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David Crow

Plant medicine pioneer, acupuncturist, Ayurvedic practitioner, & aromatherapy expert David Crow, L.Ac. In 1984, he received his diploma first from American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He is a registered acupuncturist in the state of California and a member of the National Commission for the Certification of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. For over 30 years, David has worked as a therapist, consultant, researcher, and educator. He has taught widely in the United States and Canada, as well as online internationally, for over two decades; over 6,000 students have enrolled in his online courses in the previous four years. He has traveled widely to learn about ancient medicinal systems, including researching Tibetan and Ayurvedic medicine in Nepal and India for several years. Plants That Heal, In Search of the Medicine Buddha, about his stay with traditional doctors in the Himalayas, and Sacred Smoke, about his ethnobotanical studies in Ecuador, are among his four books. He is the co-founder and owner of Floracopeia, Inc., a firm dedicated to promoting sustainable agriculture through the manufacture of essential oils, with his wife Sara Crow.
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the spiritual benefits of clary sage
the spiritual benefits of clary sage

Spiritual Benefits of Clary Sage | Fifteen hundred years ago, Padmasambhava, the Indian mystic who…

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the magical properties of lemongrass

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the strange and wonderful alchemy of agarwood

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The 10 virtues of koh (incense)

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