5 edition of American Indian Medicine found in the catalog.
|Statement||University of Oklahoma Press|
|Publishers||University of Oklahoma Press|
|LC Classifications||September 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 96 p. :|
|Number of Pages||41|
|2||Civilization of the American Indian Series|
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— Dating back to Roman times, Lavender has been used in teas,food, and medicinal remedies. — Though parts of this plant are highly toxic to livestock and humans, it has long been used as a food and medicine by Native Americans.
Should not be used by women who are or may be pregnant. — One of the oldest health foods used by man, it is mixed with food or drinks, or as a pill supplement today. Mullein A American Indian Medicine plant, it was mainly used to treat respiratory disorders. — Used in traditional herbal remedies for thousands of years. Simple and Complex Medicine Wheels A medicine wheel can also be constructed without the use of objects, simply draw out your circle with colored pencils and paper.
Licorice tea for a sore throat is a good example. The black raspberry thorns are smaller, sometimes clustered, and appear to curl in a downward arc. It has an overall rejuvenating effect on the body as it improves vitality.
Stages of life: birth, youth, adult or elder , death• One variation are the sacred animals who serve as representatives in the.
Contributors We highlight in this exhibition a sampling of medicinal plants used by Hawaiian, Alaskan, and Southwest and Upper Plains Indians medicinal experts.
I am desperate for relief.
At Native American Medicine Today: Today, the tide of medical theory has begun to swing back towards an approach that recognizes and respects every aspect of the individual, including his or her mental and spiritual states.
Feverfew: Used to this day as a natural relief for fever and headaches — including severe headaches like migraines — it also can be used for digestive problems, asthma and muscle and joint pains.