Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” ~ Hippocrates
This famous quote is often overlooked in our modern time. We tend to easily forget that “you really are what you eat.” For example, our domesticated partner, the horse, is not only exposed to increasing toxins in our environment, but is also fed less-than-ideal food. “What you feed your horse, she becomes” is a critical concept to grasp.
Most people are confused about herbs. However, herbs are not only a medicine, they’re also an excellent food source – depending on the herb. For example, some herbs are intended for short-term use while others are tonic in nature, meaning you can use them for long periods of time. This creates a positive, cumulative effect on the body that promotes health.
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