Welcome to Cortesia Solomon’s Seal


Sunbeams at Cortesia Sanctuary

The purpose of this blog is to help you understand the potential healing benefits of the plant, Solomon’s Seal. It supports the vast information on our website www.solomonsseal.net.

The featured articles, complete with illustrations and practical strategies, explore the numerous health conditions and injuries Solomon’s Seal may help. But we don’t stop there. You will also find articles about nutrition, diet, exercise and more, including topics that tap the spirit and mind.

If optimal health is a priority in your life, then perhaps this blog has a place in your life. May we suggest that you suscribe, if desired. Or, bookmark this blog and our website. Visit our Facebook page for the latest news. Rate a favorite article, or offer a comment. If you desire to purchase any products, there are links readily available to our website store.

The blessings of health to you, always.

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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.

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