Herbalism

Echinacea FlowerKim Easton is a Certified Clinical Herbal Practitioner has been trained in the 15 Systems of the Body, and their Bio-chemical deficiencies or excess.    Herbs too, are Energy Medicine.  As an example of the power of herbs; an Herbalist can recommend the best quality and quantity of Ginger, wherein one can expect to clean and clear energy meridians and chakras of energy debris.

  • All herbs recommended by a CCHP meet Clinical EN or NPN criteria, recently enforced by Government agencies. (October, 2011.)
  • The entire body is mapped out in the Iris, from skin, lymph and bloodstream, muscle, skeletal, circulatory, nerves, bowel, colon, stomach and even the soul.  Herbalism goes hand-in-hand with Iridology. See… Iridology, the study of the Iris, revealing tissue damage and the recommended steps for repair. 
  • Herbalism includes North American Herbs for Super Healing, Tonics, Chinese Chi Herbs, and Shamanic practice.  Herbalism does not support or encourage Herbal remedies for anything other than cleansing, rebalancing and repairing the body.  (It is not necessarily about psychedelics, though ayahuasca is an herb, it is only recommended under Doctor or Shaman supervision/guidance.)
  • Herbs are associated with Super Foods for the anti-oxidant properties, and nutritional balance offered.  Herbs are charged molecules for your beneficial consumption. 
  • Herbs are biochemical in nature.  They are bio-available, and readily absorbed into our being, and help make a person whole once again, by adding what is needed back into their system.
  • Biochemical means it arrives to you in food form.  Natural Herbs are foods.  Though they may not always appear to be what you may recognize as FOOD.  The Bio-chemical is edible because the vitamins and minerals have been made water and fibre soluble via plantlife.  The plant has done the work via the mother earth’s Foodchain.
  • Herbalism  involves differentiating which parts of the plant to use for the energy medicine within.  The root, stem, leaf or entire plant have been long studied, and great knowledge and respect for all herbs goes into reputable supplements.
  • Chemical elements are not FOODS.  They are not well absorbed, and much goes through with little absorption.  Chemical elements make up the majority of Prescriptions and over the counter supplements.   Pharmaceuticals often have one ingredient derived from nature, but the whole purpose of prescriptions is to patent…and one cannot patent Echinacea, the plant and its complex bio-chemicals.
  • The pharmacy is chock full of products that are cheap, and misleadingly “natural”, though there has been more acceptance of natural ingredients of late.  But in most cases, unless derived from a food source, these are not biochemical in nature. 
  • Bio-availability is paramount in repairing the body.  Repair works from the inside-out, and from the head-down, in the reverse order as the symptoms first appeared. 
  • Herbal and Vitamin Stores can be overwhelming.    It is best to seek counsel of an Herbalist, Kinesiology/Muscle Testing or Iridologist, have an assessment, and follow a gradual program, beginning with cleansing, then repair.  Do yourself a favour, you are worth the small investment. 
  • While people reach for cheaper brands, you will never find these in the Naturopath or Iridologists clinic, nor at the Doctor’s.  You will only find the best quality and energy laden herbs via a professional.  You DO get what you pay for!

However…

  • North American Herbs can be wild harvested, with a keen trained eye.  This form is FREE and powerfully charged, coming up from the ground.  Horsetail is one of the most versatile herbs, and grows readily in Ontario forests.  Be sure to consult more than one source to be certain of the plant’s identity, medicinal properties and the historical preparations recommended.  Never eat a wild harvested plant until certain what it is.  An Herbalist can get you on the right path.

Kim Easton is a Certified Clinical Herbal Practitioner has been trained in the 15 Systems of the Body, and their Bio-chemical deficiencies or excess.  She holds her CCHP with the Canadian Institute of Natural Health.

The 15 Systems of the Body are broken down as follows:

  • GinsengThe Energy System,
  • The Digestive System,
  • The Intestinal System,
  • The Nervous System,
  • The Glandular System,
  • The Immune System,
  • The Respiratory System,
  • The Skeletal System,
  • The Connective Tissue System,
  • The Urinary System,
  • The Hepatic System,
  • The Muscular System,
  • The Circulatory System,
  • The Lymphatic System,
  • The Integumentary System.

While an Herbalist holds extensive knowledge, it is recommended to have an Iridology Assessment at the same time to determine acute conditions, and where to begin in the repairing of, and the reversal of, damaged tissue.

Living Through Healing Program:

Kim Easton can fit you in for a Whole-Life Assessment, which is recommended for the best solutions to your individual needs.  This extensive, one-on-one trusted candid service requires a minimum of three hours of your time, though best split into two appointments for retention and Q&A.  Continual support along the way is truly beneficial, like having a personal Coach.

Spring/Summer Fun!

Hire an Herbalist for a Guided Nature Walk.   Bring the family, and light the fire of knowledge on the medicines all around us, from Mother Earth herself.