[meteorite-list] An Important Project Consideration -
From: Jodie Reynolds <spacerocks_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Mon, 1 Jul 2013 11:17:57 -0700
After your third or fourth night sleeping on the ground a Willow
tree** looks better than any rock.
Anyone who spends a lot of time in the field would be well-served
with at least a passing knowledge of medicinal herbalism.
**Willow bark contains Salicin, the compound eventually isolated to
create asprin as we know it today. It's useful in pain relief,
treating fevers, RA, menstrual cramps, etc. It's a good example of
Good luck with your funding, Michael C! Not in a position to be of
much assistance at the moment, but it sounds like a worthwhile
Monday, July 1, 2013, 10:57:15 AM, you wrote:
> What does this have to do with meteorites?
> On Mon, Jul 1, 2013 at 10:46 AM, michael cottingham
> <mikewren at gilanet.com> wrote:
>> I am asking family, friends, and clients to consider helping me fund this worthwhile project. I have been a practicing herbalist for over 20 years and this book, I feel is one of the most important projects I have ever done. It literally is a major contribution to world health.
>> YERBA MANSA - The Ethnobotany Of A Traditional Remedios
>> Any consideration is appreciated.
>> Thanks and Best Wishes
>> Michael Cottingham
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-- Best regards, Jodie mailto:spacerocks at spaceballoon.orgReceived on Mon 01 Jul 2013 02:17:57 PM PDT