Discover how to use native plants to heal our bodies and our relationship with the natural world
Chris Kilham has made a career of bridging worlds: the world of FOX News, where he writes a weekly health column and makes regular television appearances, and the world of indigenous peoples who have perfected the use of medicinal plants to heal and enlighten. And he is OdeNow’s next guest, broadcasting live from Anaheim’s Natural Products Expo at 4:30 p.m. Pacific/7:30 p.m. Eastern this Thursday, March 8, to enlighten us on how to use the native plants that have earned him the name “medicine hunter” to heal our bodies and our relationship with the natural world.
Register to attend the March 8 event online: www.odenow.com
To give you a sense of what’s in store when Ode’s founder, Jurriaan Kamp, interviews Chris, we’ve compiled a few pieces of Chris’ wisdom, below. Enjoy!
“If you or I want to be healthy (whether it’s our digestion, our reproduction, our skin, or anything), we have to assume greater responsibility for our wellness. One of the best ways to do that is to be familiar with and to use on a regular basis, plant medicines.” —PBS Healing Quest
“People in the U.S. are more cranked up on pharmaceutical drugs than any other culture in the world today. I want people using safer medicine. And that means plant medicine.” —The New York Times
“We are destroying the world’s greatest pharmacy. It is very important that we protect the rainforest in everything that we do.” —NBC Nightly News
“(Hot plants) enhance sexual experience. They increase sensitivity and make sex more urgent. Men get better erections. Women benefit, too. Your orgasms are like Chinese New Year fireworks.” —Outsidemagazine
“You don’t have to do something exotic to enjoy the benefits of natural healing agents. So many things in your kitchen—common spices, common herbs and foods—have powerful healing agents as well.” –Fox News Health
For more, please see Ode’s Q&A with this consummate adventurer and holistic health advocate.