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Taking the counsel of Hippocratesâ€”Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy foodâ€”acclaimed author David Wolfe brings the wisdom of eating herbal medicine to today's health-conscious readers. His enthusiastic fan base, which includes celebrities such as Woody Harrelson and Angela Bassett, continues to blossom as more and more people realize the healing and immunity-boosting properties of raw and medicinal foods. rnrnIn Chaga, Wolfe presents the many virtues of medicinal mushrooms, which boost immunity, stave off allergies and asthma, help fight against cancer, and generally improve core vitality. But the star of the book is chagaâ€”the king of the mushroomsâ€”which holds the greatest storehouse of medicinal properties of any mushroom species
This fascinating true story chronicles one man's journey into the mysteries of spiritual consciousness and the indigenous healing practices of four shamanistic traditions: Toltec, Cherokee, Maya, and Buddhist.
And Winter Came CD by Enya offers holiday music and Celtic vocals.
Twenty years after her landmark Watermark album, Enya's seventh studio disc, And Winter Came continues a phenomenally successful career that has included more than 70 million albums sold worldwide.
And Winter Came is an enchanting evocation of the changing landscape of winter as well as the festive cheer of the holidays. One of the most successful female artists of all-time, and second only to U2 as the biggest selling Irish artist in history, Enya brings her beguiling and ethereal music to bear on the darkest and yet most hopeful season with And Winter Came.
Fifteen years after their unprecedented release of Planet Drum, is a fresh collaboration of tranced-out grooves, elegant electronic programming and hypnotic tuned percussion.
Enlisted in this great partnership is Sikiru Adepoju, Giovanni Hidalgo, Taufiq Qureshi and others, including tribe people of Papua New Guinea and vocals by the late Babatunde Olatunji.
I feel the talismans of white shell and obsidian within the pollen bag and recall the Hozho'jii prayer which has accompanied my people through countless ages. I stand silently in the darkness, facing East.
Talisman celebrates the 25th anniversary of R. Carlos Nakai's first release, Changes, and returns to the pure, haunting sound of the Native American flute, unaccompanied by other instruments. Talisman is a continuous soundscape as Nakai alternates songs for one flute and songs for two flutes in a rich tapestry of music 'so soothing, it unwrinkles mind and soul . . .'