Hello world!

Welcome to our new blog.

This Blog’s objective: to provide current information, news, testimonials and general wellness tips and strategies about the herb/plant Solomon’s Seal (not otherwise available on our website, www.solomonsseal.net). We also encourage the visitor to share comments, questions and experiences about the use of Solomon’s Seal as related to varying health conditions.

Solomon’s Seal (Polygonatum biflorum) is a medicinal herb that has diverse healing properties.
It has been used as a herbal tincture (best use), salve, tea or supplement for thousands of years. As an alternative medicine, it gives relief, healing or mending to sports injuries and other acute injuries related to tendons, joints, ligaments, bones, bruises, connecting tissues, cartilage, osteoarthritis, aging, etc. It also soothes and repairs gastrointestinal inflammation and injuries. It is effective for feminine issues, such as menstrual cramps, PMS, bleeding, and the like. Additionally, it is known to lower blood pressure, relieve dry coughs, and to increase concentration and mental clarity.

Our website (www.solomonsseal.net) offers detailed medicinal/healing and cultivation/identification information, testimonials & products in hope to create a more thorough and practical body of knowledge about Solomon’s Seal for individuals, health care professionals, sports enthusiasts, musicians, dancers, gardeners, the elderly or disabled, among many other active people.

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About C. Forrest McDowell, PhD

I am blessed to be a co-steward for over 30 years of the beautiful 22-acre Cortesia Sanctuary outside Eugene, Oregon, with my partner, Tricia Clark-McDowell. My lifelong interests in wellness care, psychology, nature, music composition & performance, writing, and meditation fuel my celebration for life. My form of service is founded upon the elemental practice of kindness and reverence for life. Of course, to understand the value of deep respect for life, we also have to accept irreverence as part of human nature and to know that it can be very disruptive and destructive to peace, safety, beauty, joy and love.

One thought on “Hello world!

  1. I used the cream on my knee last night and had no pain all night! I have taken the tincture and put on the cream this morning. Thank you for all this information. It must have taken a lot of work. May God bless you and all whom you love.
    Adelia Contreras


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