GROW: The Book
Good morning! Rosalee will be coming on soon. You know, I've found bitters to be the 'go to' for when I have any kind of stomach/digestion troubles...
I am trying to sign up for your newsletter to receive the recipes you mention above, but it is refusing my email address saying that I "cannot use that email address". Could you please help? I'd love to receive this! Thank you!
I love Rosalee and have followed her for years, even though I can't afford her classes. Great presentation as always, with one caveat: her consistent mispronunciation of TURMERIC as TUMERIC - even though it was spelled correctly on screen.
Marjory, PLEASE tell Rosalee she's pronouncing it wrong!
Dawn, Are you sure you didn't accidentally type a comma instead of a period before the domain name? I do that all the time!
Rosalee is one of my very favorite herbalists, and one that I trust explicitly. Her recipes are always good, too. Her courses are terrific.
Hi - Having worked in allopathy for 4 decades, people mis-pronounce words all the time, - so as I listened to her superb Presentation, I think her ever so slight difference of TURMERIC is Not worth any mention. -- I too can't afford her courses. BUT without a doubt Rosalee is a giving & truly wonderful person. Just my 2 cent's worth, & here's wishing you a Healthy & Delightful Autumn @[email protected] 🙂
Hi Rosalee, I loved your presentation-Graphics, so appropo. & Thank you so much for your Free e-book, which describes these 7 herbs/Recipes. Also we already take Curcumin w/ Bioperine daily. (After the forced 'smart'-meter halved ! my hearing), upping the Curcumin x8, in like 10 days my acute hearing was totally Restored, Yeah! - Too, am going to plant Turmeric, & Self-heal hopefully next year. - I notice you live about 4 hrs. from us, so would love to come Visit sometime, if you would welcome this. Enjoy a Wonderfully-healthy Autumn 🙂
I love Rosalee and enjoyed this presentation and the one she made with Kami McBride!
Thanks for an informative and entertaining presentation! I never knew much about Self Heal or Skullcap, but I can see that these two herbs would be great for my constitution! I especially look forward to trying each of the recipes. Thanks again!
As always Rosalee doesn't fail to knock it out of the park as they say. She is superb in her presentation and knowledge base. I can't thank you enough for keeping her on your summits. I took her Taste of Herbs course and I have NEVER had an investment of time and money pay off as much as that did. It literally changed my life, and I was pretty happy and healthy before!!!!!!
Thank you for a wonderful presentation.
Would love to sign up for your newsletter and the recipes ut I can't find where it is on the page. Duh.
Great presentation. I was very happy to see how herbs can work on Fibromyaligia , heart diseases, and arthritis as I have all of them. Thanks for sharing your knowledge. I love Dandelions! I remember as a child in the spring my Mom would give us all a grocery brown bag and have us go out and collect the leaves. As a kid is was great to think we could go ea "weeds" we would have them in a salad or stemmed with a splash of vinegar. I hope people begin to realize just how great they are for us and the environment.
What an amazing presentation! I learned so much! I never knew that bitters were supposed to be part of one's daily diet and the benefits! Thank you for sharing this information and I really enjoyed how you presented the plants. You made it not only informative but fun as well. I will be ordering your book. :D
Love the presentation. Have seen a couple presentations by Rosalee and love her way of teaching. I signed up to get the ebook, but was wondering if this includes the downloads she mentions about the presentations?
I also have not been able to afford her courses (yet) but love the way she teaches and would love to study under her.
Thank you for the wonderful presentation!
I 'm writing to ask about reishi mushrooms, which seem to be quite safe, as you said too, but in the webmd site I 've read that "Reishi mushroom is POSSIBLY UNSAFE when taken by mouth in a powdered form for more than one month. Use of powdered reishi mushroom has been associated with toxic effects on the liver",
So, what's your take on that?
I can vouch for the benefits of chocolate. I have very mild temporal lobe epilepsy. I've been absence free for several years, fortunately, but when they occurred, I found that the best way to bring myself back round after the drained feeling post-attack was a small amount of good quality chocolate.
I've disciplined myself to include some in my diet as a preventative.