self using healthy natural methods and, in the end, I saved my womb. It’s great to know individuals like Susun Weed and Charoula who are willing to share their knowledge. You are all a blessing!

Blessings and peace...
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Re: Author/Teacher Susun Weed

Postby Wise Woman » Wed Feb 29, 2012 3:19 pm

Dear Susun,

I went through your site and find it really fascinating the way you are working with herbs…
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Re: Author/Teacher Susun Weed

Postby Wise Woman » Wed Mar 07, 2012 3:35 pm

Dear Susun,

I just read your article, Herbal Vinegars: Aromatic Delights From Your Garden, at Botanical.com.

I wanted to take a moment to thank you for not only teaching me, and sharing your knowledge--but also for inspiring me, and making it sound romantic and simple.

I have found myself enchanted by the garden the past several years, and have planted and tended several aromatic herbs. As I was pondering this evening, how to make valuable use of nature's bounty prior to the frost, I read your article and was engrossed.

Also, I will try to remember to plant yellow dock when we plant an apple tree in our yard.

Anyway, thank you for taking me for a walk through your garden. I appreciate it.

With Gratitude
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Re: Author/Teacher Susun Weed

Postby Wise Woman » Sat Mar 24, 2012 7:10 pm

I originally injured my pubic symphysis with the birth of my first child. It felt like my bones were splitting apart and I was sore for about 6 months afterwards.

With my second pregnancy 4 years later, I was running to catch a bus at 34 weeks and really tore the same spot. I could not move for two weeks at which time the pain was manageable. I was able to give birth vaginally at home in a birth pool.

With this my third pregnancy I was afraid because of my previous experiences and was being extra careful in a precautionary sort of way. By 18 weeks I was in terrible pain, could not walk or stand for more than 20 minutes at a time, had awful pain turning in bed, could not stand on one leg, had difficulty lifting my leg to get in the shower, etc.

The great herbalist Susun Weed recommended (about 3 weeks ago) Teasel tincture, which is for "internal tears that are hard to get at," and comfrey infusion (the other name for Comfrey is Knit Bone). Within 3 days of taking the Teasel (15 drops 3x a day) I started seeing improvement. Now I am 31 weeks and feeling almost no pain at all and can move more quickly and efficiently than I could at 18 weeks when the baby was so much smaller. I am amazed and thrilled that these remedies are working so incredibly well and thought that other women should know about them.
… Common Ground Fair in Maine.
http://www.mofga.org/

I have tried to get them to get Susun as a guest speaker because I have seen her many times and cannot begin to say what she makes a person feel like leaving her class. Her energy and love for her cause is so refreshing.

Again I thank her and all on her team,
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Re: Author/Teacher Susun Weed

Postby Wise Woman » Sat Mar 31, 2012 8:04 pm

I found your site and I see what your believe in and I am so happy! I want to learn what I can about being healthy and doing it naturally. I love what you do and I can't wait to read your books too!...

I truly hope we can be friends Susun!
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Re: Author/Teacher Susun Weed

Postby Wise Woman » Tue Apr 10, 2012 7:51 pm

I am one of Jackie Rushton's former students. Someday I hope to get the opportunity to be your student as well.
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Re: Author/Teacher Susun Weed

Postby Wise Woman » Fri Apr 20, 2012 9:17 pm

Thank you Susun for the wisdom and knowledge you brought.

I am studying herbalism in Montreal right now in a school created by one of your student ....I will honor this precious knowledge and pass it on when it's my turn.

Hope to meet you some day!
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Re: Author/Teacher Susun Weed

Postby Wise Woman » Wed May 09, 2012 3:02 pm

Hi,

I just want to thank you for sharing your knowledge of herbs and health.
Your books helped strengthen me through two unassisted pregnancies and
births, (and postpartum times!), and also during a time when I had found a
lump under my arm.
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Re: Author/Teacher Susun Weed

Postby Wise Woman » Tue May 29, 2012 2:34 pm

Hello,

I was reading your: Optimum Nutrition: Cooked or Raw?
at explorewomanhood.com … I found most of your aricle quite fascinating…

I liked your discussion of raw vs cooked, good …
… I'm glad you wrote the article…

Thanks...
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Re: Author/Teacher Susun Weed

Postby Wise Woman » Wed Jun 06, 2012 1:25 pm

Dear Susun -

I have read many of your books. I have been on a fertility journey and have
been pulled in so many different directions. I started out following your
simple and wonderful advice, now I feel like I've gotten myself very
separated from what felt right and best for my body and spirit.

… You have been an inspiration for so long…it would be wonderful to meet you.
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Re: Author/Teacher Susun Weed

Postby Wise Woman » Wed Jun 13, 2012 1:14 pm

I have read all your stuff, and you are a very interesting lady, & I enjoy your website…

Thank you & God Bless
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Re: Author/Teacher Susun Weed

Postby Wise Woman » Wed Jun 27, 2012 1:53 pm

The synchronicity of web surfing brought me to your site.......I
wish I lived close by to be an apprentice, and a friend.

Namaste
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