Herbal medicines. Dirt magic. Modern meditations.
I wasn’t sure whether to write about this, since it’s not so much about me, but I talked to Sam about it and she told me I should. She reminded me that it’s as much a part of my story as it is a part of hers. It’s definitely a major part of what brought […]
OK…I know…I’m a little late to the game, but it’s the 2nd of December when I’m starting to write this… Besides, I just this morning learned that yesterday was World AIDS day. I haven’t had a lot of exposure to the effects of HIV or AIDS. In fact, that I know of, I’ve only known […]
I hesitated to make this the first herb in this series, due to the amount of controversy that surrounds it. Although it’s an extremely helpful plant to many, some have definitely used it (and marketed it) as a recreational drug. Over the past few years, it has found its way onto the radar of the […]
Crossroads Pharmacopoeia will be a series of posts where each one will be dedicated to a specific herb with which I have direct working experience. Some will be herbs that are on the regular rotation (i.e., the things we use every day or nearly so), while others will be herbs that I’ve used occasionally to […]
This is to be the first in a series of posts about Lyme Disease, my own journey with it, and how I’m treating it. In this post, I will cover my own diagnosis and some interesting facts, figures and research info. Hi. My name is Tom and I have Lyme Disease, and it sucks. […]
It seems everybody wants to save the world, these days. I say, save yourself, first. When you’re on an airplane, they always tell you, should that little plastic oxygen mask drop down, you should put yours on, first, then help your kids or gramma sitting next to you. This applies to the broader scope of […]