Exotic Herbs and uncomfortable situations they can relieve
December 15, 2017
Hosted by Dr. Mary Anne Chase
We’ve all been there. Wrong place, wrong time with an embarrassing problem that is difficult to control. Uncomfortable situations brought on by certain health problems send most of us into panic mode and can make life pretty miserable, too. Health conditions like asthma, declining prostate function and even constipation, have symptoms that are not only uncomfortable but that can strike at the wrong time when you are least prepared to deal with them. David Foreman, RPh, known as The Herbal Pharmacist, says there are some exotic herbs that can help ease these specific situations. Foreman, who started his career as a registered pharmacist and now uses his expertise in physiology, pharmacology and integrative medicine to educate consumers on cutting edge approaches to natural health and healing. “These herbs have been around for centuries, used by royalty and natives and may even be growing in your backyard!”
The Healing Whisper: A Return to Peace with host Dr. Mary Anne Chase
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This show is about learning to listen to your heart. To find those issues of the heart that can keep us stressed out and sick. You will learn about ways of healing energetically, spiritually, and physically. It’s time for learning about ways of healing beyond the prescription pills.
Dr. Mary Anne Chase
Dr. Mary Anne Chase was born and raised in a small town in Oklahoma, attended Oral Roberts University as an undergraduate and then attended dental school at the University of Colorado. She was in private practice as a general dentist for 20 years before retiring. Since retiring, she has been a health and life coach for many individuals.
Mary Anne received training as a Health Coach from Hilton Johnson in 2010 and then was trained as a Certified Healing Codes Practitioner in 2011. Dr. Mary Anne’s heart rests in the healing arts, with life issues of men and women in their mid-years, but especially with dental and medical professionals and their unique stress issues.
Mary Anne feels her greatest award is to have juggled a medical professional career, marriage and the raising of two daughters successfully. She has also received awards in public speaking from Toastmasters International. Mary Anne is also a gardener and sings with her church and a community choir.