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Hon Priest Kailash @ Maa Maat Centre

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From childhood there were two things I was certain of: being a Rastafari and becoming a Healer. Growing up with my grandmother "Amo", harvesting fresh herbs was a day to day occurrence as the villagers always sought her assistance in alleviating their many ailments. I was always amazed that there was a herb to deal with every disease. Later on in life while attending Medical school the scientific validation of Amo's craft was forthcoming as many of the drugs created by the pharmaceutical companies had humble origins from the herbs.

After graduating from my basic science course I decided I had gained what I needed from medical school and embarked upon creating a line of herbal products through the implementation and mastery of many of the healing techniques of our ancestors. After years of dealing with and healing the sick, I learnt that there was no magic pill but rather "the path" towards attaining and maintaining wellness. Your Food Is Your Medicine And Your Medicine Your Food.

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Herbs like vervain have been used traditionally in St. Lucia to treat from worm infestation to prostate enlargement. This is a weedy annual (and sometimes perennial) herbaceous plant that grows 60–120 cm tall. It bears small reddish-purple to deep blue flowers that grow along tall bracts that are favored by butter- flies. It is indigenous to most parts of tropical America and, although some consider it a semi- invasive weed, it is sometimes cultivated as an or- namental plant for its blue flowers and deeply- serrated, dark green leaves. Vervain is widely used by people throughout the world. The leaf tea is drunk for dysentery and a de- coction of the plant to relieve stomach pains. Indig- enous peoples of Peru use the plant for diabetes and the Wayãpi and Palikur Indians in Guyana use the plant in baths to relieve colds and headaches. Other tribes in the Amazon prepare an infusion or decoc- tion of the plant to take internally for fevers (including yellow fever), allergies, stomach prob- lems, and intestinal parasites. This plant is consid- ered to stimulate and aid digestion, suppress coughs, reduce fever, expel worms, increase perspi- ration, and promote menstruation. An infusion pre- pared with the leaves or entire aerial parts is em- ployed as a stomach tonic. It stimulate the function of the gastrointestinal tract.

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