Creating a midwife garden, and sharing the plants with your clients, is a wonderful way to promote health naturally and to aid the body in nourishment and healing. Learn about some of the plants to be included.
About Author: Janice Marsh-Prelesnik
Janice Marsh-Prelesnik has practiced and taught traditional midwifery, massage therapy and herbalism since 1981. She has four homebirthed, homeschooled children and lives in rural southwest Michigan near Kalamazoo. Janice loves to watch her students grow, develop their intuition and integrate midwifery and the natural healing arts into their lifestyles. During the summertime Janice can be found in her organic gardens preparing herbal remedies for her business, Granny Janny Herbs.
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