This year at the Southeastern Women’s Herbal Conference, I will be teaching stone medicine for the 5th year in a row! I will be offering my 3rd ever intensive as well as a regular 1.5 hour class (which I will teach two times).
The intensive is 3 hours long and will be held Friday morning. The title . . . → Read More: Stone classes Sarah will be teaching at this years Herbal Conference
Think of that song –
I wanna know what love iisssss….I want you to showww meeeee…
The answer is: Love is giving these qi balls. To yourself or someone near you.
These qi balls are the most efficient way to take adaptogens. (Adaptogens are a group of herbs that raise your threshold for stress. If you don’t know much . . . → Read More: Easy way to make medicinal qi balls. Ingredients: cacao, honey, siberian ginseng (eleuthero), ashwaganda, maca and cinnamon
Recently a patient sent me this study from today’s British Medical Journal. Acupuncturists love to open the dai mai (die my) and chong mai (chong my) meridians before an IVF procedure to help the meridians better receive the implantation. Much like cleaning and removing debris from a river before putting a sailboat into it to float . . . → Read More: Acupuncture may help increase IVF success rates by up to 65%
Hello, stone-interested people. I have been asked a lot lately about what the intensive this Fall at the conference will cover. Spending a few extra bucks on an intensive can be a big decision when there are other things to choose from. And…. at this point, the sea of ‘stonalists’ is wider and deeper than ever . . . → Read More: A short post about my upcoming stone medicine intensive at the herbal conference
This is a short explanation of adrenal fatigue as I understand it. There is controversy around this term. Some doctors believe there is no such thing as adrenal fatigue. That depends on the definition of it. As a student and clinician of functional medicine, I believe that adrenal fatigue is simply determined by your levels of . . . → Read More: What 25% of my patients have in common
What is 5-Element Acupuncture? I added a new page for this on the site! It’s about time! Below is the article that inspired me to do it. I have never read such a clear and simple review of the art.
As one of the very few 5-element acupuncturists in Asheville, I would like to . . . → Read More: What is 5-Element Acupuncture?
Winter is the perfect time to dig in Georgia. My first trip to Jackson Crossroads was super fun and we found a lot of amethyst. This hole in the ground is about the size of a high school football stadium. Hunters first found amethyst here. Then, when the area was burned and re-planted, tons of amethyst . . . → Read More: Amethyst Harvest at Jackson Crossroads, GA
At the SEWHC last weekend, I spoke about Azeztulite. This stone has a story behind it. Apparently angels activated this common NC quartz with a very high vibration. As I was telling the story, pictures were taken. Perhaps we had visitors???? See the rainbows?
-Sarah . . . → Read More: Azeztulite Buddies
On Saturday, August 30th, we will trek back into the Blue Ridge Mountains in search of our local aquamarine and mica.
Secure your spot by sending a *non-refundable payment by check or cash to my acupuncture office:
138 Charlotte Street, Suite 200
Asheville, NC 28801
(Make checks out to “Clarity”)
Indicate along with your payment:
Names . . . → Read More: August Aquamarine and Mica Expedition
June 1st forward, please come to 138 Charlotte Street, Suite 200, Asheville, NC 28801. This is in the UBS Building, right by Fuddruckers and Two Guys Hoagies. See you there,
Sarah . . . → Read More: New Address as of June 1