Medical Astrology

Medical astrology is just like any other holistic method of assessment, such as pulse, tongue, iridology, or even doing an interview and intake. Its synergy with herbalism has deep roots that we’re bringing back to the forefront of modern herbalism.

Medical Astrology and Herbalism: Mars

Mars is considered one of the “malefic” planets- IE one of the “bad guys.” Of course, no astrological archetype is purely evil or bad, unless we don’t work with it in a good way or have it well integrated into our constitution. Mars typically creates diseases associated with heat, what the old physiomedicalist doctors called the “excitation tissue state.” Mars is always an important point in the chart to observe, especially whenever there is an underlying pathology of heat and excess Fire Element.

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Herbal Alchemy: The Water Element

Learn how to use the Elements as a lens for classifying and using herbal remedies. The Alchemical herbal perspective involves looking at the planetary rulerships of different herbs, their organ and tissue affinities, as well as providing a sophisticated and refined way of preparing herbal medicines according to astrological influences. In this video, I reveal how the common herb Cleavers (Gallium aparine) relates to the water element, as well as Venus and the lymphatic system.

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Medical Astrology and Herbalism: Saturn

The root of our day of the week Saturday shows it’s direct reflection of the 7 planets ruling the 7 days of the week, as it used to be “Saturnday.” Here I’ll outline a few principles of this most important planet in medical astrology and herbalism.

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Medical Astrology and Herbalism: Mercury

Mercury- this astrological force represents the nature of our mind and much of our psychological temperament. The closest planet to the Sun, Mercury represents the changeable mutable qualities of our thinking, as well as our capacities with language and communication. I wanted to talk a little bit about this planet and a few of my favorite plants that it rules.

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